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You can try the wakelock detector app which will tell you the application which is restricting the phone from going to sleep and lock mode. Unfortunately it did not work for me since my kitkat version required the ROOT permission. I fixed it by going to "Settings > Apps > Running tab". I closed all suspicious application in "Cached" and "running' mode. ...
The only way I see is flashing CyanogenMod - there's a default feature for that. Don't know if this is available for HTC Desire, though.
Did you enable developer mode and modified some of its settings ? if so, try disabling the items you modified except USB debugging (if you use it), or directly disable developer mode. Hope that helps
Yes my screen was cracked very badly and drained up to 91% of my battery life from the screen. And now that I fixed it is up to one to 2% as well.
The actual size of a screen is less important than the resolution, i.e. number of pixels on the screen. For instance, if you move from a 1920×1080 4.5 inch screen to 1920×1080 5.5 inch one, there are chances things will appear the way they did before, but just larger. When choosing to buy a new device, look at the dots per inch (DPI) or pixels per inch (PPI)...
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