In fact the charging time depends on two points:
the output current of the adapter or the USB. The output current of the PC is only 0.5a, it may charge slowly than most of the AC adapters (most of the AC Adapters are 1A or more).
the input current and the charging convert rate of the phone. Different phones have different input current due to Limited ...
To charge at the maximum rate, the charger must identify itself as a charging device by shorting two middle USB pins. This is in the USB specification. Proper chargers come like this. Other chargers can be modified to short the pins together.
I have personally modded a Griffin USB car charger in this manner. Before the change, it would charge in "USB" mode. ...
Yes, most manufacturers (AFAIK including HTC, as I had this experience with my EVO 4G) will have the OTA update break if the device is rooted. This may have changed, but to my knowledge, OTA will not work after root.
However, devices can be unrooted, however, some are easier than others, and the process is different for most devices. Please note that most ...
Disabling a notification for particular app wont' save battery. Yes it would a little by not ringing and vibrating and also by not making you look at the phone.
Actually notification is handled by OS itself. An app just says that I want this notification to be displayed and OS handles it. In your case those apps are running in background using service and ...
Install WidgetLocker Lockscreen. It allows to add homescreen widgets on lockscreen.
HTC widgets can't be added to WidgetLocker, but third-party general widgets can be. So, install Beautiful Widgets app, first. It has exact HTC flip-clock alternative.
As far as I know, you can't transfer files over Android beam, just URLs/locations etc. This is because Android Beam doesn't use Bluetooth or WiFi Direct in addition to the NFC transfer, which means that an average photo would take 30+ seconds to beam. In Android 4.1+ (Jelly Bean) you can transfer files with NFC+BT, and S Beam uses NFC+WiFi Direct.
This is a protection that HTC uses to ensure quality in their devices. To re-install their custom stock, you must re-lock your phone. To do this, place your phone into fast-boot mode and plugin in via USB:
At the command line (or wherever you may have the fastboot binary), execute these commands:
fastboot oem lock
This will lock ...
Because Google Text-to-Speech isn't really an app: it's a library app. That is, it doesn't have a user interface for you to interact with; rather, it offers an interface to other apps to use its functionality. Other apps on the phone can give text to Google Text-to-Speech for it to speak out loud.
It's up to the author of the app in question to use the ...
Acccording to this XDA thread, it does NOT support GLONASS
They ran GPS tests on both Galaxy Note and HTC One X, the former of which does officially support GLONASS; and the former showed 2x the amount of detected satellites.
It doesn't say it on HTC's website under the specs for the One X, but this review points out that the phone has dual-microphones, used for sound cancellation during phone calls. My guess is perhaps your recording app is recording from the wrong microphone? Or using both to cancel out the pitch you're looking for?
I'd look for settings in your recording apps ...
"Fast Boot" is basically analogous to the hibernate or possibly S3 (STR) sleep functionality on regular PCs (HTC isn't very clear on what precisely it does, but analysis of its claims and action suggests it's one of these). Rather than fully shutting down and restarting, the OS resumes where it was after a shutdown, allowing the system to get from "off" to "...
I managed to fix the problem myself in the end.
The solution: I had to flash the boot.img file.
To do this:
Download the CM update from here that matches the update you installed. Make sure you choose the correct device as well. (HTC One X is "Endeavoru")
Unzip the file, and copy the boot.img file to C:\Android\android-sdk\tools (or wherever you have the ...
The only way to add more widget is to install an application that allow their widgets to be used on the lockscreen. Developers need to specify if their widgets can be used on the launcher, the lockscreen or both.
So, if a widget is available on the launcher but not on the lockscreen, I'm afraid that you can't use it on the lockscreen. (But you could mail ...
If you are not rooted then Shywim's answer is correct.
However, if you have rooted your device you can install the Xposed framework. This allows you to install modules that tweak various aspects of Android.
The module GravityBox (KK) for kitkat and (JB) for Jelly Bean, which you can install via the Xposed Installer has an option "Allow Any Widget" for ...
A more generic answer, not specific to the UK alone:
As Ross pointed out, there is not "one specific app to rule them all". That payment stuff is very much vendor-specific – whith "vendor" meaning the company dealing with the payments. Unless several shops/companies join up for a "standard", it might very well be you'd need a separate app for each shop even....
My experience of the One X in order to be able to select multiple items in the gallery you need to first give it a task to do.
Hit 'Share' in the bottom left, you'll need a service which takes multiple uploads, such as Facebook
Then you'll see the 'multi-select' grid with tick boxes next to each image which you can then select.
I got a reply from HTC technical support. Make of it what you will, I've asked the lady to clarify what she means as I don't understand her Engrish.
Thank you for providing me with the additional details to enable me to
resolve your enquiry. It’s always our aim to ensure that our
customers’ issues are resolved first time and I’m sorry that this has
Apparently there is a root method for the AT&T One X running 4.0.4. I've not tested it, but have reproduced the instructions in full from here:
I have successfully rooted the AT&T HTC One X running build 2.20.
In the previous build (1.85), S-ON was only partially enforced, so it was possible to modify the /system partition without having unlocked ...
Depending on your Android version, and whether you are rooted or not, there are multiple possibilities. On all rooted devices, you can use Titanium Backup ★ root (pro version recommended -- there's nothing like it). For non-rooted devices, there's no app that can really backup everything (which is an intended permission issue for security reasons: no app can ...
This feature is rather be app-specific. Probably the default photo app on your Legend does this by default, while the one on you One X does not. To achieve the desired results on your new device, you might need to find a 3rd party photo app supporting this feature. Your phone is certainly capable of it, that's not the issue.
Keep in mind that on the Battery Usage screen even though per-app breakdown always adds up to 100%, it does not represent the full capacity of your battery, but rather only the used portion. In other words, if your phone is reporting current battery level of 65%, the breakdown is for the other 35%.
Since nothing really happens overnight, it's not unusual ...
You can use ES File Explorer or File Expert to backup your apk's, it will only backup your apps not the data. And they will do it with free versions.
From this answer
To backup your app data you should have to rooted to use any application that can backup the data. But if you have not rooted then you can try the following command which will work without ...
No you can't flash an international ROM on your device.
Because your phone's configuration is different than international version.
Details are given below:
Chipset: Qualcomm MSM8960 Snapdragon (AT&T)----- Nvidia Tegra 3 (International)
CPU: Dual-core 1.5 GHz Krait (AT&T)----- Quad-core 1.5 GHz (International)
GPU: Adreno 225 (AT&T)-----...