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I think ADW Launcher has a setting that should keep the application in memory. Also, CM has a setting to force the OS to keep the launcher in memory. I dont remember where it is at in CM6, but in CM7 it is in Settings -> CyanogenMod Settings -> Performance and it is called "Lock Home in Memory". I don't remember if it was in the same place or if it was ...


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From gsmarena: 2G Network GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900 3G Network HSDPA 900 / 2100 UMTS 850 / 1900 - American version


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Will those cards work with my device? Yes, I believe SDHC UHS-I (Ultra High Speed) cards are backwards compatible and will "work" in an SDHC only device (that the Motorola Milestone appears to be). Do they need any special support from the OS? Yes, in order to operate at the advertised higher speeds. "Use of UHS requires that the host device command the ...


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Depending on the device (and root method), the su binary (which gives your device root) is usually located in /system/xbin/ or /system/bin/ directory, while the Superuser.apk (which acts as a gate keeper, presenting you with a dialog when apps request root permissions) is always in /system/app/. The /system partition does not get cleared by the Factory ...


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While this might not be the complete answer to your issue, it appears that the Galaxy Nexus is connected to an HSDPA:9 radio (10.1mb/s theoretical speed) while the Milestone is connected to an HSPA radio (14mb/s theoretical speed, not HSPA+ which can have a theoretical speed of between 21 and 42 depending on the network). While the theoretical capacities of ...


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There is a lengthy discussion about this on: http://androidforums.com/droid-support-troubleshooting/87515-my-droids-touch-screen-going-crazy.html The main point seems to relate to either oil and dirt covering the screen and/or heating up issues from dirt within internal components. There are some suggested solutions such as carefully cleaning the screen ...


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The new UHS-I card Your phone comes with a microSDHC form factor, and according to Scandisk, their cards are compatible: SanDisk Ultra® microSDXC™ UHS-I card: see specifications tab Available capacities: 8GB,16GB, 32GB, 64GB Performance/speed: Up to 30MB/s read speed; write speed lower Compatibility: Compatible with all microSDHC [or ...


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There are two possibilities: If your WLAN is running in 2.4GHz mode you should chekc the used channel. Not all channels are allowed in all countries - especiall in the US the channels higher than 13 are AFAIK forbidden. Therefore some devices do not even scan the frequencies that belong to those channels. What frequencies/channels are used is specified by ...


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I had this problem recently with my milestone 2. Unfortunately I had to send it to service. Now it works, but whole touch panel was replaced with a new one. Just to clarify my problems: right column of touch panel (above search button, btw it didn't work as well) didn't work for more than one month. In more extreme weather conditions (temperature below 0 ...


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A simple Wikipedia search would have brought the answer: Compatible networks (for Motorola Milestone / Droid) US Version: dual band CDMA2000/EV-DO Rev. A 800/1900 MHz European version: quad band GSM, UMTS @ 900/2100MHz N.A. GSM version: quad band GSM, UMTS @ 850/1900 MHz Source where quad band means support for 850, 1900 MHz and 900, 1800 MHz.


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Proximity Autolock is an app that uses the proximity sensor to lock the phone when it is in your pocket, and you can disable the lock screen via the settings.


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Try adding: ro.HOME_APP_ADJ=1 to /system/build.prop file and reboot (will require root). Source: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=860023


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Try the v6 Supercharger. It can make your Homescreen Launcher "Hard To Kill" or "Bulletproof". If you have ICS/JB, be sure to get the ICS/JB version. Also, be sure to disable the Lock Home in Memory of your launcher (if it has it) before using v6.


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This seems similar to an issue I had this summer: I ended up having to get a new phone. Semi-Dead Zone on Touch Screen On Droid 1 Basically there was a horizontal bar worth of space on the screen that seemed to have random touches firing, and also in the same zone, it often wasn't registering my real touches. It was definitely a game of chance, and it was ...


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