location: ubuntuforums.com - date: April 8, 2010
I am currently using an iPhone and I am having problems synchronising it with Xubuntu. I have seen a new phone which has only just been released and was wondering if it is possible to sync it with any Linux operating systems. Does anybody own the new HTC desire and if so, have they run into any compatibility issues? Any help at all will be great as it will help me choose my next phone!
Htc Desire won't recognize that it's usb connected [closed]
location: linuxexchange.com - date: November 2, 2012
I'm trying to debug on my htc desire. When I connect my phone through USB the phone starts charging as normal but it won't recognize that it is connected to the pc.
Normally I can find the usb debugging mode in my notification bar for example and it's not there and I don't event get the option to mount as storage media etc.
How to use HTC Desire and Eclipse on Ubuntu 10.4 to test Android Apps?
location: linuxexchange.com - date: May 12, 2012
If I try to use my HTC Desire to test Apps I'm developing with Eclipse, then in the screen where I can choose the emulators and connected devices, it is only listed as unknown and a few question marks.
I read that on Windows you need HTC Sync respectively the drivers in this program, but how can I solve this problem on Ubuntu?
ADB missing in Ubuntu for HTC Desire S?
location: linuxexchange.com - date: November 20, 2014
So I switched from Win to Ubuntu 11.10 for my Android development. In the same way as ADB drivers for Win7 was a problem, something weird is happening in Ubuntu as well. I try to run a (runnable) application, but my connected Desire S is somehow not recognized. See the what happens here:
I have tried doing this but it doesn't help. Do I have to install something to make this work? Really annoying that this issue arises in Ubuntu as well, I thought it was not supposed to?
HTC Desire S not recognize by eclipse on ubuntu
location: linuxexchange.com - date: January 1, 1970
My HTC Desire S is not recognized by eclipse in debugger mode on ubuntu 12.10. I have followed in vain the process defined here. Can sombody help ?
HTC Desire crashed, deleted all SMS/MMS. Can I recover?
location: linuxexchange.com - date: September 4, 2012
Been a reader of SO/SE for a while as am getting into Android development. Just wanted to ask a quick question. Hope someone can help. :)
I have a HTC desire (2.2 with HTC sense, as per stock), never rooted and little used (basic apps installed, not used for any dev) I use as just a phone really. Hence I was very surprised when it crashed the other day and all my SMS/MMS were deleted (the stock HTC Messages app was empty)!
I know I should not have rebooted the device (as file recovery may be easier as it reduces chances of file space being overwritten), but was told to do so by T-Mobile advisor.
Upon reboot, found the stock HTC Messages app used for SMS/MMS was was now populated by SMS that was saved on the SIM. Hence I think, the Desire recreated the SMS/MMS content using the saved SIM messages as a start.
What I would like to know is can the older SMS/MMS be recovered? I assume they are stored in...
...and that this f
HTC Desire HD not accepts setParameter() with hardware.Camera
location: linuxexchange.com - date: November 15, 2011
I'm a student and I am developing on Android 2.2 for a project. For my tests and app executions, I am using an HTC Desire HD (with Android 2.2).
I just want to create a composant (class) to take a picture with the mobile device. I have an Android class, which I use for the getOptimalPreviewSize() method (this method is in the ApiDemos 2.2). This method is used to fix this type of error :
02-14 21:38:05.818: ERROR/AndroidRuntime(2884): java.lang.RuntimeException: Fail to connect to camera service
02-14 21:38:05.818: ERROR/AndroidRuntime(2884): at android.hardware.Camera.native_setup(Native Method)
02-14 21:38:05.818: ERROR/AndroidRuntime(2884): at android.hardware.Camera.<init>(Camera.java:118)
02-14 21:38:05.818: ERROR/AndroidRuntime(2884): at android.hardware.Camera.open(Camera.java:91)
02-14 21:38:05.818: ERROR/AndroidRuntime(2884): at com.example.android.apis.graphics.Preview.surfaceCreated(CameraPreview.java:69)
02-14 21:38:05.818: ERROR/AndroidRuntime(2884)
HTTP proxy not working on HTC desire running android 2.2
location: linuxexchange.com - date: March 1, 2013
I am using an HTTP proxy using the following code:
DefaultHttpClient client = new DefaultHttpClient();
HttpHost proxy = new HttpHost(proxyHost, proxyPort, "http");
This works fine on several android devices, all running android 2.3 and higher. However, when I try this on an HTC desire running android 2.2.2 I get the following exception:
Internet Explorer vs. Other Browsers (Internet Standards)
location: linuxquestions.com - date: October 10, 2004
So here's the scoop.
I am taking a class at good old strayer university and we are having discussion on why companies would choose to follow standards. Our online courses only support Internet Explorer and Netscape browsers, so out of frustration I posted the thought that our online classroom had chosen function over standard. My thought being that if the class does not support Opera, Mozilla, Firefox, and the large list of other main stream browsers that the online classroom is not following web standards. Although I am not an Opera user, I am pretty sure Opera is known for being standard compliant.
One of the students in class pointed out that Mozilla runs the IE executable and therefore my theory was off base. Is this true? I see where mozilla runs an identical API as that of IE, but does that mean that they have the exact same standard support or that they just make calls to the OS in the same way?
Interested in hearing the communities thoughts.
Internet Explorer vs Developers
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: June 9, 2010
If it's a repost oh well. Just made me smile
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