HTC Wildfire as USB 3G Modem
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: July 27, 2010
I am considering buying a HTC Wildfire and would like to know how compatible it is as a USB 3G modem on Ubuntu 10.04.
I currently use the Samsung S5230 as a USB modem on my netbook which works an absolute dream but GPRS can be so very slow.
I've had a search around but there are very few relevant results, and no up to date results that I could find.
Cheers for your time.
HTC touch diamond awesome 3D effects and... iphone killer?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: May 10, 2008
this thing got some crazy effects (specially the weather), watch the video:
sadly the OS is windows mobile 6... (but not the normal version)
it's been greatly enhanced specially for that phone...
but i still hate the stupid start menu button
now windows mobile is just as cool as the iphone's mac .... so the question is:
Where the Heck are the ANdrOid phones !!!!1
can either android, openmoko or Ubuntu mobile get as cool as that?
i want those effects !
we need some killaz !
HTC Dream Opinions?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: June 19, 2009
I'm thinking of getting the HTC dream...any thoughts?
HTC Hero as modem
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: August 14, 2009
Does anybody have experience with HTC Hero as a modem on ubuntu 9.04?
Does it work out of the box, do you have to tinker with it, or doesn't it work at all?
Connecting via 3g on htc shift machine
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: April 3, 2009
Hi I am helping a friend get his htc shift machine connected to the net, after installing Ubuntu 8.04, with Optus pre-paid but i can't seem to work out how to do it. we are in Australia(Sydney). I did find a page with dns numbers but not much more than that. Optus is not helpful. I have used Ubuntu myself but am a relative beginner to Linux(now using DreamLinux) of 1.5years. I am not great with commands but can follow things step by step as instructed. Would appreciate some help as this friend is not very good with computers and has now wiped windows without fully researching how to setup or even operate with the new OS.
Got a HTC Touch Pro 2 (Rhodium) / AT&T Tilt 2? It can run Ubuntu!
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: March 12, 2010
Your Touch Pro 2 / Tilt 2 is a sexy peace of hardware with a strong 528MHz ARM CPU, brilliant WVGA touchscreen, nice QWERTY keyboard, GSM/UMTS, WIFI, GPS and Bluetooth. But it runs a proprietary OS from M$. An OS which is doomed because its successor will come soon and won't be compatible with it. An OS you can scarcely find good apps for and even if you do, they would probably cost you a bunch of money. An OS which has more limitations and bugs than features.
Have you ever dreamed of running some other OS instead? An OS that is free and opensource. An OS that can control your device the way you want it and not the manufacturer. An OS that runs thousands of great free apps. An OS you can customize, tweak or hack without any limitations. An OS on your smartphone that is so similar to the OS you run on your desktop: Ubuntu.
Well, it's up to you to make this dream come true.
We are the guys from xda-developers.com who currently develop an Ubuntu-like Distro for Touch Pro 2 calle
Current CM Updates on HTC (Spanish "Rogers" type) Dream
location: linuxquestions.com - date: August 22, 2010
I have a rooted htc dream with CM-18.104.22.168. It comes up with a Telefonica Movistar splash screen. Now google maps is gone west, (nagged me to update and then screwed it up 'not correctly signed' when I let it.
Rooting involved putting some dude's hack in as the bootloader distributed as 'givemeroot.zip') which allows me to hold the home button while booting and I can install any zip, and then installing
1. Some HTC system thing linked somewhere at the time - the htc bit.
I had thought of going to the latest CM instead, but I am finding a plethora of warnings about different versions and issues like that. Has anyone been reading even some of the gigabytes that android software developers write, or miles of forum threads? I wonder how those guys have never found it handy to date stuff, so I'd know what's current or what's from 2002. I also wonder how they find time to write code!
I'd love someone to say 'never mind that stuff: do a,b,& c'
Can't Connect HTC ONE via USB: Dbus. Error
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: December 30, 2013
I recently installed Ubuntu 12.04 over the weekend and so far everything has worked perfectly. Last night I connected my HTC One to Ubuntu to move some files from my phone to my computer. Today I went to do the same thing and I'm getting the below error:
The Folder Contents Could Not Be Displayed
Sorry, could not display all the contents of "Android Phone": DBus error org.freedesktop.DBus.Error.NoReply: Did not receive a reply. Possible causes include: the remote application did not send a reply, the message bus security policy blocked the reply, the reply timeout expired, or the network connection was broken.
I've checked the forums and it seems like a lot of people have had this problem and been able to resolve it with their iphones but for some reason I can't connect to my HTC any longer. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Htc ubuntu phone youtube video i want one!!!!
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: March 22, 2010
Nokia N97 or HTC Magic ?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: September 2, 2009
I have the chance to buy a second hand phone from a trusted source - a friend who buys and sells them at a frantic rate.
He offered me a Nokia N97 and a HTC Magic. I really need to change my phone now, as my Sony Ericsson W810i is breaking and it's not worth having it serviced (it's almost 4 years old).
Can you give me your advice/impressions on what you would buy and why? Compatiblity with Ubuntu is a plus because I don't use windows / Apple (but I can install XP in Virtual Box).
I'm tempted to get the HTC because it's Android, but I'm afraid I could be biased.
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