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.
installing HTC (phone) drivers
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: January 18, 2013
I downloaded HTC (phone ) drivers in zip format (only ones I found).
HOW do I install them??
It doesn't show up automatically in the driver installation?
Does anyone know of a place I can download HTC Drivers (EVO 3D to be exact for 64-bit Toshiba) for ubuntu 12.10?
please spell things out for me in a recipe format.
I appreciate it.
HTC Hero with Google [Sprint] on Ubuntu
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: April 15, 2010
First of all I'm new to this forum...I've been reading it for a while, but now have a reason to post on here. Hello community!
So onto my question.
I'm looking into a new cell phone. I use Xubuntu 9.10 exclusively and refuse to install any Microsoft software onto my computer at all. I've been using different variations of Linux for around 7 years now, so I'm no newbie.
Since phones with the Android OS have come out, I've been very interested. Particularly, the HTC Hero with Google has caught my attention. For my email, contacts, and calendars, I use Google, so this phone seems to fit the bill. The only thing I cannot seem to find information on is using the phone as a modem with Linux. There's scattered information on the subject, and there seems to be no definitive answer.
So, has anyone used the Sprint HTC Hero with Google and successfully used it as a wireless modem with Ubuntu 9.10 (or any version of Linux for that matter)? If so, how well does it work, and how d
HTC Hero and Ubuntu Bluetooth BlueProximity
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: December 22, 2009
I recently got an HTC Hero and wanted to set it up with blueproximity with my laptop.
Prior to the hero I had a cheep little nokia that was working perfectly on blueproximity so I think I can attribute this to the hero alone.
HTC Hero (sprint) firmware 1.5
Ubuntu Jaunty 9.04 on ASUS N70sv
Bluetooth Applet 1.8
I can pair the devices, but then the phone reads "paired but not connected" under "Menu -> Settings -> Wireless Controls -> Bluetooth Settings"
I can pair the devices, but the bluetooth applet under "Bluetooth Applet Context Menu -> Preferences" shows the device as disconnected no matter how much I hit connect icon.
I can pair the devices, but blueproximity constantly connects/disconnects to the device. It seems like it just goes between connected/disconnected each second.
Does anyone have any experiences with BlueProximity and the HTC Hero, and if so were you able to get it to work? Any
HTC EVO 4G: most awesomest Android phone to date!
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: March 26, 2010
This might be the best Android phone ever made. No, make that the best smartphone ever made, period!
I just might drop AT&T and go with Sprint. Anyone here a Sprint customer? How is Sprint service?
Ubuntu 10.04 is not recognizing HTC EVO
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: July 2, 2010
I just bought the HTC EVO and thought it would immediately be found by Ubuntu. My iPod Touch and every other device I have is.
Ubuntu is not seeing the EVO and I have no idea what to try.
Ubuntu on a HTC Mogul? Ubuntu on smartphones?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: May 9, 2010
If there is a better board for this, please redirect it after I get some replies. Thanks.
So I am poor....I finally got a smart phone, an HTC mogul which was pretty neat in its day but an older generation device these days.
So this device has a 400 mhz microprocessor, and only 64 mb ram.....not great, but better than any 'phone' I have ever owned. It does have an additional 246mb ROM (read only memory)...so I actually have 310mb of memory?
The cool thing is that I can get Wifi internet.....so even if I dont pay for a data plan I can still check email and keep up with my customers (I sell body jewelry like plugs and hand carved balicrafts and Thai stonework) at my school and other hotspots.
The battery life sucks on this, so I got the expanded battery that doubles its life if not more. 3000 mah..
So here are some questions.....
1. Can I install an Ubuntu or linux based operating system on this over windows mobile 6? Are there any obvious advantages to doing so? I would like to
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: October 17, 2012
I am new for Ubuntu 10.04 , and i am using HTC Desire S S510e device for run a Android App . But due to driver problem i failed to do so . Any one Please help me to find out how we install proper driver , in such a way that i can run my android App Successfully on my HTC device
htc hero + ubuntu?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: April 30, 2010
i may install the newest ubuntu release. i have a htc hero that i develop and build custom roms and themes. is there a guide on how to install the android sdk & have it recognize my hero? id also like to be able to sync with ubuntu and install apps. does htc sync work on linux?
any help would be appreciated.
HTC Hero with Google Android & Ubuntu
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: February 10, 2010
Just got the HTC Hero from my local cell provider. Along with a 2 year contract... Every time I sign one of those I hear "Dirty Deeds" by AC/DC in my head. But I digress.
This phone is pretty sweet, plenty of apps, most are the same that you can get on the iPhone.
Here's the best part. It mounts in in Ubuntu. Just hook the phone up with the provided USB Cable, open up the notification window in the phone. You do this by holding the status bar at the top of the screen and slide it down to the bottom. Then you will notice a menu item which says USB Connection. Touch it, then choose "Mount" to mount this as a device.
Ubuntu recognizes the device, and you have access to the directory structure to move music, ringtones, pictures, and apps. The Owners manual is actually included as a PDF on the phone.
It does come with an app for Windows called HTC Sync, but the idea here is not have to use Windows for anything.
The actual operation of Android on the phone is
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