Got my phone up to 748mHz OC, won't be long and i can't oc anymore to keep it smooth
Hurry up dammit
Feels bad man.
Things that are not a defect: Rattling near camera or around volume keys, it should be faint and it is usually either the volume key slightly moving around or the autofocus unit in the camera.
One more way to function test: Elixir is an app on the market that lets you test all the sensors available. I'd go through all of them one by one to make sure that they work properly, and you may want to turn on all sensors to see if there's no issues when trying to use multiple ones at the same time.
tl;dr you bought a flagship device make sure that it's flawless, don't settle for less.
I also suggest that you avoid 3D gaming at all cost until an OTA comes out, currently there's some significant overheating issues that will be problems in the long run.
AT%T has two versions of Galaxy S II, one is a hundred dollars more because it has LTE. Is that worth it? I'll be living in an LTE area before the contract ends.
So I think today I'll try some keyboards.
However, the difference is far more significant on Verizon phones, since its EVDO 3G (~1 Mbps) vs LTE 4G ( ~30 Mbps). You might be perfectly content with HSPA+ since even that is magnitudes faster than EVDO.
SwiftKey 3 beta
Swype (takes a while to get used to the "drawing" of the words, but once you get the hang of it you can write novels with your thumb. on the go, anywhere. at any time.)
Best custom ones out there in my opinion.
The default Swype is usually outdated as hell. If you're rooted you can get rid of it and install the new version which has a lot of improvements.
It doesn't update from the Play store because it's not on there (or wasn't the last time I checked)
Correct, for whatever reason, Swype team decided that they will not offer a normal downloadable version, instead make deals with phone manufacturers to build swype into the phone.
They only allow beta versions to be installed as a normal .apk (unless you already have the manufacturer version, then you either have to root to remove it or you're fucked).
Although one of the last updates added an autoupdate system, so once the manufacturers push an update, they MIGHT MAYBE include that version, so that would sort of eliminate this problem (a problem they've intentionally created).
ASSUMING DIRECT CONTROL
Help my hands are burning
(although there was a beta version like 3-4 months ago that had a seriously broken prediction.)
TIPPZ WHAT ARE YOU DOING, GET OUT OF MY MERGE
Can you change the battery on the HTC One X? That's one of the main things for me since my iPod Touch's battery burned out in the summer and it was impossible to change
I can already see my heatmap changing on SwiftKey X trial
that would make me think I'm getting screwed. looks like the most random box with a home printed HTC photo taped around it.
The Galaxy S2 box was simple, but had this cool color changing text that made it feel a bit more exclusive. This HTC's box is like "meh, here have a phone".
Are you selling your S2 now that you have a HTC One X?