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Old November 23rd, 2011, 06:33 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Does anyone else HATE this phone?

the phone is ok to start with look design every things good can't argue.
After you use it for awhile all it does and get worse and worse, errors malfunctions its honestly ridiculous. I probably wipe the thing every week now and sprint doesn't want to help me much, although their never much help to be honest. And to top it off you can't even root the damn htc evo shift 4g

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Old November 24th, 2011, 02:58 AM   #2 (permalink)
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the phone is ok to start with look design every things good can't argue.
After you use it for awhile all it does and get worse and worse, errors malfunctions its honestly ridiculous. I probably wipe the thing every week now and sprint doesn't want to help me much, although their never much help to be honest. And to top it off you can't even root the damn htc evo shift 4g
Lol.. not sure if you got a bad phone or what.. but the Shift is a mini beast.

BTW, you can root your Shift
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I love mine even though I don't use it anymore.. it's a great phone!
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Hate is a strong word, but I do regret getting the Shift. My main regret is getting a phone with a keyboard that I don't really use. It's just unnecessary weight and thickness to me now.

Mine hasn't really had many problems, other than the default text program shifting all over the place mid text, and Sense wanting to reload all the time. Both of those problems were fixed with GO SMS and GO Launcher.
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i have the problem were when i am in a app or internet if i hit the home button a white screen apperas with "HTC" and its so annoying i really dislike this phone....
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Old December 9th, 2011, 06:42 AM   #6 (permalink)
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Even though I've moved on to a different phone, the shift was one of the best purchases I ever made.
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I wouldn't say hate, but I certainly regret the purchase.

For me, it's been more about the HTC software than the phone itself. I plan to switch to the Apple 4s next year.

I will certainly think twice before buying another HTC phone in the future.
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There apparently has been an update to fix the loading screen issue. I cannot confirm as I am running a custom ROM. There is a thread here about it, but I can't link it from my phone...
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I wouldn't say hate, but I certainly regret the purchase.

For me, it's been more about the HTC software than the phone itself. I plan to switch to the Apple 4s next year.

I will certainly think twice before buying another HTC phone in the future.
I second that, especially about switching to the iPhone. I know there's a ton of hate thrown around on the various forums (try Reddit Android, for one) about Android vs. iPhone and fanboys and all that crap, but in the end, I see the phone as a tool, not a toy. For me, for my needs and desires, the iPhone seems to fit the bill better (I could care less about whether I can customize my home screen to some ascetic minimalism or load a picture of some boomin' babe). That's my take.
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I love this phone it made me love Androids and all the things you can do to it when you're rooted, it's amazing although I'm still learning I am very pleased with how my phone runs with a custom ROM and some UOT kitchen mods
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Absolutely disagree with the author. I love my phone, I've customized it very well and it runs much faster and smoother than a lot of other phones out there. I've liked it ever since I got it, now running a custom ROM that looks just like Sense 3.0 but I got away with the real Sense because it was buggy. I like Launcher Pro much better anyway. It's faster, smoother and way more customizable. I also overclocked it so it runs at 1.5GhZ very stable, almost twice as fast as any regular shift (0.8GhZ). I use the keyboard just as frequently as I use my swype keyboard and I love it. Really the only complaint I have about it is that it drains a lot of battery and that's about it.
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Hate is a strong word, but I do regret getting the Shift. My main regret is getting a phone with a keyboard that I don't really use. It's just unnecessary weight and thickness to me now.

Mine hasn't really had many problems, other than Sense wanting to reload all the time.
Yup, my exact thoughts & feelings.
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I've always really liked my Shift, but now that I've rooted and installed a custom ROM I love it. It's much faster and battery life is much better since I got rid of all the crap. Made a HUGE difference.
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Since I've gone to Go SMS and Go launcher, I've got no problems with the phone. I came from first gen Palm Pre and this was a definite upgrade in hardware. I wanted it for the keyboard and still use it. I got FlexT9 input app, it's like swype. Probably about 50-50 on which keyboard I use. I am really happy to have gotten this phone.
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Am using the Shift and love it, the Shift that my wife first got was way better than what we have now,She got one of the very first when they came out.it had a transfer widget and also you could uninstall some of bloatware.the Shift, now doesn't have that. It is first,a phone,clarity and signal strong.the rest I can live with. I have a Evo3d that I switced from, the call clarity from Bluetooth sucked,it wasn't just the phone,because the Sprint tech had one and paired different Bluetooths and same issue. Switched to wifes shift and call was clear.she dropped hers in a pan of water and her replacement and the one I have is different from her original,but a great phone,using hers as a hotspot and the 4G on both are great.

Htc has great products with the exception of the 3D,beats Samsung hands down.
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I used to have the shift and I didn't like it at all. Now I have the HTC EVO 3d and it is just soooooo much better.
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I regret ever buying this POS and I am looking at getting something else.

I stepped up from the Samsung Moment so at first this was heaven... now not so much...

Loading issue, the slide is worn out and slides down when I am texting, memory is horrible, I find my self deleting crap all the time just to do updates to my current apps, there is been no updates to fix anything meaningful from HTC, on and on... ridiculous
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Wish I'd gotten the Epic 4g instead.

My wife just got the newest Samsung (Galaxy Epic S-2 etcetc) and it seems like an awesome phone, but it doesn't have a keyboard. If they would make that thing with a keyboard like the original Epic then I would want it for sure. But I hate using onscreen keyboards except for quickie stuff.

I like my Shift OK - I'd just like it a whole lot more if it had 2 gigs of internal storage instead of one, and if I could uninstall NASCAR, Amazon MP3, Kindle, Sprint Football, Twitter, and a couple of other apps I never use.
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Wish I'd gotten the Epic 4g instead.

My wife just got the newest Samsung (Galaxy Epic S-2 etcetc) and it seems like an awesome phone, but it doesn't have a keyboard. If they would make that thing with a keyboard like the original Epic then I would want it for sure. But I hate using onscreen keyboards except for quickie stuff.

I like my Shift OK - I'd just like it a whole lot more if it had 2 gigs of internal storage instead of one, and if I could uninstall NASCAR, Amazon MP3, Kindle, Sprint Football, Twitter, and a couple of other apps I never use.
Yeah the internal storage is a joke compared to the other phones out. 16Gigs on the Galaxy S2 and Nexus.

It just pisses me off that HTC has ignored the issues on the this phone and hasn't and since its been nearly over a year since it's release I doubt there will ever be a meaningful update.
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Yeah the internal storage is a joke compared to the other phones out. 16Gigs on the Galaxy S2 and Nexus.

It just pisses me off that HTC has ignored the issues on the this phone and hasn't and since its been nearly over a year since it's release I doubt there will ever be a meaningful update.
Well when I originally got the phone I was brand new to Android, and figured it wasn't an issue because I was getting a 32g micro-SD card for it. But I didn't realize till sometime later that so many of the apps couldn't be installed to the SD card or uninstalled (at least without rooting).

I mean, seriously, - NASCAR, I will never, never, NEVER use... and it's taking up 5 MB of space on my phone that I very badly need. Same can be said for several other preinstalled apps.
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I love my phone now that I've rooted it. I highly recommend it. It's fast and has great battery life now that I have all the crapware off it.
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I love my phone now that I've rooted it. I highly recommend it. It's fast and has great battery life now that I have all the crapware off it.
Does rooting solve the problem of the "Memory leak" referred to in other threads, that causes the problems with low app storage space?
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Does rooting solve the problem of the "Memory leak" referred to in other threads, that causes the problems with low app storage space?

Jim- the thing with rooting is that you can get rid of all the crap ware sprint loads on it. Custom roms help with memory... It doesn't change the fact that these phones don't have a ton of memory, but it sure can help. A custom ROM will definitely get rid of the loading screen issues.
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Jim- the thing with rooting is that you can get rid of all the crap ware sprint loads on it. Custom roms help with memory... It doesn't change the fact that these phones don't have a ton of memory, but it sure can help. A custom ROM will definitely get rid of the loading screen issues.
I had specifically in mind the problem spoken of in this post:

http://androidforums.com/evo-shift-support-troubleshooting/450079-phone-storage-space-getting-low-icon-notification-area.html#post3901491

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Ah... I've not read about that. I gave up on sprint about a month ago, and I didn't have the problem when I still had a shift. I think rooting and loading a custom ROM would definitely help the issue you are seeing. Cyanogenmod is always a good bet, but I bet crump will chime in here and give you some more solid advice since he is way more up to date on the comings and goings of the shift than I am. Lol, I can sell you a shift that's rooted, preloaded with the last cm ROM I was running lol! (I have thought of posting it in the classifieds, just haven't gotten that far)
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Just to add to what 33OD has already said. Most custom ROMs have memory and system management built in which can free up RAM and cut down on memory leaks. As far as running low on actual internal memory, being rooted won't necessarily give you more space but that's why there are scripts for a2sd (apps 2 sd).. Essentially what this does is once a app is downloaded it moves that app to an extention on your SD card. (you'll have to format your card, part being fat32 and the other party being ext-4 or 3.)

This isn't the same as the app2sd that's on non rooted phones, a2sd allows all /data apps to be pushed straight to your SD ext.

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I hate to see all the non rooted user having issues but once you root you'll be glad you did.. The Shift is a beast of a phone.
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Thank you Crump - you're everywhere, aren't you?

My "Manage Apps" screen is showing 396 MB used, 35 MB free. (I've found that I need at least 45 MB free to update any apps.

Did you see my post in "everything root" subforum here? My level of frustration has reached the point where the next day I have a significant amount of free time (rare) and access to a computer I'm about ready to try rooting. Real nervous about it though.
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My "Manage Apps" screen is showing 396 MB used, 35 MB free. (I've found that I need at least 45 MB free to update any apps.

Did you see my post in "everything root" subforum here? My level of frustration has reached the point where the next day I have a significant amount of free time (rare) and access to a computer I'm about ready to try rooting. Real nervous about it though.
I replied over at the "other" forum if you have questions, your best bet would be to pm me over at xda
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Well I have done the latest update on the phone. So I am not sure of my root options now.

I previously tried to whole root thing with this phone and wasted multiple hours and never succeeded. I have done it on two previous phones within 30 minutes. It's really frustrating.
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I'm convinced that this phone was created in a sewer.
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Lol.. not sure if you got a bad phone or what.. but the Shift is a mini beast.

BTW, you can root your Shift
mine is great,don't use the keyboard and I knew I wouldn't,I switched from 3D which has been sitting in drawer for 6 months.sending back to HTC.This phone is a workhorse.I haven't rooted and love it.
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mine is great,don't use the keyboard and I knew I wouldn't,I switched from 3D which has been sitting in drawer for 6 months.sending back to HTC.This phone is a workhorse.I haven't rooted and love it.
You think its a workhorse now wait till you root
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Had 3 Shifts, that all malfunctioned in some sort of way. Sprint replaced the latest one with an "OG Evo" last month. I really didn't want another Shift anyways.
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It's a love/hate relationship. I love the way the phone feels and looks, but this phone has to have the most problems and malfunctions out of any other phone I've had.
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