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  1. PilotBob

    PilotBob Well-Known Member

    right... you can set a default notification sound in the system settings. then in each app you can set them as well, either specifying "default" or a specific one. Most SMS apps also let you specify a specific notification per contact as well.

    BOb
  2. Jim_Ladd

    Jim_Ladd New Member

    Hi guys, new to HTC one and android. What's the icon for 3g connectivity etc. I have WiFi connected but when I disconnect what is the 3g symbol meant to look like. Cheers.
  3. KOLIO

    KOLIO NOTEoriously XPOSED Guide


    WELCOME TO ANDROID FORUMS Jim_Ladd:

    :party:

    The 3G icon should look something like what's depicted here:

    http://forums.androidcentral.com/at...cation-bar-uploadfromtaptalk1367361438970.jpg

    However,some slight variances have been noted in some carrier-specific models for some notification bar icons.
  4. marctronixx

    marctronixx Well-Known Member Moderator

    Jim,

    There is an icon on your desktop that links to an online operators manual for the device. The icon descriptions are located there.

    If you are new to android, please look over the faq and spend a little time reading threads here.

    You are welcome to send me an offline message and I can help you get your feet wet if need be.
  5. whiteguy00

    whiteguy00 New Member

    I get 4G (not LTE) occaisionally at my house. Then the symbol swaps to E , but never 3G ( My Dads iPhone says 3G ). If I go to the city I get 4G LTE.

    Do I have it turned off some how? I have AT&T.
  6. GuitarG20

    GuitarG20 Clueless Senior Member


    That's true, unless you have a carrier-branded one, in which case they will look different.

    For example, the AT&T Model will say E, 4G, or 4G LTE.
  7. KOLIO

    KOLIO NOTEoriously XPOSED Guide

    Perhaps this link may also be of help,especially for one new to ANDROID: :)

    The Complete HTC One Guide
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  8. PilotBob

    PilotBob Well-Known Member

    Perhaps "E" means EVDO which is 3G.

    BOb
  9. sikclown

    sikclown Well-Known Member

    No. EVDO is a CDMA term (Sprint, Verizon). Most likely E stands for Edge.
  10. PilotBob

    PilotBob Well-Known Member

    Yes, you are probably correct sir.

    BOb
  11. porthos7

    porthos7 Well-Known Member

    Does anyone know if there is any way to take a screen shot (like an iphone) of ANY screen?
  12. GuitarG20

    GuitarG20 Clueless Senior Member

    No, you're fine. AT&T reports what we used to refer to as 3G (which is HSPA/HSPA+) as "4G" now (its a marketing ploy of some sort), and LTE (which is actual 4G) as "4G LTE". Edge is still "E"

    The reason the iPhone reports 3G is that it's probably from back before at&t started changing their marketing (lying in my book, but that's just me) about what signal is what generation.
  13. scotty85

    scotty85 Guides Guide

    any screen within the booted OS,simply hold power and tap the "home" softkey. youll have to do tis almost simultaneously,pressing the power button slightly first.

    pressing power and holding it too long before hitting home key will bring up the power off/reboot menu :)
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  14. porthos7

    porthos7 Well-Known Member

    And that's why I love this site...

    Perfect! Thank you!
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  15. scotty85

    scotty85 Guides Guide

    youre welcome :)
  16. OldCoalMiner

    OldCoalMiner Member

    New to Android and HTC one. Can't see where or how to do this.

    My previous phones, when an incoming call is from a number not in a contact list, would display the State, the call originated from, as in:
    201-555-1212 -New Jersey,
    Or with an additional app (Palm OS), would also display the city associated with the exchange:
    610-555-1212 - Pennsylvania/Allentown.

    Is this (popping up the the state) a setting that I've missed? Is there an app to do it? Preferably one that doesn't sniff all your incoming caller numbers...
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  17. EarlyMon

    EarlyMon The PearlyMon Moderator

  18. Justafew

    Justafew Member

    I had this same issue (using Exchange Server). The only work-around I could find is to remove the Sent and Deleted folders from the Synced items. This keeps them from being automatically synced, but I can still click on those folders and pull up any idea in them. It just takes a bit longer to load, as they haven't constantly been syncing in the background. However, after doing this I no longer have the issue I had as it always just defaults to the only folder I have synced - Inbox.

    Hopefully HTC has a resolution - it's inconvenient for work when I'm waiting for my Sent Items to load, as they could be hundreds per day. Not a deal-breaker as I don't do it often, but still inconvenient.
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  19. Cactusjack

    Cactusjack Member

    Hello all. Long time reader, however this is my first post as well as my first HTC phone. My question is two fold.

    1. Is there not a way to erase all of the call history with out having to manually check a box to next to each dialed/received/missed call?

    2. When done making a call, and I want to go back into the phone to make another why does it automatically load to the phone dial pad? Is there not a way to have this phone go straight to favorites or recent history?

    Thank you for any help:)
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  20. OldCoalMiner

    OldCoalMiner Member

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  21. marctronixx

    marctronixx Well-Known Member Moderator

    1. In the stock dialer, swipe to the left to get to the call history tab. press the three dots, remove call history. Tick one of the numbers in the list, tap the three dots, select all.

    2.from the phone dial pad, swipe to the right to get to the people tab.



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  22. KOLIO

    KOLIO NOTEoriously XPOSED Guide

    WELCOME TO ANDROID FORUMS,Cactusjack!

    :party:

    To answer your questions:

    1) Go to phone>call history & tap on the 3-dot icon in the upper right corner.Tap "remove call history.Then,tap on the 3-dot icon again & you'll see an option to "select all".Then @ the bottom of the page press "delete" & you're done

    2) Go to phone & press on the 3-dot icon.Select "edit tabs".
    Long press on the tab on the right side(where the 3 lines are) & hold on & arrange the tabs in the order you desire.The one in the middle should be the default view when opening up the phone.
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  23. Cactusjack

    Cactusjack Member

    Thank you both, that has been driving me nuts. :D
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  24. KOLIO

    KOLIO NOTEoriously XPOSED Guide

    Looks like the option to change the default screen in the phone is going to persist on opening up to the dialer. :mad:

    The closest you can get to that is re-arranging the other options you desire to the left & right of the dialer.

    My apologies for the misinformation. :eek:

    You'll probably be able to find a dialer replacement app in the GOOGLE PLAY STORE that has a bit more flexibility,if you desire.

    I myself have never cared for replacement dialers,but perhaps others who've had more experience w/such will have some suggestions.
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  25. Cactusjack

    Cactusjack Member

    I thought I was doing something wrong again after trying your suggestion. I'd rather not import another dialer, as this phones stock one is fine. I guess I've just gotten used to having a phone that opens up to the last function I was using. THANKS AGAIN
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