HTC ONE accessories (discussion, user reviews)Accessories

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  1. redraptor

    redraptor Well-Known Member

    zagg is good stuff and not TOO hard once you get used to putting it on. The trick is to:

    -spray and clean phone
    -spray phone but do not wipe clean
    -spray BOTH sides of the shield

    Its REALLY easy since everything is covered in liquid. Its easier to line up, easier to squeegee and is totally bubble free. You just need to wait a couple hours for the liquid to dry under the shield before the streaking will go away. Trust me, Ive done HUNDREDS of them at Best Buy.

    Now the static cling shields (Ie. 500 of them for $1 on amazon) are insane to me. I can not and will not ever mess with those. *Shudders*

  2. KOLIO

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  3. PyroSporker

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  4. clsA

    clsA Well-Known Member

    here is the Dock I got seems to work ok so far Charger for HTC One M7: Cell Phones & Accessories

    word of warning though, the usb cable that came with mine was junk ..use the HTC cable that comes with the phone and you should be ok
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  5. sikclown

    sikclown Well-Known Member

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  6. I've used the Zagg screen protectors mentioned in previous posts. I have one on my Galaxy Tab 10.1 and if I do end up getting a screen protector for my One, that's the one I'm going to use. There's both a full body and screen only protection - HTC One Screen Protector | invisibleSHIELD by ZAGG. It might cost a little more, but that'll probably be the only screen protector that I'll have to put on.

    For the Galaxy Tab that is a HUGE screen, but I covered it with little trouble and there's zero bubbling (after the liquid dried underneath). I was a little worried when I first put it on because I saw a couple small bubbles that I couldn't get out, but they completely went away in a day or so. Had I used a little more spray that might not have happened.
  7. KOLIO

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    I had one of these on my GALAXY S3 & it's a quality product,works well w/o the overheating that you may get w/other battery cases.

    If you're seriously considering getting this,I HIGHLY recommend that you visit BEST BUY & actually take it out of the package & get look/feel before buying it, vs. waiting for an on-line deal & buying it sight un-seen.

    This case adds more bulk/size than your typical case & those that are averse to the increase in size/weight will not want to spend the $ just to find this out after the purchase.

    I myself won't mind the added size,but,w/all the great battery life reports from those who've chimed in on the user review thread,I'm holding off unless I find the need for it.
  8. clsA

    clsA Well-Known Member

    I would never consider a mophie on my One. I do have a ZaggSparq 2.0 if I ever get in a real pinch.
  9. towg

    towg Member

    I took another shot to better illustrate what the case looks like:

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  10. FanboyofLife

    FanboyofLife Member

    So I got the HTC one yesterday and I personally have earbuds that I use and never even think about using the ones that phones usually come with.. So today I was going through the box and saw the earbuds... they caught my eye because the actual bud was red.. So I said, "why not" and I opened them up. I was at first shocked at how thin the coil is and then put them on. I was blown away how snug they felt and the sound that came out of them. I'm not going to lie I am very surprised at how nice these earbuds are. I recommend all of you to try them out before you throw them to the side thinking they are average.
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  11. cnsideu

    cnsideu Member

    Seem to be great earbuds. I honesty think they are of Beats lineage. Share a whole lot of build features and they are a HTC partener after all.
  12. FanboyofLife

    FanboyofLife Member

    It would seem that way... Even so. I am really not a fan of the Beats headphones I think their price outshines the quality. But, these are awesome... and FREE!!
  13. ironman187

    ironman187 Well-Known Member

    I agree, however, I sampled the earbuds that came with my wife's S3...utter garbage in terms of sound quality, anything would be an upgrade from those. Oh, and they are not free, you paid for them, although eliminating them would have only dropped the price of your phone a few bucks lol.
  14. FanboyofLife

    FanboyofLife Member

    Can't look at it that way... I look at it as I paid for a phone and anything else that came with it is extra.. Put it like this if they wanted to they could have thrown in S3 garbage and charged the same price or nothing and charged the same price. The phone itself would be the exact same no matter what accessories come with it. I do agree though, I had an S3 holy shit they sucked. Almost as bad as the iphone earbuds lol
  15. JimKnuckles

    JimKnuckles Well-Known Member

    If you have beats headphones with a device loaded with beats audio, such as these phones, nothing compares. Before I got my beats earbuds, I would have the volume at max level. With beats earbuds, I typically only go halfway because it sound and bass is so loud.

    Just beats headsets by themselves aren't as good if you aren't listening to a device that has beats loaded in
  16. FanboyofLife

    FanboyofLife Member

    Just wish HTC would market themselves correctly and not making this a hidden gem but something they actually talk about in their commercials..
  17. JMac202

    JMac202 Well-Known Member

    They are Beats buds. I think they are the touring model minus the branding. I saw a set on ATT's website. Some slight differences but essentially the same thing.
  18. ironman187

    ironman187 Well-Known Member

    lol yeah, I listened to a few seconds of music through them and almost chucked them right in the garbage can! Anyway, so you are then telling me that the charger and USB cable are also freebies? You absolutely MUST look at it that way, if it came in the box, or even came with the phone, you paid for it somewhere, someway.
  19. towg

    towg Member

    They are ok. Though I cant understand why HTC didn't put a remote that controls playback/volume on them.
  20. mattjlomax

    mattjlomax Active Member

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  22. broadwayblue

    broadwayblue Well-Known Member

    Two days in my One's battery life has exceeded my expectations. That said, I ordered a uNu Enerpak Tube Universal Battery Pack (5,000mAh) for $29.99 yesterday. It's only 1A (some other models appear to charge at 2.1A) but I was looking for something reasonably priced, relatively small, and in an aesthetically pleasing form factor. The Unu sounds like the perfect combination as a couple emergency charges should be more than sufficient for my needs. Anyone have one of these?

    uNu Enerpak Tube Flashlight Universal Battery Pack for Smartphones and Tablets | uNu
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  24. AntimonyER

    AntimonyER AF Addict VIP Member

    For 99.99 I'll take one, then resell it! ;)
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  25. KOLIO

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    Can't wait to see this pop-up in their Sunday newspaper ad,got lots of questions to ask some poor,unfortunate sales associate............:p ;)

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