Problems with New Droid IncredibleGeneral


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  1. PMG

    PMG Active Member This Topic's Starter

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    I've been salivating over a new Android phone for a month or so now and Just got one on Sat 30th. Overall I LOVE the Driod Incredible, but I've noticed a few issues:

    (1) The phone has rebooted itself twice in the last 2 days. Is this normal? Is it doing updates that need a reboot or something?
    (2) How do I view the OS's error log?
    (3) How do I mass delete or mark read multiple emails in the HTC email app?
    (Found the fix for this one already)
    (4) When switching between WiFi APs (like home & Work) it seems that I have to turn the WiFi OFF first, and then back on. Otherwise it will SAY it is connected, but not have any connectivity...
    (5) I don't seem to be able to d/l any market apps on 3G, only on WiFi.
    (6) Just recently, I started having a problem where I cant d/l any market apps at all. I shows "started downloading" but never completes.
    (7) I cant seem to add multiple "Favorites" for the same person (ie: Home, Work & Cell).

    Any help would be much appreciated!
    Thanks!
     

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  2. PMG

    PMG Active Member This Topic's Starter

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    Oh, and one more
    (8) All the email that gets downloaded to the phone gets marked "read" in Outlook on My PC.

    I *REALLY* need a way to disable that!

    Thanks.
     
  3. Incredible Kate

    Incredible Kate New Member

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    Do you mind telling me how to mark multiple emails as read? I get so much junk & am getting really frustrated!!! Thanks!
     
  4. jamor

    jamor Well-Known Member

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    I don't think there is a multiple setting on the Gmail app..

    I think they need to add a 'delete all spam messages' like they do in the real gmail.

    I might try HTC Mail for gmail and see how it fairs.
     
  5. iowabowtech

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    Try checking the box in Outlook for "leave a copy of messages on the server". It's under advanced email properties or similar, haven't done it in awhile so can't remember exactly where to find it.
     
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    PMG Active Member This Topic's Starter

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    There is no such setting on the HTC mail app. You must be thinking of the settings in Outlook (software for PC)
     
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    PMG Active Member This Topic's Starter

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    In the HTC mail app, in the main inbox window without any emails selected, click MENU and then select DELETE. A window will pop up that lets you select multiple emails to delete all at once.

    There is no such feature for the Gmail app. But you can forgo using the gmail app and just access your gmail from the HTC email app.
     

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