One thing I learned the hard way; don't use Speedtest.net (app or website) to test your data speeds unless it's on WiFi. When I first got my phone...
Well, here are my settings from K9:
SMTP server = mail.optonline.net
Security = none
Port = 587
Require sign-in: on
Authentication = plain
Why are you using an optonline server for a yahoo account?
Set outgoing server port to 587.
Exactly. Amperage rating isn't a rating of output, it's a limit of how much juice can be "sucked out" by the device it's plugged into.
Can't do it without some serious modifying. It's not actually it's own .apk but part of settings.apk.
Download this then install it in recovery:
I've been using this:
[Q] HELP How to STOP update popup? - Page 3 - xda-developers
The 1st one worked for me (so far).
You can't update the binary, but the new version of SuperUser should allow you to use the old binary.
The display being a high % of battery use is a good thing, no? That means there is little drain when the phone is idle due to background apps and...
Anyone having issues updating to the new version of Superuser? My Epic is rooted using One Click Root 2.5.5 and I'm using TZ kernel 1.1.0. When I...
you could also try this, but be very very careful
[HOW TO] Update your PRL manually (EPIC 4G) - xda-developers
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Open Go SMS>Menu>Settings>Receive Settings>uncheck "Disable other message notification"
I'll choose option 2. Will that have any unintended consequences?
not using a rom, just a rooted kernel (twilightzone)
1. There is no "official" way to root, since rooting voids your phone's warranty. To me, the "cleanest" way is the one-click-root method.
Even better question, will I be able to NOT update to GB when it comes out? When I had my Epic, the update to Froyo was forced and it screwed up...
Download the Speedtest.net app from the market.
Before you rooted, the Epic would ALWAYS show you had a 3G signal even when you didn't. The ROM and kernel you rooted with fixes that.
I was under the impression that a nandroid backup doesn't backup the kernel, at least not under cw 2.5.
Hold the power button until you see the shutdown screen. There will be an option to toggle airplane mode. Turn it off.
I use one and it doesn't seem to make much of a difference.