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H symbol with up arrow constantly on? should it be?

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by eamonnl2004, Apr 8, 2010.

  1. eamonnl2004

    eamonnl2004 Member
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    As title, dies it mean my phone is constantly uploading or something?
     

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  2. serenity

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    If the arrows are solid white then yes your HSDPA connection is in use. Do you have "enable always-on mobile data" checked in settings? If you do thats probably why its always on!
     
  3. eamonnl2004

    eamonnl2004 Member
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    Turned that off should it be off? It's still there switching between h and g what's the difference? I wish they would have put a manual with this phone
     
  4. The_Verse

    The_Verse Well-Known Member
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    I wondered what the H was, too. It normally only happens as I'm switching on 3G.
     
  5. gd123

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    The manual is on the sd card
     
  6. lekky

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    Check my guide like ramanmilan suggested.

    serenity is half right, enabling always on mobile data doesn't mean that the arrows will be filled with white all the time. That signifies that some app is actually using the data connection actively, none-filled in arrows just means there is a signal there if any apps wishes to use it.
     
  7. serenity

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    Had a wee look at your guide.. thanks for that! Quick question what does the always on option do.. ie if i have it off my apps can still poll the connection automatically just as they do when on whats the difference??... ok probably a very NOOB question... sorry:p not used to being so "new" at technology (a now ex windows mobile user of many years.. had the very first PDA devices on CE! :eek:)
     
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