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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by almiran-t, Oct 28, 2010.

  1. almiran-t

    almiran-t New Member
    Thread Starter

    Oct 28, 2010
    im new here and i have some questions about my new phone, htc desire.

    1. How can acces my SD card?
    2. How can i choose where to store my apps, photos and videos?
    3. Any tricks so my battery last longer?
    4. Why does my battery lasts les than 1 day?
    5. Can it be because i have running apps that i cant see?
    6. How can i see running apps?
    tnx very much to all help!
    and i hope this thread helps other people to!


  2. SUroot

    SUroot Well-Known Member

    May 25, 2010
    UK Technical Lead; Desktop Support
    Riddlesden, West Yorkshire, UK
    Media is stored in SD card. This OS best due to limited internal space. If you are in 2.2, you can move some apps to SD by settings, applications, manage applications, move to SD in.each app.

    Download astro file manager or similar to browse.

    See my Sig for battery issues.
  3. SlugForAButt

    SlugForAButt Member

    Sep 20, 2010
    Hi almiran-t. Hope I can help a little.

    1. As danfrance suggested, ASTRO file manager is like explorer for your SD card. Get it free from the market.

    2. If you ROOT your phone. You can use an app called APPS2SD to send apps to your SD card instead of cluttering up your limited phone memory.
    Simple guide here - HTC Desire - [GUIDE] Rootin & Flashing ROM

    3. Your battery and Android OS will take a week or two of use to bed in and get more efficient. DON'T use a TaskKiller as this will stop Android OS optimising itself for you. Then calibrate your battery (worked a treat for me).
    Guide here (bold text) - Official response from HTC RE: How to double battery Life (WORKS!) + 2nd Reply - xda-developers

    4. Follow steps in 3.

    5. Follow steps in 3.

    6. Menu/Settings/Applications/Running services.

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