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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by newdriod, Jul 31, 2010.

  1. newdriod

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    I am a new andriod owner, my first. I've had an iPhone and blackberry.
    I am hoping some of you can help me with the learning curve.
    Is there no built in storage? Is everything on the 8gig card? I wish I could see what is on the card.
    Rooting....does this allow the phone to perform like stock, but allow me to do the wi-fi hot spot for free? I have also heard that I can tether via USB, not sure how to do this.
    I have the killer app killer but other than that,the apps are entertainment.
    Any info would be helpful
    Thank you!

    I feel as though I am not nearly using this phone to it's potential.
     

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    What's a dried?



    and Google and the search funtion on this board could answer your questions.
    They are you friends.

    Good luck.
     
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    And what's a driod?


    FYI, the Evo is NOT a droid. Droid's are only on Verizon. The Evo runs Android, not droid.

    Yes there is. Menu-Settings-Sd and phone storage.

    Huh?

    Astro File Manager. Or connect the Evo to a computer.

    Pretty much.

    Ummm, not hard. Connect Evo to PC, select Internet Sharing. If you want to do this for free you need an app called PDAnet.

    Most people on here DONT use app killers. They cause more harm than good.
     
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