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Support problem in wildfire s

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by mazhar_comsian, Jul 23, 2013.

  1. mazhar_comsian

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    how are u. hope you will be fine because i am nt fine of using ur company's cell phone. i am tired of using ur brand. when ever i installed any application it directly installed into internal phone memry and it is vry insufficient. i spend my whole money on htc wildfire s and got disappointed after using it. i assure you that if u can not over come this problem of mine i will never use it again nor recommend my friends to use any htc phones.
     

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  2. Frisco

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    Hello mazhar_comsian. Welcome. I've placed your remarks about your device in the Wildfire S sub-forum. Perhaps you'll get some help or comments on the issues you mention.

    We are Android Forums. Here is the HTC support line #:

    Customer service: 1 (866) 449-8358 (Consumer)

    Here is their Wiki page, with more info on the company:

    HTC - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    And here is the HTC forum here at Android Forums:

    HTC - Android Forums

    Good luck. Thank you for joining Android Forums. :)
     
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    Add a micro SD card, and move all apps you can onto the card. Or, if you're not worried about warranty you can unlock the bootloader - See this thread:
    http://androidforums.com/wildfire-s-all-things-root/480954-guide-how-root-wildfire-s-s.html

    and either install a custom ROM (Wildchild3 is VERY good and stable from here:
    http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1842771
    or root it, repartition your micro-SD card (16 GB is a good size, the phone can handle up to 32GB cards) as follows:

    partition 1 - FAT32 13.5 GB
    Partition 2 - EXT2 - 2GB
    partition 3 - 512MB - Linux Swap.

    install Ling2SD from the play store and install apps as you want and move/link them to the SD card. I've got over 30 installed apps and around 75Mb free space.

    I've rooted 2 Wildfire S's using this process. It's not hard, but read and understand what's involved before doing anything.

     

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