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T-Mobile UK - 2.2 Froyo version what are the differences from Full HTC version?

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by gadget_freak, Sep 23, 2010.

  1. gadget_freak

    gadget_freak New Member
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    Hi All,

    Does anyone know the main differences between the full HTC version of 2.2 and the T-Mobile version that has just been rolled out?

    From what I have seen in some articles the camera and camcorder functions / look and feel haven't changed... anybody else know of differences other than the addition of crappy new apps i didn't ask for... thanks T-Mobile [​IMG]

    Cheers

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  2. alan hanson

    alan hanson Well-Known Member
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    think its just that just them adding in some random apps
     
  3. ross607

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  4. ynwa

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    That looks much better. Why is that not in HTCs Froyo? Not even a carrier decision.
     
  5. alan hanson

    alan hanson Well-Known Member
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    liking that layout
     
  6. gadget_freak

    gadget_freak New Member
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    Yes, shame it is not on the new update. Looked like nice improvements to the camera / video and gallery functions
     
  7. markjwilson

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    I hate the fact that they have got rid of the option to never let the screen timeout..

    It's a real pain, if you are using the navigation/google maps
     
  8. snowmobile

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    When I'm using navigation the screen stays on so not sure why yours doesn't.

    If you are charging while using navigation then there is still an option in settings to keep the screen awake while charging. You'll find it under Applications > Development.
     
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