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just like the rest of the hd2, the battery is also shi7,
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The battery I got with the phone only lasted 9 months of light use before it died, and this one for sale on amazon is EXACTLY the same model. Perhaps this is because the phone has such a large screen, so maybe its not the batterys fault, but 9 months aint a long time.......
The phone has turned out to be a very unreliable piece of shi7 anyway, so maybe I shouldnt take my anger out on this battery...........
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Initial post: 12 Feb 2011 11:28:31 GMT
Last edited by the author on 12 Feb 2011 11:29:53 GMT
Ziheng Zhang says:
joke, hd2 is a piece of sh7t? obviously you are not smart enough to use WM which is painful for iphone-lovers... i admit WM is not user friendly. But it's the only 'smart' phone in the market. Android and iphone OS are too naive.
And if you don't like WM, you can flash your hd2 to Android system. That's other 'smart' phone can't do!
In reply to an earlier post on 14 Jun 2011 17:11:47 BDT
Andy W says:
I flashed my HD2 to android a year ago, haven't looked back. It's a good device with a fast processor and using Android transforms it, no more battery problems either.
In reply to an earlier post on 15 Jun 2011 09:35:42 BDT
andy e t says:
You misunderstood me - I had no problem with WM, but the hd2 itself (and battery) was a piece of crap. The "sense" UI made no sense, and the hd2 would have been better for it. My blackberry was a better phone, and I currently own a nexus S. I miss MS office on my hd2, but thats all. I never have or will own an apple product
Posted on 3 May 2012 10:02:52 BDT
Having had an HD2 for ages I really cannot understand what all the carping is abuot. WM works well and reasonably gfast, HTC Sense likewise. The phone serves well for internet access, email, etc as well as using OS maps (etc) for navigation and locational work. I am often away form home in the Uk and overseas and with a very heavy email (etc) load I rarely run out of battery befor ethe end of a long day - if I do I simply switch off and put the spare (charged) battery in instead. Not something that you can do with an iPhone or may other so-caled 'smart' phones.
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