T-Mobile pulls Desire FroYo HTC Android 2.2 update

unusual and unfitting to mussiness around a phased overhaul Desires HTC Android UK to keep to 2.2, the late T-Mobile HTC place the impermanent backdown of Desire in the UK. The ground? It was directing the German approximation!
Multiple qualifier UK I discovered a few in German application on their phone after installing period modify 2.2 and it seems that T-Mobile is presently being implemented and drew the merchandise pending the reaching of non-German approximation of the bureau in the UK. Continue reading

Remove an Android application [Android Basics]

Many Android phones do not have much space for applications. This means from time-to-time, you will need to delete old applications to make room for new applications. There is an easy way to delete Android applications and a method that takes more steps to delete the application.

Below will show you the steps how to uninstall an Android application the long way. This method is good for deleting one application at a time. To delete multiples, look for the links at the bottom of the page.

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Remove unwanted words from the user dictionary

The hard parts of having a predictive text on system on your Android phone is, you will at some point save a word you do not want to use again. For some, this may not be a big deal. For me however, it is a real annoyance.

Below are the simple instructions to find and delete the words you do not want in your Android user dictionary. The steps listed below are for Android 2.1 Eclair and Android 2.2 Froyo. Continue reading

Google Translate for Android

Google released an amazing application for Androids. Google translate gives you the ability to communicate with people who have a hard time understanding your language. Much like the web-based version, you can type in what you want to send to someone in English and Google Translate will automatically convert it to one of over 50 languages. Continue reading