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post #1 of 35 (permalink) Old 18-05-2018, 08:24 Thread Starter
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HTC One M9 problems.

Hi Y'all.
Just bought a new HTC One M9 because it's reported to have the best sounds and speakers for my defective ears.
Of course it's completely different to my present Kingzone Samsung copy and up side down. Everything is round the other way and it tries to be a bit too clever.

Anyway it's got dozens of pre installed apps I have no idea what they are or what they do unlike the dozen or so obvious ones on the old phone.
I have downloaded the manual but apart from it being 337 pages there are some things not covered.

Any idea?

Zoe Video Editor.
Car.
Drive.
Polaris office 5.
Power to give.
Peel remote.
Exchange services.
DLNA.
Mirror link.
Push client
and many others unknown to me apps.

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Try 'Gobbly-Gook' translate, but be sure to hold it upside down and view it through a mirror, then take a selfie and reduce it to a thumbnail and post it to barryd who I am sure will help you when he is sufficiently pissed on Leffe.

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Gee, thanks Geoff. Never would have thought of that on my own.

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Gee, thanks Geoff. Never would have thought of that on my own.

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You need a particularly dodgy mind to come up with that kind of stuff Ray
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Dodgy Kev. Isn't that one of the better Chinese phones? Maybe Geoff has one already.

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You're a glutton for punishment Ray!!!
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The only one on your list that I recognize is Peel Remote, it appeared on my phone (Samsung Note 4) overnight a while ago, I would love to be rid of it but so far have failed to get rid permanently, it changes the screen last thing at night and says goodnight and greets you in the morning along with trying to get you to download more rubbish apps you don't want or need.

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I can remember (some years ago) having a very convenient phone in the states. It was s Sanyo 'clam-shell' pre SIM and just worked.
You got a call and opened the clam and just talked. It was hands free if you chose and even took pictures. Battery lasted 10 days and it even knew what time zone you were in. It was the size of a B&M matchbox.

Now blooming 'smart' phones some swipe to answer, some tap to answer and thats if you can see what your doing in bright light. The audio is crap and the batteries are even worse.
This is hardly progress if you don't need a phone to turn on the heating or kettle while you are out. Tell you what the headlines are and get annoying social media messages.

Am I the only one who remembers what phones used to be like?

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I still have a couple of Nokia 6310s which work fine, stupid battery life too
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