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Very handy when the accelerator pump stopped working on my old car.
Anyone have MMS working on their Android with 3 mobile? I didn't buy my phone off 3, it worked initially but the internet needed to be set-up, I set the internet up and now I can't download MMS, I have tried resetting and put in the values on the 3 website but still won't download. Hoping someone can post up their working settings.
You'll need to be using 3services, otherwise you get an external IP and MMS won't work.
APNs | Ausdroid
My 3 Services does not seem to do anything.. I have 3 here, 2 with Radial Dials.
3 Services----Radial Dial
3 Internet----Radial Dial
I'd be making sure your APNs match those in the linki gave, they are the right ones for Three
I played with a friends Ipad 2 yesterday for a while, yes it has great functionality, but the ability to jot handwritten notes and sketch on it is very poor, which rules it out for the main purposes that I would use a tablet PC for..
I wonder how they are going to keep these chips cool? I purchased a bunch of HTC HD2s for a project that have the 1ghz Snapdragon chip and a couple of them started overheating to the point where they continuously rebooted every few minutes. I was overseas and managed to keep one going for important work by holding an ice cube against it.
edit: also my understanding is the dual cores do not have to work as hard to do the same tasks, so therefore run cooler, and are better on battery life.
I know I dropped my phone at least once and wondered if the CPU was attached to the case has a heat sink and maybe something separated. Not sure about the other one, we sent them both back to Telstra and got them back with new mother boards and had no problems since. Just seemed weird that they got so hot, we could actually feel the heat right where the SIM card was. I got another SIM card in case that was the problem but no luck.
Just realised, the HTC HD2 runs windows 6.5 and not Android.
Did a quick google and it seems there was a problem with windows making the processor run very high constantly or something.
Probably what your problem was.
Next time get Android heh.
Ha, yeah, could be, maybe WinMo was getting the CPU to do something continuously, but then a factory reset didn't help. We're hanging out for the development environment we work with, VisualCE, to come in Android.
Wouldn't Duel core processors also have a high surface area to volume ratio therefore increasing the heat transfer rate
Yeah I meant that because of the greater surface area to volume ratio they could cool faster, all other things equal.