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Facebook Home, the Android skin of Facebook, has had its first update. The update consists primarily of bug fixes. The social network took the opportunity to announce that the skin has already passed one million downloads milestone.
Facebook Home issued a limited number of Android devices barely a month ago. Through detours was to install on unsupported devices the skin and that, according to Facebook more than 10,000 times happened. Impressions of Facebook Home nevertheless were not very positive and it is unclear how many people actually leave the skin after installation. Currently, Facebook Home averaged 2.2 out of 5 possible stars received from users, with more than half only assigns a star. Facebook also is aware of the complaints and are investigating what they can do to offer a better experience. The update is now launched, but they carry no major improvements in the user experience, unless you suffer from encountered bugs.
Speculation about HTC's upcoming android forerunner continues with a couple of new photos that represent the unity we so far know as M7. The new images are similar to the computer-generated image, which brought to mind an iPhone 5.
It has been discussed on the web the last few hours whether these pictures are real or not. Both the usual photos and product image that looks to be official, however, show the same drive and the same new interface. Someone seems undeniably have manipulated such text in the widget, but if we assume that the images are real because we can observe several things about HTC's next top model.
First, the position of android buttons has been changed. Home button is on the far right, multitasking button is located in the center while the back button is on the far left. Although it is difficult to tell from the pictures, the buttons may be virtual and part of the interface.
We also see that HTC continued to downplay his own Sense interface. The battery icon in the status bar has a little different layout and which gives the icons a simpler, flatter and cleaner design. We are expecting to see more of the HTC M7 until the phone finally gets an announcement during the Mobile World Congress in late February.
HTC is releasing a remastered version of the hit mobile One X. Plus version can we better performance and more memory.
HTC continues to confuse us with their different naming strategies. Now is the plus sign applying to see which model gets a boost in performance, and first up is the HTC One X +. While the size of the body and the screen is intact, the colour scheme changed slightly. It is now matte black that apply, such as HTC One S. The weight increased slightly in 135 grams, hardly a dramatic change when the One X weighs 130 grams. The major changes are in place on the inside, with Nvidia's Tegra 3 processor gets a lift to the 1.7 GHz per core. One X + also comes with Android 4.1, Jellybean pre-installed from scratch, an update to be released to the One X One and S. Jellybean also follow HTC's latest version of Sense, aptly named Sense 4 +. pinch HTC also In more memory in the One X +, either 32 or 64 GB depending on which version you choose. The battery will also increase its capacity to 2100 mAh, which according to HTC will provide 37 percent longer talk time. HTC One X +, along with the update to Jellybean for One X One, and S, to be released this October. No prices have been set yet.
Several users of the HTC One X reports that cell phone loses WiFi signal about a particular grip is taken of.
The problem is called "Grip of Life "at XDA Developers. It's on their forum a great multitude users of HTC X One have signed up to pay attention to HTC about the problem. "Grip of Life" alludes to the classic "Grip of Death", or the death grip, which hit the iPhone 4th Phone is lost, simply call coverage if you held it in a certain way. Here it is the opposite, HTC One X, stronger signal strength for WiFi if you press lightly with your fingers on the screen and the back, between the camera and volume keys. There are several movies that demonstrate this phenomenon on XDA Developers, and the thread has a lot of users that identifies the same problem in their versions of HTC One X. The users have put together some tips on what you can do about the problem. The obvious is to return the phone to HTC, but there are more adventurous options. By opening the phone and follow the wizard on XDA Developers you can fix the problem, although it is not recommend. HTC has released an official comment on the problem to the site Recombu and commented: "HTC is committed to providing a high quality product and a great experience for all our customers. We will investigate all reported problems and if a hardware or software change may improve the customer experience will be issued to all our relevant appliances in accordance with our standard procedures. We apologize for any inconvenience our customers have experienced and appreciate your patience as we work quickly to investigate this issue.“ A representative from HTC monitors the thread and has asked users to contact him personally with information about life-grip. We have tried to reach HTC in UK and were promised a comment that we come back with.
Protect your HTC One S wih this beautiful piece of original HTC accessories. Leather HTC One S case is made of the highest quality materials, that will provide all-round protection for your new smartphone. This slim pouch will keep your HTC One S safe and sound, and you can carry your smartphone in a pocket or bag, without having to worry about it getting damaged.
This time, again, HTC didn't disappoint their customers with this great smartphone with improved processor, HD screen, and many, many more amazing functions. Take a look at the video: