Htc location service

 

Turning off a location source (for example GPS) means no applications on HTC One will collect your location data through that location source.

A full menu of communications services are available from HTC , including local phone service , digital cable, Internet access, cable modems, DSL, long distance, home ...

HTC Location Services . Select this option to set your home and work address for precise location and personal usage with HTC Sense Home. Tap > > Settings.

Htc location service

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Turning off a location source (for example GPS) means no applications on HTC One will collect your location data through that location source.

A full menu of communications services are available from HTC , including local phone service , digital cable, Internet access, cable modems, DSL, long distance, home ...

HTC Location Services . Select this option to set your home and work address for precise location and personal usage with HTC Sense Home. Tap > > Settings.

HTC has for many years impressed us with its smartphones. From the days of enormous slide-out keyboard- equipped Windows Mobile models like the TyTN2 through creating the first Android phone, the G1 , to the recent arrival of stunning touch-screen models like the Legend , they've seldom failed to produce one of our favourite phones of any given year. Leading the charge for ever grander accolades is the HTC Desire, the company's latest full touch-screen Android smartphone.

The phone's build quality is also reflected in its buttons that are firmly seated yet have a nice light action with a reassuring defined break so you know when you've pressed them. Said buttons consist of a volume rocker on the left edge, that combined power and screen lock button on the top, and a set of navigation keys under the screen. From left to right we have the Home, Menu, Optical Trackball, Back, and Search buttons. The trackball is set flush with the body of the handset and detects your finger movements using an optical sensor, which works very effectively though it doesn't quite feel as accurate as true trackballs. Pressing it in selects the item you've highlighted.

Nevertheless, with a proper headphone jack on the top edge, a micro-USB socket on the bottom for charging and syncing, and a microSD slot under the back cover, at least the Desire doesn't make any silly slip-ups with proprietary connections and the like (though you do have to remove the battery to get to the microSD card, which is a tad annoying). Also, with Wi-Fi, 7.2Mbps HSDPA, 2Mbps HSUPA, GPS, and quad-band support all on-board, connectivity is also cutting edge.