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HTC Desire C: First look at the budget smartphone


Friday 15th of June 2012 / androidcentral.com
With three new Android devices released in the past few months, HTC have been pretty busy on the 'high end' side of things. Luckily they haven't forgotten about the low end market, as the Desire C launches as the company's new budget offering.It may not have the best specs, but it doesn't need them with its target market. What it does offer though is the latest version of Android, Ice Cream Sandwich, as well as Sense 4.0 which many Android lovers have grown to be fond of.For the price, which is around the £180 mark on pay-as-you-go, you get reasonable value for money. There's a smooth Android experience with decent build quality, which we have come to expect from HTC.Taking a further look at what's powering the HTC Desire C, we only get a 600MHz Snapdragon processor, which doesn't sound like much. However, coupled with its 512MB or RAM the device performs surprisingly fluidly. Its 3.5-inch screen may not have the highest resolution, and in comparison to its big brothers, the One X and One S, seem a little washed out. But you are never going to g
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HTC Desire C appears in Vodafone’s latest product catalog


Monday 14th of May 2012 / androidheadlines.com
Another product render of the device codenamed HTC Golf has made it our way courtesy of Vodafone Portugal’s latest product catalog. As was first suggested last week, the the phone that looks like an infant member of the One family should launch as the HTC Desire C. The listing provides official details on the phone’s specs, confirming the Desire C’s 3.5-inch HVGA display, 5MP camera, and 600MHz processor. The handset will run Android 4.0.No official announcement has been made by HTC or Vodafone, but one could be coming soon. A release this month seems likely.[via GSMArena]…Continue Reading HereHTC Desire C appears in Vodafone’s latest product catalogKevin Krause – phandroid.com
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HTC Desire C review


Sunday 15th of July 2012 / androidcentral.com
HTC proves budget doesn't mean last generation software, with the £150 Desire C carrying Ice Cream Sandwich and Sense 4.0When buying a smartphone on a budget, compromises often need to be made, usually with screen size, and quality, overall horsepower. Butsadly, too often the user experience also suffers. However much you're spending on an Android phone, no-one wants to come away with a device running year-old software or a clunky manufacturer skin.Enter HTC -- we've all seen the One series, the mammoth One X, the superb middle ground in the One S, and the entry offering in the One V.But there's now a younger sibling, the HTC Desire C. While it may be small, not to mention less spec-filled than many AC readers would belooking for, it offers up something that too many devices launched throughout the first half of 2012 have lacked --Android 4.0. Not just that,the Desire C also brings HTC Sense 4.0 with it too -- and all for just £150. Sounds great, right? Find out how the Desire C measures up after the break.Android 4.0 and the same Sense 4.0 you get from i
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Rogers may start offering HTC Desire C soon


Monday 09th of July 2012 / androidheadlines.com
With Sony Xperia Ion heading to Rogers, customers are presented with a wider variety of high-end smartphones to choose from. But for those who don’t necessarily need all the bells and whistles that the latest and greatest phone can provide, the Canadian carrier has one entry-level smartphone from HTC that might just fit the bill.According to Mobile Syrup, Rogers is planning to offer the HTC Desire C soon.  While it hasn’t been confirmed yet, they have gotten hold of a leaked screenshot that shows cases of the Desire C designated for the carrier. If accurate, we should be hearing more from Rogers of the Desire C’s release date soon.Not being a part of th…Continue Reading HereRogers may start offering HTC Desire C soonBams Sadewo – androidauthority.com
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HTC Desire CDMA S-OFF but no root


Monday 05th of March 2012 / forums.androidcentral.com
Hello, before I get started I would like to say sorry, if I am posting in the wrong place. That being said, I need your guy's help... I have a HTC Desire CDMA from Us Cellular with Froyo 2.2. At first I thought Froyo 2.2 couldn't be rooted from what I read, but then I found AlphaRevX and read that it could root your phone. This is what my phone started off with:BravoC DVT2 SHIP S-ONHBOOT - 1.06.0000Microp - 051eTouch Panel - SYNT0101RADIO - 2.15.00.11.16Dec 22 2010, 16:16:39 I tried to root my phone using Jereso's How to root HBOOT 1.06 guide. Found . I followed his instructions down to step 6. Step 6 states: Once completed, your phone should be rooted and S-OFF, but not recovery. Close AlphaRevX and install Titanium Backup from the market to see if you have root, and follow the Backup guide after finishing the next few steps. In case you're just S-OFF, but no root access, you have two options: Try SuperOneClick: Or Try unrEVOked found in the 0.98 HBOOT Guide. So I just have S-OFF, but no root. My phone is now:-Revolutionary-BravoC DVT2 SHIP S-OFFHBOOT - 6.06.1002MicroP - 051eT
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[Q] How to root HTC Desire C ?


Tuesday 03rd of July 2012 / androidforums.com
* Please Don't move this thread,I know there is a forum for this phone but it's not famous , so...i probably won't get any answerI need a tutorial to root HTC Desire C , most tutorials that i saw aren't really helpfulany help will be appreciated
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HTC Desire C: HTC’s $260 Ice Cream Sandwich Phone


Monday 14th of May 2012 / androidheadlines.com
 It’s no secret that HTC was the first phone manufacturer in the world to bring us a quad core Tegra 3 packing smartphone (HTC One X), and with all the hooplah about quad core devices and mid to high end dual core devices, where’s the low end love? Well, with the HTC Desire C, not only will you get a phone running Ice Cream Sandwich, you’ll get it at the very low price of 260 US dollars (200 euros), making it one of the cheapst ICS options out there from a tier 1 manufacturer. The device was spotted in Portugal, despite that fact that it hasn’t been announced (who…Continue Reading HereHTC Desire C: HTC’s $260 Ice Cream Sandwich Phoneandroidpit.com
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htc desire c S-off Tutorial


Thursday 15th of August 2013 / androidforums.com
hi!please can someone help me to s-off my rooted HTC Desire C:CID_E11= DutchMain Version: 2.00.401.4Radio: 10.17.98.09h_1.15.98.04Android Version: 4.0.3Bootloader: Unlocked.i need first to download the Original Rom where can i find it? download Link Pleaseand after that give me an instructions of how to s-off my device.thanx in advance.
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htc desire bravo s-off


Wednesday 25th of September 2013 / androidforums.com
hi sorry im new here so dont kno if this q is in right place ? but was wonderin if any 1 can place help me with my phone ? it's vibrates 7 times & stays on boot screen :_(
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HTC Desire C Bricked on Software Update


Wednesday 25th of December 2013 / androidforums.com
Hi all.I was offered a system update on my HTC Desire C and I accepted it. While it was downloading/ installing I was moving in and out of cell coverage. It got stuck on the "HTC Quietly Brilliant" screen for 2 hours.I turned it off and it won't get past that point now. It will just get to that screen and stay there for hours. I tried hard factory reset. No help.I don't know how to fix it. Can anyone help?HBOOT says:*** LOCKED ***GOLFU PVT SHIP S-ON RLHBOOT-1.31.0000RADIO-1.19.98.02eMMC-bootJul 12 2013, 15:44:30I'm not experienced with this kind of thing so all help really appreciated.
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