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Huawei U8180 Built-In Apps


Thursday 05th of July 2012 / androidforums.com
Following is a list of all built-in apps on my Huawei U8180. I like to know what apps can be removed safely without affecting the phone's main functions, e.g. SMS, internet, GPS. App Can be removed? (yes/no) Account and sync settings account Accounts Android keyboard 2.2.2 Android live wallpapers 2.2.2 Androidhwext 2.2.2 Application widgets Bluetooth pairings Bluetooth share 2.2.2 Browser 2.2.2 Certificate installer 2.2.2 Clock 2.2.2 Com.android.providers.application Com.android.providers.userdictionary Com.google.android.feedback 2.2 Contacts contacts_v200r002c00 Contacts storage contacts provider Contacts sync adapter 2.2.1 Country, language, time zone Dialer 2.2.2 Dialler storage 2.2.2 Download manager 2.2.2 Drm protected content storage 2.2.2 Drmdialog 2.2.2 Email 2.2.2 Facebook 1.5.2 File manager 1.1. First booted FM radio 1.0 Gallery 2.2.2 Gmail 2.3.4.1 Google backup transport 2.2.1 Google partner setup 2.2.1 Google search 1.1.2.64376 Google services framework 2.2.2 Home screen tips 1.0 Html viewer 2.2.2 Huawei launcher 2.1.0 Latin input me
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Google VP Jabs at Nokia via Twitter


Wednesday 09th of February 2011 / android.net
Google VP of engineering Vic Gundotra, recently took a funny jab at Nokia via a Tweet. The setup for this 'verbal' poke is that Nokia will soon hold its Capital Markets Day press event on Friday, February 11 in which they will announce what new OS they will partner with for their smartphones. Also, recently Nokia's CEO, Stephen Elop, said that he believes Nokia is years behind other competitors like the iOS and Android, and that the company has to do better in the smartphone OS battles. Furthermore, most insider info in the industry suggests that Nokia has decided to go with 'Windows Mobile 7' as its new OS of choice to replace or operate alongside Symbian and Meego.Thus was born Mr Gundotra's Twitter comment above. He is probably referring to the combination of Nokia and Microsoft. His comment is pretty hilarious in that 'oh noes... did he just say that? Snap!' kinda way...Source: SlashGear
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No 3G service


Saturday 24th of April 2010 / droidforums.net
i installed chevys 3.1 rom and this morning when i woke up i have no icon where the 3g thing used to be its just not there no 1x no 3g the only thing that shows up is the wifi icon if i turn it on if wifi is not on then nothing will load no webpages no apps that use data im freaking out what do i do?i get a force close when i turn the phone on it says google partner setup process com.google.android.partnersetup has stopped unexpectedly
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Is there anyway to reset the OS to factory default?


Thursday 19th of November 2009 / androidforums.com
So I installed PandaBeta for the Droid, and although it was cool, I uninstalled it because it was lacking the features I really wanted (it is in beta after all). After I uninstalled it, my phone has been acting semi goofy, and I noticed there are some new things that show up in Taskiller that weren't there before:1.) Google Partner Setup (I don't even know what this is)2.) com.google.android.apps.maps:FriendService3.) Bluetooth Share (I never use bluetooth)4.) com.weather.Weather:gadgetPrivateProcess5.) Voice Dialer6.) com.Twidroid:remoteNow I don't know if those are supposed to be there, but if they are supposed to be there, they were never there UNTIL I installed PandaBeta. My big issue though is I have noticed my phone acting semi weird (could have just been a fluke).I just made a 1 hour phone call and when I went to hangup, the screen never woke up. So I hit the unlock button, nothing happened. I open the keyboard, nothing happened. The phone was on because when I opened the keyboard, the keyboard was backlit. This never happened before the uninstall.Anyway, is there anyway to re
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Google VP Jabs at Nokia via Twitter


Wednesday 09th of February 2011 / droidforums.net
Google VP of engineering Vic Gundotra, recently took a funny jab at Nokia via a Tweet. The setup for this 'verbal' poke is that Nokia will soon hold its Capital Markets Day press event on Friday, February 11 in which they will announce what new OS they will partner with for their smartphones. Also, recently Nokia's CEO, Stephen Elop, said that he believes Nokia is years behind other competitors like the iOS and Android, and that the company has to do better in the smartphone OS battles. Furthermore, most insider info in the industry suggests that Nokia has decided to go with 'Windows Mobile 7' as its new OS of choice to replace or operate alongside Symbian and Meego.Thus was born Mr Gundotra's Twitter comment above. He is probably referring to the combination of Nokia and Microsoft. His comment is pretty hilarious in that 'oh noes... did he just say that? Snap!' kinda way...Source: Android.net via SlashGear
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