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HTC Desire VC

16th June 2012, 07:00 AM |#1  
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Has anyone bought the HTC Desire VC and tried it on VZW?


Im almost positive that its the EXACT same thing as the HTC Droid Incredible 4G LTE, kinda like with the Inc2 and the s710d?

What do yall think?

http://www.htc.com/sea/smartphones/htc-desire-vc/


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16th June 2012, 07:07 AM |#2  
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It's not an exact match. The chipset is inferior to the Inc 4G's and the battery is a little smaller. Design and software wise, it's an identical match, though.
16th June 2012, 05:08 PM |#3  
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And the screen resolution is lower. Meh! It is more like a match for the Dinc2, except it seems even worse than the Dinc2! What???

Older CPU than Droid Incredible 2 (MSM7227A, Snapdragon S1 vs MSM8255 Snapdragon S2)
Lesser RAM (512 MB vs 768 MB)
Lower Res Camera (5 MP vs 8 MP)...
A 2010 phone sporting a 2011 OS in 2012... Thank you very much HTC, just what I want. No one can justify the existence of this phone. EVEN as a budget phone it is sub-par.
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16th June 2012, 06:09 PM |#4  
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A 2010 phone sporting a 2011 OS in 2012... Thank you very much HTC, just what I want. No one can justify the existence of this phone. EVEN as a budget phone it is sub-par.

I mean, it's intended for a totally different market, which makes a difference. The main feature of this phone is the CDMA/GSM dual-band capability. It isn't intended to be a flagship device, it's just intended to fill some gaps in the international market.
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17th June 2012, 04:06 PM |#5  
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Looks more like a Thunderbolt to me.
7th September 2012, 11:36 PM |#6  
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Exclamation Stuck on HTC logo screen (HTC desire VC T328d)
Hello.

My HTC desire VC is stuck on HTC logo screen just after a booting sound and showing "HTC quietly brilliant , Beatsaudio" .
Android can't start anymore.

My phone is already rooted under the instruction of root for htc desire vc

After rooting, I install the "font installer root" and I chose some system fonts to be replaced in this application.
As soon as after rebooting, the problem started.

I have downloaded the kernel from htcdev.com but I don't know what it is for and how to use it.

please reply me as soon as possible.
7th September 2012, 11:50 PM |#7  
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Hello.

My HTC desire VC is stuck on HTC logo screen just after a booting sound and showing "HTC quietly brilliant , Beatsaudio" .
Android can't start anymore.

My phone is already rooted under the instruction of root for htc desire vc

After rooting, I install the "font installer root" and I chose some system fonts to be replaced in this application.
As soon as after rebooting, the problem started.

I have downloaded the kernel from htcdev.com but I don't know what it is for and how to use it.

please reply me as soon as possible.

You're in the wrong forum, although it appears you don't have a forum for your device on XDA.

The kernel isn't going to help you, you just need to push back your default fonts. If you knew how to use adb, that'd be really simple. If you don't know how, Google it. If there's even one available, download a ROM and pull the /system/fonts/ folder and push it through adb to your device. If all else fails, do a factory reset through HBOOT. You might lose everything, but at least your device will work.
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8th September 2012, 01:56 AM |#8  
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Originally Posted by IceDragon59

You're in the wrong forum, although it appears you don't have a forum for your device on XDA.

The kernel isn't going to help you, you just need to push back your default fonts. If you knew how to use adb, that'd be really simple. If you don't know how, Google it. If there's even one available, download a ROM and pull the /system/fonts/ folder and push it through adb to your device. If all else fails, do a factory reset through HBOOT. You might lose everything, but at least your device will work.

Please help me again.

I was trying to set "mount storage" and I accidentally chose the format /system because they are all in chinese fonts and I can't read.
After translating, I know it was formatted ... How to do , sir ?
8th September 2012, 07:25 PM |#9  
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Please help me again.

I was trying to set "mount storage" and I accidentally chose the format /system because they are all in chinese fonts and I can't read.
After translating, I know it was formatted ... How to do , sir ?

Find out if there is an ROM or RUU you can install on your device. You already lost all your settings if you formatted /system, so you might as well start over. Other than that, I don't know what to tell you.
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Find out if there is an ROM or RUU you can install on your device. You already lost all your settings if you formatted /system, so you might as well start over. Other than that, I don't know what to tell you.

There is only Kernel available in htcdev.com . I've downloaded it.
My friend has the same handset with me. (HTC Desire VC) but his ph is not rooted .
Can I take some files from him ?
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