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I just add some questions I have seen a lot of time this week.
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How do I clear HTC Sense's Icon Cache?

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How do I clear HTC Sense's Icon Cache?

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01. Go to your Device's \Application Data\HTC\ProgLauncher Folder and delete all the *.bmg files inside. These are icon caches that will be recreated upon next boot.
02. Delete All Old Icons from the Quick Links Menu in Manila.
03. Restart
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hi i have a question why does the active sync app goes on every time when i go to start??? and why does the battery draining so fast no mater of use
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hi i have a question why does the active sync app goes on every time when i go to start??? and why does the battery draining so fast no mater of use
About Active Sync; I don't have a Idea about that. As fare as I know I didn't saw someone who mention this problem before. But I will tray to investigate about this issue!
But in the meanwhile; open your task manager, probably you will see Active Sync be active, deactivate it!

About Battery Draining; there are multiple reasons about this behavior:
- Radio version?
- Rom?
- Hspl version; in case of wrong combination with Radio and Rom


- More obviously

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- Problems on the temporary music catch
- a particular music file who caused problems
- problems on temporary file in commend!

Fore this there is a simple test; remove your SD fore about (let say 3H) and take a look on the battery's behavior. If the problem is solved without using the SD, do a SD format!

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like you can sea the answer to one problem can have multiple reasons, without much of information not easy to give you the right answer.
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thx for the answer here is my os spec
rom:1.66.479.2 wwe
radio 2.07.51.22_2
i don have a hspl cause im on stock and will try without the sd
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thx for the answer here is my os spec
rom:1.66.479.2 wwe
radio 2.07.51.22_2
i don have a hspl cause im on stock and will try without the sd
Based on Rom and Radio, I only see the direct problem on SD; do the test like mention before, if it's normal, do a format of your SD! (is your SD a class 4th?)
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yea its a microsdhc 8gb nokia class4 (it came with my n5800) i also got a 2gb sandisk with the hd2 but its to small for me btw wich class is the sandisk microsd
an curetnly my phone is dead and its rechargin when it recharges 100% il try your test
and a small question how long do you charge your hd2?
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yea its a microsdhc 8gb nokia class4 (it came with my n5800) i also got a 2gb sandisk with the hd2 but its to small for me btw wich class is the sandisk microsd
an curetnly my phone is dead and its rechargin when it recharges 100% il try your test
and a small question how long do you charge your hd2?
Do you have any news?
I mean when you extract your SD was the battery consumption normally now?
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