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pb2past wrote: They pushed the 2.2 upgrade onto my phone on Friday, Sept 3, 2010. As far as I am concerned it is a disaster. Besides all the other issues such as useless apps that keep starti... Ver más...
pb2past wrote: They pushed the 2.2 upgrade onto my phone on Friday, Sept 3, 2010. As far as I am concerned it is a disaster. Besides all the other issues such as useless apps that keep starting in the background there is a much bigger problem which I think is delibrate.  Android 2.2 does not save previous e-mails from pop-server on the phone memory or the SD card and just deletes them everytime it refreshes once the server is empty. This is what happens:  HTC mail syncs with your pop e-mail account and downloads the mails. Once you are on your home computer and start outlook and download e-mails which as default deletes e-mails from the server. As soon as the e-mail server is empty, next time HTC mail refreshes it just syncs with an empty server and thus deletes all previous e-mails from the phone. One way to stop this is to change the outlook setting so it leaves a copy of each e-mail on the server. But everyone has limited server memory and sooner or later it will be full and you will have to empty it which means your phone mails will eventually be deleted too.  Another option is to automatically send your pop e-mails to Gmail in order to keep a copy of them on your phone. This has a problem that Gmail mails are only saved on Gmail server, so If I am in a place with no phone service, I have no access to my e-mails on Gmail in case I would like to refer to any of them.  Neither are real solutions. Spoke with HTC about this and was told that is a new feature with the upgraded OS. It is ridiculous to call this a feature, it is a fault. It sounds like they added this "FEATURE" to force everyone to use Gmail as their primary e-mail. That just does not sound right to me. As a consumer, I bought this phone and the service knowing that it has features that everyone accepts as normal and fundamental to the Smart Phone. Now Google, HTC & Verizon have decided that I should NOT keep a copy of MY e-mails on MY phone! I find this absolutely absurd.  I told the HTC technical support person, had I known they were planning to do this, I would not have bought this phone 2 months agao and may well have considered changing from Verizon to AT&T to get the iphone. If they don't fix this soon, I will seriously consider getting an iphone even before my 2 year contract is up. I have a family plan with 4 phones on my account. Had a new upgrade pushed on to my phone today and it seems to have fixed the pop3 e-mail problem. All of my e-mails are staying on the phone even though they are not on the server anymore. I have also noticed that the battery life may be a little better. I will still have to confirm that in a few days and after more usage.
budone; Have you by any chance also added the same POP3 e-mail account to Gmail? If so, it could be that when Gmail syncs with your POP3 account (which could be pretty much at the same time as yo... Ver más...
budone; Have you by any chance also added the same POP3 e-mail account to Gmail? If so, it could be that when Gmail syncs with your POP3 account (which could be pretty much at the same time as your phone), it deletes the e-mails from your server before they even make it to your home computer.  If this is the case, in Gmail POP3 account setup, there is a box to check to leave e-mails on the server. Just a thought.
The irony is, that if you delete all the e-mails from your Inbox, before the phone refreshes, they will of course end up in the TRASH folder and sure enough will stay there for as long as you don... Ver más...
The irony is, that if you delete all the e-mails from your Inbox, before the phone refreshes, they will of course end up in the TRASH folder and sure enough will stay there for as long as you don't empty the TRASH folder!!
Just found out that the 2.2 Upgrade stops wifi from obtaining IP address from even open/unsecured networks. Verizon guy tells me the only solution MAYBE a hard reset!!   This is getting worse, ... Ver más...
Just found out that the 2.2 Upgrade stops wifi from obtaining IP address from even open/unsecured networks. Verizon guy tells me the only solution MAYBE a hard reset!!  This is getting worse, Here is the list of things that I know of so far that 2.2 does to your phone: 1 - Deletes all pop3 e-mails 2 - Stops wifi from connecting to any network 3 - Runs unnecessary apps in the background & drains the battery much faster that before
Why are you all so anxious to have the upgrade? I would give anything to have the old one back. I have not seen a single feature on 2.2 that I can say is a benefit. Bunch of useless apps that you... Ver más...
Why are you all so anxious to have the upgrade? I would give anything to have the old one back. I have not seen a single feature on 2.2 that I can say is a benefit. Bunch of useless apps that you have to pay for to run. They start up in the background and run the battery down, yes, you can now turn your phone to either side and the screen turns! Big deal. I have not noticed any difference in call quality. It was fine before 2.2 and it is still ok. Maybe that's to do with the service where I live. As I have said in my other thread, the biggest problem is the pop3 e-mail that will be deleted. So watch out for that if you use pop3 e-mail.
it is the same problem with all pop3 e-mails since 2.2 Upgrade. Please see my notes in "2.2 kills pop e-mails"
Thanks AZSALUKI, I did not have this problem before 2.2. I went to the Verizon store and their tech guy looked for an app to back e-mails up and could not find one. I have looked and cannot find ... Ver más...
Thanks AZSALUKI, I did not have this problem before 2.2. I went to the Verizon store and their tech guy looked for an app to back e-mails up and could not find one. I have looked and cannot find one. If you know of any, I would be grateful to receive a link or a name. If I could save them into a different folder before they are pulled off the server by my outlook that would be fine. My pop3 server only has 100MB space and I do receive a lot of e-mails with attachments so it will fill up quickly and I will have to go in and clear them up and of course as soon as I do I will lose anything that's been cleared away from the server form the phone too.
"Delete mail on server" is unchecked on my phone. Nothing is different to before 2.2 was uploaded. Of course my outlook that pulls e-mails from the server is set to default not to leave e-mails o... Ver más...
"Delete mail on server" is unchecked on my phone. Nothing is different to before 2.2 was uploaded. Of course my outlook that pulls e-mails from the server is set to default not to leave e-mails on the server after they are pushed to my home computer. But outlook saves a copy of all e-mails in a default folder why couldn't the phone do the same? It did before 2.2 was upoaded.
There is no solution! This is a new FEATURE on 2.2 upgrade.   Once e-mails are gone from your pop-server, Android 2.2 will refresh and delete every previous e-mail from your phone.   We shoul... Ver más...
There is no solution! This is a new FEATURE on 2.2 upgrade.  Once e-mails are gone from your pop-server, Android 2.2 will refresh and delete every previous e-mail from your phone.  We should be grateful, for this new feature. Don't know why, but that's what I was told by Verizon and HTC tech people!  Apparently it keeps my phone from being clogged up by e-mails! Instead there is room for them to add useless apps like Amazon MP3, VZ Navigator and 3G Mobile Hot spot.  I am so grateful!!  This is an absolute nonsense.
They pushed the 2.2 upgrade onto my phone on Friday, Sept 3, 2010. As far as I am concerned it is a disaster. Besides all the other issues such as useless apps that keep starting in the backgroun... Ver más...
They pushed the 2.2 upgrade onto my phone on Friday, Sept 3, 2010. As far as I am concerned it is a disaster. Besides all the other issues such as useless apps that keep starting in the background there is a much bigger problem which I think is delibrate.  Android 2.2 does not save previous e-mails from pop-server on the phone memory or the SD card and just deletes them everytime it refreshes once the server is empty. This is what happens:  HTC mail syncs with your pop e-mail account and downloads the mails. Once you are on your home computer and start outlook and download e-mails which as default deletes e-mails from the server. As soon as the e-mail server is empty, next time HTC mail refreshes it just syncs with an empty server and thus deletes all previous e-mails from the phone. One way to stop this is to change the outlook setting so it leaves a copy of each e-mail on the server. But everyone has limited server memory and sooner or later it will be full and you will have to empty it which means your phone mails will eventually be deleted too.  Another option is to automatically send your pop e-mails to Gmail in order to keep a copy of them on your phone. This has a problem that Gmail mails are only saved on Gmail server, so If I am in a place with no phone service, I have no access to my e-mails on Gmail in case I would like to refer to any of them.  Neither are real solutions. Spoke with HTC about this and was told that is a new feature with the upgraded OS. It is ridiculous to call this a feature, it is a fault. It sounds like they added this "FEATURE" to force everyone to use Gmail as their primary e-mail. That just does not sound right to me. As a consumer, I bought this phone and the service knowing that it has features that everyone accepts as normal and fundamental to the Smart Phone. Now Google, HTC & Verizon have decided that I should NOT keep a copy of MY e-mails on MY phone! I find this absolutely absurd.  I told the HTC technical support person, had I known they were planning to do this, I would not have bought this phone 2 months agao and may well have considered changing from Verizon to AT&T to get the iphone. If they don't fix this soon, I will seriously consider getting an iphone even before my 2 year contract is up. I have a family plan with 4 phones on my account.