In this installment of Questions and Answers, we tell you how to keep from dowloading apps to a BlackBerry smartphone and what you can expect to get from a 2GB data plan. Got a question you want answered? Submit your question here. You can also ask me on Twitter. Got something to add to the answers below? Leave a comment.
Sometimes when I send a text on my HTC EVO 4G the letters won't come up. I have to keep going back to it and exiting out a few times before I see what I am writing. Is this a common issue? - Intelligence
You're not alone, this does happen occasionally. It's a bug in the HTC SMS program. One of the easiest ways to handle it until a fix becomes available is to simply hit the back button and try again. The good news is that since it's an Android phone there are updates available for download over-the-air periodically and there are usually fixes for these random bugs.
I would like learn more about Value Lock. What is it and how does it work? - mmtt
Value Lock is a feature offered on the LetsTalk site when buying a new phone. Essentially it works like this: when buying a new cell phone click on the Value Lock banner and enter the manufacturer and phone model (ex. Samsung Fascinate) you want to buy. You'll then find out how much that phone will be worth a year from now. Value Lock "locks" in that amount and in a year or so when you want to upgrade that phone, you'll need to send in your old phone (the one that has the original Value Lock) and as long as it's in good working condition, the value will be applied to the purchase of your new phone from LetsTalk. You can find out more about Value Lock by clicking this link.
I've got an Intercept and am seriously thinking about upgrading to a evo shift, epic, BlackBerry Bold, or the new legand(htc hero)suggestions
What do you want your new phone to do - top 3 requirements?