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HTC Desire GSM gets CyanogenMod 7.1 RC1

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  • Phyllis Love

    I’ve never rooted a phone before but I do have a question.  I have the Desire and I don’t consider I have an overabundance of apps.  I have already moved all the apps possible to my SD card.  The phone is supposed to have at least 32 MB available internal memory to run correctly, according to my phone carrier.  I am ALWAYS low on memory.  Occasionally I don’t even have enough memory left to update an app.  About once a month, I reset my phone and start over.  This seems to help minimally – mainly because I usually give up another app.  Why can’t we get rid of the stuff that comes loaded on it that we never use? 

     We have 6 kids – 3 with htc desires and 3 with iphones.  This is embarrassing to admit in front of our iphone-loving kids.  “Uh, sorry, I don’t have enough memory to download that cool app you have.”

    The phone is cool but because of the internal memory problem, I can’t wait to upgrade from this phone – 1 year and 2 months from now!

    • http://www.theandroidsoul.com/ Kapil

      If you are planning to purchase a new phone, you should go for Galaxy s 2,
      it’s the best phone for now.

    • http://www.theandroidsoul.com/ Kapil

      If you are planning to purchase a new phone, you should go for Galaxy s 2,
      it’s the best phone for now.

    • http://www.theandroidsoul.com/ Kapil

      If you are planning to purchase a new phone, you should go for Galaxy s 2,
      it’s the best phone for now.

      • Phyllis Love

        Thanks, Kapil.  Unfortunately, we have 5 phones on our plan and it would take a fortune to change them all before our contract is up.  Even signing a 2 year contract, it cost almost $1400 to purchase our phones since we purchased them as soon as they came out with out carrier.   

        • http://www.theandroidsoul.com/ Kapil

          Oh! you’re a big customer of your carrier ;)

          BTW, I think you still have at least 8-9 months left on your contract(s)…
          I would suggest you to upgrade to a quad-core phones. They aren’t available
          as of now but I think some of them would have been launched in 9-10 months.
          Otherwise, among the dual-core phones, Galaxy S 2 is the best. I don’t know
          about how much cash-rich you are, but little bit of savings would surely
          help!!!

          See ya!

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