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3 years ago

Holding the On/Off button

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Note: The picture shows some options specific to HTC's Sense UI

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3 years ago

Remembering and forgetting Wifi networks

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3 years ago

Moving apps to the SD card [Froyo]

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One of the big perks about Froyo is the ability to move applications to the microSD card storage.  It's easy to do, and if you don't plan on using swappable SD cards it's something you should check out.  From the home screen:

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3 years ago

Adding pauses into contacts for dialing extensions

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Let's face it: we all have to deal with those automated call systems from time to time. They can be particularly annoying if they block you from connecting directly to the person you are tying to get by entering an extension number.

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3 years ago

Easiest way to wipe your phone

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3 years ago

Importing and Exporting contacts

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3 years ago

Password protect your phone

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Few things are more important these days than security. If your phone is lost or stolen, you want to keep your information out of someone else's hands. And one of the easiest ways to do that is with basic password protection on your phone.

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3 years ago

Adding numbers to speed dial

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3 years ago

Save images from your browser

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3 years ago

New: Google Mobile Search History

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Ever navigate away from a site and have trouble duplicating the search you used to find it? Google has come to the rescue again with a handy "History" link on the Google mobile site. You can find old searches, remove items from your history, and even star search items if you're so inclined. The history includes all searches made while signed in with your Google account, not just those from your phone, and mobile searches are designated by a little phone icon.

Search history should be enabled by default; if not, you can select "Settings," then hit "Save Searches" under "Search History" and save your settings. It's not clear whether search history will be made similarly accessible from the desktop site (although you can simply navigate to google.com/history). There may be some kinks to work out, as evidenced by the following screenshot, so share your experience in the comments! [Google Mobile Blog]

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