This went a bit under the radar. The HTC Desire and Legend will both have a backup feature that will automatically backup certain system elements to your microSD card, so that in case you need to factory reset your device, or swap ROMs, you can easily get everything back in a Restore step that occurs when the operating system starts up for the first time. Here’s the list of what is backed up:
– Text messages and MMS– Application settings for the messaging– Favorites of the browser page (Internet applications)– Dictionary of Keyboard– [...]
If you live in the UK and want to get the Android 2.1 Sense UI sporting HTC Legend, you better be willing to make the carrier switch to Vodafone. The carrier has announced that it will be the exclusive carrier for the HTC handset in April. The Legend will also be joined by its bigger, brawnier brother, the HTC Desire, also in the same month. Folks across the pond in the States will have to look on with envy for now.
You may have heard that Vodafone will be exclusively carrying the aluminum HTC Legend in the UK. If you’re not on the UK, you’ll still be able to grab an unlocked Legend from etailers like Clove for £315 or about $480 as soon as next week. With that, HTC has released the official user guide and quick start guide on their website. The guides, in full color, go a long way at explaining all of the features and functions of the Legend.
Thanks for the tip, Jason C.