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HTC Malaysia: Celebrates HTC Day

MALAYSIA, Kuala Lumpur, 21 September 2013 – HTC Malaysia officially launched HTC Day at the HTC concept kiosk located at The Gardens Mall, to celebrate the milestones achieved and 17 years of pioneering innovation the company has brought through its smartphones. SK Wong, Country Manager of HTC Malaysia, Sirpa Ikola, Senior Marketing Director for HTC South Asia and the HTC Malaysia team were present at the concept store to meet and greet customers. HTC Malaysia also introduced the HTC Switch program as well as a new customer service procedure in support of the Here’s to Change campaign rolled out recently.

(Image: Sirpa, SKWong and HTC Malaysia team)

HTC has always been the trend-setter in challenging the status quo in smartphone technology. We produced the first Android smartphone and also pioneered the touch-screen feature in smartphones,” said Mr. SK Wong. “This commitment definitely did not end there as we launched the flagship HTC One that introduced a full-aluminium unibody and a dual front speaker that no one has done before.”

The HTC team also provided details on the ‘Here’s to Change’ campaign to its customers on HTC Day. The ‘Here’s to Change’ brand platform and marketing campaign celebrates the unique way HTC approaches product design, innovation and the mobile industry. The marketing campaign, kicks off with a series of creative advertisements featuring Robert Downey Junior on HTC. “HTC’s first ‘Here’s to Change’ advertisement featuring Robert Downey Junior, carries the creative message that HTC caters to a variety of different people through the actor’s creative, quirky and rebellious attitude. Robert Downey Junior is given creative control and has heavily defined the direction of the ad,” said Sirpa Ikola, Senior Marketing Director of HTC South Asia.

Also introduced on that day were local efforts to support the change platform that target the retailers and customer service:-

HTC Switch Program

The HTC Switch program is to educate HTC retailers and consumers on the user friendly transfer tools on HTC smartphones. HTC features four easy-to-use transfer tools for consumers that make the switch to HTC smartphones a breeze; they are the Android Play Store downloadable HTC Transfer Tool, the HTC Sync Manager, the web-based HTC Get Started and HTC Backup, a transfer tool that utilizes cloud services. These essential tools help users retrieve and transfer all their important data, photos, videos, music, contacts and emails to their brand new HTC smartphone.

Brand New Customer Service

HTC is also introducing a new customer service through the introduction of a new HTC Careline at 1800 88 9855 for their customers. Customers with device issues can send their devices to be diagnosed and repaired by simply contacting the HTC Careline without leaving the comfort of home. HTC personnel will collect the device from the customer and have it sent back to them once it is completed.

HTC One X Trade-in Program

HTC also offered a special promotion to HTC One X users on HTC Day that allowed them to purchase the flagship smartphone, HTC One at a discounted price of RM999 when they trade in their HTC One X smartphone.

HTC One X+: Camera and Video Samples

HTC One X+, equipped with 8-megapixel (BSI sensor) 28mm f/2.0 rear camera and 1.6-megapixel (BSI sensor) f/2.2 front camera.

With the increased speed from 1.5GHz to NVIDIA Tegra 3 processor AP37 1.7GHz, GPU boosted from 416MHz to 520MHz and Sense 4+ Camera app. The user experience on shooting photos/videos does improved because of immediate camera launch, shorter video record start time and speedier auto focus.

Below are some photos samples straight out from the phone’s camera:

  • Normal mode

  • HDR mode

  • Panorama mode

  • Front Camera Shots

    Here are some HD (high definition) video clips recorded by HTC One X+:

  • Rear camera 720P HD (improved autofocus speed can be observe)

  • Front camera 720P HD

    Photo Gallery:

  • HTC One X: 3.14.707.24 (Android 4.1.1 and HTC Sense 4+) OTA available in Malaysia

    At last, the long awaited Jelly Bean for HTC One X, firmware number 3.14.707.24 is here! Mine available while checking software update on 27th November 2012. It is a massive update (364.56MB) that been talked about since few months ago, that comes with Google Now, Project Butter, few bugs fix, Android version 4.1.1 and HTC Sense 4+.

    There is a small software update patch available on the same day (3:56am 27th November 2012), before the firmware 3.14.707.24 available, i just install it and 3.14.707.24 is then available. The small patch detail as below:

    Name: Software Update
    Version: v4.0.475679
    File Size: 1.25MB

    I have it update by OTA using Wi-Fi on 4:00am, 27th November 2012. To update it manually, go to “Settings”–>”About”–>”Software updates”. Update Detail as below:

    Country: Malaysia
    Telco: DIGI
    File Size: 364.56 MB
    Connection: Wi-Fi
    OTA Update Duration: 55 minutes (4MB Streamyx connection)
    Previous System: 2.17.707.3
    Current System: 3.14.707.24

    According to the official, the system software update about:

  • Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean
  • HTC Sense 4+
  • Enhanced User Interfacewith better performance in Camera
  • New landing page and Event/Map view in Gallery
  • Power management improvement
  • Here are some noticeable improvements from my observation:

  • Google Now available through pressing “Home Button” for 2 seconds (update “Google search” from Play Store to use Google Now)
  • Project Butter makes the interface snappier than before, 60 fps deliver fluid experience
  • Notification enhancement, ex: thumbnail display, power saver
  • Few more apps pre-installed: Play Music, Music, HTC Media Link HD
  • app drawer enhancement, ex: numbers of new email received will display beside mail icon.
  • Minor tweak on HTC Camera user interface, ex: self portrait countdown
  • Customizable gallery views, ex: more location related, clouds integrated
  • Sightseeing mode – launch the camera app, press power button into stand-by mode, press power button again and it will by-pass lock screen and bring you to camera interface for immediate shooting.
  • HTC One X: Secret Phone Codes

    While going through XDA-Dev forum, i found this topic under HTC One X General section: “[LIST] HTC secret codes for HTC One X“, wrote by XDA-Dev senior Member theliquid. Paste it over here for references, note that some codes might wipe all your data and please be extra concern while trying it. Original post as below:

    [LIST] HTC secret codes for HTC One X

    Hi, I am trying to make a list with all the useful “secret” codes for the HTC One X.

    I am not responsibly for anything you do with the codes. Some of them might be able to do a factory reset or something similar. You MAY brick your device with some of the codes.

    General codes

  • *#06# = Show IMEI
  • *135# = Show mobile number
  • HTC specific codes

  • *#*#4636#*#* = device information program (such as telephone, battery, wifi, …) << all these generic system information tools in the market read the same data as this code/tool does - [working]
  • *#*#7262626#*#* = Field-Test
  • *#*#3424#*#* = HTC Function Test program (very useful!) – [working]
  • *#*#1111#*#* = Show software version
  • *#*#2222#*#* = Show hardware version
  • *#*#232338#*#* = Show WiFi mac address
  • *#*#232337#*# = Show Bluetooth mac address
  • *#*#1472365#*#* = GPS test
  • *#*#1575#*#* = GPS test #2
  • *#*#232331#*#* = Bluetooth test
  • *#*#0*#*#* = display test (?)
  • *#*#2663#*#* = touch screen version (?)
  • *#*#2664#*#* = touch screen test(?)
  • *#*#759#*#* = Rlz Debug UI (?)

  • *#*#7780#*#* = factory reset !! BE CAREFUL!
  • ##4772579# = reset GPS – working?
  • *2767*3855# = factory format !! BE CAREFUL!
  • *#*#197328640#*#* = service mode? – after two tests seems to be NOT WORKING

  • *#*#36666#*#* = starts FlexNet Mode | Don’t know what it is … | Discussion about flex net mode:…lled-apps.html | So FlexNet may be a substitute for CarrierIQ ..
  • *#*#7669633#*#* = FlexNet related
  • *#*#361066#*#* = FlexNet related
  • *#*#361166#*#* = FlexNet related
  • *#*#362066#*#* = FlexNet related
  • *#*#366633#*#* = FlexNet related
  • *#*#368866#*#* = FlexNet related
  • *#*#3688633#*#* = FlexNet related

    I didn’t try all of them, some of them might not work …

    If you want to use on of these codes, simply open your dial pad and put in the code you want.

    If you have other codes that I can add to the list, you’re welcome ..

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