When HTC announced the One M9, they stated the screen was protected by the very best material, Gorilla Glass 4. Now, it’s emerged that some One M9 models are actually being made with Gorilla Glass 3 instead, meaning that they are more vulnerable to scratching and suffering damage if dropped.
Today we’re going to cover some simple ways of removing bloatware from the One M9, whether it’s carrier bloatware or HTC’s own creations.
Listening to music in your car is one of the brighter spots in driving, and can make a daily commute a lot more fun. If you want to listen to the music on your One, you can connect your phone to your car’s stereo and speakers – which are much louder and better-sounding than even the One M9’s front-facing stereo speakers.
But – how do you do it? Well, there are quite a few options depending on your situation. Here are our recommendations, in order of convenience!
It’s easy to connect your HTC One M9 to your PC, letting you transfer media files, back up photos and access other files. Here’s how to do it.
The HTC One M9 is the latest and greatest smartphone to be birthed from HTC’s great factories on the Pacific Rim. As you’d expect, it contains a lot of advanced technology, including some ways to mirror your phone’s display on your television. This is great for watching YouTube videos or Netflix on the biggest screen in the room, while still having the convenience of choosing what to watch on your phone