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HTC One X - Newbie Question

Hey all,

 

I just made a switch to the Android world, after being a loyal iPhone user.

 

I love the HTC One X so far, but am having some issues here and there adjusting to the Android OS from iOS.

 

I set up my email account, but I am not able to click any links included in a message for some reason. Everything seems to be in plain text.

 

Is there a setting to enable this?

 

Please help!

 

Best,

New Android user

Hey all,

 

I just made a switch to the Android world, after being a loyal iPhone user.

 

I love the HTC One X so far, but am having some issues here and there adjusting to the Android OS from iOS.

 

I set up my email account, but I am not able to click any links included in a message for some reason. Everything seems to be in plain text.

 

Is there a setting to enable this?

 

Please help!

 

Best,

New Android user

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Hi there!

 

Welcome to Android!

 

The links in the e-mail will be blocked for your safety and should be able to be enabled the same way as on a PC (the message that asks if you want to view the full message etc or ignore.). It should be located on top of the e-mail. Smiley Wink

 

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Hi there!

 

Welcome to Android!

 

The links in the e-mail will be blocked for your safety and should be able to be enabled the same way as on a PC (the message that asks if you want to view the full message etc or ignore.). It should be located on top of the e-mail. Smiley Wink

 

~ Evandela ~

~Sunshine :)
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*The views and opinions expressed on this forum are purely my own. Any product claim, statistic, quote, or other representation about a product or service should be verified with the manufacturer, provider, or party.

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Hi Evandela,
Thanks for the reply.

I actually don't have any option in the email message to enable the links for some reason. Smiley Sad

Please help!
Hi Evandela,
Thanks for the reply.

I actually don't have any option in the email message to enable the links for some reason. Smiley Sad

Please help!

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Could I ask if your using GMail or the regular E-mail app? I can't seem to replicate the issue on my Skyrocket. Smiley Tongue

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Could I ask if your using GMail or the regular E-mail app? I can't seem to replicate the issue on my Skyrocket. Smiley Tongue

Posted from my Samsung Galaxy SII Skyrocket, an AT&T LTE smartphone. Experience speeds up to 10x faster than 3G.
~Sunshine :)
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If it is in GMail, in the email, there should be a "Show Pictures " link that should enable links and pictures Smiley Wink.

The regular Email application does not disable it seems Smiley Wink
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If it is in GMail, in the email, there should be a "Show Pictures " link that should enable links and pictures Smiley Wink.

The regular Email application does not disable it seems Smiley Wink
~Sunshine :)
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