[Tutorial] Update YOUR Facebook Status (HTC Sense)
For some people Facebook has become an important part of their virtual life, some members reported having problems to update their status on HTC Sense/Manila.
Member Agent Zach created a simple tutorial to easily update your status without any complications.
Originally posted by Agent Zach
NOTICE:: This thread is for HTC Sense 2.1 & 2.5 Users who use Facebook hourly/daily.
Well, I know quite a few of the Custom HTC Sense 2.5 ROM users have downloaded & installed the Facebook Tab for Sense [Found Here], and have noticed that, at this moment, it is not possible to update your OWN status with the Tab.
Meltwater has been searching for a solution for the Facebook Tab, but until a solution is found, I thought I’d share a way to update YOUR Status WITHOUT the use of the Microsoft Facebook App or viewing the Mobile Facebook site in a mobile browser.
1.) Slide to your Contacts Tab
2.) Select “All People”
3.) If you haven’t already, setup YOUR Contact Card [Named: “Me”]
4.) Be sure to Link your Facebook Profile, if you haven’t yet.
5.) Once you have done so, go back to your Contact Card.
6.) Scroll ALL the way down to your Facebook Link, and tap it.
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