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  1. BobKaye's Avatar
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    Occasionally a 'bullseye like' icon will appear on the status bar just to the left of the battery icon. Anyone know what this represents....can't find the answer in any of the manuals...

    Thanks..
  2. Ultimateone's Avatar
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    Probably the location/gps icon
  3. dookie dave's Avatar
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    CIA is trying to hunt you down man, run!
  4. Wes Halton's Avatar
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    As Ultimateone suggested it appears when the 8X is using the GPS to determine its location.
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  5. henry.gray's Avatar
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    Yes its the GPS getting your location.
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    HTC 8X Display Symbols

    Here's a list and description....
    display symbols: Windows Phone 8X by HTC | help & support | Orange UK

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  7. BobKaye's Avatar
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    Thanks to all repliers....feel much safer now knowing I'm under watchful eye of Homeland Security....
  8. Sparkanen's Avatar
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    Hi man,

    It is not GPS. ...

    The Roaming ( triangle ) icon lets you know that your phone is roaming and not using your home cellular network.

    Read more: Info: HTC 8x Windows Phone notification & status bar icons

    hope it helps :)

    M.

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