HTC Sense web site has been down for several days

We’ve been trying without success to access HTC’s HTC Sense web site for several days, only to be greeted by a maintenance notification upon signing in each time. It looks like the site has been offline for quite a few users since the middle of last week, which is quite an inconvenience if you subscribe to HTC’s way of doing things.

Here’s what’s been annoying us about twice a day since Wednesday:

htc sense maintenance

Anyone else having trouble accessing the site? Having looked around a bit, it appears this is a regular and ongoing issue that’s restricting access for many.

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  1. Brian

     /  May 28, 2011

    The website is a real pain in that only once have I managed to log on and do things like find my phone, make it ring or see contacts and txt messages etc which is what HTC kept trumpeting about when I purchased a HTC Desire HD back in November.
    I done my bit contacting customer services email and phone and just kept saying they are aware of technical issues, shame as it’s could be a really good feature of owning a HTC phone

    Reply
    • Gary C

       /  May 28, 2011

      I just managed to login via my phone and access HTC Hub, which triggered a series of errors about being “unable to connect to the HTC Sense server”.

      So maybe it is working partially, only not very reliably?

      Reply
  2. Brian

     /  May 28, 2011

    HTC hub is a different site but I sometimes get that error when I use the HTC likes widget and hub widget and can’t connect properly.

    Reply
  3. Sparky

     /  May 28, 2011

    Since I’ve had my dhd it only let me log in once. Given up with sense

    Reply
  4. @jotillamod

     /  May 29, 2011

    Hi!i’m from Spain and here we can’t to login to htcsense.com. With my Htc sense account phone i can’t to logia or download maps for locations… We must wait….

    Reply
  5. I just called HTC and to my surprise they answered! They stated the website has been down for “some time now” and once it is back up they would be happy to give me a call or send an email.

    Don’t waste your time thinking it’s your phone or your computer, it’s just their website.

    Reply
    • Anonymous

       /  May 30, 2011

      same problem cant get it to work for over 3 weeks tried every thing htc have said ??

      Reply
    • Fizh

       /  May 31, 2011

      they told me that 2 months ago in march that it will be ready end may. :(

      Reply
  6. Niels Christiansen

     /  May 30, 2011

    It would appear to be back up now.

    Reply
    • Bas Twiest

       /  May 31, 2011

      Stil can’t connect to Sense server trought phone,,, I’m in the Netherlands.

      Reply
      • Gary C

         /  May 31, 2011

        Just got on through the website. Can’t remember what I wanted to do, now.

        Reply
  7. guest

     /  July 1, 2011

    It’s 1 July 2011 and HTCsense is still down! This does not inspire much confidence in HTC!

    Reply
  8. Anonymous

     /  July 18, 2011

    Is any one able to access htcsense site now? Coz still i’m not able to login

    Reply
  9. Marco

     /  July 20, 2011

    Here the same can’t login .
    I just have made a account but no way to login there.

    Reply
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