Are you in the Android clan?3 posts
about 17 hours ago
Nah i’m not getting Samsung, just stating some reasons since it was sort of a Samsung HTC discussion.
I go the Nexus way.
Nice to see that they all do pickup service now, didn’t know about that.
I do sometimes prefer more features, but i’ll end up using CM anyway.
If you need to see or hear then probably you won’t really make much cause one thread like this only gets you £1 cause no one is repeating the questions in a discussion.
The photo thing was really clever, creating a unique feature will surely attract some people to use it as their photo storage and then eventually making use of the synergy to pull users into using other services.
Still doesn’t fix the annoying flying share box or whatever that’s called.
HTC has lost me for a few reasons.
1. S-On (I hate to have to run fastboot commands to update bootloader)
2. HTC One X wifi issues, power button on the top and USB on the side.
3. Samsung has home pickup service with guaranteed temporary phone when you need to send in your phone for service. http://www.samsung.com/sg/samsungsmartcare/mobile.html
4. HTC One’s difficult to repair design.
5. HTC One’s odd button configuration
6. Not doing enough for software, at least Samsung is trying.
It might seem like the same cost but adding a Office license, support costs including printing costs.
Chromebook will save you money cause of their overall implementation.
I think it is extremely useful for schools, the only infrastructure they need is internet and power.
They can practically do anything in the cloud and IT support is sort of non requirement as you can just replace a new chromebook without worrying about data.
It might be better to wait for when the play store gets updated with the Nexus S4 cause they might upgrade some specs for Nexus 4. (Assuming Nexus 4 will remain in the play store as a cheaper alternative)
It really depends on how heavy one’s usage is, i do agree that sometimes bad software is to blame.
But never buy low end stuff to play games or run loads of apps, the same reason you won’t buy a netbook for gaming.
Yea it was great for android with app data sync, hangout, the design thingy for multiple screen size, maps, Google+ and probably some others.
The great thing is that these will be available to most of the devices without going through the android updates which are often delayed, most people don’t recognize that.
Thou the fact that some of these isn’t readily available upon announcement makes it seem like there isn’t anything for android.
Get the S4 and then buy a nice case but if speakers are a huge factor then get One.
One’s speakers are the best right now.
I agree with this, i had the same problem which fixed itself after a wipe.
Asus transformer is quite ok.
But if you really want to get work done, Chromebook and a Nexus 7/10 would seem like a good choice and it won’t cost a lot more than a dock based setting.
It depends on the type of work you’re doing, avoid sacrificing productivity for convenience.
You shouldn’t have bought a Nexus if you don’t want to use google services.
Disabling location and Google Now and sync should remove most of the data polling.
You can always root and delete the apps or just go into Settings → Apps → All and select an app and choose disable.
There are a lot of factors affecting this, one major factor are copyrights and lots of other sole ownership stuff.
It isn’t Google most of the time, Apple had the same problems with their store.
Did you copy the image to a computer?
Comparing on their own screens won’t be very accurate.
Dropbox doesn’t have unlimited photo storage for smaller resolutions.
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10 days ago
What a Waze of money.
Better buy than Instagram.
24 days ago
Not true, Optimus 2X looked really good they did almost everything right with that phone but used a DOA processor.
Well when the tank gets empty you don’t have to change the tank to fix it.
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