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[QUOTE=garychencool;34020054]You could brag with the Note and have good excuses for using it anywhere, because of the stylus and gigantic screen. Use it in school: excuse would be to take notes but nope, you play Cut The Rope instead. If you want a super small phone, the Xperia Mini Pro SK17a is good too, if you have small hands, small pockets or small budget and want a small phone.[/QUOTE] Yeah, most people in my school here have either blackberries or iPhones, they were amazed to see my S2 They'd probably call bullshit on the Note :v:
[QUOTE=mankind_me;34020097]Yeah, most people in my school here have either blackberries or iPhones, they were amazed to see my S2 They'd probably call bullshit on the Note :v:[/QUOTE] oh yeah, a phone with a physical keyboard: teachers would say bull to note taking as they always think you would be texting in class. But I don't have a texting plan :v: That's why I never show (or really use) the keyboard.
is the sims 3 any good?
[QUOTE=garychencool;34020193]oh yeah, a phone with a physical keyboard: teachers would say bull to note taking as they always think you would be texting in class. But I don't have a texting plan :v: That's why I never show (or really use) the keyboard.[/QUOTE] I've actually seen some teacher I think (I'm new at the school) who had a Note. I woulda stopped and asked him about it but I was with some friends so I couldn't.
[QUOTE=redBadger;34020197]is the sims 3 any good?[/QUOTE] It's alright, but there are several options that are not on it. And some users had problems with it.
Having strange issues with my Galaxy Nexus that I bought two weeks ago... wondering if it's worth trying to get a replacement? Sometimes the phone will randomly restart. I'll feel this by the short vibration of the 'Google' boot logo from my pocket. Sometimes when it restarts, the phone momentarily locks up, (hardlock), crackles/pops, and then restarts. And sometimes the lockscreen will totally be unresponsive. I'm on 4.0.1. Any ideas?
[QUOTE=Gubru;34020323]Having strange issues with my Galaxy Nexus that I bought two weeks ago... wondering if it's worth trying to get a replacement? Sometimes the phone will randomly restart. I'll feel this by the short vibration of the 'Google' boot logo from my pocket. Sometimes when it restarts, the phone momentarily locks up, (hardlock), crackles/pops, and then restarts. And sometimes the lockscreen will totally be unresponsive. I'm on 4.0.1. Any ideas?[/QUOTE] isn't 4.0.3 out already? I have it on my GS2 :v: try updating, if not, return it and get another
$100 price cut on Sony's Tablet S! [release] Sony has cut $100 off the price of its first tablet, the Tablet S, in a move to entice consumers to its Android slate. Those who buy a Tablet S also receive[B] a free 180-day trial of Sony's Music Unlimited service[/B], as well as [B]five free rentals from Sony's Video Unlimited Service.[/B] [B]Through the end of January, the company is offering up five free downloadable "Classic PlayStation" games in its PlayStation Store app for new Tablet S owners as well.[/B] The price drop, as listed in Sony's online store, pushes the Tablet S down to [B]$399.99 with 16 gigabytes of built-in storage or $499.99 for 32 gigabytes of storage.[/B] The dual-screen Sony Tablet P, which made its debut alongside the Tablet S as a prototype in April, still hasn't been released or given a launch date, although the tech giant promises it is on the way. The Tablet S features a 9.4-inch touchscreen with 1280 x 800 resolution and a wedge-like shape that makes the slate feel something like a rolled magazine in the hand. A Wi-Fi Internet connection is needed for use. The device also has a 5-megapixel camera in the rear and a 0.3-megapixel camera up front, 1-gigabyte of RAM and a dual-core Nvidia Tegra2 processor. The tablet runs on Google's Android Honeycomb operating system, but Sony has promised an update to the newer Android Ice Cream Sandwich.[/release] [url=http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/technology/2012/01/android-ice-cream-sandwich-coming-to-sony-tablets-ice-cream-sandwich-coming-to-11-sony-ericsson-androids-sony-video.html]Source[/url] Yeah, $100 price drop is pretty nice and you get some more stuff.
[QUOTE=mankind_me;34019947]You know what Android phones have that iPhones dont? Hint: it's a microSD slot[/QUOTE] Yeah but they all say micro SD up to 32gb so I don't know whether Android doesn't support more or whether you don't even get Micro SD bigger than 32gb.
[QUOTE=Masson;34020465]Yeah but they all say micro SD up to 32gb so I don't know whether Android doesn't support more or whether you don't even get Micro SD bigger than 32gb.[/QUOTE] Galaxy S II supports 64GB SDXC cards
[url=http://www.slashgear.com/acer-iconia-tab-a700-continues-android-ics-drive-with-nvidia-tegra-3-30205079/]QUAD CORE TABLETZ! IT BEGINZ![/url] inb4 Quad Core Phones
[QUOTE=garychencool;34020535][url=http://www.slashgear.com/acer-iconia-tab-a700-continues-android-ics-drive-with-nvidia-tegra-3-30205079/]QUAD CORE TABLETZ! IT BEGINZ![/url] inb4 Quad Core Phones[/QUOTE] I think you missed the Transformer Prime [editline]2nd January 2012[/editline] [QUOTE=FlamingSpaz;34020530]Galaxy S II supports 64GB SDXC cards[/QUOTE] though, from what I hear, it's automatically converted to fat32, thus making it more like [url=http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?p=17756466#post17756466]60GB[/url]
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[QUOTE=FlamingSpaz;34020693]Check out [URL=http://launch.streamified.com?lrRef=SgB4j]Streamified[/url], its like Facebook, twitter and lots of others all in one.[/QUOTE] oh you, got me with that referral well, best I could do anyways
[QUOTE=mankind_me;34020595] though, from what I hear, it's automatically converted to fat32, thus making it more like [url=http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?p=17756466#post17756466]60GB[/url][/QUOTE] If windows had full support for ext2/3/4 then you'd get full space, we'd even have proper unified storage without mtp.
[QUOTE=FlamingSpaz;34020530]Galaxy S II supports 64GB SDXC cards[/QUOTE] Oh shit, I should get the SII and a 64GB SDXC card! It's microSDXC right?
[QUOTE=garychencool;34020789]Oh shit, I should get the SII and a 64GB SDXC card! It's microSDXC right?[/QUOTE] yeah, also £100 [editline]2nd January 2012[/editline] [QUOTE=FlamingSpaz;34020783]If windows had full support for ext2/3/4 then you'd get full space, we'd even have proper unified storage without mtp.[/QUOTE] I mean the phone automatically converts it to fat32, or at least that's what the post I've linked says, but it would be nice if windows actually supported ext2/3/4
[QUOTE=mankind_me;34020822]yeah, also £100 [/QUOTE] expensive but nice to have... and lol btw my camcorder supports SDXC cards
galaxy s2 proves once again that its here to stay
The Galaxy Nexus' NFC chip is in the battery, right? If that's the case, could the Note get NFC if it got an NFC battery and the right software?
You can fool your teachers into thinking that Galaxy Note is an e-reader. [editline]3rd January 2012[/editline] [QUOTE=garychencool;34020535][url=http://www.slashgear.com/acer-iconia-tab-a700-continues-android-ics-drive-with-nvidia-tegra-3-30205079/]QUAD CORE TABLETZ! IT BEGINZ![/url] inb4 Quad Core Phones[/QUOTE] Resolution higher than my HDTV :suicide:
[QUOTE=ijyt;34021575]The Galaxy Nexus' NFC chip is in the battery, right? If that's the case, could the Note get NFC if it got an NFC battery and the right software?[/QUOTE] You can get then in MicroSD cards too.
anyone kind enough to provide me a good tutorial to root galaxy s2 2.3.4?
Can someone give me a rundown on the Samsung Galaxy Mini? My work is providing me with one soon and I'd like to know what any of you think of it
What's the best tablet that I can get for $500? Are there any 7" ones that can run Ice Cream Sandwich?
So, anybody have any idea how to fix scratches on a Galaxy Nexus? I've got one on the top bezel, intersecting the speaker well and a smaller one just above the screen and right beneath the larger one. They're significant enough to feel.
[QUOTE=Arachnidus;34023237]So, anybody have any idea how to fix scratches on a Galaxy Nexus? I've got one on the top bezel, intersecting the speaker well and a smaller one just above the screen and right beneath the larger one. They're significant enough to feel.[/QUOTE] Can you get one of those military grade sticky covers that hold out against knives scratching them for it? I had one on my old ipod and it felt thick enough that I recon you wouldnt feel the scratches at all.
[QUOTE=chimitos;34023167]What's the best tablet that I can get for $500? Are there any 7" ones that can run Ice Cream Sandwich?[/QUOTE] Asus Transformer Prime. Also the android market says that my SGS2 is not compatible with Modern Combat 3.
[QUOTE=Godline;34023284]Can you get one of those military grade sticky covers that hold out against knives scratching them for it? I had one on my old ipod and it felt thick enough that I recon you wouldnt feel the scratches at all.[/QUOTE] It's not a matter of feeling them, they're out of the way of the screen, but my OCD tendencies are making me go nuts, seeing my otherwise perfectly fine Nexus with an ugly scratch on its top. I'm getting a case and screen protector anyway, but I want to repair it before the protector is applied.
[QUOTE=chimitos;34023167]What's the best tablet that I can get for $500? Are there any 7" ones that can run Ice Cream Sandwich?[/QUOTE] $100 price cut on Sony's Tablet S! [release] Sony has cut $100 off the price of its first tablet, the Tablet S, in a move to entice consumers to its Android slate. Those who buy a Tablet S also receive[B] a free 180-day trial of Sony's Music Unlimited service[/B], as well as [B]five free rentals from Sony's Video Unlimited Service.[/B] [B]Through the end of January, the company is offering up five free downloadable "Classic PlayStation" games in its PlayStation Store app for new Tablet S owners as well.[/B] The price drop, as listed in Sony's online store, pushes the Tablet S down to [B]$399.99 with 16 gigabytes of built-in storage or $499.99 for 32 gigabytes of storage.[/B] The dual-screen Sony Tablet P, which made its debut alongside the Tablet S as a prototype in April, still hasn't been released or given a launch date, although the tech giant promises it is on the way. The Tablet S features a 9.4-inch touchscreen with 1280 x 800 resolution and a wedge-like shape that makes the slate feel something like a rolled magazine in the hand. A Wi-Fi Internet connection is needed for use. The device also has a 5-megapixel camera in the rear and a 0.3-megapixel camera up front, 1-gigabyte of RAM and a dual-core Nvidia Tegra2 processor. The tablet runs on Google's Android Honeycomb operating system, but Sony has promised an update to the newer Android Ice Cream Sandwich.[/release] [url=http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/technology/2012/01/android-ice-cream-sandwich-coming-to-sony-tablets-ice-cream-sandwich-coming-to-11-sony-ericsson-androids-sony-video.html]Source[/url] Yeah, $100 price drop is pretty nice and you get some more stuff. 7-inches? Maybe the Galaxy Tab that's 7 inches
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