• Android thread V-faze is the epitome of fanboy who does nothing but moan and insult people.
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[QUOTE=PyroCF;35786090]Xperia S has bloody awful navigation buttons.[/QUOTE] It's not really bad... [thumb]http://eurodroid.com/pics2/xperia_s_front.jpg[/thumb] (it's a big pic, open to see it larger)
[img]http://i.imgur.com/DkSZH.png[/img] Redesigned the engadget app because the current one looks like a lazy iOS port
Why do you even read Engadget, it's biased as fuck. [editline]1st May 2012[/editline] [QUOTE=garychencool;35786304]It's not really bad... [thumb]http://eurodroid.com/pics2/xperia_s_front.jpg[/thumb] (it's a big pic, open to see it larger)[/QUOTE] I thought it was but, but not [b]THAT[/b] bad. Design over functionality, I hate it.
How could I use the MIUI Metro icon pack without having MIUI
[QUOTE=VistaPOWA;35786563] I thought it was but, but not [b]THAT[/b] bad. Design over functionality, I hate it. [/QUOTE] Maybe the button are a little silly, but it looks like a fully functional phone to me.
[QUOTE=VistaPOWA;35786563] I thought it was but, but not [b]THAT[/b] bad. Design over functionality, I hate it.[/QUOTE] It seem's like it has both design and functionality...
Pledged for a pebble e-paper watch, now wait for it to come!
[QUOTE=VistaPOWA;35786563]Why do you even read Engadget, it's biased as fuck.[/QUOTE] I dunno, I find Engadget fine. Much better than Gizmodo, at least.
[QUOTE=rosthouse;35782552]Has anybody experiences with either the Sony Xperia S or the HTC One S? I can get myself a new phone (byby my dear old Desire) and I'm right now looking at those two.[/QUOTE] PLEASE FOR THE LOVE OF GOD DON'T GET THE XPERIA S The Hayabusa is coming out and will make the Xperia S pointless. The One S is the way to go if you really want a phone right now. [editline]1st May 2012[/editline] [QUOTE=waxrock;35780701]God miui is so pretty. [img]http://puu.sh/slRl[/img][/QUOTE] Sense feels better, IMO.
You guys hear about the Ubuntu+Android desktop integration? It would work like Webtop does. I think that's really cool and can help professionals in the work place, just general fun if you want to hook up your phone to stream something on somebody's TV or computer, and to generate publicity for Ubuntu.
Did you hear that some guys remade android on C# instead of Dalvik? [t]http://habrastorage.org/storage2/4c2/0af/654/4c20af654c343796242d753b99723be5.png[/t]
So I was trying mass delete all contacts in my phone book and ICS doesn't have an option for that from what I saw so I deleted Contacts storage in Titanium backup. Now I can't enter my contacts. I got AppExtractor and took the apps out that CWM backed up before I changed to Cyanogen and I reinstalled Contacts and it still wont work I get the android.process.acore stopped working error. I know your meant to clear the cache to solve it but this isn't fixing it for me Any ideas?
[QUOTE=mobrockers2;35786739]Pledged for a pebble e-paper watch, now wait for it to come![/QUOTE] Dude. Review. :v: I'm really interested in one of those.
[QUOTE=superstepa;35788613]Did you hear that some guys remade android on C# instead of Dalvik? [t]http://habrastorage.org/storage2/4c2/0af/654/4c20af654c343796242d753b99723be5.png[/t][/QUOTE] Sauce? This looks really interesting.
[QUOTE=roflcakes;35785174]Use titanium backup to uninstall carrier bloatware and adaway to get rid of in app ads.[/QUOTE] Thank. you. So. Much. It went down from 144mb of ram free, to 215mb and it should considerably increase the horrid battery life.
[QUOTE=superstepa;35788613]Did you hear that some guys remade android on C# instead of Dalvik? [t]http://habrastorage.org/storage2/4c2/0af/654/4c20af654c343796242d753b99723be5.png[/t][/QUOTE] Port everything now
I have a feeling that Dalvik is the reason why Android has some performance issues. [editline]1st May 2012[/editline] For everything else, there's Android NDK. [editline]1st May 2012[/editline] [QUOTE=pawelte1;35782607]That's a pretty dumb thing to say, but by reading this post I realized why Android has a black interface.[/QUOTE] It also helps when you have to check your phone in a dark room by not searing your retinas.
[QUOTE=K1ngo64;35782294]All that white UI on a SAMOLED screen = Double screen power draw[/QUOTE] It's not like I'll be looking at the settings screen the whole time. I'm more worried about the white gapps as that's used far more often.
[QUOTE=Phyxius;35790014]Sauce? This looks really interesting.[/QUOTE] [url]http://blog.xamarin.com/2012/05/01/android-in-c-sharp/[/url]
Is there any reason to use a screen protector on a phone with Gorilla Glass?
[QUOTE=superstepa;35788613]Did you hear that some guys remade android on C# instead of Dalvik? [t]http://habrastorage.org/storage2/4c2/0af/654/4c20af654c343796242d753b99723be5.png[/t][/QUOTE] This is how android should have been made from day 1. Also that transparent bar on the xperia s aren't the buttons. They have like 1 pixel dots above them.
My friend is getting a new phone, but he's rather budget, and is considering a HTC One V or a Sony Ericsson Xperia neo V. He can't get the HTC one X because its too expensive. He said that the HTC one V is horribly slow, and that the Neo V is a better choice. If anyone can suggest another phone, and better, at around the same price, please do so. Also, If not, he's considering a bb curve 9360. And the requirements that he wants are: phone must be good with music and basic function like calling and sms and social networking
[QUOTE=PyroCF;35792579]This is how android should have been made from day 1. Also that transparent bar on the xperia s aren't the buttons. They have like 1 pixel dots above them.[/QUOTE] Wouldn't it be hard to turn all current java apps to C#?
This was done by a translator, apparently.
[QUOTE=iCole;35789776]Dude. Review. :v: I'm really interested in one of those.[/QUOTE] Will do, maybe
What's the best screen protector brand (that would also have international Galaxy S2 protectors)? Anyone got any tips on what to use? [editline]2nd May 2012[/editline] [QUOTE=pawelte1;35792181]Is there any reason to use a screen protector on a phone with Gorilla Glass?[/QUOTE] While the Galaxy S2 does have Gorilla Glass, it also has a layer of olephobic coating on top of it (meant to reduce fingerprints), which you CAN scratch quite easily (although those scratches will be hardly noticable as they aren't bigger than a hair).
[QUOTE=shian;35793014]My friend is getting a new phone, but he's rather budget, and is considering a HTC One V or a Sony Ericsson Xperia neo V. He can't get the HTC one X because its too expensive. He said that the HTC one V is horribly slow, and that the Neo V is a better choice. If anyone can suggest another phone, and better, at around the same price, please do so. Also, If not, he's considering a bb curve 9360. And the requirements that he wants are: phone must be good with music and basic function like calling and sms and social networking[/QUOTE] Nexus S.
[QUOTE=PyroCF;35794283]Nexus S.[/QUOTE] He said too expensive. Its $700 even with contract. should be cost abt $350-$500 without contract and has to have a good media player and must avoid noticable lags...
[QUOTE=K1ngo64;35790507]Port everything now[/QUOTE] Crysis on Android?
[QUOTE=shian;35794766]He said too expensive. Its $700 even with contract. should be cost abt $350-$500 without contract and has to have a good media player and must avoid noticable lags...[/QUOTE] It's the best for music if not that then the galaxy s
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