• Android thread V-faze is the epitome of fanboy who does nothing but moan and insult people.
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[QUOTE=Zedicus Mann;34717837]Man...iTunes SUCKS. Also I like the idea that if I buy an app on the Android market now, I can get any Android device later on and use the same apps (provided they're compatible)[/QUOTE] Can you browse the iTunes store outside of iTunes and install apps from your browser?
[QUOTE=mobrockers2;34717923]Can you browse the iTunes store outside of iTunes and install apps from your browser?[/QUOTE] You can browse it. However to install apps you have to use the program as far as I know.
[QUOTE=Zedicus Mann;34713418]What is it and how get?[/QUOTE] Motorola MotoActv, about $180 or so now. [url]http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1399692[/url] We're trying to get our own forum. We currently have a modified CWM running, root working.
[QUOTE=mobrockers2;34717923]Can you browse the iTunes store outside of iTunes and install apps from your browser?[/QUOTE] I don't see any reason why someone would want to do that...there isn't software for the Android Market so it works, but for iTunes it's better to have everything in one place. [editline]15th February 2012[/editline] [QUOTE=Zedicus Mann;34717837]Man...iTunes SUCKS. [/QUOTE] It may not be the best piece of software, but it works well for me and since I've been using it since 2004, I'm too attached to it. The Android Market needs gift cards too.
Can you get internet on that watch? If so it's a perfect way to browse in class.
[QUOTE=Killuah;34708970]I have ICS on my Galaxy S now. It works pretty well except for some apps(GTA 3) and two bugs: -No video recording -When I turn it off and put it to charge it automatically turns on[/QUOTE] Don't have both of those bugs Which Rom are you using?
[QUOTE=psp401.com;34718176]Motorola MotoActv, about $180 or so now. [url]http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1399692[/url] We're trying to get our own forum. We currently have a modified CWM running, root working.[/QUOTE] They ran Angry Birds on it :v:
Anyone have a solution to my previous post? I seriously cannot find what is consuming so much data :|
The HTC Endeavor's retail name is now the HTC OneX, the HTC Ville's name is the HTC OneS. I suppose this is the new line the way the Galaxy name is Samsung's line for smartphones.
[QUOTE=psp401.com;34718176]Motorola MotoActv, about $180 or so now. [url]http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1399692[/url] We're trying to get our own forum. We currently have a modified CWM running, root working.[/QUOTE] Oh, I've seen that before, but only the promo image with the workout app on it.
[QUOTE=garychencool;34719052]They ran Angry Birds on it :v:[/QUOTE] Is this the new 'hacked gadget' standard? Before was to make it run Doom.
Finally got a new phone, Samsung Galaxy S II, And its lovely so far.
[QUOTE=Ins4ne;34719500]Anyone have a solution to my previous post? I seriously cannot find what is consuming so much data :|[/QUOTE] Try Watchdog
So apparently if I get straight As then I can get a transformer prime. I just finished a 4 hour maths and physics mega study session with just me and some books and my head really hurts. The things I do to get a tablet.
DEAR GOD PLEASE NO An Even Bigger (!) Galaxy Note Is Coming [release] Remember yesterday, when you thought the 5.4-inch screen-having Samsung Galaxy Note was gigantic? It's tiny. TINY, I say! Why? Because rumor has it that Samsung is preparing to unleash the Galaxy Note 10.1 at MWC. Yes, that's almost twice as big. Full size SlashGear spotted this little oopsie on Samsung's official blog. In the company's Guide to Samsung Developer Day, developers are invited to experience the Wave 3, the Wave Y, the Galaxy Note, and the Galaxy Note 10.1. The last of which, of course, doesn't officially exist—yet. While Samsung realized its error and has removed the page, this image still exists for posterity. What's curious to me is not that Samsung is going to launch a full-sized tablet that works with an S-Pen, it's that it can't just make its current suite of many-sized tablets just work with the S-Pen. Samsung's already got a 10.1-inch tablet, so unless the Note 10.1 takes a massive jump in specs—which it should, since the Galaxy Tab 10.1 has been around for a year now—this seems silly. Samsung already "augments" Android with its custom user-interface (TouchWiz), so why it couldn't just develop a Bluetooth stylus and build in the integration to all of its tablets, I don't know. [/release] [url]http://gizmodo.com/5885308/an-even-bigger-galaxy-note-is-coming[/url]
[QUOTE=Ninja Duck;34718624]I don't see any reason why someone would want to do that...there isn't software for the Android Market so it works, but for iTunes it's better to have everything in one place. [editline]15th February 2012[/editline] It may not be the best piece of software, but it works well for me and since I've been using it since 2004, I'm too attached to it. The Android Market needs gift cards too.[/QUOTE] You mean being able to go to a website and install your apps wherever you are isn't better than having to install this crappy iTunes thing?
[QUOTE=shian;34723572]DEAR GOD PLEASE NO An Even Bigger (!) Galaxy Note Is Coming [release] Remember yesterday, when you thought the 5.4-inch screen-having Samsung Galaxy Note was gigantic? It's tiny. TINY, I say! Why? Because rumor has it that Samsung is preparing to unleash the Galaxy Note 10.1 at MWC. Yes, that's almost twice as big. Full size SlashGear spotted this little oopsie on Samsung's official blog. In the company's Guide to Samsung Developer Day, developers are invited to experience the Wave 3, the Wave Y, the Galaxy Note, and the Galaxy Note 10.1. The last of which, of course, doesn't officially exist—yet. While Samsung realized its error and has removed the page, this image still exists for posterity. What's curious to me is not that Samsung is going to launch a full-sized tablet that works with an S-Pen, it's that it can't just make its current suite of many-sized tablets just work with the S-Pen. Samsung's already got a 10.1-inch tablet, so unless the Note 10.1 takes a massive jump in specs—which it should, since the Galaxy Tab 10.1 has been around for a year now—this seems silly. Samsung already "augments" Android with its custom user-interface (TouchWiz), so why it couldn't just develop a Bluetooth stylus and build in the integration to all of its tablets, I don't know. [/release] [url]http://gizmodo.com/5885308/an-even-bigger-galaxy-note-is-coming[/url][/QUOTE] Ha, find jeans big enough for THAT. the article picture is brilliant though :v:
[QUOTE=shian;34723572]DEAR GOD PLEASE NO An Even Bigger (!) Galaxy Note Is Coming [release] Remember yesterday, when you thought the 5.4-inch screen-having Samsung Galaxy Note was gigantic? It's tiny. TINY, I say! Why? Because rumor has it that Samsung is preparing to unleash the Galaxy Note 10.1 at MWC. Yes, that's almost twice as big. Full size SlashGear spotted this little oopsie on Samsung's official blog. In the company's Guide to Samsung Developer Day, developers are invited to experience the Wave 3, the Wave Y, the Galaxy Note, and the Galaxy Note 10.1. The last of which, of course, doesn't officially exist—yet. While Samsung realized its error and has removed the page, this image still exists for posterity. What's curious to me is not that Samsung is going to launch a full-sized tablet that works with an S-Pen, it's that it can't just make its current suite of many-sized tablets just work with the S-Pen. Samsung's already got a 10.1-inch tablet, so unless the Note 10.1 takes a massive jump in specs—which it should, since the Galaxy Tab 10.1 has been around for a year now—this seems silly. Samsung already "augments" Android with its custom user-interface (TouchWiz), so why it couldn't just develop a Bluetooth stylus and build in the integration to all of its tablets, I don't know. [/release] [url]http://gizmodo.com/5885308/an-even-bigger-galaxy-note-is-coming[/url][/QUOTE] Well, I guess people will need to get new pants with huge ass pockets, 10.1 inch pockets :v:
Gizmodo people are assholes.
Wait a moment. GALAXY NOTE IS A PHONE?
yes
[QUOTE=Ezhik;34726185]Gizmodo people are assholes.[/QUOTE] Aren't they Apple Fanboys?
Yeah, Gizmodo spends a lot of time wanking off to apple products.
I'd like to have ICS on my Galaxy S2, is there a ROM for daily use or are they too buggy?
[QUOTE=Trippeh;34728196]I'd like to have ICS on my Galaxy S2, is there a ROM for daily use or are they too buggy?[/QUOTE] CM9 is great if you don't record or watch video.
Some people in this world can't wait for things... ...such as ICS
[QUOTE=garychencool;34729092]Some people in this world can't wait for things... ...such as ICS[/QUOTE] Some people get pissed off when it's confirmed for the phone in the THIRD semester of this year.
I want to know when/if the Samsung Galaxy Player will get an ICS update.
[QUOTE=garychencool;34729092]Some people in this world can't wait for things... ...such as ICS[/QUOTE] Some people in this world also post helpful replies...
A 10.1" Galaxy Note is clearly a tablet and not a phone. I don't see why everyone's getting their nipples in a twist. Hell, S pen features on a tablet would be pretty cool.
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