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|Re: Android, Anyone? by denzel2009: 4:03pm On Nov 11, 2010|
^^^Please come back when they sort the signal problems
|Re: Android, Anyone? by na2day(m): 4:06pm On Nov 11, 2010|
This 4 u
I is for the Instant Grat,
the need to know right off the bat
who won the game,
which e-mails came.
It might not end up being the same
as last time, or the time before.
I'll check again, just to be sure.
P is for the Paucity
of life inside the battery,
which every other smartphone tops.
It drops and drops
and never stops.
It lasts for hours, just as long
as I don't turn the power on.
H is for the Hours in line,
with nothing 'round to pass the time.
Brav'd summer rains
and standing pains
and made imperceptible gains,
to make obs'lete one July day,
the model which I'd bought in May.
O comes twice after the one
when ev'ry billing period's done.
That's ten times ten,
and all completely worth it when
I have my weather stats supplied
without the need to peek outside.
N is for No Internet,
which is often what I get,
under shadow, roof, and sky,
in subways low and buildings high,
and anywhere I vainly try.
Except that myth'cal 3G Zone
With room to fit me and my phone.
E is for the Endless apps,
which bring about with simple taps
everything that Apple hawks.
I check the time on foreign clocks,
and I could eas'ly track my stocks,
if I hadn't racked up debt,
financing Steve Jobs' private jet.
When strung together, not alone,
these letters six spell out IPHONE.
And Apple, Apple, burning dim,
on some base and capricious whim,
released this fearful acronym.
Despite it all, I'll need to get a life
Before queuing again for Version five.
|Re: Android, Anyone? by Azanor(m): 6:08pm On Nov 11, 2010|
@na2day: Nice rhymes man. U should write poetry for a living. As for android phones, I will get one eventually cos the really good ones are too expensive (for me) and the affordable ones are not appealing at all. So for now I'll stick with nokia and their affordable smartphones which aren't too bad.
|Re: Android, Anyone? by na2day(m): 5:08am On Nov 12, 2010|
No be me write the poem o!
i got off the net, just did a little bit of modification
|Re: Android, Anyone? by na2day(m): 2:29pm On Nov 12, 2010|
All if you guys that love free music,
Download free music with MUSIC WIZARD app, its free in the marketplace!
its like a limewire on your cellphone!
MP3 search and download, millions of mp3 music from free music from public search engine. simple and light weight.
No-frills interface,reliable search results.
Ileke Idi? Where are u?
|Re: Android, Anyone? by na2day(m): 3:08pm On Nov 12, 2010|
All of u ANGRY BIRDS lovers, the free app is back in the marketplace get urs
b4 its removed again!
the game is highly addictive, BE WARNED!!!
|Re: Android, Anyone? by omk: 2:07pm On Nov 13, 2010|
Can someone please tell me the APN settings for Glo on a Samsung Galaxy S?
I just signed up for the MICRO thingy, but the data connection is not even working.
Note: I already tried gloflat/flat/flat
|Re: Android, Anyone? by na2day(m): 4:04pm On Nov 13, 2010|
Presently i'm not in 9ja,
why not take it to glo service center!
All these gloflat/flat/flat are riddles to me!
|Re: Android, Anyone? by abioila(m): 9:02pm On Nov 13, 2010|
Nokia N8 all the way.how would someone say andriod or ios is beta dan symbian~3 wen dey cant even do propa multitaskn.The rilis of nokia N9 wit meego wil blow icrap 5,samsung galaxy and htc away.GO NOKIA
|Re: Android, Anyone? by Nobody: 1:55am On Nov 14, 2010|
I downloaded the MUSIC WIZARD, but I cant download any music with it.
|Re: Android, Anyone? by Nobody: 1:57am On Nov 14, 2010|
I'm here o lol
Oh really. . . .I'll give it another try.
|Re: Android, Anyone? by na2day(m): 2:23am On Nov 14, 2010|
Dont worry, i just read some comments on the app now, people complained dat sometimes it doesnt connect, i'm testin here also but not connecting,
I'd downloaded about 16 songs b4, so I'd advice u wait and try again later
|Re: Android, Anyone? by na2day(m): 2:44am On Nov 14, 2010|
For some of you homesick guys, listen to Nigerian radio stations like Wazobia fm, Coolfm, Kapital fm, Eko fm and other streaming radio stations like Radio palmwine on your android mobile.
Believe me, its just like being at home! (with all d confirmentos - just love wazobia fm )
Its free in the market place
|Re: Android, Anyone? by na2day(m): 9:25am On Nov 14, 2010|
Its working again!
I'm downloading "If i was a boy by beyonce" now.
Enjoy d freebies.
|Re: Android, Anyone? by na2day(m): 9:27am On Nov 14, 2010|
Its working again!
I'm downloading "If i were a boy by beyonce" now.
Enjoy d freebies.
|Re: Android, Anyone? by Agbi4(m): 4:34pm On Nov 14, 2010|
Pls, someone should help me with where I can buy HTC phones in Nig or any online shop to buy from.
|Re: Android, Anyone? by na2day(m): 5:22pm On Nov 14, 2010|
Don't know whether SLOT stocks HTC androids, but ebay is a good place to start!
|Re: Android, Anyone? by moonraker(m): 8:04am On Nov 15, 2010|
Ermmm Contact me when the andriod platform
is able to connect to an adhoc network OFB,
then i will know that it is really serious in taking
on the rest of the other platforms, pls see what
the windows 7 mobile is doing!!!! that is the future!!!
|Re: Android, Anyone? by texazzpete(m): 10:50am On Nov 15, 2010|
Even Nokia knows that their symbian and Nokia N8 is no match for ios and Android. There's a reason why Nokia classes the N8 as a MIDRANGE phone.
|Re: Android, Anyone? by Maximip(m): 1:36pm On Nov 15, 2010|
Yeah! Android is amazing. Got the SGS and killer apps,
Advanced Task Killer.
Guitar Hero 5
Modern Combat: Sandstorm
and the ultimate battery save is APNdroid (people get 48hrs with it)
Miumeet is also impressive (socialize based on your gps location)
|Re: Android, Anyone? by na2day(m): 4:08pm On Nov 15, 2010|
U sure know ur android!,
I'm pleased to see another dude making full use
of d phone.
|Re: Android, Anyone? by na2day(m): 4:17pm On Nov 15, 2010|
Destroy your screen wit these app, its fun to use
*Drug Information – Ability to access thousands of brand and generic drugs, with indications, contraindications, retail pricing, mechanism of action,
and lots more
*Pill ID – Identify a drug based on the color, shape, or imprint code
*Drug Interactions – One of the most popular features Epocrates offers. Can check the interactions for up to 30 drugs at a time, especially useful for
your geriatric patients. Hopefully they aren’t on 30 drugs though.
*Tables and Calculators – Includes MedMath, a feature rich calculator we mentioned in our review of Epocrates.
|Re: Android, Anyone? by abioila(m): 8:18am On Nov 16, 2010|
texazzpete:i noe nokia and symbian are temporary down but symbian stil gat loadz of functions misn in andriod and ios.JUST WAIT AND SEE NOKIA N9 WIT MEEGO-THE FUTURE OS.
|Re: Android, Anyone? by avi2612: 11:13am On Nov 16, 2010|
Man android is day bomb,
my current phone by HTC Google nexus one,
I hacked it unlocked bootloadee n installed cyanogen rom. .
Man as if 1ghz processor wasn't enuf its much faster now n battery life better with extra cool settings,
Only I can't get an ota firmware update to 2.2. Am currently on 2.1, but who cares, cyanogen rom Is kool,
My next hack to use desire rom, n make these 2 run side by side,
N yes for android users do download Adv task killer, that also helps in extending battery life,
Also have put the apn settings for mtn but can't browse, is this a generaal thing with HTC users or can someone help me out on this,
|Re: Android, Anyone? by Maximip(m): 2:04pm On Nov 16, 2010|
And what are these functions? I'm sure u've never used the android or ios or even the meego before.
support what you say with facts
|Re: Android, Anyone? by benabbey(m): 5:15pm On Nov 16, 2010|
Every operating system has their own advantage. Android is open ended every Dick and Harry phone manufacturer can manipulate it to their own use. Blackberry is closed ended that is why Virus cannot have access to it.
|Re: Android, Anyone? by celemel(m): 8:26pm On Nov 16, 2010|
I posted on this thread before but it seems, the administrator had other ideas, or was uncomfortable with my contributions. In any case, I hope this one stays. I use the Desire. It's a very fine piece of wonder. Before then, I used Nokia all my life. I must say, I enjoy my Desire thoroughly. I'm not however impressed with the android open-endedness. I'm still dreaming of that day when Nokia shall combine the robustness of their hardware to the simplicity of the OS, iphone or android-styled. That would ne the bomb. For peeps who had issues with battery, I'd advice you go for the JuiceDefender app, instead of Advanced Task Killer. ATK consumes more batter that it is designed to to conserve. The defender on the other hand, runs and demobilizes tasks especially, when the phone is idle.
|Re: Android, Anyone? by abioila(m): 8:52pm On Nov 16, 2010|
Maximip:how culd i av usd meego wen d platform is stil being built.must i av usd these os'es 2 noe how dey work?2 dumb?if u noe these os'es wel u wuld noe what am talkn about.
|Re: Android, Anyone? by Nobody: 9:02pm On Nov 16, 2010|
Thanks, for the torrent
o ti n sise.
na2day!:will try this later
|Re: Android, Anyone? by Maximip(m): 11:03pm On Nov 16, 2010|
Cool down, no need to get bitter about this little discussion.
You know, you can't really conclude on these things without using them. You can't also say an unreleased OS is better than an
already existing one. I read lots and lots of reviews trying to choose between Android and Iphone. I finally decided on the android and
I've not experienced any of the issues, problems, flaws I read about. If the hardware is right, you can usually find an application to do
what you think is missing.
I'm not saying what you said is not correct but tell us why you say so. Maybe you know something that
|Re: Android, Anyone? by texazzpete(m): 11:25pm On Nov 16, 2010|
Seriously, if you can't type in plain English, just STFU. Reading through your post is extremely frustrating.
As far as symbian is concerned, most of those apps you're proud of are hopelessly outdated, look extremely dated and are clunky as hell. Not to mention that there are apps for pretty much everything on the iOs and Android application stores.
Symbian is in serious decline. Deal with it.
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