User: Robotic Captain Ahash
These are the most recent forum messages posted by Robotic Captain Ahash:
It makes a lot more sense to me
to have that aspect ratio on a phone.
I am very intrigued.
I like this aspect ratio for a phone.
That is why you don't shop on 3rd party sites.
What will happen is when you call in to activate your new phone the system absolutely requires us to add that code in. I can't imagine the amount of unhappy customers that site has caused.
should be a law.
Bankruptcy and then government bailout.
That's like highway robbery. On the Cell Seas! Sea-highway cell robbery I guess you could call it.
A 37-inch screen on the 710?! What are you thinking Nokia?!
The Lumia 710's display is the same size and resolution of the 800s (37-inches, 800 x 480 pixels)... And I thought the evo was too large...
Re: And now
The jobs actually way better if you don't breath.
At all. RUUUUN FOR YOUR LIIIIFE
but the phone will trasmit the serial number from the phone over wi-fi. If the serial is registered as stolen, they can then remotely activate the GPS to track the phone. Trust me, we catch a ton of people who think that they have to activate the phone with a service to be caught, but all it takes is a simple wi-fi connection.
y u no love teh capitan rich?
This phone looks great.
Pantech is really impressing me lately.
What font type does the forum use?
I was just curious as to the default font.
You even troll
in real life. Impressive.
Trojans in China?!
Get back to Greece you sillies!
:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:
I herd from a sooper reliable freind that a certan big cellfone carriar is goin to get a realy awsom fone guise. its goin 2b epic!
Same thing I do.
Stay inside and play games! :P
Same here man.
This is getting ridiculous.
What in the world
is "bubble buttons"?
What is there to not understand?
Android runs a linux kernel as is, it's not really a huge jump.
to clarify terminology.
If you're concerned with this stealing info
you should be just as concerned for a regular cellphone camera or even a disposable camera as well. The only thing this does, as far as I've seen, is take a picture of the front of the card and then read the number off of the picture, and relay that number to the software which runs the card. It just takes away a few steps and makes it so you don't have to manually put in a number to ...
I've won 5 already.
except not in any real useful way. This serves the same purpose as a slider. Except more breakable. And more expensive to produce.
I noticed the little dot
on the side highlighting the section you're in. Nice touch.
I wanted to post it here because to my knowledge Android gives full disclosure and an opt out option for this, while the news articles are regularly implying that Android records this information with no notice to the user. To my knowledge this is incorrect information in the news articles.
Question regarding Android location data usage.
I am an Android user myself and have been following its development for quite some time. To my knowledge the phone prompts you in any instance where your location data may be stored or updated at least the first time you use an application, and will prompt when you first boot the phone to allow the phone in general to track location. Is there a seperate function of the phone that tracks your location even if you opt out ...
gave me a healthy laugh. Thank you kvlt.
I really want to apologize
I had meant this as polite feedback and I'm sorry that some people turned up to troll and make jokes over the issues. That was not my intention.