T-Mobile LG G2x gingerbread received on 26 July 2011 - OTA
I haven't noticed any real differences, except that it hasn't "locked up" or re-booted itself....yet. Keeping fingers crossed :-)
Android-er to be.
The two phones I have in mind are the LG G2x and the upcoming HTC Sensation. I know that the LG G2x runs a stock version of Android and the HTC has the 'Sense'.
Aside from looks, what does HTC's custom user interface offer up that the stock Android does not? Is it a big deal, or mostly vanity?
And lastly, does the phone being version 2.2 or 2.3 really make a world of difference?
I'm really looking for some helpful insight, so if all you plan on saying is "HTC sucks!" or "LG sucks" or "Android sucks" or "Get an iPhone" or something empty-headed of that sort, please don't.
Thanks in advance for any help!
This is a DX2 that I am looking at. Has anyone heard if this is only for this phone or it will be for any new android?
Also I noticed the verizon tab has disappeared, Which is sweet, because I want one of the AT&T specific applications.
Monetizing android app??
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None of AT&T phones will work on their LTE system?
Say it ain't so!
If this is true, then I bet a bunch of folks are buying 4G units right now, thinking that they will eventually be able to reap the benefits of AT&T's LTE system later!
Productivity just got taken down a notch.
Who's making the best Android phones?
-Are some manufacturers doing a better job than others at making these phones?
Android requires how much internal memory to run smoothly without impacting the UI or Hardware of the device. Obviously I understand that it will depend on paramters of the phone...I.E. CPU, RAM, etc. etc....just wanting a general idea.
Samsung Gem help!
I have a Samsung Gem and I am trying to send a picture to my aunt. I know that I can send pictures, but the picture never sends. It usually says that the file is too big. Any suggestions on what to do or why my picture won't send?
What do you think will happen
This situation may have been discussed here previously, been given the state of Android and its increasing fragmentation, I would like to hear some thoughts on this issue. The reason I've been thinking about this stems from my own company (Sprint's) decision to install Sprint ID on a few of their smartphones. It seems like the next logical step is for some companies to create apps that only work on a select number of their devices. Is this the future of our beloved platform?
Samsung Fascinate Bluetooth issues