1. uhanrodric's Avatar
    So last night, I've officially done it. I've listed my last Android Phone on eBay. Me and my Nexus One have had some good times. Looks like I'm 100% Apple now.

    Now to transition from this crap they call Windows 7, to an iMac.
    07-24-2010 11:47 AM
  2. w00dy's Avatar
    Welcom to a more user friendly world!
    07-24-2010 06:27 PM
  3. Duvi's Avatar
    Welcome to the party and TiPb.com. I still have and use my N1, but
    the i4 is definitely a game changer... battery life, screen, apps and
    how everything is implemented.
    07-24-2010 07:36 PM
  4. uhanrodric's Avatar
    Welcom to a more user friendly world!
    This might sound dumb, but if I could change one thing about the iPhone, I think I would make it a little more complex. Lol. Maybe that's the geek in me? But the apps, wow. I think I bought one (maybe?) app through the Android Market. Through the Apple App Store I need to make sure my card's not saved to my account, so I'm not continuously racking up charges.
    07-25-2010 08:15 AM
  5. Jellotime91's Avatar
    Welcome to the party and TiPb.com. I still have and use my N1, but
    the i4 is definitely a game changer... battery life, screen, apps and
    how everything is implemented.
    What can you do with the phone when there's no SIM in it? I'm considering getting a new Android phone as a secondary device but there aren't any good ones available for my carrier. Will I have to unlock and activate it just to use it as a test phone on Wifi?
    07-25-2010 10:19 PM
  6. uhanrodric's Avatar
    What can you do with the phone when there's no SIM in it? I'm considering getting a new Android phone as a secondary device but there aren't any good ones available for my carrier. Will I have to unlock and activate it just to use it as a test phone on Wifi?
    "Vanilla" Android phones seem to be the only ones that don't have to be activated. The Nexus One can be started up via Wi-Fi, it just has to connect to the Google Servers.

    But the same with the iPhone, I'm sure there is a way to activate anything if you really wanted to.
    07-26-2010 08:35 AM
  7. ghostface147's Avatar
    Now to transition from this crap they call Windows 7, to an iMac.
    What wrong with Windows 7? I would say that it is the best OS they have produced in a long time. I recommend it to everyone who doesn't want a Mac.
    07-27-2010 11:50 AM
  8. Megaman's Avatar
    Welcome to the brotherhood!

    You picked well. Much better than a stupid droid.. psh. droid... lame
    08-01-2010 05:07 PM
  9. Jellotime91's Avatar
    What wrong with Windows 7? I would say that it is the best OS they have produced in a long time. I recommend it to everyone who doesn't want a Mac.
    It's good but after a few months I started getting BSOD a few times a day, and eventually my PC was restarting constantly whenever I tried to start it up with my iPhone plugged in.

    You'd recommend it to anyone who doesn't want a Mac, eh? haha... Kinda answers your own question doesn't it?
    08-01-2010 07:27 PM
  10. ghostface147's Avatar
    It's good but after a few months I started getting BSOD a few times a day, and eventually my PC was restarting constantly whenever I tried to start it up with my iPhone plugged in.

    You'd recommend it to anyone who doesn't want a Mac, eh? haha... Kinda answers your own question doesn't it?
    Most of my family members can't afford a Mac. They buy what they can afford and what they can afford suits them well.
    08-01-2010 09:04 PM
  11. Jellotime91's Avatar
    Most of my family members can't afford a Mac. They buy what they can afford and what they can afford suits them well.
    Yeah and what I'm saying is there are really only 2 options in the market... So what you're saying is you would recommend a Mac, but if they can't afford it you recommend a PC. By that logic you're saying that Windows is worse than Mac OS. :P
    08-01-2010 09:22 PM
  12. uhanrodric's Avatar
    I personally prefer windows xp over vista and/or 7. I agree with Jellotime. I just find myself restarting far too often after itnlocks up on me.
    08-01-2010 11:55 PM
  13. TampaDude's Avatar
    Took a look at the new Captivate at the AT&T store yesterday. I'll keep my iPhone 4, thank you.
    08-09-2010 12:14 PM
  14. TampaDude's Avatar
    I personally prefer windows xp over vista and/or 7. I agree with Jellotime. I just find myself restarting far too often after itnlocks up on me.
    Been running xp on an HP desktop system since 2002. No major issues at all.
    08-09-2010 12:15 PM
  15. uhanrodric's Avatar
    Been running xp on an HP desktop system since 2002. No major issues at all.
    NICE!
    08-09-2010 02:03 PM
  16. whmurray's Avatar
    I read too much into the "goodbye." I was hoping that you were declaring the end of the Android hype.
    08-09-2010 02:15 PM
  17. whmurray's Avatar
    Can one even imagine that someone would use AT&T to get an Android?
    08-09-2010 02:18 PM
  18. uhanrodric's Avatar
    Can one even imagine that someone would use AT&T to get an Android?
    The AT&T version of the Samsung Galaxy S is pretty BAD A$$. So that would be the only decent offering of anything Android from AT&T @ the moment. (Unless you managed to score an AT&T compatible Nexus One from Google) So if I were on AT&T now, and wanted an Android phone, DEFINITLEY the Samsung Galaxy S. (Or whatever spin off name they gave it). But they will soon have to pick up the pace in that section anyway...when the iPhone is not only AT&T, especially if it goes Verizon, they're going to have to draw people in the old fashion way...with a bunch of rad phones, not just the iPhone.

    EDIT: It's called the Captivate.
    Last edited by UhanRodric; 08-09-2010 at 04:19 PM.
    08-09-2010 03:48 PM
  19. mkostera16's Avatar
    Nice choice! Way easier ui
    08-12-2010 04:41 PM
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