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Old June 19th, 2012, 10:04 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default need some feed backHow do you like the Aviator? is it worth purchasing?

How do you like the Aviator? is it worth purchasing? I'm due an upgrade.

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At this point, I think you'd probably be silly to get the Aviator with the SGSIII so close.

The Aviator is a decent phone once it's been rooted, overclocked and de-bloated, but out of the box it is almost useless. The 4G is awesome, but the actual hardware is painfully outdated. Remember, this was the Droid Charge, a mid-level phone from a year ago. That should give you an idea of what kind of performance to expect out of the box.
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I hate mine, I have had 3 sessions with US Cellular customer service on the phone as they "try something different" I miss calls, even with the phone in my hand and I knew someone is calling, nothing happens and it goes to voice mail. I loved my mesmerize and in the exact same places I use to have great internet reception I have very intermittent reception with my aviator.
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I went with the Samsung GSII. It was $149.99 for current customers with no mail in rebate.

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Seriously? Everyone is UNDER Estimating the Power of this phone! I bit the bullet at $49.99 and got this phone!

Its Super Fast even with all the apps i added to it! HD Recording in 720p! 8mp Back and 1.4mp Front cameras look AMAZING! ALL SHARE lets me stream Videos, Movies and Pics from my PC to my Phone! The phone itself is super fast, the audio ROCKS and the 4G Southeastern Wisconsin is Top Notch! When not on 4G it has a 3G Connection that NO OTHER Provider has come close to!

Def Recommend this phone while its onsale... You wont regret it!
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I like mine but I wish there was a way to really learn about Android phones. That is where Iphone has it. Just walk into the Apple Store and they can teach you all the tips and tricks and how to's. Go to the phone store where bought and you will be lucky to find an employee that REALLY knows how to use their phone. I know my Ipod Touch inside out.
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I like mine but I wish there was a way to really learn about Android phones. That is where Iphone has it. Just walk into the Apple Store and they can teach you all the tips and tricks and how to's. Go to the phone store where bought and you will be lucky to find an employee that REALLY knows how to use their phone. I know my Ipod Touch inside out.
Talk to your local USCC store. They have classes to show you the ropes on your specific device. Other than that, just play around with it and hang out on some forums like this. Android has a pretty huge community of fans and supporters, so you'll be sure to learn if you pay attention.
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The Samsung Galaxy S Aviator is US Cellulars first 4G LTE smartphone. Many of you may recognize the design, and such does not come as a surprise. This device is another version of Verizon's Samsung DROID Charge. It comes with a 4.3-inch Super... Read More



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