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  1. offthecha1n

    offthecha1n Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    What are some of your best or most used apps or games (paid or free) with the behold 2. since coming from the g1 I was able to eliminate a few.
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    Klaxon alarm- Paid (as Night clock wont work with the phone) (got rid of this as it wouldnt stay on all night)
    Flashlight- free (use every day)

    Games
    Robo defense- Paid (awesome, free or paid version)
    abduction- Free
     

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  2. rdillz

    rdillz Well-Known Member

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    Apps....

    Gmote
    Photo Burst
    Afile
    Better cut
    Dolphin browser
    Fring
    Luk Luk Player
    I music
    Androzip
    Layar
    Ringdroid

    Games...

    Hyper space
    Uno
    Spades
    Droid Breakout
    DJ Pro

    All the good game like 3D light racer & speed forge don't work on the B2.
     
  3. offthecha1n

    offthecha1n Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    I just re-did the flashlight app with hide n seek , i looks like a flash light app but when you press menu 3 times it opens itd self tou to hide pics/vids/apps ect in from snooping people looking through your phone
     
  4. derrickps3

    derrickps3 Well-Known Member

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    is there a music app with an equalizer and special effects? i like editing the sound when listening to music, like making it sound like its in a hall or arena etc...
     
  5. offthecha1n

    offthecha1n Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    im not sure, try dj it or pocket dj
     
  6. behold_this

    behold_this Well-Known Member

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    there sure is its called the STOCK MUSIC PLAYER. read your manual, it will tell you how to access the multi-channel equalizer. No "special effects" though whatever that means, but you can set the music to live and it sounds like being in a large hall or theater. also has preset settings for rock, bass, custom, and many many others.
     

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