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  1. aznkitten

    aznkitten Member This Topic's Starter

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    Hi there, I'm fairly new to the android platform but im getting the hang of it by the minute. I've previously owned a blackberry pearl, nokia e71, nokia n97. I've also used the Iphone 3gs, palm treo 500, samsung blackjack, htc tilt, nokia n95. From a wide range of smartphones, I must say, android is by far the fastest (when it comes to booting up, loading apps, viewing pages and maps, and just about everything else). The display is very crisp too. I am using the new google phone that is supposedly coming out next month in case you guys are wondering. Feature-wise, its lacking some of the essentials of a stock smart phone... but the Market is where you go to fill that void.

    So far, I haven't had any luck finding an app that will make my phone in discoverable mode all the time. There's a limit under your bluetooth settings of 106 seconds or so, but I would prefer it if there was no limit. Suggestions anyone?
     

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  2. Carl C

    Carl C Well-Known Member

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    Moving to Nexus one forum :)

    Welcome to the Forums BTW
     
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    aznkitten Member This Topic's Starter

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    Great! Sorry about that. Thanks Carl!
     
  4. t-mizzle

    t-mizzle Well-Known Member

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    Can you do us a favor? Can you download neocore from the market and post the benchmark results here? It's a 3d demo made by qualcomm, it should be under games section in the market. Thanks in advance.

    As for permanent blue tooth, I don't know how that can be done.
     
  5. 3rd-Geer

    3rd-Geer Well-Known Member

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    I have this phone...if you really had this phone you wouldnt' have asked this question. By default, on the second window to the right you have that 5 button bar that has the following:

    wifi, bluetooth, sound, refresh, brightness

    You should know that you can click on and off each of those to keep them on or off.
     
  6. t-mizzle

    t-mizzle Well-Known Member

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    OWNED! Sticky this $hit so we can share a laugh.
     
  7. aznkitten

    aznkitten Member This Topic's Starter

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    Lol. Are you implying I don't actually have the phone? Don't worry, not going to steal your thunder, and post pictures to prove it... ok? So you can still sleep better now. Glad you dont work for google anymore.

    Wow Einstein there IS that power switch on the other window when I slide to the right! Good job. Wow. Did that solve my problem? No. Do me a favor, tap that bluetooth switch on and go to your bluetooth settings. Now tell me, if the discoverable field is checked? Hmm didn't think so. You should know this since you are the mighty owner (I mean borrower) of this monster phone.

    Did I pass the nexus one test? (a rethorical question)
     
  8. aznkitten

    aznkitten Member This Topic's Starter

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    Had to say something huh.?
     

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