Had the N1, jumped to the HD2, then iPhone 4, then back to the N1 LOL


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    atn_chargers Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    Hey guys, no matter what I seem to do, I find myself back to a N1. I love the hardware on the HD2, so I said, "what the heck? Screen is awesome, and how bad can WinMo be?". So I jumped ship. After a month or so, WinMo was really getting on my nerves. It is a beautiful phone wrapped in crap OS. So I decided to try out the iPhone 4. Amazing phone and great camera! But I could not stand not having 3G (I have T-Mobile). So I decided to go back to the N1. OH how I missed this phone! So I guess the saying is true, "You never know what you have, until it's gone". Cherish your N1 guys! :)
     

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  2. Fabolous

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    I thought it was pretty easy to boot Android on the HD2? Doesn't it even have CM6 already?
     
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    Mostly Harmless Well-Known Member Contributor

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    Welcome back!
     
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    eric1589 Active Member

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    u had the iphone on tmobile, but with no 3g?
     
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    atn_chargers Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    Yeah I had the iPhone 4 on T-mobile. And yes, all iPhones are unable to pick up T-Mobile's 3G network. The slow crappy speeds forced me to give it up. I really love the N1. Booting Android on the HD2 sucks! It's still very unstable (freezing, laggy, slow), not to mention it drains the battery like crazy!!!
     
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    welcome back, glad to have ya back
     
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    now you got Blackberry and Nokia left
     
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    LoL I had the same thing happen to me! :(

    I cheated on my beautiful Nexus with an Hd2 thinking that the bigger screen, skype, and bluetooth keyboard support might be better than my Nexus One. I also thought worst case scenario that I would convert the Hd2 to Android if Windows Mobile wasn't my cup of tea.

    BOY was I wrong :(

    1) Hd2 can run Android but it is slow, freezes, gets hot, and drains the battery like crazy (understandable since you running an entire smartphone operating system from a tiny file in your SD card)

    2) Windows Mobile 6.5 sucks compared to Android.

    I am so happy I made the choice to go back with my faithful Nexus!!! :)
     

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