is the android right for me

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  1. m_ghv_geo

    m_ghv_geo Member This Topic's Starter

    Feb 3, 2010
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    i need help am interesting if the android phone is right for me
    right know i have iphone 3g jailbroken O.S. which has 128mb of RAM and the O.S. itself is using 83mb and the iphons have memory leaking problems sou i need phone with bigger ram
    option 1 iphone 3Gs
    option 2 Google nexus

    i hate syncing music and than playing it by native player sou am ssh-ing into my iphons filesystem and sending music file in directly to filesystem
    and when i want to listen those music in my iphone am using the "IFILE" which is the file system explorer.
    also i love the terminal (command line/shell)

    sou things i need to switch to android phone are

    1.filesystem explorer with audio,video player it should be able to open and edit text files and at least read world, excel and etc...
    2.terminal emulator
    3.:D:rolleyes: and am interesting if there are cracked apps for android just info yes/no

    thank you for the help

  2. vincentp

    vincentp Well-Known Member

    Nov 11, 2009
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    It's easy to browse the file system on the computer as a USB drive, or on an Android phone with apps like Astro (or any other file manager for that matter), and perfect if you prefer to manually add or remove media files. That's how I do it, just drag and drop, no need to sync anything. I don't know if you can do this with a jailbroken iPhone as I haven't used one. You can also launch files if you prefer from the file manager itself instead of grabbing them through the specific app, you just have to select an app to open them the first time as you would on a computer.

    There are apps (I believe there is at least one free one) that will do read-only for word and excel files.

    I'm not sure what you mean by cracked apps, but if you root your phone you have the ability to install a lot of things that you wouldn't be able to use otherwise - WiFi tethering, Overclocking utilities, custom boot screens and graphics, terminal emulators, etc.

    I think you'll be pleasantly surprised.

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