I've been using Android for quite a while now and I love it, but still there are things which I do not like that much. Maybe some of you guys can even help me understand a few things? First of all, when I was looking for a new phone, I kept hearing that the iPhone was locked and you couldn't change anything. I also heard that Android was all about customization and you could do whatever you wanted with your device. Well, if that means changing the wallpapers and stuff like that, ok, but that's not what I call total customization. I had to root my phone and get metamorph to create my own theme (I love transparency!), and then again I can't change everything. With an iPhone, isn't rooting just like jailbreaking? I am more than happy with my device, but I think it's not really a fair reason to get Android, as you'll need a lot of technical knowledge to customize the stuff you want. Installing a custom recovery via ADB isn't what I call user friendly. Second thing: I get a lot of apps that "aren't responding" (windows anyone?). I then get the choice to kill it, or to wait. As soon as I click wait, it works just fine. Not once have I ever chosen not to wait. Does that only happen to me? (or my device, Samsung Galaxy I7500) And what's with the homescreens? I had to install another launcher just to get 5 of them (I use 7 now). Three is definitely not enough. Wifi. Oh boy, don't get me started on wifi. As soon as my device gets disconnected from my home network (because it does, don't ask why). It won't reconnect automatically. I have to enter the settings, click on wifi, and only then it will connect automatically. Yay. I have no data plan, so this is really annoying. On another subject, what brought me to Android were the updates. Funny that my phone still has 1.5! (I'm using a custom 1.6 ROM, and there's a 2.1 beta available, but the camera doesn't work. None of this comes from Samsung.) I know this has nothing to do with Google, but the phones should receive more updates. There are a lot of new phones on the market every month or so, causing the older phones to be "forgotten". One last thing: my phone won't reconnect to the carrier's network after I lose signal. It's going to take a lot of time before I can use the network, which is really annoying. I don't know who or what to blame for that though. Alright, that's it for now. I could talk about a lot of stuff, but it would be even more boring and no one would read it. Once again, I like Android and I have no regrets at all.