Having to take off the watch during the day is unacceptable and completely defeat its purpose I think. I see it as mainly for convenience of not...
He installed ICS on an Incredible, not the Rezound.
When the Rezound gets the official ICS, it'll have HTC Sense on it, so I wouldn't expect it...
If he files his phone as stolen, he can get a new replacement. Huge benefit.
No one? :(
I guess this applies to all phones, but with the cost of this phone, I'm more worried about the risk.
Is there a way to make sure, that when...
GO Contacts offers this. AOSP Android's Contacts app never had this feature. I've always just used the Search button to start dialing.
If people called you on your normal cell phone number, Google Voice won't get involved. Google Voice voicemail kicks in when people call your...
You considering buying off contract? Since you have a Bionic, I'm assuming you're not eligible for an upgrade.
That's because the BB needs promotions to stay relevant.
Where did you buy an unlocked one in the U.S.?
Did you buy from Verizon? I don't think they sell unlocked ones.
Only if the SGS2 supports LTE, otherwise, the Bionic will still be the only phone with dual-core AND LTE combo.
I think you guys will probably get away with it as long as the usage doesn't become abusive.
Tried Dolphin Browser HD yet?
Will Best Buy price match Amazon or Wirefly's prices as well?
You can try going to GMail on your desktop, Contacts -> More Action -> Find & merge duplicates... and see if that helps you out.
You also have to realize that most games aren't free, and most apps are free to begin with. I have a lot of useful apps that are free to begin...
Same problem here.
Wouldn't need to do it through warez, but as I don't have the phone, not familiar with its rooting scene and replacing the Contacts app.
Probably a fault of Sense UI. Wish they'd include the AOSP Contacts.apk as a choice for managing contacts.
If I buy my plan and phone through Amazon, would a Verizon store provide warranty services, such as replacements, if needed? Or do I have to...
I don't have Thunderbolt so can't try it, but have you installed "Google Search" and "Voice Search" from the Market?
Hmm, I'd have a new phone a year from now anyways, but I'd like to resell my Nexus S before it loses too much value.
OK, will my phone be obsolete in the sense of not having LTE when it becomes available?
Or will my phone be obsolete in the sense of not having...
So even though the Nexus S can't do HSPA+, it can do LTE when AT&T completes the deployment?