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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by ckochinsky125, Aug 17, 2010.

  1. ckochinsky125

    Thread Starter

    So since bing will be on the fascinate I was wondering how similar or different it will be for navigation from google and if anyone has any experience using bing compared to google nav

  2. Eazail70x7

    Eazail70x7 Android Expert

    The iphone does have Bing search...
  3. ckochinsky125

    Thread Starter

    You didn't answer anything by posting that video I was asking if anyone used bing not if you can remove it or not.
  4. Droidable

    Droidable Well-Known Member

    I have no experience with Bing but I can tell you that you can just hide the searchbar and download Google applications(Google Maps, Sky Map, Places and so on) and make it your default. If you root the phone im sure you can completely remove it.
  5. ckochinsky125

    Thread Starter

    Yeah i figured you could do that i was just curious to if anyone had used it for like navigation and that and if so how it compared to google nav
  6. tsanuri

    tsanuri Android Enthusiast

    Unless things are differnet the one thing you can not do is make it to where when you hit the search button it will go to anything but Bing. I know that is what happened with the backflip when it came out on AT&T and got so much hate for it.
  7. Don S

    Don S Android Enthusiast

    Well this would be a disaster if true. This is exactly what folks who are not worried bout Bing being on this say you CAN do - set default search, maps, etc. Setting a default search would mean the default search button action. I guess we will have to see..
  8. ckochinsky125

    Thread Starter

    Well i rarely use the search anyway i would just use it more for navigation but i know some people would not like having to use bing to search for things
  9. wtherrell

    wtherrell Android Enthusiast

    I have tried Bing on my phone. I find the search engine to be great. The navigation-map part was very poor. It could never get a GPS satellite lock on my position. Google, OTOH, found me quickly. When I switched to "Earth" view and zoomed in I was able to see my house and the deck on which I was standing. Creepy!
  10. jrandall

    jrandall Newbie

    What would be creepy is if you could look up, wave, and see yourself on google maps.:eek:
  11. Droidable

    Droidable Well-Known Member

    Thats would be. Too bad its not live..

Samsung Fascinate Forum

The Samsung Fascinate release date was Q3 2010. Features and Specs include a 4.0" inch screen, 5MP camera, GB RAM, Hummingbird processor, and 1500mAh battery.

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