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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by socarwolverine, Aug 11, 2010.

  1. socarwolverine

    socarwolverine Well-Known Member
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  2. smacky

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    That's hilarious. With the silent bug, you won't get the announcement the park is closing or any other important announcement. By the time the lag is done..lagging...you'll already be at the ride you were trying to get to, and when your kid goes flying off the Wild West train roller coaster again, the silent bug will rear its ugly head again.

    Nice to see Android more widespread, though. Someone should root it.
     
  3. Demache

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    Your funny.
     
  4. JrzDroid

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    Long live the droid eris
    first android for many
    first smatphone for many
    and the first phone to survive antennagate
     
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  5. a7xnocturnal

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    Going to D-land October 1st..may have to try this out. Fast Pass FTW!
     
  6. ShPerryman

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    We were actually at Epcot last week and were part of the test market for it. As soon as I saw it I said "HEY, that's an Eris!" But they had blocked a lot of the buttons with their wrap around case. It worked amazingly well though, with all kinds of tips and inside info at each spot you were at as well as wait times for each attraction. Personally I would have preferred to download an app for it instead of being handed a device. The most difficult thing about it was prying it out of my 10 year old son's hands.
     
  7. Demache

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    They should have built a custom ROM that removed features they didn't want people to access, rooted each device, and tailored the OS to fit their needs more, instead of using the really weird case to block out physical parts of the screen.

    Just my thoughts.
     
  8. gridbug

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    A+++ POST, BUMPED FOR GREAT JUSTICE!!!

    Still loving my Eris, now root-improved! :)
     
  9. Snorkeld

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    @shperryman How were you able to test this?, I'm going in a couple weeks and would love to try it.
     

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