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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by wildkitten, Aug 9, 2013.

  1. wildkitten

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    Well, my upgrade time came early. I guess Verizon decided to be nice to me for a change and give me an early one. The sad thing is it means I won't be coming here for advice anymore.

    I upgraded to the S4. Was the only phone with a swappable battery which has been the reason I have been so happy with my Bionic. Won't be getting rid of the Bionic. It will have a long life as a media player and a GPS. For all the frustrating moments, it has been a very good phone to have.

    Take care all.
     

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    See you wildkitten you have been as much of a help here as any other member. Enjoy your new s4.
     
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    Good luck with the new phone Wildkitten.

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    Thank you all for your kind words. :)
     
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    Good luck with your new phone wildkitten!
     
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    How will it still be a GPS because won't that still require a data connection?
     
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    The GPS radio itself does not require data - it just reports location coordinates from satellites. You can either pre-download map data, use an app that has pre-downloaded data, or tether to a phone or tablet using WiFi. (I believe that the Google Maps app will show you where you are if you pre-download map data to SD, but navigation apparently requires a data connection. I'm not sure if that is true for other Nav apps.)
     

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