You can get a lot of wallpapers here at wallbase.cc
oh, right, i forgot :(
At least, that's what I'm guessing. Expect some GSM carriers in Canada, some in Korea, Australia, and possibly in Europe to get the phone, judging by the way the HTC Raider was sent out.
After trying to wake up my Unrooted Asus TF101 it powered on and got stuck in a bootloop....
fuck fuck fuck fuck.
and then it stopped when I plugged it into an outlet... scariest moments of my life.
For whatever reason a lot of colorful things on my phone would have fugly color banding problems, and i randomly enabled surface dithering in CM settings for shiggles, rebooted and now they are gone :D
Is it me or is the ICS stock browser a LOT faster and less crashier than the Honeycomb stock browser? It actually feels like a Dual-Core device with 1GB of ram now.
And more apps need native keyboard and mouse support, now that mouse support is officially in Ice Cream Sandwich.
Just got a Galaxy nexus on a plan and I'm loving it.
Can any Acer Iconia users recommend me a good rom?
Is it normal for a nexus to charge 30% in 3 hours if it is in use.
Also I'm guessing you can't but is there a way to leave youtube videos playing with audio while you switch processes. pauses as of now.
Oh I know it's a dumb question, I'm 99% sure you can't as it would be running it in the background to free up ram. Thought I may as well ask anyway.
Is there a quick way to close all sessions though?
Mine gets backed up and I cant find anything.
the thing is though ios can do it and every single one of their devices has less ram
So im not allowed to talk about a great feature i (and others) want for my tablet that another os has because you dont like it
Don't just say "iOS does that already" and that's it. You are bound to attract hate with that attitude in an Android thread.
but ios can do it where android cant, and android devices are known for having a much higher ammount of ram than ios
I don't know about running it in the background, but I highly dislike the fact that the video pauses when I lock my phone. I sometimes listen to music from Youtube and it'd save at least a bit of the battery.
Especially irritating seeing how you could lock your phone without it stopping the video before.
Maybe an app..
There's an app for almost everything, so something like a "youtube music player" has to be around.
On the other hand, I fail to see why would people want to listen to music on youtube. Most of the videos have changed pitch/speed to avoid getting taken down by youtube takedown bot
Seriously mcgee, you're like Gizmodo, hating every android device that's different from the iPhone for being different from the "golden standard" of iPhone and iPad, and hating every device that is similar for being a rip off.
why did you even get an android device, if you don't even like android?
its not that i dont like it, its that i cant do what i want to do with it and when you ask about it you get some spergy response about how your doing it wrong
it was either a free transformer or a laptop so i thought why not ill give it a go.
You might want to try this google thing some time, gives you all kinds of handy linky thingys that let you go to other website thingys where you can read thingys and quite possibly find a solution thingy you know?
Google once considered issuing its own currency, to be called Google Bucks, company Chairman Eric Schmidt said on stage in Barcelona at the Mobile World Congress Tuesday.
At the end of his keynote speech, Schmidt hit on a wide array of topics in response to audience questions. "We've had various proposals to have our own currency we were going to call Google Bucks," Schmidt said.
The idea was to implement a "peer-to-peer money" system. However, Google discovered that the concept is illegal in most areas, he said. Governments are typically wary of the potential for money laundering with such proposals. "Ultimately we decided we didn't want to get into that because of these issues," Schmidt said.
He also hinted that Google might be preparing for a battle in China once its acquisition of Motorola is complete. "Google's been willing to take on China pretty well," he said, in response to a question about whether Google expected to continue to ignore theft of Motorola intellectual property in China, as Motorola has been doing. The acquisition hasn't closed yet, Schmidt noted. "We've taken a pretty strong position on IP. We are well aware of the issues and we are considering your question," he said.
Google is still waiting for some government approvals of its proposed acquisition of Motorola.
Schmidt, who showed off the new Chrome browser that runs on Ice Cream Sandwich devices, said he expects Android smartphones to continue to get cheaper. Ice Cream Sandwich is the newest version of the Android OS. "We have many partners who are working on phones that will be in the $100 to $150 range," he said. Their goal is to reach $70. While Android phones may sell in the U.S. at about $150 with a two-year contract, they are often several hundred dollars without a contract.
Schmidt also said he hopes that some companies that are using Android but not adopting any Google products will change their minds. Products like Amazon's Kindle Fire use Android, which is available through an open-source license, but don't include the Android Market or other apps that make money for Google. "We hope that people who decided not to use the Android Market will see they'll be more successful if they do so, but it's their choice," he said.
After making prepared remarks that described a future where Internet access becomes a great leveler for even the most disadvantaged and oppressed people, Schmidt sounded only slightly apologetic to one questioner from Iran. The audience member noted that while Gmail is sometimes blocked by the Iranian government, Google itself blocks Android and Chrome from Iran. He asked Schmidt to remove that block.
"The answer is no, I'm sorry," Schmidt said. Due to U.S. policy, Google isn't able to allow those products, he said. "We can't violate U.S. law. I'm with you, but in prison there's no bandwidth," he joked.[/release]
I bet faze would had walk into a Apple store and throw his google currency all over the floor
Weird though, I haven't noticed any changes in the songs I've listened to. There's not many, admittedly, but it might be the fact that listening from Youtube usually happens in a car.
I'll post it again:
Get Tinyshark. It has more music than Youtube and is free.
Oh, the irony. Now I didn't see Muntu's post
ICS on my Asus transformer
Smooth and sexy
Also noticed that they now have spelling check built in
they will underline words and you can hold down on it for spelling suggestions.
Stock browser, facepunch ticker works really well now, it is not smooth, but it updates constantly
Only complaint so far is that it does not show the charge of the dock battery
I hate how I can't use my music player to make songs into my ringtones.