All three social media I use have a different public: twitter for online friends and GMod stuff, facebook for real life friends and family and google+ for following Android, Linux and other professionals. Chances that I want to post something on all three media are very slim.
The HTC One X has just beaten the iPhone in stuff magazine making it the first time the iPhone has not been number 1 since it's release.
One thing I hate about HTC sense is how unwidget-like the widgets are. You cannot really do much with them unless you tap them to go into a separate menu, which destroy's the purpose of the widget imo.
Just a quick question to you galaxy S2 or S3 owners out there:
Does the size of the phones ever really get in your way or on your nerves? I'm planning on getting the S3 now that it's out, but the size still seems a bit overwhelming compared to what I'm used to (Nokia 5500).
What you will notice is how everything below your phone's screen size will look like a GameBoy screen in comparison once you've gotten used to it.
You may think it's a bit big at first, but that'll pass faster than you know once you used it for a while.
I've seen a Note a few months before I got S2 and I think I wouldn't be very impressed by its size now. Actually I don't think anything would impress me more than S2 in next few years, especially after seeing depth of field and bloom effects in N.O.V.A. 3. About 6-7 years ago I was hugely impressed every time I saw those but I wouldn't expect them in a mobile phone game. Seriously, that's some fucking magic.
Generally not too bad.
I'll be honest, playing FPS games on a touchscreen is a nightmare for me.
Thats why we have USB-host capability so that we can plug in a wireless mouse and keyboard!
You can skip the iPhone part, it always ends the same.
NOT THE SINK! PLEASE GOD NOT THE SINK!
It is a godsend for any gaming, some games autodetect the PS3 controller, emulators can be configured with it, it makes everything better.
There's also USB/BT Joystick Center 6 app, in the description it says it works even with USB controllers.
Holy shit color me impressed if the S3 is waterproof. But I'd like to see the same guy report back in with the same phone a month or so later.
Flashing the ROM again fixed it
So little games support hardware buttons like the camera button which can be used for shooting (which has been seen in Counter Strike: Portable for Android)...
Other than that, which phone would be a great choice? That has a good supporting community, will, most definitely root and is in a price range of three - four hundred eu?
My LG-P690 running Android 2.3.4 thinks it's funny to fuck up the contacts, resulting in a crash of android.process.acore each time I open the contacts list. The only way to fix it is by doing a factory reset + SD card erase. I never installed non-market apps.
Today I downloaded an app (Touchpal Contacts) which, hopefully, won't fuck me up as badly. Today was the 2nd or third time my contacts fucked up.
I've also got another problem. I can't install any custom ROMs (the phone is already rooted) because, from what I've seen, some LG DRM will do a factory reset each time ROM Manager by Clockwork tries to fiddle with ROM-based stuff.
Now, for the main questions: What is causing the android.process.acore crash? Is there a permanent solution to it? How do I remove the LG DRM? Is it safe to do it without bricking my device? If I do brick the device, can I install a Linux distribution on it even if it has only 160 MB of internal storage?
And before you ask, yes, I did Google it first.
Pretty much the above for the acore problem. A fresh installation with no restoration of apps (data should be fine) is the best bet! As for the other queries it really is device specific I'm afraid.
Woop so i just ordered my first Android smartphone the Galaxy S2, i can't wait to receive the package now :D paid 3000 kroner for it, equal to about €400.
So my Galaxy S2 refused to admit that it's plugged in, nothing about USB debugging or anything. Even Odin doesn't recognise my phone is plugged in. What can I do?
It still charges at the computer, just neither computer or phone recognise the existence of the other
Yes try a different cable, my original SE cable did that as well after a while.
You can also try connecting it to another computer.
Other computer doesn't work either
Restart everything (computer and device), worked for me when my cable was crapping out on me