Box.com has the same feature if I convert the video to flv first. I love how box looks, the app and all and the fact that I bought a plan. I'm an organized freak so can't really use Google Drive because of that. Lame, I know.
I have no use for that, sadly.
Tomorrow the possibly week long warranty replacing with my S3 bullshit will begin...
Goddamn you stuck pixel, I don't want to use my dustscreen ZTE blade 1 anymore!
Anyone know where I can get some really nice wallpapers for my S3?
I find it quite strange that you say the launcher still lags though, they removed all the 3D bullshit back in Sense 4.1 and if anything, there should be less lag in Sense 4+. When I did try the US GS3 and One XL on an in-store demo unit, I noticed that even though the Rosie doesn't really have obvious stutters, the animations feel like they add artificial delays to the device, which felt most evident when going from the extreme left/right home screen back to the primary home screen. In that case, the GS3 was basically immediate and the animation took about the blink of an eye to happen, while the One XL had this very obvious eye candy that took its time.
Either way, HTC still seems to have a long ways to go with ROM optimization. Any comments upon render speed/smoothness in the stock browsers?
Found a way to bypass exchange restrictions, now I can use work email without a 32 character password lock on my phone.
Pattern lock is my favourite, its nearly as quick as the swipe lock but with the little bit of added security.
Well, I guess fairy got banned rather quickly.
In other news, apparently the V6 Supercharger app fixes the change to multitasking in ICS by changing the services.jar to not have a limit on the max number of running apps. Also can fix HTC's changes to multitasking in Sense 4.
So I eventually found a way to multitask without using my home button. I used notification toggle and set a previous apps button so I just pull down my notification and tap on it to get the previous apps. I also get Samsung style notification bar toggles minus the brightness adjustment.
Hey, so when I posted the rumour that Samsung was working on a new Nexus with a microSD slot, you guys all laughed and said that was impossible. But does it seem so farfetched now that Google has announced that they're relaxing the requirements of the Nexus line so that the only necessity is implementing AOSP? Samsung probably knew about this before the general public did.
oh wow, fairy got banned already?