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Leckie

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    Windows phone 7

    Has anyone gone from Android to WP7? If so, Android handset were you using and what were the reasons for switching? Oh and also, are you happy with your decision?
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    Android Apps

    While it's pretty easy to do this via the Share option i.e email it to yourself, I totally agree. Android2Cloud: http://code.google.com/p/android2cloud/downloads/list Does what I want. You're quick! I just read about this and came to post it. I'll give it a go.
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    FIFA 11

    FIFA 10 worked fine on my PC. I was a bit shocked to find the console version had a better menu system and GUI.
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    Android Apps

    While it's pretty easy to do this via the Share option i.e email it to yourself, I totally agree.
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    Android Apps

    Swiftkey My new favourite keyboard (sorry Swype). The keyboard will attempt to predict what word you will type next and learns from your previous messages. It's not free, but really good. Android Agenda Widget Useful, well presented, and highly customisable. It can display appointments/tasks from multiple calendars. I use it as a large widget on my main home screen. Chrome to Phone Froyo (2.2) users only. Send links directly to your phone via Firefox/Chrome in one click e.g. You can be on Google Maps looking for directions, send the directions to your phone which opens the link in Maps, then head out in your car. It's gold Jerry, gold! :)
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    iPhone 4 and HTC Andriod Opinions

    I'll start out by saying that while I have played around with iPhones, I haven't owned one, though I like to think I know enough about iPhone vs Android customisability to post this. Please correct me if I'm wrong. Android offers the following: Home screen customisation - Depending on your version of Android, you have 3-7 home screens to customise. This can include App shortcuts, widgets, or folders. There are even apps that offer alternate home screens that change up the way things are displayed. Live wallpapers - IMO a gimmick that drains battery, but I have seen some cool ones that are nice to just have for a while. :) Widgets - There is a huge variety of widgets. Widgets I used are an agenda view of my calendar, Task list, 3 day weather forecast, toggles for WiFi/GPS/Bluetooth, and a photo frame of my girlfriend (Yeah, even she thinks that's dorky). There are heaps more and a lot come with their own customisability i.e. size, colour, information to display. Default programs - Got an app that works better than stock? Set it as the default. Onscreen keyboard - The stock keyboard isn't as good as the iPhone's, but Swype is the betterer. I'm sure others can add to or expand on this list.
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    HTC EVO

    The Evo looks to be an awesome device...pity about the battery life. http://www.gizmodo.com.au/2010/06/htc-evo-...-a-war-machine/
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    For those doubting Android

    I gave Fring a quick try, it seems pretty good. My only beef with it is your status can only online or offline; no away, busy etc. Apparently Nexus One owners are to receive Android 2.2 (Froyo) today/very soon. http://www.gizmodo.com.au/2010/05/what-is-froyo/ I'm pretty pumped about the massive performance increases. I really hope it's not long before it gets a Cynagenmod release.
  9. I agree with Oracle X and neowulf. It makes me shudder to think of Abbott as PM.
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    For those doubting Android

    Check out Cyanogen 5.XX, it's based on Android 2.1. I've installed it on my Magic. It's significantly faster.
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    Badarse game music.

    /end of thread +1. Frank Klepacki has done awesome work. I was scrolling through this thread thinking "Someone has to have posted Hell March..." and then I saw it... JIZZ IN MY PANTS MOMENT OMG. While I'm reminiscing! and also
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    How do I share internet.

    I've just moved house and have had to sign up for wireless interweb. Last weekend I tried to enable ICS between two Windows 7 machines (desktop and HTPC), with one machine (desktop) connected to a USB internet stick/modem, and an ad-hoc network. On the desktop machine, I set the network adapter for the internet stick (Local Area Connection 2) to share with my ad-hoc network adapter (Local Area Connection 1), which was then given the network address 192.168.137.1.On the HTPC, I set the HTPC to obtain its IP address automatically, and updated the HTPC’s internet settings for ICS. The HTPC and desktop PCs can both share files over the network, but only the desktop can access the internet. Am I missing something? Some background: The HTPC is connected via Ethernet to a wireless modem/router (NAT disabled, static IP address) and the desktop is connect via Ethernet to a wireless access point (static IP address)
  13. Hehe. A little gem I stumbled upon the other week from a project I worked on years ago: Dim isChecked as Boolean = IIf(cbCheckbox.Checked, True, False)
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    Android programmers

    Android development is on my to-do list.
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    For those doubting Android

    Sounds like a shitty experience - a complete contrast to my experience. I encourage you to reevaluate Android OS. The latest version is 2.1 (Dream runs 1.5). Apparently the next couple of versions of Android will attempt to tackle the problems with version fragmentation - http://www.engadget.com/2010/03/29/exclusi...-stemming-plat/
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