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What cell phone are you using now?

Discussion in 'Electronic Devices' started by Myth90045, Aug 28, 2012.

  1. bigguy02

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    Just saying.
     
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  2. Dok J

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    My HTC Wildfire's battery died... Won't charge even if left to charge a full night.

    Currently charging my new Sony Xperia ARC-S. :)
     
  3. batteryguru

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    Was it responding to the charger when you plugged it in? Like lighting up and flashing and all that good stuff? If not, then it was probably more likely a bad charger or charge port. Very common with the micro USB standard.

    If it just wasn't holding a charge for any length of time, then that's different. But not even the worst of the worst bad batteries should keep the phone from turning on and showing that it's at least trying to charge.
     
  4. Dok J

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    Yes, it takes charge and USB to PC works...
    It just won't charge over 70 or 75% of the full charge.
     
  5. Edamhcneb
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    iPhone 4S. I had a Samsung Galaxy (android platform). It was a nightmare, the ONLY thing that I can find that I miss about android is flash. Other than that, I'm pleased with iPhone
     
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    HTC Desire. I like the new Motorola RAZR M. I hope GSM version will come to (European) stores soon

    Sent from my Nexus 7 using Tapatalk 2
     
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    Oops wrong thread :(
     
  8. Leemann

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    Optimus V and loving it.

    Lee
     
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    A samsung infuse, droid system. Had a Iphone... Didn't care for it, Love the droid tho...
     
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    After being a long time iPhone user, I recently purchased the Galaxy Nexus direct from Google. Used my iPhone 4S and the Nexus side by side for a week or so, and decided to make the switch. Ice Cream Sandwich/Jelly Bean is pretty amazing, and after getting used to the size of the device - I am a huge fan of the ~4.5" screen size.

    I would probably still recommend the iPhone for ease of use to most casual tech users, but the more adventurous/tinkering types should definitely play with a carrier bloatware free Android device running the latest software.
     
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    HTC Evo Shift 4G, its ringer is way to low its a good phone just wish it was louder.
     
  12. Myth90045

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    I don't believe I have ever had a loud enough HTC phone. The loudest one I have was my droid x by Motorola. At times my galaxy nexus can be too quite

    Sent from my Galaxy Nexus using Tapatalk 2
     
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    I'm currently using a Droid Bionic. I am still waiting on the update to Ice Cream Sandwich. It's frustrating to say the least. It will probably be my last Motorola device unless they start releasing Nexus devices with the Google buyout. My next phone will either be an iPhone or a Nexus device.
     
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    The incoming call ringer is okay I still wish it was louder but its when I get a text that I don't like it, It dose not matter what I put for the text tone its so soft that I miss it every now in then and if there is any background noise forget about it.
     
  15. Myth90045

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    That sucks. But I do feel your pain. Hopefully whatever phone you get next will be better!!

    Sent from my Galaxy Nexus using Tapatalk 2
     
  16. Myth90045

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    I know what you mean. My fiance has the bionic and I hear a lot of negatives from her. I feel bad! I am not sure what service you have but if you were to go back to android I do suggest the nexus phone. First to update from Google. It might not have the greatest specs down the line but it will def have the support of Google and the android community. I will def be getting another android phone.

    Sent from my Galaxy Nexus using Tapatalk 2
     
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    iPhone 4! Planning on getting the 5 if it's worth it.
     
  18. Myth90045

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    I'm going to try to see if work can upgrade my 4s to the 5. Lol

    Sent from my Galaxy Nexus using Tapatalk 2
     
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    Have had, 3GS, 4, and now 4s. Like the iPhone, but really looking hard at the Galaxy note 2 and Galaxy S3. Obviously Wednesday will be the determining factor. Apple is going to have to really step up their game to keep up with some of the Android based phones. I'm with Panda.... Would definitely recommend the iPhone for casual / beginner smart phone user though.
     
  20. Blitzkrieg
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    Rooted LG Optimus T. Good phone, I've have had it over a year with very little problems other than a wipe I had to do in July of last year due to an error of my own. Needs a new battery already since I leave it on constantly. Looking to upgrade when the new Nexus phones come out this fall but I'll hang onto my friend here for a while.