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What's Your Biggest Desire and Biggest Problem with your Android?

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Corey The Goofyhawk Profile
Corey The Goofyhawk , Epic has no limit, answered

I have no problems with my Android device. I love it and will never switch to an iPhone or a Windows Phones. They just aren't as good, in my opinion.

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Jaimie JT commented
Ummmmmmm i love my iPhone !! I fall asleep with it and it helps me wake up in the morning .. If I'm having a bad day it cheers me up ... OMG .. I think I'm in a seriously serious relationship with my Iphone . Ohhhh no you didn't just dis my significant other :p
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I sense a tech beat down on the horizon!!! Hold on a sec while I grab my popcorn! **munch munch**
Zack -  Mr. GenXer Profile

That it's not brand new, but no biggie.

Ray Dart Profile
Ray Dart answered

He refuses to obey my orders. He's stopped doing the household chores, and I suspect that he and the vacuum cleaner are planning some sort of insurrection.

Robotics isn't what it was in my day, when Androids knew their place (usually in the cupboard under the stairs).

Rooster Cogburn Profile
Rooster Cogburn , Rooster Cogburn, answered

Don't have one ! I use a Skunky phone !


PJ Stein Profile
PJ Stein answered

I have only used an Android, and only Samsung for that matter. I have never had any real issues and I am on my 4th one. It has taken me that long to even crack the screen on one. I also find them easier to use and quicker than an iPhone. I have travelled with friends and family that had them and I have pulled over to the side of the road and gotten information quicker than they have with their iPhones. The only thing I want is stronger screen glass.

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Axel Dutt
Axel Dutt commented
Thanks for your imput Gator. FYI you can buy a full Android protector to keep out water,dust,scratches etc. I recommend the "Otterbox" I can even throw my phone against the wall with no damage lol
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Didge Doo answered

My Android Galaxy has only 200 Mb of in-phone memory though I've added a 32 Gb card. The problem is that a lot of apps won't transfer to the card on the older Galaxies. I was able to overcome that by deleting the Google games, which created a lot more space, but it ain't good.

Mrs Didge said she's gonna give me an S7 for my 80th birthday, but that's a year away. I kinda like my Galaxy, apart from that.

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