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About matthewdroid023

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  1. Well thinking about the features and especially the price factor in mind, I would definetly go for it. Its a great launch by Google as the prices they have kept in the beginning are affordable for everyone, considering the fact to keep in mind that it has all the latest technology of android and all the features one can ever think of.
  2. This cracked me up when I read the topic title. I was like how can corby support android? I used to have corby and it was a good phone and if it had android, it would had been perfect but the hardware size isnt capable enough to support Android in it so I dont think its possible to install android on it.
  3. I am using Galaxy S3 and its simply amazing. The screen quality, the graphics quality, the resolution quality is perfect. Its one of the best phones I have ever used in my life. The battery uptime is great as well and works easily for a day if you use it a lot like me. The touch is simply amazing. It has a quad processor and its the best phone in Android right now.
  4. Well to backup your contents, there is a option of Sync in your contact list and you can make a backup of your contacts through it and all your data. Formatting your phone is very easy, just get the latest update of the android or whichever version you want to install from its app world and just update it, keep in mind all the data will be formated as well.
  5. I would had chosen Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 all the way. All the other tablets are not even near it. The quality, the battery, the features are all incredible of the Samsung Galaxy Tab. Its one of the best tabs I have ever used in my life.
  6. I purchased this tablet called AKASH. It was a tablet made by an Indian company and was shut down after a few months. It was the most cheapest of them all. I got it for like $30. It wasnt bad. The interface was good. The functions were not that bad as well. But the battery had a lot of issues and the battery used to die every 2 hours.
  7. Unfortunately you cant add memory card on it as it doesnt allows you that. Hence you will have to try looking for a mini wireless hard disk as it supports it or get the 32 gb memory phone. Wireless hard drives are the best option as they have a good capacity and you can carry it wherever you want.
  8. I checked that phone out and its pretty good but according to the reviews out, it says that the battery time is very less and battery finishes in like 6 hours. I am going for the new HTC which has the latest 4.0.1 android. Its a beast. 8 mp and super phone.
  9. If you're seeing Google Play store errors, hang tight -- something is up.Can confirm I am getting this exact same behaviour.
  10. See if Facebook is down for other users.A configuration problem on a Facebook server caused the PHP code to be displayed instead of the web page the code.
  11. How many people mistake your prime's for iPads?
  12. Android supports a variety of touch screens and touch pads, including stylus-based.I presume that change was to allow applications to support the right click.The ViewMenu container defines a menu at the bottom of a View container.
  13. The best Android apps are getting harder to find in the crowded Android.With almost 51 per cent of the global smartphone market, Android is far and away the most popular smartphone operating system in the world.
  14. Samsung had a 7 inch Android tablet a couple of years ago, but the Nexus 7 is a fantastic bargain and I think it is a better option for tablet.Most of the rumors about a 7-inch Android 4.1 tablet selling for $200 turned out to be true today.
  15. Today's gadget-related double entendre is birth control.The way we see it, waking with a standard alarm is pretty sadistic.
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