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Someone should start working on idroid again. (That project that allows people to boot their ipod's/iphones into android.) It's really cool, and I think it can be developed a lot further! So this is just a request!
Here's the official idroid page It just needs some speed going for development.
- 06-30-2012, 05:00 PM #2
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Hahaha no offense but I couldn't disagree more. If they want android they can go out buy an android phone and support the companies like everyone else. Also, how the hell would the play store work?? It checks ur device to find compatible apps. Developers would somehow have to trick Google.
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And apps are allowed or not by both the android version and the processor.
The Play store would not work. No, you can't trick Google(Google is all-knowing :P) but you can install apk's from an internal partition. So basically, I think the best thing that would work would be to install the amazon app store(or something similar) and get apps from that.Olan Rogers, ladies and gentlemen. Funniest video ever!!!
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Droid 2, Droid X, Galaxy SII.. Droid 2 was a complete waste of plastic. Laggy, terrible battery life, and cheaply put together.
Droid X was pretty solid, but it got just as bad or worse than my droid 2 after a while. You couldn't even use the ******* when it was plugged up to a charger..
The S2 was probably my favorite of all the android devices I've owned. Samsung did a hell of a job with that phone. I just prefer the responsiveness and quickness of my iPhone, both of which I feel the android devices lacked.