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    Default Re: What do you miss about your former phone

    Quote Originally Posted by stackberry369 View Post
    Why did you give up the note 3? Did you make a trade with Rob Ford?

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    Who is Rob Ford? The Note 3 seemed to be a little big to be my primary device, especially since I won't use a phone without a VERY protective case. Now, if I was willing to carry my phone around without the protection a case offers the phone would have been just fine. I wanted something a little more discreet. Enter the G2. When I DO want that phablet device the Optimus G Pro fits the bill quite nicely but is a whopping $300 cheaper than the Note 3. What did I do with the savings? Got an Nexus 7. Now I have all the sizes I want and can try multiple different launchers/ROMs simultaneously. This model works well for me.

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    Since I came from a Droid X I don't miss a #$@! Thing. ;^)

    Killin it in on my Note 3.
    I've seen things you people wouldn't believe. Attack ships on fire off the shoulder of Orion. I've watched C-beams glitter in the dark near the Tannhauser Gate. All those moments will be lost in time, like tears in the rain.

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    Quote Originally Posted by damule6666 View Post
    Since I came from a Droid X I don't miss a #$@! Thing. ;^)

    Killin it in on my Note 3.
    Wow. Much respect for putting up with the DROID X for that long

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    Quote Originally Posted by Haalcyon View Post
    Who is Rob Ford? The Note 3 seemed to be a little big to be my primary device, especially since I won't use a phone without a VERY protective case. Now, if I was willing to carry my phone around without the protection a case offers the phone would have been just fine. I wanted something a little more discreet. Enter the G2. When I DO want that phablet device the Optimus G Pro fits the bill quite nicely but is a whopping $300 cheaper than the Note 3. What did I do with the savings? Got an Nexus 7. Now I have all the sizes I want and can try multiple different launchers/ROMs simultaneously. This model works well for me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TXGTOU View Post
    Google his name, but the short answer is he's the crack smoking mayor of Toronto.

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    Ah...it was an attempt at levity. I see.

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    Ah...it was an attempt at levity. I see.

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    Default Re: What do you miss about your former phone

    I gave the Note 2 to my husband, so the only thing I miss is his #itching about the crappy signal and battery life on his old S2. It's nice to have visitation rights though, now I can have one in each hand, lol.

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    Default Re: What do you miss about your former phone

    Quote Originally Posted by msndrstood View Post
    now I can have one in each hand, lol.

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    Thats what she said.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jschu22 View Post
    Thats what she said.

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    Yeah, well you know, idle hands and all that...

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    BlackberryZ10: How conference calls were handled

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    I've gone through a few in the past six months alone.

    Blackberry Z10 - That was a wonderful keyboard. I love Swiftkey and all but the flow of the Z10 typing was amazing. The Z10 had a very class and professional design as well. OS is easily the best and most sensible layout still.

    HTC One - the audio. Amazing sound. I forget what it's called but their version of Flipboard was OK too. That's pretty much it.

    Galaxy S4 active - It was waterproof. That's seriously it.

    Galaxy S4 - The number of cases available.

    The LG G2 - Amazing phone! The screen real estate thanks to the small bezels was great. Knock on feature made perfect sense for meetings. Rear buttons were well placed. It was also the perfectly sized phone. Their version of S View flip case was actually useful. You could still touch the screen and answer\speak on the phone with out ever having to open it.

    I do love my Note 3 though. No question. This is the max size though. If the next version bigger, I probably won't be getting it.

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    Sometimes I still miss the kickstand on my old Thunderbolt. It was sweet being able to put the phone up portrait or landscape on my desk; made it easy to see and use without having to pick it up all the time. Also was awesome for watching video (ex. NFL football games). Now with the Note 2, have to use the stand/spare battery charger to do that (pic below) as I don't like cases (that may have a kickstand), prefer to use the phone naked.

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    I just bought a note 3 and before it I had another note 3. What I liked about my old Note 3 was that it was a physical phone. The Note 3 I just got is an imaginary Note 3, even though I paid for a physical Note 3.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Synycalwon View Post
    Sometimes I still miss the kickstand on my old Thunderbolt. It was sweet being able to put the phone up portrait or landscape on my desk; made it easy to see and use without having to pick it up all the time. Also was awesome for watching video (ex. NFL football games). Now with the Note 2, have to use the stand/spare battery charger to do that (pic below) as I don't like cases (that may have a kickstand), prefer to use the phone naked.

    You can use the flygrip with or without case and it allows you to use it as a kickstand in both vertical and horizontal mode

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    I had a Note 2 and wish I'd never gotten rid of it. It was a such a solid and reliable build both hardware and software wise. Great battery life, sound quality, snappy response. I guess I'm going to have to break down and root the Note 3 as well, but it's so much trouble to deal with.
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    Coming from Evo 4G LE I miss the kickstand but that's it loving my note 3 just had to stop using touch wiz

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    Quote Originally Posted by freeze26 View Post
    Coming from Evo 4G LE I miss the kickstand but that's it loving my note 3 just had to stop using touch wiz

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    Most note3 premium cases have a kickstand built in. Like the seidio brands and also a lot of the Amazon and eBay ones.

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    I dearly hope to miss nothing from my current HTC Rezound. Actually, I may end up missing HTC Sense, as I know zilch about TouchWhiz.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dpham00 View Post
    You can use the flygrip with or without case and it allows you to use it as a kickstand in both vertical and horizontal mode
    Thanks. I've looked at those, but don't care for them, in particular the use of adhesive tape to attach it to the phone. Plus it wouldn't work with my Monaco leather pouch, wouldn't be able to slide the phone in it for transport unless I took the FlyGrip off. I'll stick to using the spare battery charger/stand and keep the phone fully naked.
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    I had a samsung galaxy s3, the only thing i miss was that it fit in the console slot of my truck, the note is too big to fit, so it gets to sit in one of the cupholders.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Synycalwon View Post
    Thanks. I've looked at those, but don't care for them, in particular the use of adhesive tape to attach it to the phone. Plus it wouldn't work with my Monaco leather pouch, wouldn't be able to slide the phone in it for transport unless I took the FlyGrip off. I'll stick to using the spare battery charger/stand and keep the phone fully naked.
    Yeah, if you use a pouch, then it makes it much harder for a flygrip. I have removed the flygrip from a few cases without any issues (only minor residue which a little alcohol removed right away). I don't want to carry an additional stand in my pocket, plus it makes it much easier to handle the phone, so the flygrip works great for my uses.

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    Coming from a Note 1, nothing at all.
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    Coming from a Note 1, nothing at all.
    You don't miss the thickness. ? Lol

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    Happy with my note 3. I've had a fair amount of phones but here is what I miss.

    HTC One - miss the build quality and boomsound, low light photos as well
    Note 2 - I miss being able to take notes on my PowerPoints through Polaris office, can't on note 3, miss the camera for quick point and shoot, was quicker and less blurry

    IPhone 5 - camera was nice

    DROID DNA - sleek design

    S3 - don't miss a thing

    Galaxy Nexus - for some reason I loved the size and feel of the device. Probably bc I coveted the device like crazy!

    DROID RAZR - miss the easy hdmi out plug



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    Quote Originally Posted by eve6er69 View Post
    You don't miss the thickness. ? Lol

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