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Re: Replacement S3 has problems also
I don't mean to be a downer or sound like I believe in bad mojo, cause I don't but I truly do have to wonder sometimes. I am an IT Tech for a living and I've seen a trend with certain users that truly has me wondering if they simply have "bad tech mojo"!! I have certain attorneys in my firm that have problems with ANYTHING electrical, no joke. Their firm machines die or have problems, their personal iPhones or Blackberry's also have odd problems or failures, and even their home machines have problems. We have others that never have any issues but there are a small handful that have issues with anything and everything electronic they touch. They've even said themselves at times, "I just have no luck with technology gadgets".
Originally Posted by robh2
If she had 4 bad Evo's something seems off here. And your phone is fine but two of the one's she's owned/tried are both jacked up? Weird. My phone works wonderfully outside of the one or two small quirks I've posted about but are issues that can be resolved in a future update.
In regards to backup, please take a step back and think about what you're expecting. Phone settings?? Every phone is different, not only are there different manufacturers using custom interfaces but there are different OS revisions. Settings are not something that is going to get backed up because they simply won't translate over to a new device. Might be possible with iPhones since they have a standardized model/OS, but I don't even think the settings are carried over either, and I had an iPhone 3G for two years. IMO, contacts and calendar are the important things to backup because rentering that data would be a tremendous nightmare. And emails drop down simply even without a backup, just fetch them. Lastly, backing up other data like 32GB of movies or music just isn't feasible wirelessly over Google Sync.