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  1. xlDeMoNiClx's Avatar
    I'm wondering if you could please list some of the things you can't do on the iPhone 5 that you could do with the Nexus. Just curious, because I've had the S3 now for 2 weeks and I love it (I'm the OP so I wish it did run a little better, I'm taking it in today to have it looked at) but I'm not sure what I can do with it that I couldn't do with my previous iPhone 4 (and is something I would actually want to do, as well).
    Well it depends on what you would want to do.

    This is from me, on my EVO 3D.
    10-17-2012 11:05 AM
  2. LegalAmerican's Avatar
    I'm wondering if you could please list some of the things you can't do on the iPhone 5 that you could do with the Nexus. Just curious, because I've had the S3 now for 2 weeks and I love it (I'm the OP so I wish it did run a little better, I'm taking it in today to have it looked at) but I'm not sure what I can do with it that I couldn't do with my previous iPhone 4 (and is something I would actually want to do, as well).
    Wait. So I'm confused. Why are you asking him to compare for you the Nexus and the i5, but you then talk about how you've owned the GS3 and the i4? The comparison you request will not and does not apply.

    But if you don't know the differences, you should do your research. Bigger screen, Near Field Communication, 4G. As far as the S3 goes, you can add to that list: expandable storage, pop up play, real multi tasking, and a true HD screen that wont jack up the ratio and distort HD images. That's just to name a few. You may have liked your i4, but I'm getting the sense that deep down, you think it was as good as the S3. Anyone who knows tech, will know the S3 is arguably better than the iPhone 5. At the very least, they are neck and neck. But the 5 is better than your 4. So that naturally means the S3 beats the 4 as well. I can't believe this has to be explained.

    Sent from my Galaxy S3
    10-17-2012 12:15 PM
  3. funkylogik's Avatar
    I guess the S3 forum is the new unofficial iOS forum.
    there are an unuasaly high number of android converts to the s3 but that must say something about the phone (or most probably its marketing tbh lol)
    to the dude in the Sprint store.. they must have chosen a VERY bad unit as a demo unit lol with under 100mb free ram my camera opens in (im being honest here because in the middle of typing this i tried) well under 2seconds

    global s3, UK. Ask me anything and ill reply even if its just an intelligent (or stupid) guess
    10-17-2012 12:20 PM
  4. lifties's Avatar


    If you are tweaking the phone to maximize battery life, then it is no surprise that you don't have optimal performance playing games and watching videos.
    10-17-2012 12:53 PM
  5. Maccorf's Avatar
    Wait. So I'm confused. Why are you asking him to compare for you the Nexus and the i5, but you then talk about how you've owned the GS3 and the i4? The comparison you request will not and does not apply.

    But if you don't know the differences, you should do your research. Bigger screen, Near Field Communication, 4G. As far as the S3 goes, you can add to that list: expandable storage, pop up play, real multi tasking, and a true HD screen that wont jack up the ratio and distort HD images. That's just to name a few. You may have liked your i4, but I'm getting the sense that deep down, you think it was as good as the S3. Anyone who knows tech, will know the S3 is arguably better than the iPhone 5. At the very least, they are neck and neck. But the 5 is better than your 4. So that naturally means the S3 beats the 4 as well. I can't believe this has to be explained.

    Sent from my Galaxy S3
    Yes, it seems you are a bit confused. I don't mean to be condescending, but you obviously missed the clear point of my post, as you started rambling off features of the GS3 compared to the iPhone 4, and insinuated that I have some inherent bias thats skewing my perspective. I clearly quoted another poster, who said they couldn't stand iOS because they had a list of things it "could not do" when compared to Android. I then asked him to list some, because I just came from an iPhone 4 and can't find many useful things that I can now do with Android that I couldn't do with iOS. I wasn't comparing the GS3 with the iPhone 4, or even the 5. I wasn't asking for a features comparison list. I was asking for things that Android can do that iOS cannot.
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    10-17-2012 01:38 PM
  6. ungibbed's Avatar
    Yes, it seems you are a bit confused. I don't mean to be condescending, but you obviously missed the clear point of my post, as you started rambling off features of the GS3 compared to the iPhone 4, and insinuated that I have some inherent bias thats skewing my perspective. I clearly quoted another poster, who said they couldn't stand iOS because they had a list of things it "could not do" when compared to Android. I then asked him to list some, because I just came from an iPhone 4 and can't find many useful things that I can now do with Android that I couldn't do with iOS. I wasn't comparing the GS3 with the iPhone 4, or even the 5. I wasn't asking for a features comparison list. I was asking for things that Android can do that iOS cannot.
    I can name a easy few for what can be done on Android over iOS regardless of hardware.

    1. The ability to use a custom or alternative keyboard without having to root the phone. The iOS keyboard always felt small to me resulting in many typos and autocorrect failures.

    2. Native access to the actual file system of the phone via a simple app. Astro was one of my favorites until they trashed the UI in favor of eye candy over usability. Aside from that, you can easily download a file on a web browser of choice and do what you will with it. Not limited to pictures and PDF's. One great example is a new live album release from a friend of mine. My Galaxy S2 was able to download and extract the zip file and add the new music to my media library. On the iPhone, that just isn't going to happen unless you jailbreak it. If you don't, such action is forbidden!

    3. A clean simple home screen. This may be a nit-pick, but as both an iPhone owner and an Android owner, I have my widgets for easy up front info (weather, news headlines, etc.) when on my iPhone I still must launch an app to get to the same info or multiple apps to see all the same info as opposed to simply viewing home screen widgets.

    I'm no hater or fanboy, just speaking honest truth as I own both a 4S and multiple Android phones. Performance of games on my iPhone 4S blows away my S2, which is why I want to get my hands on a GS3 for a real world test drive.

    Typed this from my iPhone (time to hit the bomb shelter).
    10-17-2012 02:06 PM
  7. EndlessDissent's Avatar
    Yes, it seems you are a bit confused. I don't mean to be condescending, but you obviously missed the clear point of my post, as you started rambling off features of the GS3 compared to the iPhone 4, and insinuated that I have some inherent bias thats skewing my perspective. I clearly quoted another poster, who said they couldn't stand iOS because they had a list of things it "could not do" when compared to Android. I then asked him to list some, because I just came from an iPhone 4 and can't find many useful things that I can now do with Android that I couldn't do with iOS. I wasn't comparing the GS3 with the iPhone 4, or even the 5. I wasn't asking for a features comparison list. I was asking for things that Android can do that iOS cannot.
    As for the GS3, it can do SVDO and use NFC, which the iPhone 5 can't (Edit: I was thinking of the CDMA iPhones with regards to SVDO; I forgot the GSM could do SVDO; Sorry) . SVDO may not be a deal-breaker, but from what I've seen on these forums, the NFC can become extremely useful. You can find possible applications of NFC all over the internet, but for now, the most useful things you can do with NFC are:

    1.) Place NFC tiles in your doorway, car, desk, or whatever other places you frequent, that are set to turn on WiFi or your WiFi AP, turn off the cell radio, start playing a song, open your favorite game, whatever. It's like Tasker, but more specialized.

    2.) I'm sure you've heard of NFC payments. I'm sure you've heard people with iPhones saying it's overrated because it's not widely adopted yet. That's kind of true. It's not widely adopted, but after using Google Wallet at a 7-11 a few times (the only place around here besides McDonald's that supports NFC; there's a Shell with PayPass, but it's broken, and I don't think they care to fix it), I can only expect it to become more prevalent, especially now that some carriers are finally rolling out ISIS. It's no more of a hassle than a credit or debit card, and I expect the phone to be a lot more versatile in the future. Mobile payment is going to be bigger.

    3.) Initiate file transfers. I'm sure you've heard of S Beam and how it works. You may be wondering, if the file transfers over Bluetooth anyway, what makes this better than Bluetooth on the iPhone? Well, because you don't have to go through the hassle of pairing two devices together. The NFC connection takes care of the "hard part" for you.

    For now, those are the main distinguishing factors between the GS3 (and Android in general) and the iPhone 5, in my opinion. I personally find a lot of Touchwiz features to be gimmicky and stupid. Some are good ideas with poor execution. Very few are actually useful (Smart Stay when it works, and Smart Rotation come to mind), so I don't consider Touchwiz much of a differentiator.

    Does the iPhone 5 have Wifi Direct support? I'd assume any modern smartphone would, but if not, that's another useful thing that Android can do that iOS can't.

    Oh, yeah, toggles. Turning radios/volume/brightness off/on/up/down via the notification pane is much easier than digging through menus. It's a small thing, but the frustration can add up when you have to go through settings menus to do everything.

    Also, I was specifically avoiding talking about customization. If you want to get into that, there's a lot of "can't do"s for iOS that are "can absolutely do all day long"s in Android.

    I know this kind of sounds like a features comparison list, but that's really the only way to explain what Android can do that the iPhone can't. I mean, technically, you could consider every little capability of the OS to be a "feature". If one has a capability that the other doesn't, it's exactly the same as saying it has a "feature" that the other doesn't. If this type of answer isn't what you're looking for, can you give an example of something iOS can do that Android can't that isn't a feature comparison?

    Edit: The post above mine is a better answer. Oh, well. I tried.
    10-17-2012 02:18 PM
  8. LegalAmerican's Avatar
    Yes, it seems you are a bit confused. I don't mean to be condescending, but you obviously missed the clear point of my post, as you started rambling off features of the GS3 compared to the iPhone 4, and insinuated that I have some inherent bias thats skewing my perspective. I clearly quoted another poster, who said they couldn't stand iOS because they had a list of things it "could not do" when compared to Android. I then asked him to list some, because I just came from an iPhone 4 and can't find many useful things that I can now do with Android that I couldn't do with iOS. I wasn't comparing the GS3 with the iPhone 4, or even the 5. I wasn't asking for a features comparison list. I was asking for things that Android can do that iOS cannot.
    Oh okay. I guess I thought a comparison list WAS showing what Android can do that iOS can't. So I guess you were hoping for a table? Or a scatter plot? I'm trying to think of things other than a list that would show the difference in two things.

    If we're just talking operating systems, how about widgets, seperate app tray, various keyboard options, customizable sms and mms apps, flash, and live wallpaper. Sorry, i tried putting that into a scatter plot for you but the system said that would be a nonsensical thing to do.

    Sent from my Galaxy S3
    10-17-2012 02:22 PM
  9. funkylogik's Avatar
    ive honestly never used NFC in 5months of having this phone lol but i do see a future in it.
    why didnt apple include it? the cynical part of me thinks it was stubborness lol but is there a better reason?... does it take up a lot of space?... would the desirable materials used in the body not allow it?.... etc

    global s3, UK. Ask me anything and ill reply even if its just an intelligent (or stupid) guess
    10-17-2012 02:40 PM
  10. apollooff320's Avatar
    ive honestly never used NFC in 5months of having this phone lol but i do see a future in it.
    why didnt apple include it? the cynical part of me thinks it was stubborness lol but is there a better reason?... does it take up a lot of space?... would the desirable materials used in the body not allow it?.... etc

    global s3, UK. Ask me anything and ill reply even if its just an intelligent (or stupid) guess
    I haven't used NFC at all. I talked my fianc into upgrading her phone and she picked up a iPhone 5. Thing is sexy to see in person. HD videos play perfectly fine on IT and look great, so the person that keeps trying to spread the fud that it's messed up needs to stop. While looking in the app store and clicking on apps and pressing the back button I was shocked when I didn't get sent back to the top of the list. Phone is buttery smooth and fast. The battery is killing my SG3 and while watch videos the picture looks better on the i5, but not that big of a deal to me since I rather watch videos on my TV. I'm pissed that I see the MyNBA2K available for iPhone and still not for android...WTF. Going over their app store I'm seeing all kinds of nice looking apps. Not a bad os at all and not a bad phone...gonna play with her phone for a few days and may make a switch. Most of the features on my SG3 feel gimmicky and barely used.
    10-17-2012 05:32 PM
  11. funkylogik's Avatar
    I haven't used NFC at all. I talked my fianc into upgrading her phone and she picked up a iPhone 5. Thing is sexy to see in person. HD videos play perfectly fine on IT and look great, so the person that keeps trying to spread the fud that it's messed up needs to stop. While looking in the app store and clicking on apps and pressing the back button I was shocked when I didn't get sent back to the top of the list. Phone is buttery smooth and fast. The battery is killing my SG3 and while watch videos the picture looks better on the i5, but not that big of a deal to me since I rather watch videos on my TV. I'm pissed that I see the MyNBA2K available for iPhone and still not for android...WTF. Going over their app store I'm seeing all kinds of nice looking apps. Not a bad os at all and not a bad phone...gonna play with her phone for a few days and may make a switch. Most of the features on my SG3 feel gimmicky and barely used.
    you are the type of guy i always advise to get an iphone lol
    i dont mean this as an attack but why did you decide to get an android phone?
    and expect its app store app to work in the same way??

    global s3, UK. Ask me anything and ill reply even if its just an intelligent (or stupid) guess
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    10-17-2012 05:37 PM
  12. apollooff320's Avatar
    you are the type of guy i always advise to get an iphone lol
    i dont mean this as an attack but why did you decide to get an android phone?
    and expect its app store app to work in the same way??

    global s3, UK. Ask me anything and ill reply even if its just an intelligent (or stupid) guess
    why I decided to get android? Because windows mobile was on it's way down. My first android phone was a HTC Hero so don't get it twisted like the SG3 was my first android phone.
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    10-17-2012 05:48 PM
  13. LegalAmerican's Avatar
    I haven't used NFC at all. I talked my fianc into upgrading her phone and she picked up a iPhone 5. Thing is sexy to see in person. HD videos play perfectly fine on IT and look great, so the person that keeps trying to spread the fud that it's messed up needs to stop. While looking in the app store and clicking on apps and pressing the back button I was shocked when I didn't get sent back to the top of the list. Phone is buttery smooth and fast. The battery is killing my SG3 and while watch videos the picture looks better on the i5, but not that big of a deal to me since I rather watch videos on my TV. I'm pissed that I see the MyNBA2K available for iPhone and still not for android...WTF. Going over their app store I'm seeing all kinds of nice looking apps. Not a bad os at all and not a bad phone...gonna play with her phone for a few days and may make a switch. Most of the features on my SG3 feel gimmicky and barely used.
    This made me laugh cause when NFC comes out on the iPhone 5s, people like this will be talking about how innovative and revolutionary it is. A 4" screen was way too big when Android did it, and now that Apple did it, it is "sexy to see in person". All Android features are gimmicky until Apple does it. Then it's mind blowing and a game changer.

    The cool thing about phones, is you can always use what you prefer. There's always a way that you can make a switch. No one is holding anyone back, or pushing you into anything. If you prefer the i5, get it! I personally bought my S3 off a guy who had gotten the iPhone 5, and when I asked to see his iPhone 5 I wanted to leave ASAP before he realized that he sold me the MUCH MUCH better of the two phones.
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    10-17-2012 05:50 PM
  14. apollooff320's Avatar
    This made me laugh cause when NFC comes out on the iPhone 5s, people like this will be talking about how innovative and revolutionary it is. A 4" screen was way too big when Android did it, and now that Apple did it, it is "sexy to see in person". All Android features are gimmicky until Apple does it. Then it's mind blowing and a game changer.

    The cool thing about phones, is you can always use what you prefer. There's always a way that you can make a switch. No one is holding anyone back, or pushing you into anything. If you prefer the i5, get it! I personally bought my S3 off a guy who had gotten the iPhone 5, and when I asked to see his iPhone 5 I wanted to leave ASAP before he realized that he sold me the MUCH MUCH better of the two phones.
    are you like 10 years old? Damn own freaking android devices for years and member on most android sites...the moment you say like the iphone ppl on here want to turn on you and stupid like the above post. It is true when ppl say android fanboys are a lot worst then apple fanboys now. Like I said before i'll be testing it out before I even make a decision. Like to play with it myself then listen to android fanboys make crap up like HD video don't look right.
    10-17-2012 06:10 PM
  15. Maccorf's Avatar
    Thanks to ungibbed and EndlessDissent for thoughtful answers without resorting to snippy little comments about "doing research" and underlying biases. Your comments are in line with what I was looking for. LegalAmerican has been making it clear that he's one of the "them": the users who get an attitude when someone doesn't love everything about their Android phone, thinks everyone has a hidden pro-Apple agenda, and groups all iPhone users into a single entity that all shout the same thing at the same time. I'm glad there are other contributors here who have less of a chip on their shoulder.

    As for an update on my phone (if anyone still cares), I called up Samsung yesterday who, after describing to them the issues and running me through a series of "restart your phone"-style "solutions" for people who have no idea how to use a device, assured me there was nothing wrong with the device. The reps answer was that it must be an app that is causing the problems, and I need to factory reset. After 2 weeks, and having downloaded nothing on this phone that I didn't have on my iPhone 4, which I had to factory restore only once, at over a year into owning it because of I was using a developer beta version of the iOS release. I didn't restore, and instead went to Best Buy to see if they would be willing to play around with it and see if there was something wrong with the hardware, and hopefully replace it if there was. They claimed it was due to the quality of AT&T's data network, which is apparently poor in my area. I think that's a load of garbage. Whatever the case may be, my phone is still inconsistent in it's speed; just before I was scrolling through my Gallery pics, ones I took with the camera, and it was very lagged, frequently thinking I double-tapped on a pic and zooming in. I tried playing this Jaws Revenge game, and it worked good for a little bit, then the framerate dropped severely and never restored itself. These were just examples on the way home from the store. My point is, if this IS how the phone is supposed to run, I'm a bit disappointed. I tried to ignore fanboy ravings about the phone and go in with reasonable expectations, but when I can't even scroll my pictures without feeling like I'm bogging down the CPU, it's a bit discouraging. I'll have to consider if I want to keep it, but what I would get in it's place, I don't know. I have learned to really enjoy the feel of the Android OS, and going back to iOS would even feel a little like backtracking at this point.
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    10-17-2012 07:53 PM
  16. badbrad17's Avatar
    Yes, it seems you are a bit confused. I don't mean to be condescending, but you obviously missed the clear point of my post, as you started rambling off features of the GS3 compared to the iPhone 4, and insinuated that I have some inherent bias thats skewing my perspective. I clearly quoted another poster, who said they couldn't stand iOS because they had a list of things it "could not do" when compared to Android. I then asked him to list some, because I just came from an iPhone 4 and can't find many useful things that I can now do with Android that I couldn't do with iOS. I wasn't comparing the GS3 with the iPhone 4, or even the 5. I wasn't asking for a features comparison list. I was asking for things that Android can do that iOS cannot.
    This is a great video with 50 things.


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    10-17-2012 09:20 PM
  17. LegalAmerican's Avatar
    are you like 10 years old? Damn own freaking android devices for years and member on most android sites...the moment you say like the iphone ppl on here want to turn on you and stupid like the above post. It is true when ppl say android fanboys are a lot worst then apple fanboys now. Like I said before i'll be testing it out before I even make a decision. Like to play with it myself then listen to android fanboys make crap up like HD video don't look right.
    If i understood this jumbled mess of a run on paragraph, i would tell you to calm down first. Then I would tell you to do your research on the old iPhone screen ratio. Not everything about Apple is perfect. Set your pompous Apple Arrogance aside for a second and allow a conversation to take place without freaking out.

    Sent from my Galaxy S3
    10-17-2012 09:25 PM
  18. LegalAmerican's Avatar
    Thanks to ungibbed and EndlessDissent for thoughtful answers without resorting to snippy little comments about "doing research" and underlying biases. Your comments are in line with what I was looking for. LegalAmerican has been making it clear that he's one of the "them": the users who get an attitude when someone doesn't love everything about their Android phone, thinks everyone has a hidden pro-Apple agenda, and groups all iPhone users into a single entity that all shout the same thing at the same time. I'm glad there are other contributors here who have less of a chip on their shoulder.
    I wasn't the only one on here annoyed by your post. There's 3 people in this thread who are incapable of setting aside their emotions to hear anyone else out. You come on an Android forum wanting to have an" apple is better than Android, but I'll give the lowly S3 somewhat of a shot" conversation, and then get upset when people point out the fallacy of your claims.

    If you want legit help with Android, forget about the stupid iPhone 4 and give your new phone an actual trial run. Otherwise, go back to the 4 and live happily ever after. Just because someone disagrees with you saying the iPhone 4 is better than the S3, doesn't mean that person is automatically "one of them". Sure, I like Android and dislike Apple. Is this not ANDROID Central? If I was saying these things on iMore, you'd have a point.


    Sent from my Galaxy S3
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    10-17-2012 09:36 PM
  19. funkylogik's Avatar
    are you like 10 years old? Damn own freaking android devices for years and member on most android sites...the moment you say like the iphone ppl on here want to turn on you and stupid like the above post. It is true when ppl say android fanboys are a lot worst then apple fanboys now. Like I said before i'll be testing it out before I even make a decision. Like to play with it myself then listen to android fanboys make crap up like HD video don't look right.
    why use an android forum and read this type of thread if you prefer to make your own choice than to read about others' experience mate?

    global s3, UK. Ask me anything and ill reply even if its just an intelligent (or stupid) guess
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    10-17-2012 09:36 PM
  20. badbrad17's Avatar
    Thanks to ungibbed and EndlessDissent for thoughtful answers without resorting to snippy little comments about "doing research" and underlying biases. Your comments are in line with what I was looking for. LegalAmerican has been making it clear that he's one of the "them": the users who get an attitude when someone doesn't love everything about their Android phone, thinks everyone has a hidden pro-Apple agenda, and groups all iPhone users into a single entity that all shout the same thing at the same time. I'm glad there are other contributors here who have less of a chip on their shoulder.

    As for an update on my phone (if anyone still cares), I called up Samsung yesterday who, after describing to them the issues and running me through a series of "restart your phone"-style "solutions" for people who have no idea how to use a device, assured me there was nothing wrong with the device. The reps answer was that it must be an app that is causing the problems, and I need to factory reset. After 2 weeks, and having downloaded nothing on this phone that I didn't have on my iPhone 4, which I had to factory restore only once, at over a year into owning it because of I was using a developer beta version of the iOS release. I didn't restore, and instead went to Best Buy to see if they would be willing to play around with it and see if there was something wrong with the hardware, and hopefully replace it if there was. They claimed it was due to the quality of AT&T's data network, which is apparently poor in my area. I think that's a load of garbage. Whatever the case may be, my phone is still inconsistent in it's speed; just before I was scrolling through my Gallery pics, ones I took with the camera, and it was very lagged, frequently thinking I double-tapped on a pic and zooming in. I tried playing this Jaws Revenge game, and it worked good for a little bit, then the framerate dropped severely and never restored itself. These were just examples on the way home from the store. My point is, if this IS how the phone is supposed to run, I'm a bit disappointed. I tried to ignore fanboy ravings about the phone and go in with reasonable expectations, but when I can't even scroll my pictures without feeling like I'm bogging down the CPU, it's a bit discouraging. I'll have to consider if I want to keep it, but what I would get in it's place, I don't know. I have learned to really enjoy the feel of the Android OS, and going back to iOS would even feel a little like backtracking at this point.
    You have to get a replacement device. This phone does not behave this way. 2 year old phones don't behave this way. Go back and yell at someone or call At&T and explain how unhappy you are. They will replace it.

    Sent from my SGH-T989D using Android Central Forums
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    10-17-2012 09:43 PM
  21. badbrad17's Avatar
    I wasn't the only one on here annoyed by your post. There's 3 people in this thread who are incapable of setting aside their emotions to hear anyone else out. You come on an Android forum wanting to have an" apple is better than Android, but I'll give the lowly S3 somewhat of a shot" conversation, and then get upset when people point out the fallacy of your claims.

    If you want legit help with Android, forget about the stupid iPhone 4 and give your new phone an actual trial run. Otherwise, go back to the 4 and live happily ever after. Just because someone disagrees with you saying the iPhone 4 is better than the S3, doesn't mean that person is automatically "one of them". Sure, I like Android and dislike Apple. Is this not ANDROID Central? If I was saying these things on iMore, you'd have a point.


    Sent from my Galaxy S3
    Maccorf I think LegalAmerican actually does want to help. He's passionate about technology so don't take it too far. I bet if you were sitting face to face it would be much easier. Forums, texts and email are always skewed to some degree. There is some android love here, so don't get too upset about it.

    I appreciated your posts.

    Sent from my SGH-T989D using Android Central Forums
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    10-17-2012 10:13 PM
  22. funkylogik's Avatar
    that ^^ :beer:

    global s3, UK. Ask me anything and ill reply even if its just an intelligent (or stupid) guess
    10-17-2012 10:17 PM
  23. apollooff320's Avatar
    why use an android forum and read this type of thread if you prefer to make your own choice than to read about others' experience mate?

    global s3, UK. Ask me anything and ill reply even if its just an intelligent (or stupid) guess

    wait wut? So I should not make my own choice if i like ios or android, but instead listen to others here that supposedly used it? I think i'll stick to making my own choice on everything no matter what it is.
    10-17-2012 10:24 PM
  24. funkylogik's Avatar
    thats exactly what i suggested bro

    global s3, UK. Ask me anything and ill reply even if its just an intelligent (or stupid) guess
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    10-17-2012 10:27 PM
  25. Tkbredx's Avatar
    The posts in this thread are ridiculously long. Lol.
    10-17-2012 10:31 PM
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