We have the ruu..can we check to see if it still infringes? ??

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Re: We have the ruu..can we check to see if it still infringes? ?

I actually like the way it has been changed to. all in one place.

Hurry up and patent that HTC.
 

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Re: We have the ruu..can we check to see if it still infringes? ?

I DON'T like the way it has been changed. Until you can add your own, it's less functional than it was before.

Before, I get an email from twitter saying someone followed me. I tap the name, it brings up a menu and asks if I want to open it with twitter, another twitter client, or any browser.

Now? A browser window opens, meaning I lose functionality.

Until they allow you to customize it, it's worse than it used to be.
 

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My question is, isn't the "offending" feature in pretty much all the versions of Android? Or was it a Sense only feature?

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Re: We have the ruu..can we check to see if it still infringes? ?

I actually like the way it has been changed to. all in one place.

Hurry up and patent that HTC.

Ditto!

I DON'T like the way it has been changed. Until you can add your own, it's less functional than it was before.

Before, I get an email from twitter saying someone followed me. I tap the name, it brings up a menu and asks if I want to open it with twitter, another twitter client, or any browser.

Now? A browser window opens, meaning I lose functionality.

Until they allow you to customize it, it's worse than it used to be.

You Still Get To Designate What Links Open What. There Is Just A Work Around, And You Have To Program It To The App, In A Section Called "App Associations."

My question is, isn't the "offending" feature in pretty much all the versions of Android? Or was it a Sense only feature?

Sent from my LS670 using Android Central Forums

Yes (at least i think so), but Apple decided to shoot directly at HTC.
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I Don't think we can easily check for the "offending" patent, but either way, we won't be able to make a difference about it.
 

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Re: We have the ruu..can we check to see if it still infringes? ?

i have sense 3.6 and 4.0 on my HTC EVO 3D, and ive tested the new settings..You can also change what app opens a link. i like it.
 
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