What kind of smartphone do you own??

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  1. w9jds

    w9jds Active Member

    I have a Moto X (2013), Nexus 4, Nexus 5, Moto X (2014), and Nexus 6. Hey don't judge I need them to test my android apps hahaha.

    As for the phone I actually use as a daily driver I actually prefer the Moto X (2014), though I am using my Nexus 6 for now to see what all the hype is about.
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  2. luxfx

    luxfx New Member

    iPhone 5S. I used to be gung-ho over Android but the carriers make it impossible to get an Android phone that gets all the updates, and no bloatware attached. So I joined the iPhone bandwagon, and have been pleased.

    My favorite gaming experiences on iPhone are The Room / The Room 2, and Monument Valley.
  3. PaknRage

    PaknRage New Member

    Just got my G3 yesterday running android 4.4.4 :)
  4. iPhone 5s 64GB running iOS 8, I have quite of games but then after a few weeks of downloading it I stop playing Lol. I'm thinking of upgrading this year to Nexus 6 especially for the stock Android Lollipop
  5. Samsung Galaxy Note II running Android 4.4.2, only games I play on it are companion apps for Assassin's Creed series. Although I recently got Hitman Go and quite enjoyed it - highly recommend it if you're looking for a fun puzzle game to play.
  6. 42566811000

    42566811000 Active Member

    Nokia Lumia 720 running WP 8.1 but next week i'm changing ìt for a Lumia 925
  7. solotruckDirt459

    solotruckDirt459 New Member

    @NazgulStig Very interesting... How did you learn to build CyanogenMod from sources?? I have been running CM on all of my devices since 2011 and I really need to learn to port and build it myself... Especially when modding those devices that have zero development from people @ xda... :)
  8. Blurred4

    Blurred4 Member

    I own a Wiko Getaway.
    It runs android 4.4.4
    16 GB
    I used to play rayman for mobile on that and also TWD
  9. Philak

    Philak Active Member

    HTC one M7 Rooted Google Edtion, Play Worms and hitman on it mainly
  10. S3IJI

    S3IJI Active Member

    Nexus 5 / 32gb / Android 5.0.1. I don't play many games on it (currently SimCity^^).
    I use it mainly to browse and watch tv shows on Nexflix / Amazon.
    But I am on the search for a proper tablet, because on the 5 "screen it is a bit small.
  11. SkyweregamingNL

    SkyweregamingNL Active Member

    iPhone 5S 16GB
    i don't play much games only clash of clans.
  12. MXB1337

    MXB1337 New Member

    I got the galaxy s5, play Clash of clans but most of the time I am using it for music social network etc.
  13. ainenGaming

    ainenGaming New Member

    I currently use a Nexus 6. I also have a Nexus 5 that my 6 recently replaced.
  14. TheMallrat

    TheMallrat Member

    I use a Lumia 920 running Windows Phone 8.1, and yes I play games on it.
  15. cesar_razer

    cesar_razer Member

    LG G3 with 4.4.2
    Clash of Clans
  16. AgABaBa

    AgABaBa New Member

    iPhone 5s ios 7.1.2 and I am playing zombie catchers on it.
  17. Mindfreak572

    Mindfreak572 New Member

    Iphone 6 with ios 8.1.2. I play WWE supercard on it.
  18. I've got the Nexus 6, good phone. running Lollypop and really happy with the vanila experience.

    I like android phones because you can use the USB port for USB headphones. Better audio experience.

    Game wise im playing the TT Game of thrones game.
  19. pommefrais3

    pommefrais3 Member

    Note 3 running on lollipop ! ;)

    Can run some game but .... Dam my computer is MADE for game ;)
  20. NazgulStig

    NazgulStig Well-Known Member

    Porting to a device that is not in XDA is not a good idea because it is not there for a reason. You will have trouble getting drivers for your hardware. You can get the source for CM from their site itself, once done you will need to learn to port(there are tutorials and instructions in XDA for this), after you have learned the basics you will need to get the drivers and kernel needed for your hardware, then you make the mods and cook it(go through the tutorials in XDA for details). After this you will need to look for bugs and this is where you get in to trouble because tracking a bug is really hard.
    BTW do check the bootanimation link in my signature ;)
    Last edited: Jan 14, 2015
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