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Discussion in 'Off Topic Chat' started by WhackyPanos, Jan 14, 2015.
Sony Xperia Z with Android version 4.4.4. Works amazing!
I'm an LG person.
Loved my G2 years back and I'm very happy with my golden G3 today.
Recently updated to Lollipop but i am not entirely sure I'm happy about that so far.
actually i have 2 phones
nexus 4 with android 5 and moto x(2013) with kit kat
i loved this devices i´m so happy with android
Galaxy S3, Android 4.3, no KitKat for me, cuz T-Mobile is dumb
Can still run a Nabu, that's all that matters
Yes, S3s are notorious for poor battery life. I've had mine not quite a year and a half, and I got a replacement battery for it about a month ago, and it made a world of difference! Only like $25, easy fix
I own a Nokia Lumia 1520 Windows Phone!
I run an iPhone 5, and I enjoy the OS, but the hardware is lacking. And I'm not a great fan of the form-over-function idea in the outer design. I'll prolly change to Android, just because the hardware is better. I'm looking at the LG G Flex 2 when (if?) it comes out. Any suggestions in good Android phones?
Thats the reason for a Nexus device
Run an S5, play only a few games though, like Terraria, and goat sim.
Ye there is bloatware but, you can really easilly remove them or get a Nexus ! =P
I am pleasantly surprised by how many fellow Windows Phone owners there are on here. I forgot to add if I played games as well. I do on really rare occasion, but it doesn't last long before I get bored of them.
I have the Note 3 running Android 4.4.4
I play lots of games.
I got a LG G Flex. I don't play games on it since I get bored on my phone, but I do sometime get games from time to time.
Nexus 6 32GB over here. Battery life is great usually just playing Clash though
@NazgulStig Thanks for the quick reply.. I wonder if it is possible to send me the tutorials and instructions you personally followed because whenever I try to build I always run into build errors... By the way I would really like to try your bootanimation but my phone resolution is just not compatible Also let me make a recommendation.. you can simplify installation by creating a recovery flashable zip... I can do it as well if you want
I suggest you start with this: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1272270, then use XDA-University for advanced learning.
What is your resolution? if it matches mine then you can use all the bootanimations I use lol. You can download those bootanimations and make a flashable zip and upload and link it in my thread or you can PM me the link and I will update the original thread and give credits
Almost forgot, once you start developing it is better to create a dev thread in XDA because people there can help you troubleshoot or even build the rom. Almost all the roms you see in XDA are made by at least 2 people.
Call me iSheep, but I am really satisfied with their products. I am running iPhone 5, before I had iPhone 3G, pair of 3GS, three 4S and now I am using 5, but I don't think I will ever get this big 6, I just don't get it people, how can you use phones this size? Too big for me.
I got a Droid Turbo recently and it is freaking awesome
I have a google nexus 6 and its a big phone great for gaming! I play boom beach, pvz, final fantasy 7 and 8 and other Roms
Nexus 5, something a bit different
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