for example: if I upgrade my HTC having Gingerbread to ICS, will the sense be upgraded too? (from 3.0 to 4.0)?
I'd like to use my device on a larger screen, wondering if the MT/Android combination works well as an input system
After I did an update the other day of Droid X device I have notice, today, that my notification bar is no longer showing up even though in setting it is turned on and that it was there only earlier today. Also when I restart the device the bar is there for a short time but eventually goes away. System 4.5.621.MB810.Verizon.en.US Android 2.3.4
I've read several reviews about the device. Overall they are convincing me to buy the defy+. But the camera seems bad or mediocre in all reviews and some reviews mention bad build quality, that makes me unsure I'd like some information from owners about that. Is the camera usable? Only with great light and no movement? Or isn't is that bad? Is the build quality bad, OK or good? Pretty important for a phone that's supposed to be "life proof".
I need a recommendation for a smart phone for a family member. The requirements are easy to use (no more complex than an iOS device) and resistant to breaking by dropping (So no iPhone 4/4S with easily broken glass). I would just recommend an iPhone 4 or 4S as she uses an iPod Touch, but the fragility of the glass when dropped is an issue. Anyone have any ideas for something easy to use and not easily broken?
BTW I am leaning towards WP7 for easy to use.
I have to chose between a blackberry torch and an lg android 2.3 phone which one is best?
I just got a tablet for school and I have an android phone and i wanted to find a way to use the phone as a keyboard for the tablet. I know theres a way to use an android phone as a keyboard for a PC but cant find one for a tablet. any help?
This Netbook has a dual boot system, with Android 2.3 but I can only appear to use ther Incyde App Market. I want to install genuine Twitter and FB apps to it, but my device is not an approved device. Is there a work around?
I'm looking for a diary/journal app that can be synced across multiple platforms (OS X, iOS, Android, Windows). So far, I only find the app "Day One" that has at least syncing across OS X and iOS via dropbox. Any other suggestions?
My favorite part about Google Voice is using it for voicemail. Unfortunately, in the initial Google Voice setup on my Galaxy Nexus, it tells you that my carrier doesn't support that action or something. Apparently Verizon just wants to squeeze money out of their customers because they have their own visual voicemail but its $36/year (see also: phone and data plan costs).
Is there a workaround I can use in order to use Google Voice for voicemail on Verizon?
I was reading up on people's thoughts on the Carrier IQ software (http://gdgt.com/question/android-users-are-you-wo... and I was mildly concerned. Before I started freaking out, I wanted to know how can I find out if this is actually on my device (Droid X)?