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Poll Results: Which one?

 
  • 30% (9)
    HTC Inspire(android)
  • 36% (11)
    Motorola Atrix(android)
  • 20% (6)
    Samsung Focus (win7)
  • 6% (2)
    HTC Surround(win7)
  • 0% (0)
    LG Quantum(win7)
  • 6% (2)
    Samsung Captivate(android)
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post #31 of 35
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Originally Posted by KG363 View Post
I played with a few friends' phones and I have to say I like the Win7 UI and I've always liked the Zune music player, so I'm going to go with windows phone 7. Of all of them, I'm going with the Samsung Focus and I'm going to expand it to 40GB and load it up. Unfortunately, it's out of stock at the moment
you do know that you won't be able to interchange your micro sd cards then right.....
WP7 is retarded in file management so you have to use their zune software or whatever its called on your desktop.

if you decide to reuse your micro sd elsewhere it won't work cause of the way its formatted.....which is irreversible

unlike android, I can just plug and play my SD cards whenever I like or need to
post #32 of 35
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Honestly, when it comes to my phone, I couldn't care less about customization and rooting. I know that's blasphemy in these parts
You know, customization has its perks.



This is not a WP7 device.
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post #33 of 35
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You know, customization has its perks.



This is not a WP7 device.
which android apps are you using to emulate the look of WP7?
i remember theres a few good ones, but I've never found the name
post #34 of 35
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which android apps are you using to emulate the look of WP7?
i remember theres a few good ones, but I've never found the name
The first one is Launcher 7, the others are part of the WP7Android suite of apps found on their website. You need to sign up for the beta and donate a little to get access to everything they're making.

WP7Android Home
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post #35 of 35
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The first one is Launcher 7, the others are part of the WP7Android suite of apps found on their website. You need to sign up for the beta and donate a little to get access to everything they're making.

WP7Android Home
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thats what its called; slipped my mind for awhile
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