[Noisebridge-discuss] You like your phone?

rhodey rhodey at anhonesteffort.org
Mon Jun 3 23:24:09 UTC 2013

I replaced my Nexus One with a Nexus 4 a couple months back and would
agree it is a great phone. I only have a few complaints...

In my experience the GPS is very slow to lock. The Nexus One is known
for having all around amazing hardware design (~6 are orbiting the earth
atm) so the GPS might be fine relative to most phones.

No (easily) removable batter -__-

I was able to unlock the phone in about an hours time and it still plays
just fine and tethers with Tmobile. Battery life could be better but the
screen is large, regardless it can definitely last a full day.

-- rhodey

On 06/03/2013 03:59 PM, Darius Garza wrote:
> Nexus 4...favorite phone i've owned thus far.
> The nexus phones tend to be some of the most supported models by android
> hackers too. Definately a 1-click root solution out there. Comes clean
> of most carrier bloatware as well, although it comes stocked with every
> friggin google app under the sun. 
> d.
> On Mon, Jun 3, 2013 at 3:10 PM, Mitch Altman <maltman23 at hotmail.com
> <mailto:maltman23 at hotmail.com>> wrote:
>     I really like my phone:  a G2 (Desire-Z -- with a real keyboard). 
>     But, it has a 3-year-old processor, and is kinda slow with
>     Jellybean.  So, I'm gonna buy a new one.
>     Does anyone have a new phone that they like enough to recommend? 
>     Does one exist that can last an entire day on its own battery any
>     more?  Big bonus if it can be easily rooted.
>     Thanks,
>     Mitch.
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