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It's really nice in the hand just too small for me after years of a big phone. My note 10+ 5G doesn't even feel big! Weird.
It's so so difficult to use a small phone now!
It's so so difficult to use a small phone now!
Just load any apps you want by downloading the .apk of the app from a search engine. I don't think phones having the play store is actually an issue at all is it? Surely the play store is just a place for developers to advertise their apps, like someone would advertise products on eBay? I know obviously stuff on the play store is probably regulated and deemed secure, but aslong as you download APKs from reliable sources then there shouldn't be a problem?Ah ok. I knew it was a 30 pro, couldn't remember which one.
I'd read about work around and then I'd read that they had been taken out. Sure there will be another way to get around the issues soon enough, or the US will stop the restrictions as part of the trade deal with China.
if you still like your 6S then take it to Apple for a new battery. It was about £50 on my 5S and it was like a new phone when I got it back (fixed the lag andwent back to lasting all day)Gents, I can buy a brand new (but technically secondhand) IPhone XR 64gb for £400.
Is that a worthwhile purchase? My 6S is dying within 4 hours now and it’s laggy as f**k.
You're not the typical buyer tbh. I'd certainly consider one, and I wouldn't go for a Samsung.I said it ages ago, they better hope the pixel 5 is good because that's an underwhelming phone for a none pixel user.
90hz screen. Amazing primary camera.
What else is that XL offering?
Honestly if Samsung or Apple had released that phone they would be slated for a year until the next model.
As a note 10+ owner even I like the new iPhone. Not the lockdown software but what it offers is good. That Pixel is miles away from what people want!
I can't think of one thing where the pixel will defeat the completion apart from maybe the camera and even then we will be pixel peeping.
No one gets to say stock android anymore either. No one makes bad software and I can get to Pixel Ui after 3 minutes on most Android devices anyway.
No wide angle... I just cannot understand the decision making process for that. I've used it more than any other since I've got my phone. I'm taking more pictures because of it. Great addition to any flagship phone and a must.
I'm exactly the same.First time I'm not considering a Pixel. I was tempted to ore order but I just don't need to at the moment. My 2XL is still going strong, I'll be sticking with this for a bit longer.
I've got the 7, perfectly happy with it. Standard camera software isn't great, but the Google cam mod improves things a lot.Whats peoples thought on the OnePlus 7T, non pro?
I'm wanting to replace my Note 8, it's coming up to 2 years old now, and the battery isn't as solid as it was, plus the Camera seems to be getting worse. The camera being the reason i bought it to replace my old OnePlus 3 at the time. Annoying it seems to be a common thing, that the camera quality has deteriorated over time with Samsung phones, not sure if it's a ploy by Samsung to push people into upgrading phones??. My wifes previous two S models have gotten worse and worse to the point she'd be deleting more pictures than she's keeping. We replaced her S7 with a P30 a few months ago, and so far it seems great. I'm just a bit wary of buying another Huawei phone, with the google issues. I know the P30 shouldn't be affected.
I'd be buying outright through work, as the phone is for work purposes as well as personal.
How does s**t like this get through QC? Same as the fold basically failing with minimal use, or exploding phones? Do they just not check?
BBC News - Any fingerprint unlocks Galaxy S10, Samsung warns
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I think you absolutely can blame Samsung.I'm not sure you can blame Samsung for some dumb ass buying a cheap and shitty ebay screen protector tbh.
I don't, do you think Samsung should purchase every screen protector out there and check them all? It's a third party cheap thing. If you're at all bothered about your security then the onus is on you to check it!I think you absolutely can blame Samsung.
How is your average phone user supposed to know that certain screen protectors might render the security pointless, unless you tell them?
Really? The fingerprint scanner which is the gateway into the phone (banking apps etc) being fooled by a piece of plastic over the top is something they can't be blamed for?I'm not sure you can blame Samsung for some dumb ass buying a cheap and shitty ebay screen protector tbh.
Surely trolling. Putting a piece of plastic over the sensor shouldn't be enough to bypass the security FFS. It's effectively a free pass into the phone? Forgetting that they discovered it at home, it means someone could pinch your phone, stick a piece of plastic on top and unlock it.I don't, do you think Samsung should purchase every screen protector out there and check them all? It's a third party cheap thing. If you're at all bothered about your security then the onus is on you to check it!
They should've set the prints up prior to putting the protector on and it took me about a minute of looking for one for mine to notice that a lot of them have a cutout where the sensor is.
In fairness, that's not the problem.Surely trolling. Putting a piece of plastic over the sensor shouldn't be enough to bypass the security FFS. It's effectively a free pass into the phone? Forgetting that they discovered it at home, it means someone could pinch your phone, stick a piece of plastic on top and unlock it.
No.Do you guys actually think putting that screen protector on any s10 will unlock it? Jesus...
Who are you, the men in black?I have no fingerprints & this has always been an interesting subject for me.
Until recently a phone could never pick up my biometric data, however with a screen protector on my op6t, it did & o could unlock.it some days after.
Once I changed screen protector it stopped working which presents a similarity, the difference being someone else wasn't able to unlock my phone.
Ah I misread the article. Still shite, just not as shiteIn fairness, that's not the problem.
I think they put the protector on first and set up the fingerprint. However due to the plastic it essentially recorded a blank fingerprint identical to anyone. If they'd set up the fingerprint before adding the protector, it wouldn't have worked.
Either way, Samsung sell 10s of millions of phones. I can't imagine this problem only shows up with one obscure brand of protector so yes, they should have tested it.
It's seems as though common sense isn't so common anymore. You've gotta be a right penis to think that applying a layer of silicon on before registering your prints is gonna result in anything but problems?No.
The problem is anyone who sets their security up after fitting a cheap screen protector may have no security on their phone at all! You don't see that as a problem? Jesus...
Not a unique position, but I like to have Peppa Pig, Wooly & Tig, Masha & the Bear and other nursery rhymes videos on hand for the little one.The storage has never been an issue to me.
Google photos always backs up. Everything else gets streamed.
How many apps do you need?
Yeah I did notice they had removed that. Everyone is wanting you to pay for storage now. I have just got Google One. £14 per year for 100gb. Not sure if you keep the original quality with that though.You don't get the top quality Google Photo backups with Pixels any more though, a real shame.