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Just Another Guy, who can't stand Apple.

Android devices:

  • Samsung Galaxy S4
  • Nexus 7 2013

Featured as a Dolphin Fan in a blog post.
Also a happy recipient of Android.StackExchange swag.


Apr
11
comment SD card not detected after re-partitioning it, FAT32 + EXT4
Is minitool partition magic an Android app? Can you provide a link to it?
Apr
11
revised SD card not detected after re-partitioning it, FAT32 + EXT4
minor edits
Apr
11
reviewed Reviewed Failure to build CyanogenMod
Apr
11
revised Failure to build CyanogenMod
minor edits
Apr
11
reviewed Reviewed Cannot install separate user account profiles on Fusion tablet running Android 4.4.2
Apr
11
revised Cannot install separate user account profiles on Fusion tablet running Android 4.4.2
minor edits
Apr
11
reviewed Reviewed Incorrect data shown in calendar and incorrect today
Apr
11
reviewed Reviewed s4 mini SD card makes battery drains fast?
Apr
11
reviewed Close Is it possible to stream from an Android Nexus tablet to an apple airport express?
Apr
11
reviewed Reviewed Does Apache Benchmark (ab) run on Android?
Apr
11
revised Does Apache Benchmark (ab) run on Android?
minor edits
Apr
11
reviewed Reviewed Smartphone App running on Tablet
Apr
11
reviewed Reviewed What is a “Hall” sensor, and what is it used for?
Apr
11
revised What is a “Hall” sensor, and what is it used for?
minor edits
Apr
10
reviewed Edit suggested edit on How much battery drain do push notifications cause on Android 4.1?
Apr
10
revised How much battery drain do push notifications cause on Android 4.1?
add tags to the post; rephrase
Apr
10
reviewed Edit suggested edit on Signal and Wi-Fi coverage loss on Samsung Galaxy S4
Apr
10
revised Signal and Wi-Fi coverage loss on Samsung Galaxy S4
add tags to the post
Apr
10
reviewed Looks Good How can I show two alphabets in my contact list?
Apr
10
comment How can I show two alphabets in my contact list?
You're saying that it wasn't working in 2011, but now (2014) it's partially working. Is that right?