Bald Faced Bucket of Dont

Discussion in 'Android General Discussions' started by droiddont, May 10, 2010.

  1. Droidfish

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    holy crap, I never LOL'd so hard in my life

    Seriously though, nice introduction thread, welcome to the forum!:welcome:
     
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    So you DON'T know how to use your phone. Enjoy your blackberry
     
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    User Error.
     
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    lollllllll
     
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    That might be to advanced also. You may want to try an iPhone.
     
  6. Sweet Kitten Feet

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    I have none of those problems except the bluetooth things. Other than that it's just sounds like you lack the mental capacity to figure things out. Sounds like your smartphone was smarter than you were.
     
  7. gardobus

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    You could have at least used "Doesn't".

    Also, say what you will but I've had a couple Blackberrys and they in no way come close to being better than my Droid.
     
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    See You Later Man (lol!!!!!!!!!!!) Love My Moto Droid And My Incredible
     
  9. jsh1120

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    Oh, come now. It's certainly possible to create a user profile for whom a BlackBerry is far superior to the Droid. A user whose most important functions involve bluetooth dialing, heavy email use in a corporate environment, and extensive scheduling features with business colleagues is far better off with a BlackBerry than a Droid.

    There are workarounds and third party apps for most of the weaknesses of the Droid in these areas but at best it comes off as second best.

    One of my colleagues got a Droid at the same time I did. He worked with it for almost a month and gave it up to return to his BlackBerry. If my priorities matched his, I would have done the same.
     
  10. gardobus

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    I guess you're right but I can't think of one thing I liked better about my two Blackberrys than my Droid. I guess I'd have to be more schedule driven to feel that way.

    At least I didn't write out a whole "Blackberry DONT" list. :p
     
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    Why would the mods delete your post?
     
  12. jsh1120

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    I feel the same way about my Droid. But in these endless discussions it's important to remember that the Droid is a much more "generic" device than most BlackBerry's. The Droid can be configured to do much of what a BlackBerry can do (and a whole lot a BB cannot do at all.) But there are good reasons that BB devices still dominate smart phone sales. For a particular niche (and it's a very big niche), they are simply very well designed devices.
     
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    "I don't know about you but holding a DROID to my ear makes my hand and arm hurt and looks weird 'cause it is so big - a headset is a must when talking on this paperweight."

    The droid only weighs 6 oz if it hurts your arm you're a wimp plain and simple.
     
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    A big bucket of grammatical errors and whining! I've had no problems with anything written here. Never tried to use a bluetooth headset with it though, but then again I'm able to hold this ridiculously heavy phone to my ear with 185lb man fingers. (and some blackberrys are fairly large too)

    But the weirdest thing is that this is his first post. So, he returned his phone (I think), but then found a popular forum for the returned phone, signed up as "droiddont", and whined about something he's presumably already fixed!.........

    "I just may go join a Plymouth forum and complain about the transmissions in the early 90's models EVEN THOUGH I no longer drive one!!!"