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Discussion in 'Nexus 6P by Huawei' started by Sydman, Oct 29, 2015.
They could have done more with the whole movie.
You are my hero.
Noted from my Note 5
This seems like a completely unrelated, yet related question. Is anyone having an issue with contacts from an exchange email syncing on the 6P. For the love or God I cannot get my work email contacts to sync on Gmail. Any help would be just wonderfu . I've resorted to downloading the outlook app, using that for email then having my work calendar flow to the Google calendar. Heeeeelp
Might I suggest this app: Email for Exchange Mail Apps + - Android Apps on Google Play
I liked this, but $10 for full version is a tad much. Thanks for the suggestion though
I been using the free version for years and it does everything I need.
Wow, @Sydman I looked at you sideways when you said the Note 5 had better radios than the Nexus 6. The place where my Nexus 6 did a great job but still struggled at times to hold a signal my Note 5 locked on.
Does the 6 or 6p have any features like the moto touchless? I love that it tells me I have a call and who it is while driving. Then asks if I want to answer. Same with texts. I would leave Moto but hate to lose the Touchless, Active features. Are there 3rd party equivalent apps? I just want/need a large screen. Mature eyes suck.
I need a signature in business emails and the app required $10 to have that option. A tad much for something so basic.
There are several third party apps for driving. They've all got different features, but I know there are some that will at least tell you who's calling or texting.
Sorry I can't be more specific, but I don't personally use one. I just know they're out there.
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I've been using ultimate car dock. It will speak and even read messages to you. I got the paid version for $5.00. Well worth it
Like @Sydman, I had them both. First the screen and camera is better on the note 5. I did not realize how fast the note 5 took pictures until I started taking them on my Nexus 6p.
At the end of the day the note 5 is the phone for those that want all the bells and whistles. Those who want pure speed, swift updates, and software controlled by Google with no carrier interference then get a Nexus. Basically if you do not understand what that is then you might not mind a note. If you do and you hate having to wait on carriers for your updates then go Nexus.
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