Pulled the Trigger - 64gb!

Discussion in 'Nexus 6P by Huawei' started by cynkrzy, Sep 29, 2015.

  1. bkdodger

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    I hear ya.. Always good having a nandroid though..

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    meh...I don't mind signing in to my accounts and things again. Helps me remember passwords. ;) Not to mention, the ability to "clone" another phone at setup that started with lollipop. Last time I did an fdr on my Nexus 7, I used my Note 4 to tell it which apps to install and etc. Had to go back and uninstall some that I don't need on my tablet, but it'll make setting up a new phone a heck of a lot easier. FDR's give me an excuse to thin the app drawer anyway.
     
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    You pretty much told my story brother. I agree that I won't be doing custom roms or themes but I probably will unlock and possibly root just because I can.

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    I may do so as well. Especially if the Nexus toolbox supports it. Think I've still got that installed on my PC from back in the day. I won't do it out of the box though. That much I'm sure of.
     
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    There's a toolbox available for the 5X and the 6p already that does just about anything you can imagine. I saw it yesterday droid forum news page.

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    Oh yeah. I saw that too. Haha
     
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    I just feel like why not root it and unlock wipes data anyway.. Do it before set up and you can leave it stock rest of the way.. That's just me.. Lol

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    I agree... Pretty much what I was saying

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    Dude, I'm gonna be so excited to fire that thing up. I'm not taking the time to do it. Haha
     
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    Still pondering ordering this or Moto X Pure for the brother in law, I'd do 128 GB for sure. Which one to pick? Upgrade from GNexus for him.

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    Both are solid options and as close to stock android as you're gonna get. Coming from the gnex, there will be less shock than if you got him a Samsung phone with TouchWiz or something.
     
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    You can't go wrong.. I'd lean towards the Huawei slightly faster from initial reviews.. and camera seems to be a winner.. But Moto does it right and you can customize look and SD card.. If coming from GNex I'd go Nexus.. This will blow it out the water experience wise..

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