There's no way I'd go to an iPhone and be locked into the world of apple. Android is so much more robust, so many more options. Sure the iPhone is pretty, and it may be 'hip' to own one. Forget it. Deal with the power issue like the rest of us. If you are going out and about for a full day...
install astro file manager and take a look at what is on your card. You'll be able to copy stuff from your card to your phone (assuming it's there)
If you need a phone, 'now', get the samsung S3. I just upgraded from the Bioinic and I am very happy. If you can wait a bit, get the S4. You don't need a keyboard anymore. Swype or swiftKey is way cool and you can do some serious texting/typing once you get used to it.
In most cases, if you...
Here is a link to the google play store where you can find a bunch of sound effects apps
You could play car sirens or baby crying while you are on the phone.
Welcome to the world of Android. You'll be happy you made the switch.
I've moved away from the concept of 'possessing' music. Check out spotify. You can find almost anything you want to hear.
If you are trying to get music from your iPhone to your android phone, here is a post I...
If you have a mac, you can purchase (yes you have to purchase software) iMacsoft iPod to Mac Transfer
That will enable you to have all you rmusic on your desktop and then you can send it to your DROID. If you have a PC, I just saw this
4Media iPod to PC Transfer - CNET Download.com
That is something you can use to customize your phone if it's 'rooted' You can search this forum for 'rooting'.
This is Ice Cream Sandwich, it's a version of the operating system for android devices.
That is processor power/speed. DOn't be too concerned with it, your...
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It let you configure all sort of stuff. I'm sure you can set up a profile to stay awake while charging. Here is the wiki on how to o stuff
Profiles - Tasker Wiki
you can also send a text message from your list of contacts.
go to your contacts
select a contact
there should be a envelope icon on the right next to their phone number.
tap that envelope icon and enter your message.
If you have a static IP address at your home, then it's easy. Go into your router and create NAT for your local IP for your webCam/phone (google how to create a NAT if confused)
If you have a dynamic IP then you need to do a few other things.
sign up for an account account at no-ip.com
ahh, the age old question about media management. I struggle with this all too often. Give android/picassa a look
Here is something called auto uploader...