I lost my sprint (long story) which I used a HTC EVO Shift my first android phone which I enjoyed. Then moved to South Carolina from Chicago I needed a new phone for my job fast, so went with TMobiles Pre paid/Prism.
I am looking for free lists of words in multiple languages.
I understand that linux distributions do have such lists in /usr/dict. Is it possible to download these from somewhere without having to install linux? Tar balls (or equivalent) would be great. Thanks.
Neither my wife's phone or mine will connect to Appbrain to view, create or update lists. I can go to the Appbrain site and see my history stream but the list associated with the phone hasn't updated in months. Whenever I try to access my lists from the phone I am automatically taken to the login page where I have the option of google+, twitter or facebook.
The HTC One (M8) was finally announced today, and once the initial fanfare was over, carriers and retailers began announcing their pricing and availability for the device.
Verizon will be offering a ‘buy-one-get-one-free’ deal on the phone, only for customers who sign a new, 2 year contract.
Considering the market prices, I feel this is a good deal: http://www.ebay.in/itm/251314297464 -> not mine but I have an AHD ever since it released and I know it is an awesome phone worth spreading the word for.
I have a Samsung I5500 Phone which i bought 3-4 years ago.
Now, this has a very old version of android. The phone works fine for basic calls and messaging. The issues are the battery does not last long on 3g. On Usage of every 15 minutes of 3g/2g. The phone hangs.
The only issue i have now is The VONAGE VOIP APP screws up my mic settings.
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