I am a newbie to the Android forum. I am yet to discover the potential of the forum. I trust you are all nice people.
I am sure I will get something to offer...
on 04/03/2012 – Made popular on 04/03/2012
My name's Tim and I'm mostly here for the support, though I'll have a search and see if I can pay something forward if possible. I'm a little new with android, so I'm not sure what I can offer others, but I'll have a crack and see if I can weigh in somewhere so I'm not just leeching help out of the forum, but giving something back.
This is the first time I am joining a linux forum as I am quite new to linux and just started my journey to the beautiful Hardware operator with RHEL 6.0 and I hope that I will learn a lot from this forum or might be my expectations are more from here.
Well whatever I am really thankful to the founders for presenting this forum as a platform to interact and share views for the linux people.
My name is Vikram living in NY
I have a Nexus 4 and I joined the forums seeking help to fix my softbricked nexus 4
Seeing how nice the people are on this forum I'm bound to stick around forever since I am an android fan :p
I am just new to this android forum, i am a total newbie.
I have just got my first android smartphone, a Sony Xperia S.
Everyday i am learning new stuff and finding new things i can do with my android phone, i am totally amazed by the features and apps on it.
I have been on this forum so much since i got my phone just over three weeks ago, everytime i had a question or a problem i goo
Hello Everyone,it is nice to join this forum, my name is William, my current job is a cook at chinese food service. well, my first distro is ubuntu 8.04, but now i'm running Crunchbang Linux, very happy and proud using #!. Running flawlessly on my Asus A3HF series. Considering myself as newbie, i believe this forum will be a very great help for me.
Well, I have been around the block for quite a while and I have seen people come and go in this forum. Most of the people that I known of didn't even knew me as most of them are just thread starters and then they'd forget about it.
I decided to include a forum because there were some people who requested that Techsnap had a forum and it’s certainly easier to implement the forum whilst the Website is new because of user integration between the website and the forum it’s self.
As a Newbie I thought I'd take a look at the free edX course LFS101x Introduction to Linux. It's very interesting but I wonder how many others who are starting off will be using the command line to the point where well be using things like grep, join etc.