Ahead of the formal transfer of Nokia's hardware business to Microsoft in exchange for a few dollars, a new report out today details how dominant the Finnish handset company is in the Windows Phone market. According to AdDuplex, Nokia now controls 90 percent of the Windows Phone market.
That's to say that 9 out of 10 Windows Phone handsets in the market today were made by Nokia.
I am working on a program that will allow me to exchange data between my Android phone and a micro-controller that uses and FTDI chip (FT232R) for USB communications. So far, I have successfully created a thread that allows me to perform USB communications without impacting the rest of the application.
I just had a new Samsung Galaxy S3 on the Credomobile (Sprint) network shipped to me as a replacement for my existing phone. When setting up an Exchange account the Galaxy S3 goes into the Emergency Calls Only mode - every time. Credo sent out a new phone, but it does the same thing. I have reverted back to my Sanyo Vio phone and can access Exchange just fine.