I have a survey on my website that I'd like to deliver to my Android app users (like demographics and such). I'm wondering what the best way to do this is - do you think that using a WebView to just display the survey webpage would work since they'd need to have internet to get the survey questions anyway?
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I got scammed on craigslist and the guy won't respond. So I bought a T-mobile Galaxy S3 and it worked fine for over a week until 2 days ago when it stopped connecting or registering to the T-mobile network. I found out from T-mobile it was blacklisted as stolen/lost that day. I called to confirm the phone wasn't stolen or lost when I bought it.
I have made a survey a week ago and there were people that doesn't like my thread submission about it.
But i have a new version.
I have now 4 people from XDA that have completed the survey.
Just say if the survey is good here!
COMPLETE THE SURVEY!
RATE THE SURVEY
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