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but no expendable memory

 

I hate that about my Nokia N9 since it only has 16gbs.

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I hate that about my Nokia N9 since it only has 16gbs.

 

even though 16GB's does me fine already, i like the possibility of expanding to 64gb+

 

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even though 16GB's does me fine already, i like the possibility of expanding to 64gb+

 

 

i need at least 64 gb :P

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After going through a string of 4 Droid X2's, all of which suffered a plague of random restarts and reboots, Warrenty Service at Verizon sent me a Droid 3 instead. I am overjoyed with it, it's really a great phone, although the droid x2 was as well, and my sisters works perfectly. I think I may just be cursed.

 

Double lucky though, since I read that the Droid 3 is in R&D for ICS, whereas the X2 is not on the list to be looked at for the upgrade.

 

 

Also, after some trial and error, Speaktoit Assistant is by far the best virtual voice assistant app I've used on android.

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Anyone know how the DAC is on Windows phones?
I was going to stay Team iPhone but it's getting old, I want something fresh. New metro style homescreen is great, and since it looks like Apple is ditching their dock connector, I am going to have to get all new chargers and adapters and what not for all of my speaker equipment.
Does WP7 support FLAC? And how's the DAC?
I can't find anything.
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From what I've read, no it doesn't support flac.

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I'm just waiting for my fujitsu arrows ^.^

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Anyone know how the DAC is on Windows phones?
I was going to stay Team iPhone but it's getting old, I want something fresh. New metro style homescreen is great, and since it looks like Apple is ditching their dock connector, I am going to have to get all new chargers and adapters and what not for all of my speaker equipment.
Does WP7 support FLAC? And how's the DAC?
I can't find anything.

 

I think you may need to check out each manufacturer. The OS isn't going to be the determining factor on which DAC is used. I love everything about my Lumia 900. Everything, except the SQ. It's pretty bland. My Rockboxed v2 Fuze sounds better, IMO. But, while on the move, SQ really isn't my top priority. WP7 does not support FLAC I'm afraid. 

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Sony Xperia S here. Rather happy with it since I upgraded from a HTC Legend. Ofcourse it isn't as fast as the new Samsung Galaxy S3 but that phone is like 250€ more expensive. It outperforms both the Iphone 4 and the Galaxy S2 though, so rather pleased.with it  ^^

 

Since the ICS update also plays FLAC audio :3

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Sony Xperia S here. Rather happy with it since I upgraded from a HTC Legend. Ofcourse it isn't as fast as the new Samsung Galaxy S3 but that phone is like 250€ more expensive. It outperforms both the Iphone 4 and the Galaxy S2 though, so rather pleased.with it  ^^

 

Since the ICS update also plays FLAC audio :3

Do you have any problem with the headphone jack on your Xperia S?

 

I get lots of disconnections while walking (I keep my phone in my pants' front pocket). It's not that the headphone gets totally disconnected from the jack, but just a couple of milimeters, enough to make Poweramp stops.

 

Never had this problem before, with any of my devices. Maybe it's a faulty jack?

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I have an iPhone 4 and an S3

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Do you have any problem with the headphone jack on your Xperia S?

 

I get lots of disconnections while walking (I keep my phone in my pants' front pocket). It's not that the headphone gets totally disconnected from the jack, but just a couple of milimeters, enough to make Poweramp stops.

 

Never had this problem before, with any of my devices. Maybe it's a faulty jack?

 

My wife's Atrix has that problem all the time.

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Any ideas on how to fix that? It's rather annoying. And a shame, because I really like this mobile phone.

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HTC MAGIC ftw

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Originally Posted by flavouz View Post

Do you have any problem with the headphone jack on your Xperia S?

 

I get lots of disconnections while walking (I keep my phone in my pants' front pocket). It's not that the headphone gets totally disconnected from the jack, but just a couple of milimeters, enough to make Poweramp stops.

 

Never had this problem before, with any of my devices. Maybe it's a faulty jack?


Never had the issue, although I mostly hook up my phone to a fiio portable amp.

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