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post #646 of 825
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Originally Posted by DefQon View Post
 

+1, unfortunately my XZ doesn't have a removable battery.


+2

 

No gottem, may as well buy Apple:eek:

post #647 of 825

The only reason why I'm not using their cloud service is because the speeds are absolute trash where I live and I need enough room for all of my music and apps.  I'm fine using google play for music on the go or on other computers (not that much of an audio snob) but waiting for music to buffer 2-5 times each song isn't exactly enjoyable.  

post #648 of 825
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It's all good, I understand that everyone is looking for different things from a phone. That's why it's so hard to recommend phones to people, because everyone expects something different.

 

Personally, when I got my Galaxy Nexus, I just learned to deal with the lack of MicroSD card slot by getting an iPod classic for all my music. Then, when I got the Nexus 4 without a removable battery, I got a mobile battery pack. Honestly though, I haven't needed to use it since the battery is so fantastic.

post #649 of 825

I'm totally fine with using Google Play Music on my phone. T-Mobile's LTE service is decent enough. Sure, there is about an extra second of buffer time for a song to load verses having the song stored locally, but if I'm listening to music on my phone in the first place, it's not what I'd call "critical listening".

post #650 of 825

I download most of the music I listen to the memory. I currently have cached 16gb of music out of a total of 65gb in my Google Play Music. I just refresh the stuff I download every once in a while when i'm on wifi, I rarely feel like listening to music I havent already downloaded.

post #651 of 825
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I download most of the music I listen to the memory. I currently have cached 16gb of music out of a total of 65gb in my Google Play Music. I just refresh the stuff I download every once in a while when i'm on wifi, I rarely feel like listening to music I havent already downloaded.

 

on the internal memory on sdcard slot?

post #652 of 825

Internal memory, 32gb HTC One.

post #653 of 825

thats what i figured. from what i have read this is no way of moving the music to an sdcard for google music. i havent read up on it in awhile though so hopefully they change it or someone finds a way around it.

post #654 of 825

Anybody here use external batteries for said phones?

post #655 of 825

I sometimes carry around an Anker Astro 3E 10000mah battery for my N4, and at home when I can't be bothered to get out the charger and plug everything in. It lets me play more games and not have to worry about having enough battery to last the whole day.

post #656 of 825

Ever leave it attached to your phone on a full days use? 

post #657 of 825
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Originally Posted by DefQon View Post
 

Anybody here use external batteries for said phones?

I use a Chinese $15 3500mah external battery pack when I think I may be out for a long time, but honestly, battery life is so darned good on the N4 I haven't really had a need for it.

post #658 of 825
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Originally Posted by mechgamer123 View Post

I use a Chinese $15 3500mah external battery pack when I think I may be out for a long time, but honestly, battery life is so darned good on the N4 I haven't really had a need for it.

I need one of those charging cases... my Micro-USB port is messed up. So without careful monitoring, the cable pops out really easily. Sadly they are really expensive.
post #659 of 825

Sold my Nexus 10 today and picked up an ipad air. The Nexus 10 was a good machine, but I got sick of the terrible terrible pdf annotation apps and just the general lack of smoothness to its operation and seeing as I mostly use it for study the ipad is a better fit. Oh well.

 

Still rocking the HTC One and loving it

post #660 of 825
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Originally Posted by DefQon View Post
 

Ever leave it attached to your phone on a full days use? 

I tend to run the battery down on my phone and then leave it in my pocket, plugged in, then use it, then charge it etc.

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