In which I regale you with the story of a wholesale warehouse company’s crappy timing; me attempting to purchase, at most, three phones; ending up with orders for five; get passed around (and tell the same story) to around four people over the phone with Verizon and then again to two or three people at a Verizon store; and also receive a phone call from a disgruntled former provider.
Yeah, I’ve drank the Koolaid. But as one of the smartest people I know said, “I drank the Koolaid and I feel fine.” I woke up at 3am on September 14th to preorder the iPhone 5, since my wife and I were both eligible for upgrades to our Samsung Epic 4G phones. We decided to make the jump. Here’s my experience so far.
Okay … so given the access to something like Nandroid, I decided to give the CyanogenMod 9 Beta 3 a try on the Samsung Epic 4G. Here’s a few notes and pointers. Thing is, I probably won’t need that Nandroid backup …
I bit the bullet and decided to switch my Samsung Epic 4G to CyanogenMod 7.2 (RC 2). Here’s my advice on the install process and initial impressions.
My new place of employment provides some employees with cell phones. Currently, that phone is a Droid2. Here’s what I have to say about my experiences with mine.
Just under a week, a post about what I miss from the Palm Pre (and in a few cases, what Google needs to fix fast), what I really like about my Samsung Epic 4G, and tips for the average Epic user.
I upgraded from my Palm Pre to a Samsung Epic 4G on release day, which coincided with my birthday. Here’s my one-day review.
I have only touched the HTC EVO 4G in the store, but there’s a lot out on the web to be found about them. Here’s what I’ve heard. More for me personally than all you people, as I’m looking to get one of these phones eventually.
I’ve had a new experience with my Pre and Sprint, and decided to let you know some thoughts, since it’s been almost a year. Oh, and I might have a word or two about the Evo.
A review of what’s been going on in the world of the Palm Pre this past week or so. This includes TWO updates to the webOS and a new method for installing “tweaks”.