09-22-2011 09:46 PM
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  1. TheWeeBear's Avatar
    You just can't beat an awemoe device jfa1, i have one of those too. ;)
    09-19-2011 02:48 PM
  2. 1jaxstate1's Avatar
    I hope Mango RTM handles notifications better. I get like 1 outta of 5 FB notification messages.
    09-19-2011 02:49 PM
  3. joemd60's Avatar
    Nokia always had a great device. I remember having a 6200 and 6230 two of my best phones. So it will be interesting to see if they get back into the game.
    palandri and Reflexx like this.
    09-19-2011 05:32 PM
  4. ninjaap's Avatar
    I hope Mango RTM handles notifications better. I get like 1 outta of 5 FB notification messages.
    Mine stopped completely for over a week. I think it has something to do with FB recently changing the way they deliver notifications. You could try removing FB account. Then go to FB privacy settings and remove relationship with Windows Phone. Then add your FB account to your phone again. That usually fixes most sync relationships between any app and FB.
    jfa1 likes this.
    09-19-2011 06:26 PM
  5. jfa1's Avatar
    I hope Mango RTM handles notifications better. I get like 1 outta of 5 FB notification messages.
    Most of my facebook activity is on the laptop and desktop through live hotmail. I get on FB on the focus once or twice a week. Planning on changing that after mango and an attempt at installing a 32gb card.
    09-19-2011 08:16 PM
  6. 1jaxstate1's Avatar
    I use the Facebook app and people hub a lot. I'm anxiously waiting for an app update. None of my group messages will show in the app or hub. I get linked to the mobile site. It sucks.

    Sent from my Samsung Focus using Board Express
    09-19-2011 08:22 PM
  7. 1jaxstate1's Avatar
    yeah Android is NOT free ... they have to pay 5-15$ per Android phone they cell to MS for royalties ... it actually comes down to the same thing.. LOL ... MS made sure to show the world how NOT free android is ,, hahaha
    even so. Both HTC and Samsung are making millions more on Android. **** I don't even think Wp7 is even #2 for Samsung. I think they make more off of Badu. And I've never heard of that OS until about a week ago.

    Sent from my Samsung Focus using Board Express
    09-19-2011 08:24 PM
  8. smartpatrol's Avatar
    Yup, Samsung and HTC have literally no reason to want WP7 to succeed. The only way they'll really put all their might behind WP7 is if the market is demanding Windows Phones.

    You can't blame Samsung and HTC for giving the most attention to the OS that is bringing them all the profits. It's up to Microsoft to create the demand for WP7 first, then the hardware manufacturers will follow.

    Nokia's Windows phones can't come soon enough.
    09-19-2011 09:25 PM
  9. Just Visiting's Avatar
    Se1fcr3ation lists:


    1.Samsung Omina 7
    2.Samsung Focus
    3.LG optimus
    4.LG Optimums Quantum
    5.HTC mozart
    6. HTC 7 Pro
    7. HTC trophy
    8. HTc HD 7
    9. HTC HD7s
    10.HTC surround
    11 HTC arrive.
    12. DELL VENU PRO
    does all came out in the first phew months.....


    Well, my count is 10 as the HTC 7 Pro is the same as the HTC Arrive, and the HTC HD7 is the same as (save the screen tech) the HTC HD7s - The designs are the same! Even if you want to count 12 phones, 12 phones released from October 2010 through September 2011 is **** poor - **** poor volume, less than desireable selection of phones, and none with aesthetic appeal (at least not for my money). *No offense to those who find their WP devices attractive looking*

    And thus far, only 5 devices announced, all of which, except the Radar and the Fujitsu, are listed on the ATT Q4 roadmap. No WP devices are to be seen on the Verizon or Sprint roadmap for Q4.
    09-19-2011 09:52 PM
  10. selfcreation's Avatar
    Se1fcr3ation lists:


    1.Samsung Omina 7
    2.Samsung Focus
    3.LG optimus
    4.LG Optimums Quantum
    5.HTC mozart
    6. HTC 7 Pro
    7. HTC trophy
    8. HTc HD 7
    9. HTC HD7s
    10.HTC surround
    11 HTC arrive.
    12. DELL VENU PRO
    does all came out in the first phew months.....


    Well, my count is 10 as the HTC 7 Pro is the same as the HTC Arrive, and the HTC HD7 is the same as (save the screen tech) the HTC HD7s - The designs are the same! Even if you want to count 12 phones, 12 phones released from October 2010 through September 2011 is **** poor - **** poor volume, less than desireable selection of phones, and none with aesthetic appeal (at least not for my money). *No offense to those who find their WP devices attractive looking*

    And thus far, only 5 devices announced, all of which, except the Radar and the Fujitsu, are listed on the ATT Q4 roadmap. No WP devices are to be seen on the Verizon or Sprint roadmap for Q4.

    ok so 11 phones cause the HTC HD and the HTC HDS are not he same.. different screen different model.... like saying Omnia 7 and FOCUS is the same phone.....

    its also likes saying the Ipad and the Ipad 2 are the same.... cause one has duel core the other doesn’t....does are pretty much the only different...

    as for the HTC 7 PRO and the HTC arrive.... ok one is CDMA one is 3G... fine 11 not 12 phones.. we still realse 5-6 MOER phones then Android did the first year.!!!!...

    as for you not liking the WP.... no harm in going back to what ever OS you like and leaving us alone :).. i think my FOCUS is freaking SEXY ... looks better then any droid I’ve seen ( except the GS2 , WOW) and the Iphone just has that, Look at me im a Rich douchbag look to it. witch is ugly and week.

    i dont think you relies how Young this OS is , if any of you remember when android started ( i Do ) they where LESS then flying off the shelfs... with SOMANY problems i cant even count.... and they still have more problems.... not to mention they had like less then 5 phones the first year…. Cause every one was skeptical just like they are now with WP7… they thought it had no chance against the Iphone .. but they where Wrong!!!! And I can Guaranty you that you /they will all be wrong about WP not doing good…. Give it one more year….
    Last edited by Se1fcr3ation; 09-20-2011 at 08:40 AM.
    09-20-2011 08:05 AM
  11. Reflexx's Avatar
    Yup, Samsung and HTC have literally no reason to want WP7 to succeed. The only way they'll really put all their might behind WP7 is if the market is demanding Windows Phones.

    You can't blame Samsung and HTC for giving the most attention to the OS that is bringing them all the profits. It's up to Microsoft to create the demand for WP7 first, then the hardware manufacturers will follow.

    Nokia's Windows phones can't come soon enough.
    I believe that HTC and Samsung want WP to succeed. Mainly because it allows them to be in a better bargaining position with Google if they want something done.
    09-20-2011 01:03 PM
  12. 1jaxstate1's Avatar
    MS may not own Nokia cell division, but they sure are in bed with them. I'm certain HTC and Samsung don't care for that too much. Just as Google is in bed with Motorola mobility.
    I believe that HTC and Samsung want WP to succeed. Mainly because it allows them to be in a better bargaining position with Google if they want something done.
    09-20-2011 01:35 PM
  13. jeffa00's Avatar
    I'll be honest, folks, it's me.

    I bought a WebOS phone and developed an app for it. BAM! It's dead.

    Next I bought a WP7 phone and re-developed my app for it. BAM! Well, it's not dead, but it sure could be doing better...

    Anyone have a mobile OS they want to see go down? I'm like a hit man for mobile OSes...
    1jaxstate1 likes this.
    09-20-2011 01:55 PM
  14. selfcreation's Avatar
    I'll be honest, folks, it's me.

    I bought a WebOS phone and developed an app for it. BAM! It's dead.

    Next I bought a WP7 phone and re-developed my app for it. BAM! Well, it's not dead, but it sure could be doing better...

    Anyone have a mobile OS they want to see go down? I'm like a hit man for mobile OSes...
    why dont you go ahead and leave befor you BAM us to ****.. haha .. but seriously

    feel free to kill Iphone or android :)
    09-20-2011 01:57 PM
  15. cckgz4's Avatar
    I agree with others: we need more hardware.
    09-20-2011 11:59 PM
  16. ranzabar's Avatar
    The lack of phones, and as importantly, the lack of enthusiasm by the carriers is hurting WP7. Verizon practically tells you that you're a loser if you don't want an Android phone.

    When Mango hits, Steve Ballmer better get out there and do his marketing thing big-time or WP7 will wither on the vine. The Nokia thing is great, but it alone with Mango won't be enough.

    Sell WP7 up at every opportunity
    09-22-2011 09:46 PM
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