01-11-2012 09:41 AM
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  1. wp7's Avatar
    For reference, it turns out that the Google problem is related to the two-step security verification I enabled a long time ago. It required that I set up the device manually online with its own password.

    I'm still satisfied with my Android choice, however, because picture messages now work just fine and also I can connect better with my friends who all have Android or iPhones.

    I wasn't sold anything, I brought my phone back to the Verizon store and simply said I want to exchange this and then picked out my new phone.
    01-10-2012 06:06 PM
  2. Duvi's Avatar
    For reference, it turns out that the Google problem is related to the two-step security verification I enabled a long time ago. It required that I set up the device manually online with its own password.

    I'm still satisfied with my Android choice, however, because picture messages now work just fine and also I can connect better with my friends who all have Android or iPhones.

    I wasn't sold anything, I brought my phone back to the Verizon store and simply said I want to exchange this and then picked out my new phone.
    Yup... exactly what I stated in my previous post. A lot of customers have enabled this and forget.

    Enjoy your decision... personally, if it was gonna be between Android and iOS, I would have went the iOS route.
    01-10-2012 06:20 PM
  3. aubreyq's Avatar
    ...personally, if it was gonna be between Android and iOS, I would have went the iOS route.
    Same here.
    01-11-2012 09:41 AM
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