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To: Jeff Hayden who wrote (18095)4/1/2012 10:58:58 PM
From: sylvester80
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ROTFLMFAO... is that iPOS math??... 3 days later still problems and still can't get OTA update... bwahahahaha... you can try and lie all you want... the fact is iPOS is a POS.... they can't even get a OTA right those POS morons.... LMFAO... too funny...
appleguider.org

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To: XoFruitCake who wrote (18101)4/1/2012 11:01:52 PM
From: sylvester80
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Seems like you are lost... read the board OP... this board is for the bearish view of CRAPple... for the pumpers board head here: Subject 6136

Have a nice day...

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To: Win-Lose-Draw who wrote (18105)4/1/2012 11:09:02 PM
From: sylvester80
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Iggy has many posts that are outright PERSONAL attacks that would ban anyone 10 times over.

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From: sylvester804/1/2012 11:16:57 PM
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BREAKING... Apple issuing 4G iPad refunds to European customers
ipad.blorge.com
April 1, 2012

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From: sylvester804/1/2012 11:18:41 PM
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BREAKING..Apple Says It May Offer iPad Refunds to Customers in Australia
washingtonpost.com
By Soraya Permatasari, Published: March 27 | Updated: Sunday, April 1, 7:42 PM

March 28 (Bloomberg) -- Apple Inc. said it’s prepared to offer iPad refunds to Australian customers after the nation’s consumer commission accused the company of misleading people that the new tablet is compatible with local 4G networks.

The company also plans to post a statement on its website and at stores to alert consumers that its iPad 3 isn’t compatible with Telstra Corp.’s 4G network, also known as long- term evolution, or LTE, Paul Anastassiou, a lawyer representing Apple, told a Federal Court in Melbourne today.

The Australian Competition & Consumer Commission yesterday said Apple misled consumers by suggesting the new iPad connects to 4G networks, when that’s not the case. Apple’s refund proposal came today as the commission sought a court order including injunctions, monetary penalties and refunds.

The new iPad is priced at $499 to $829 in the U.S. and includes a chip that enables better graphics than with previous models. The device is also compatible with U.S. 4G wireless services that deliver data faster than earlier networks. The tablet sells for A$429 to A$899 ($448 to $939) in Australia.

The new iPad, advertised as Wi-Fi + 4G, uses the 700 megahertz and 2,100 megahertz frequencies, which are not compatible with Australian 4G service. Telstra, the only telecommunications company with a working 4G network in Australia, uses the 1,800 megahertz frequency.

Network Compatibility?

Apple never claimed the new iPad would be compatible with Telstra’s LTE networks and is now discussing with the commission about the content of a clarifying statement to be issued later, Anastassiou said today.

Judge Mordecai Bromberg said he may set dates for the next hearing of the case when the court resumes later today.

The iPad, first introduced in 2010, is Apple’s biggest source of revenue after the iPhone. The new version features a high-definition screen and a faster processor.

Apple Chief Executive Officer Tim Cook has said he thinks purchases of tablet computers including the iPad will eventually surpass those of personal computers.

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From: sylvester804/1/2012 11:29:19 PM
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Painkiller comes to Android via Duke Nukem developer
Discuss [1] 01 APRIL 2012 BY MICHAEL CRIDER
androidcommunity.com
There’s been a lot of classic games getting remade for Android lately, and the latest in the long line is sleeper first-person shooter hit Painkiller. The original game came out in 2004 for the PC, but noted Android developer Machineworks is bringing it back for a go-round on your phone or tablet under the name Painkiller: Purgatory HD. You can pick it up in the Google Play Store for the odd price of $1.11, and any device running Eclair or later can join in the fun. That said, you’ll probably want something with at least a 1ghz processor to get the best experience.



The original Painkiller followed Daniel Garner, an admirable everyman who’s killed along with his wife in a traffic accident. While his wife floats on up to Heaven, Danny Boy is sent somewhere altogether hotter. He’s given a shot at release if he can kill four of Satan’s generals and avert a literal holy war, and with the help of some ridiculously over-the-top weapons he plows through armies of demons to claw his way out of Hell. With modern (for the time) graphics and classic “shoot everything that moves and everything else if you’ve got the ammo” gameplay inspired by The Duke himself, it won quite a lot of fans on the PC.

Machineworks Northwest should give you pause, however. While Duke Nukem 3D was highly anticipated in its Android release, its reception was somewhat chilly, after the developer embedded ads in a paid game andrequired in-app purchases for the complete original. Machineworks quickly removed the ads and Duke Nukem 3D is now a free download, but poor controls and general bugginess have earned it a less than stellar rating on the Google Play Store. It looks like Painkiller: Purgatory HD is a complete game after the initial purchase, so you shouldn’t have to worry about dipping into your wallet even further. Even so, you might want to wait for a couple of update cycles for the devs to iron out the bugs and add features like Xperia Play support.

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To: sylvester80 who wrote (18112)4/1/2012 11:54:42 PM
From: Sr K
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That's a Wednesday article with an unspecified "update" that you called BREAKING.

Do you want to guess how many refund requests Apple will actually receive?

Would you say over or under 100,000?

over or under 25,000?

over or under 10,000?

over or under 1,000?

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From: sinclap4/2/2012 12:11:34 AM
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Why I'm returning my new iPad and buying a Kindle Fire




news.yahoo.com

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To: Kurthend who wrote (18104)4/2/2012 1:05:16 AM
From: sinclap
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You know, there are other aapl boards on SI to seek love and be beloved. I'm surprised you all have not figured it out.

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From: sylvester804/2/2012 7:18:33 AM
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AWESOME..ASUS Transformer TF101 And Transformer Prime TF201 Are The First Tablets To Get ClockworkMod Touch Recovery Support
androidpolice.com
Posted by Artem Russakovskii in ASUS, Eee Pad Transformer, Eee Pad Transformer Prime, Mods, News

Koushik Dutta, the author of ClockworkMod recovery, has released versions of the touch-enabled CWM Touch recovery over the weekend for both the original ASUS Transformer TF101 and the Transformer Prime TF201. The two devices join an already extensive list of phones with Touch recovery support - in fact, they seem to be the first tablets to support it in CWM's history.



Disclaimer: AndroidPolice will not be liable for any harm to your device, including but not limited to: bricking, boot loops, voiding your warranty, exploding batteries, etc.As always, proceed at your own risk.

To get the touch-enabled ClockworkMod recovery on your device (currently version 5.8.1.8), make sure you're rooted, load up ROM Manager and click Flash ClockworkMod Touch. This ridiculously easy method is going to cost you a well-deserved $1.99 (in-app purchase, Paypal, or special code redemption). If you don't like that, you can figure out how to install recoveries manually from clockworkmod.com/rommanager - this option is completely free.

Here's a demo of ClockworkMod Touch on a phone, in case you're wondering what to expect:



This article deals with a couple of advanced topics. If you’re unfamiliar with some of the terms, hit up our primers here: Rooting Explained + Top 5 Benefits Of RootingTop Android Apps Every Rooted User Should Know About: Part 1 (Apps 1-8), Part 2 (Apps 9-16), Part 3 (Apps 17-25), Part 4 (26-33) Custom ROMs Explained And Why You Want Them How To Fully Back Up And Restore Your Android Phone Using Nandroid Backup How To Flash A Custom ROM To Your Android Phone With ROM Manager + Full Backup & Restore So You Want To Know About Bootloaders, Encryption, Signing, And Locking?


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