Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 11th Apr 2012 22:44 UTC
PDAs, Cellphones, Wireless If there's one defining characteristic of Android, it's the operating system's extensive customisability. Since I'm quite curious what you guys are doing to your phones, I figured I might as well just ask you what your phone looks like - homescreens, widgets, applications, lock screen, whatever. Another thing that has me curious - what Android version are you running? Do you use a custom ROM, or do you prefer stock?
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I'm running stock
by BluenoseJake on Wed 11th Apr 2012 23:12 UTC
BluenoseJake
Member since:
2005-08-11

I don't have time to screw around with my phone too much, I prefer to screw around with more multi-purpose devices

Reply Score: 5

v RE: I'm running stock
by 1c3d0g on Thu 12th Apr 2012 02:51 UTC in reply to "I'm running stock"
RE[2]: I'm running stock
by BluenoseJake on Thu 12th Apr 2012 03:16 UTC in reply to "RE: I'm running stock"
BluenoseJake Member since:
2005-08-11

A female is much more multipurpose than a phone...

Reply Score: 4

RE[3]: I'm running stock
by Laurence on Thu 12th Apr 2012 10:15 UTC in reply to "RE[2]: I'm running stock"
Laurence Member since:
2007-03-26

A female is much more multipurpose than a phone...

You have your female trained better than mine

Reply Score: 6

RE[4]: I'm running stock
by BluenoseJake on Thu 12th Apr 2012 10:55 UTC in reply to "RE[3]: I'm running stock"
BluenoseJake Member since:
2005-08-11

ha ha hahah hah hahahah...that's funny

Reply Score: 2

RE[3]: I'm running stock
by aargh on Thu 12th Apr 2012 13:05 UTC in reply to "RE[2]: I'm running stock"
aargh Member since:
2009-10-12

And can be heavily customized, too, but the cost of all the accessories!

Reply Score: 1

RE[3]: I'm running stock
by twitterfire on Thu 12th Apr 2012 23:44 UTC in reply to "RE[2]: I'm running stock"
twitterfire Member since:
2008-09-11

A female is much more multipurpose than a phone...


You use your female stock or you modified it? Do you run sex, cooking and cleaning apps on her?

Reply Score: 2

RE[3]: I'm running stock
by The123king on Sat 14th Apr 2012 19:49 UTC in reply to "RE[2]: I'm running stock"
The123king Member since:
2009-05-28

Mine got stolen in a bar ;)

Reply Score: 1

RE[4]: I'm running stock
by BluenoseJake on Sun 15th Apr 2012 15:57 UTC in reply to "RE[3]: I'm running stock"
BluenoseJake Member since:
2005-08-11

Your GF? or your phone? I'm confused.

Reply Score: 2

pick up new car
by fran on Wed 11th Apr 2012 23:23 UTC
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2010-08-06

In Thom's taskmanager..."Pick up new car" is the only entry not blotted out:-)

Reply Score: 3

Comment by stabbyjones
by stabbyjones on Wed 11th Apr 2012 23:54 UTC
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2008-04-15

I use the official firmware but had to hack past a few Samsung hurdles to get to more sane defaults. The changes Samsung have made are quite bad and I thought I could live with it but I'll be moving back to cm9 when I have some time to spare.

I only use three workspaces because I tend to find that widgets and things bog me down.

left
http://db.tt/VKVV4MHZ
centre/home
http://db.tt/2Zblmy9y
right
http://db.tt/s5b0yL7x
lock
http://db.tt/HBYWLMQD

official firmware (rooted)
http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1544487
trebuchet apk (works with all ICS ROMs)
http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1410674
default ICS ui/lockscreen (doesn't work that well compared to CM9)
http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1443498

Edited 2012-04-11 23:55 UTC

Reply Score: 3

Well...
by Morgan on Thu 12th Apr 2012 00:58 UTC
Morgan
Member since:
2005-06-29

I would post a screenshot of my Windows Phone but there is such a lack of customization options, what would be the point? It has my most used tiles right up front with their live updates, my less used tiles a flick down, and the rest of the apps a flick to the left.

Oh, and I use the blue color scheme, much easier on my eyes than the red or yellow.

For those who must know, my most used apps are Phone, People, Messaging, Gmail, "Me" (social notifications), Twitter, work email, and blog email. The phone is so rarely used though, I should move it down to the bottom. I live a sad, text-based life.

Edited 2012-04-12 01:00 UTC

Reply Score: 2

RE: Well...
by gan17 on Thu 12th Apr 2012 01:34 UTC in reply to "Well..."
gan17 Member since:
2008-06-03

Text is awesome, man!!
I'd take a clean text interface over bubbly widgets anytime.

Reply Score: 2

RE[2]: Well...
by Morgan on Thu 12th Apr 2012 01:41 UTC in reply to "RE: Well..."
Morgan Member since:
2005-06-29

I agree wholeheartedly! My favorite WMs on Unix-like OSes running on older hardware are still the *boxen (Fluxbox, Openbox, Blackbox) for their minimalism and text-based approach.

One thing I do not care for at all: The dripping-candy/polished plastic look of the first few OS X revisions. That look made its way into early versions of the iPhone GUI too, and was taken to extremes with KDE Plastik.

Reply Score: 2

RE: Well...
by Drumhellar on Thu 12th Apr 2012 07:50 UTC in reply to "Well..."
Drumhellar Member since:
2005-07-12

As far as I know, you can't take screenshots with Mango.

I was going to post some of mine, but my regular camera battery is dead.

I also use the blue screen, with the white background (Matches my white Lumia 710).

I also live a text-based life. When somebody calls me, I usually hit ignore, then send them a text telling them to message me.

Reply Score: 3

RE[2]: Well...
by Morgan on Thu 12th Apr 2012 23:31 UTC in reply to "RE: Well..."
Morgan Member since:
2005-06-29

As far as I know, you can't take screenshots with Mango.


You can, but you have to install an app for it. There are two or three in the app store that are free, but I haven't bothered.

I also live a text-based life. When somebody calls me, I usually hit ignore, then send them a text telling them to message me.


I tend to get one or two phone calls every few days. My girlfriend's job is in a call center so by the time work is over the last thing she wants to do is talk on the phone, and we never do. Instead we exchange hundreds of texts a day, and long-form emails every few days. We're not exactly long-distance, but we live on opposite sides of Atlanta so it's an hour drive one way; we tend to see each other only on weekends or mutual days off.

Of those one or two phone calls daily, they are either my best friend, my part time job or a wrong number/telemarketer. My full time job never calls since it's almost as routine as my girl's call center job. I'm the only IT staff at the part timer though, so I'm basically on call all the time. If not for that, I'd do away with a cellphone entirely and just carry a wifi-connected device.

Reply Score: 2

Bare minimum
by WorknMan on Thu 12th Apr 2012 01:09 UTC
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2005-11-13

Galaxy Nexus, no home screen widgets, black background. I do have some 'toggle' widgets in the notification bar, including one that is for wireless tether. Rom is Codename (custom rom).

Reply Score: 2

RE: Bare minimum - nexus here too
by jabbotts on Mon 16th Apr 2012 17:55 UTC in reply to "Bare minimum"
jabbotts Member since:
2007-09-06

lovely bit of hardware that lacks only a removable SD slot in my opinion.. ok, could do with an IR port also (got spoiled by using mobile devices and TV Remote apps).

Stock ICS 4.0.2 though.. actually spent time on Saturday learning how to flash stock images onto it. (seems it didn't like changing it's incryption pin after being encrypted.. wtf.. but fixed now)

Reply Score: 2

Just one
by gan17 on Thu 12th Apr 2012 01:11 UTC
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2008-06-03

The only screenshot I've ever taken of my phone. A few months old and the resolution was halved to better fit in another forum (it's a Galaxy Nexus).

http://en.zimagez.com/zimage/galnexscrot1.php

Don't ask me what I did cos I honestly can't remember. Totally lost interest in smartphones, and Android in particular (it's a mess). Changed ROMs a few times since that screenshot and it all looks pretty stock now. I'm treating it like an appliance instead of an operating system, hence I've stopped caring.

I'd rather waste my time customizing terminal Xresources and vim colours, tbh.

Edit: I've also got a screenshot of my N9's Meego Harmattan screen, but that one's basically the same as any other N9 screen, so not gonna bother posting.

Edited 2012-04-12 01:15 UTC

Reply Score: 3

RE: Just one
by Morgan on Thu 12th Apr 2012 23:34 UTC in reply to "Just one"
Morgan Member since:
2005-06-29

I absolutely love it!! The black on white is great for my tired eyes, and the "circle of circles" is very close to mockups I've done for my document/workflow-centric OS interface designs.

Maybe Google Goggles can help me...my next Android phone will look like that!

Reply Score: 2

RE[2]: Just one
by gan17 on Fri 13th Apr 2012 02:47 UTC in reply to "RE: Just one"
gan17 Member since:
2008-06-03

I'd advice against running a bright homescreen on AMOLED displays, though. It's quite a killer on the battery. Didn't believe at first, but then I actually tried it and the monitoring graphs showed the screen consuming ~10% more power than normal over a few hours.

Android by itself isn't exactly the most frugal OS with regards to power consumption, tbh. It's probably better than it's ever been, but still not quite at iOS (and possibly WinPhone) levels yet.

Also, I didn't expect you to like this sort of thing. More text, less icons, mate!!... just like your OB and Fluxbox menus. ;)

Edited 2012-04-13 02:49 UTC

Reply Score: 2

RE[3]: Just one
by Morgan on Fri 13th Apr 2012 02:52 UTC in reply to "RE[2]: Just one"
Morgan Member since:
2005-06-29

Well to be honest, white on black would look better. And I love the icon layout simply because it brings back memories of my old project-that-never-was.

As for AMOLED screens, I don't think the next phone I buy will have one, unless someone loves me enough come Christmastime. ;)

Reply Score: 2

Stock
by leos on Thu 12th Apr 2012 02:15 UTC
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Member since:
2005-09-21

My phone is the same as my other computers. Stock.

15 years ago my Windows 3.1 install was completely customized with an aftermarket shell to make it look like Windows 95 (my computer couldn't run 95). That was Calmira (http://www.calmira.de/) and it was awesome. I was 13.

12 years ago my Windows was running the Litestep shell and I had made my own minimalist theme. My ICQ was hacked to have custom graphics and load screen. I was 16 and it was awesome.

8 years ago I was running a minimalist window manager on Debian linux sid and managing everything myself. I was 20 and it was awesome.

4 years ago I got a new PC and it was too much trouble to get Linux to work properly on it. Moved to stock Windows and it was awesome to not have to spend all that time customizing.

3 years ago I started to get busy at work and decided to stop running linux there because it was getting to be more work than it was worth. I was 25 and life was moving ahead.

2 years ago I got a mac and left it bone stock. I don't spend any time screwing with my computer for no gain. Shortly after I got an iPhone for work... I don't spend any time customizing it because I'd rather spend my time using it.

So my phone is like all the other computing devices that I own. They started out highly customized and I learned a lot. I'm glad I did all that playing when I did, but I'm also glad I'm not spending my time on it anymore. Eventually I grew out of it.. I reckon most people will do the same with time.

Reply Score: 6

RE: Stock
by Jon Dough on Thu 12th Apr 2012 12:08 UTC in reply to "Stock"
Jon Dough Member since:
2005-11-30

With the exception that I use a Windows 7 PC and a Motorola Droid X, I'm right there with you. No time for all the fiddling around; I just need to get some work done. That's too bad, though; I like all the fiddling around.

Reply Score: 2

RE: Stock
by aargh on Thu 12th Apr 2012 13:04 UTC in reply to "Stock"
aargh Member since:
2009-10-12

+1

Reply Score: 1

RE: Stock
by Wafflez on Thu 12th Apr 2012 15:01 UTC in reply to "Stock"
Wafflez Member since:
2011-06-26

Same. And everyone I know (except this one person, I should make him my best friend) asked why do I still have default Win 7 wallpaper...

To me it's perfect - not so dull as one color fill and yet not color salad to make reading icons a chore or distracting attention (oooh anime girl's boobies...).

Reply Score: 1

RE: Stock
by Luminair on Fri 13th Apr 2012 05:06 UTC in reply to "Stock"
Luminair Member since:
2007-03-30

the internet is still quaking from the hulk smaash you just deliverred.

Reply Score: 2

RE: Stock - depends on what it is
by jabbotts on Mon 16th Apr 2012 18:17 UTC in reply to "Stock"
jabbotts Member since:
2007-09-06

I've seen a lot of folk go through that evolution all the way to stock user. For me, it still depends on the device.

Work system builds - stripped down using stock options since they are work rigs not wiz-bling entertainment rigs. Nothing beyond some cmd scripting and install options really though. (blackviper's site references for services to disable)

Personal system build Windows - it's a gaming environment so it's mostly stock with optional crap left out, patches up to date, drivers up to date.. otherwise stock cause the desktop is just a brief flash before Steam kicks of the game-de-jour.

Now, the game.. that's tweaked thanks to re-discovering the love of modding.. and oh how Skyrim can be improved with mods.

Personal system build *nix - always minimal install plus custom package selection. Settings changes depend on the distribution. This is usually done with a managed set of build scripts though (bare metal to fully installed and adjusted system is about an hour and a half depending on network connection).

I still like to tinker with the mobile devices too. The N900 was a joy to muck with (shame about the N910 not going out to public consumers.. wouldn't be using Android now if Nokia had some vision). No custom rom on the Android side for me yet though, just did a stock ICS reinstall on the weekend due to a full device encryption issue (decided it didn't recognize the PIN change.. or original PIN.. so time to start over with a clean OS).

WinXP with Lightstep.. that does take me back though.. those would be the days I was doing full themes and custom whatevers. No.. don't have time to sit and tweak matching icons/background/widget graphics anymore.. my tinker time focuses less on the cosmetics these days.

Reply Score: 2

Here's mine
by ronaldst on Thu 12th Apr 2012 02:32 UTC
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Member since:
2005-06-29

http://i.imgur.com/Va2z5.png

Holding down the Power button + Home key

Reply Score: 2

RE: Here's mine
by ronaldst on Thu 12th Apr 2012 03:33 UTC in reply to "Here's mine"
ronaldst Member since:
2005-06-29

LG Optimus 2X P990HN
running stock Android 2.3.4 (Gingerbread)
with LG launcher which I can't seem to find a way to remove it

Reply Score: 2

Comment by vortex
by vortex on Thu 12th Apr 2012 04:09 UTC
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Member since:
2009-12-01

ICS with the Galaxy live wallpaper. Simple white icons and hidden notification bar.

http://www.dropbox.com/gallery/16249408/1/Screenshots?h=55fa1c

Reply Score: 1

Nexus One
by Lion on Thu 12th Apr 2012 05:01 UTC
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2007-03-22

http://bit.ly/HyQZY1 Main Screen
http://bit.ly/HJnjpF Secondary Screen
http://bit.ly/IIYd9N Lock Screen
Running the TexasIce Cream Sandwich ROM on a Nexus One. (Android 4.0.3 in the version I have installed)
LauncherPro, Minimal Text widget

Edited 2012-04-12 05:09 UTC

Reply Score: 2

RE: Nexus One
by Elv13 on Thu 12th Apr 2012 06:19 UTC in reply to "Nexus One"
Elv13 Member since:
2006-06-12

I have been a bit shy to try it, how does it run? Is there an update.zip that work with clockwork or do I have to give up on it and repartition like they say on XDA?

Reply Score: 2

RE[2]: Nexus One
by Lion on Thu 12th Apr 2012 12:09 UTC in reply to "RE: Nexus One"
Lion Member since:
2007-03-22

Requires a repartition. This was the first custom ROM I ever installed on my phone, I had no prior experience at all. It took me 2 days of reading before I started and a day of taking a lot of care not to screw it up before I had it up-and-running.
If I'd been more comfortable with the process, blackrose largely automates the repartition. Then it was just installing clockwork and the actual flashing, which was totally painless.

Since getting it installed it's been an adventure. I have to use the tiamat kernel as the default one causes me to get sleep-of-death all the time, but on the build and kernel I am running I have a stable, fast device that thankfully is feature-complete enough for me to be satisfied for now. Certain camera functions are broken but that's the price I pay for running preview (not even alpha) code.

Reply Score: 1

stock enough
by _xmv on Thu 12th Apr 2012 05:12 UTC
_xmv
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2008-12-09

cm9 stock with cm9 calendar widget
and fennec nightly, not chrome beta ;-)

Reply Score: 2

Pretty boring...
by ingraham on Thu 12th Apr 2012 05:18 UTC
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Member since:
2006-05-20

My phone's pretty boring. Stock G-Nex. I have the Power Widget and apps that I use often on the main screen, slightly less-used apps one screen to the right, voice and text shortcuts one to the left. I hated all the backgrounds, but black was too... black so I got I Love Color and set it to a darkish blue. That's it.

Reply Score: 1

HTC Desire
by moondevil on Thu 12th Apr 2012 07:10 UTC
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Member since:
2005-07-08

running a stock Android 2.2.2.

Running the clock, calendar, 3G and wireless widgets.

Shortcuts for email, sms, internet and camera.

I've customized the standby time and the ringtone.

I guess I've lost most of my creativity customizing X-Windows managers back in the early UNIX days. No patience to do that nowadays.

Reply Score: 3

New Android user here
by Neolander on Thu 12th Apr 2012 07:12 UTC
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2010-03-08

Sony Ericsson Xperia Mini pro, running stock gingerbread ROM, launcher, etc.

I did have to spend some time customizing it before it became bearable, as is sadly the case with any newer phone, but it was mostly about removing removable crapware and pushing the rest in a dark corner of the software menu, getting rid of stock widgets, telling Google what I think of their offer to make a copy of all my personal data on their servers, putting a calendar widget on the primary home screen and a few power management widgets in a secondary home screen, installing Juice Defender and a timer soft (how dare they sell a phone without that ?), etc... Nothing very visual, mostly maintenance work.

As a new Android user, I hate how difficult they have made it to close applications so far, and am interested in a way to make the lock screen more useful so that I can directly access new texts and similar stuff.

Edited 2012-04-12 07:16 UTC

Reply Score: 1

RE: New Android user here - app closing
by jabbotts on Mon 16th Apr 2012 18:23 UTC in reply to "New Android user here"
jabbotts Member since:
2007-09-06

In the ICS developer settings, there is an option to close apps rather than drop them into the background. Not sure how it handles apps meant to run in the background but that should generally stop any apps you move focus away from if enabled.

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Neolander Member since:
2010-03-08

Thanks !

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Isn`t Homescreen an Android thing only?
by Inqvisitor on Thu 12th Apr 2012 11:04 UTC
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2011-07-30

My Asus Eee PC 701 stock homescreen Android-x86 ICS 4.0.3 RC1.
My HTC Dream (G1) stock theme available by KustHome. You can change absolutely everything. Unfortunately it was a little slow and it`s no longer supported AFAIK. I have not seen anything on Android from all your screenshot that can compare to its flexibility.

Reply Score: 1

Comment by Mikaku
by Mikaku on Thu 12th Apr 2012 12:53 UTC
Mikaku
Member since:
2007-05-03

Samsung Galaxy S II
still with stock Android 2.3.5 (Gingerbread)

http://i.imgur.com/vk3HD.png

Reply Score: 1

Comment by drcouzelis
by drcouzelis on Thu 12th Apr 2012 14:35 UTC
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2010-01-11

I use the only phone that has an e-ink screen:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Motorola_FONE

My "home screen" isn't flashy, but it takes no battery power to display it. I wish there were more phones on the market with e-ink screens...

Reply Score: 2

Comment by BushLin
by BushLin on Thu 12th Apr 2012 14:37 UTC
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2011-01-26

http://i39.tinypic.com/14vo3th.jpg
Running Cyanogenmod 7.2 (RC1), I try to have as few widgets and background apps running as possible; just the built in Music and Power Control widgets along with shortcuts to all the apps I use on my homescreen.

The only additional (left hand) screen just has bookmarks and shortcuts to games for quicker access than going through menus... in fact I very rarely use the launcher/app menu.

I'd like to be running a Meego phone now but Nokia persist with their self defeating policies on price and support for the N9 *grumble*. The only cheap open source (and not tracked by Google) route for phones is Cyanogenmod (as far as I can tell).

Reply Score: 1

Stock
by biffuz on Thu 12th Apr 2012 15:14 UTC
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Member since:
2006-03-27

I've got an LG Optimus One P500 with its stock Android 2.2, and very few apps and even less customization. Probably I will download the updates, I hope they fix some bugs.

I'm quite tired of customizing everything, and past year all my customization will has been absorsed by my house.
My PC still has a Cataclysm wallpaper, and my MacBook still sports the original Lion's one.

Reply Score: 2

Real GNU/Linux...
by Leszek Lesner on Thu 12th Apr 2012 16:07 UTC
Leszek Lesner
Member since:
2007-04-08

...just like on my N900.
So no Android here. And btw. its not the default stock N900 Desktop:

http://www.abload.de/img/magi2n900aik74.png

Reply Score: 2

AnythingButVista
Member since:
2008-08-27

Here are my 7 home screen panels and lock screen.
http://dl.dropbox.com/u/19004216/RCC_CaptivateGlide.jpg

As to what's in there:
Screen -3 Memes: RoidRage Comic Maker, Meme Generator, slideshow widget currently displaying a "Condescending Wonka" meme.
Screen -2 Productivity: Shortcuts to QuickOffice Pro, Convertr unit converter, Calendar, Google Translate, Notes and Calculator.
Screen -1 Utilities: Running Applications task widget, Tesla LED widget (to use the camera flash as flashlight), Circle Battery Widget, and shortcuts to My Files, ArchiDroid (zip manager), Android Memory Cleaner and Dropbox.
Screen 0 Main: BeWeather weather & clock widget, and shotcuts to YouMail (visual voicemail) and Contacts.
Screen 1 Games: Shortcuts to Bejeweled 2, Sonic CD, Mines (minesweeper), CopyCat (Simon), Spincube (Rubik's Cube) and Frozen Bubble.
Screen 2 Multimedia: Picture frame with my cat Vequi, and shortcuts for Gallery, Music, Videos and Camera.
Screen 3: Internet: Shortcuts to Whatsapp Messenger, TuneIn Radio, Shazam, YouTube, Twitter, E-mail (non-GMail), GMail and the Android Market with its crappy new name.
Common to all home screens: Phone, Messaging, Browser and Applications.
Last picture is the lock screen with a nice picture a friend of mine took in Dorado, Puerto Rico.

Reply Score: 2

DhulKarnain Member since:
2009-11-03

Hey, AnythingButVista, don't forget that nice stock Vista wallpaper.

Reply Score: 1

AnythingButVista Member since:
2008-08-27

Correct. The only useful thing out of Vista so I might as well get the most use out of it. :p

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heh
by twitterfire on Thu 12th Apr 2012 23:49 UTC
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2008-09-11

Dafuq? I am the only one who uses his phone just to make phone calls and not care about how it looks?

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RE: heh
by helf on Mon 16th Apr 2012 15:15 UTC in reply to "heh"
helf Member since:
2005-07-06

no, thats me for the most part.

You just forget that android users are the ricers/myspace users of the mobile phone world. :p

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I format my phone WAY too often...
by crhylove on Fri 13th Apr 2012 00:25 UTC
crhylove
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2010-04-10

... to do much customizing. It's pretty much stock Cyanogenmod nightly.

Reply Score: 1

Comment by ichi
by ichi on Fri 13th Apr 2012 01:48 UTC
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2007-03-06

Stock ICS 4.0.4 with the Xperia Home launcher (just look at some Xperia S screenshots on Google and that's about it). Not really better than the default ICS launcher but not worse either.

I don't even use widgets: the clock in the notifications bar is enough for me, I can satisfy my weather needs looking out through the window, I have bluetooth, wifi, gps and 3g enabled all the time and I'm not into social networks... I've yet to find any useful widget or any app I'd want to "widgetize" (which might have something to do with me not finding WP7 attractive at all).

Reply Score: 2

iOS
by tpchur on Fri 13th Apr 2012 04:33 UTC
tpchur
Member since:
2007-02-12

My not jailbroken basic iOS setup

Lockscreen
http://dl.dropbox.com/u/4883635/iOS%20Lockscreen.png

Screen 1
http://dl.dropbox.com/u/4883635/iOS%20Screen%201.PNG

Screen 2
http://dl.dropbox.com/u/4883635/iOS%20Screen%202.PNG

Coming from Android and never having anything on my homescreen, I feel more at home in iOS since I essentially don't have one.

Edit: I'm not an iOS troll, I just didn't read the "article" asking for Android specific stuff.

Edited 2012-04-13 04:40 UTC

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Comment by Luminair
by Luminair on Fri 13th Apr 2012 05:08 UTC
Luminair
Member since:
2007-03-30

APPLICATIONS IN FOLDERS NAMED BY CATEGORY

BOTTOM SHORTCUT BAR DISABLED

(DEFAULT ANDROID GUI DESIGN IS A BIT OF A CLUSTERFUCK)

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RE: Comment by Luminair
by mintar on Fri 13th Apr 2012 11:37 UTC in reply to "Comment by Luminair"
mintar Member since:
2008-09-26

Your caps lock key is stuck. It's the one on the left side of your keyboard, above the shift key.

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Comment by helf
by helf on Mon 16th Apr 2012 15:11 UTC
helf
Member since:
2005-07-06

I use WP7, so I only have random tiles. It's nice.

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