Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 8th Jan 2013 12:27 UTC
PDAs, Cellphones, Wireless Daniel 'Codeworkx' Hillenbrand on why he's not going to work on cm10 for the Galaxy SIII anymore: "Before the release of the Samsung Galaxy S II we were promised support and devices. We received the S2 and the whole community was praising Samsung. To me, that was nothing but a good PR stunt, because there has not been even the slightest bit of support ever since. Actually Samsung vehemently refuses to hand out any information or even a single line of code to us. Our contact at Samsung seems to be willing to support us, but gets blocked by his superiors." His advice to prospective Android buyers is clear. "All manufacturers have an equally bad update policy, so if you like a Samsung device, just buy it. If you want to use AOSP or CyanogenMod on the other hand, you should stay away from Exynos devices, because they just don't meet the requirements. Instead I recommend you to buy Nexus or Qualcomm/OMAP devices that haven't been completely botched by the manufacturer."
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If everybody is mentioning the battery thing, but nobody actually needs it, I think everybody should stop mentioning the battery thing. :-p

Why is 3.5 Mb/s not enough? I remember our company going from 512 kb/s to 1 Mb/s and later to 2 Mb/s. That was living the future back then. I do agree that is sucks if you can't get the maximum your device is capable of.

I don't care much for "fast" or "faster", I'd rather want to have "fast" at least available EVERYWHERE. I still come across holes in 3G coverage while people start talking about 4G/LTE. For me 3G is fast enough, I just can't get it everywhere. If those holes remain with LTE I will just have not LTE everywhere, which is really the same as not having 3G.

Also I would advice against blowing wales!!!

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