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post #41 of 47
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yea but teams like CM do bug testing BEFORE they release anything beta...they do release RCs but not betas or alphas even.

If they can do it in their free time a large billion dollar corporation can.

Now I'm sure, and I've said before (maybe not here) that Google can do a lot more to appease their customers' customers but to solely blame them is ridiculous.

Ah yes, that's what every Android user wants! To have to rely on hacks and rooting devices to gain full use or improved performance of their devices. This is why Android is such a joke except with techtards, or the clueless consumers who don't' realize that most of the Android devices for sale are obsolete the minute they walk out the door.
post #42 of 47
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Somewhere in there is faulty logic.

Assume, for a second, that since the beginning Motorola began supporting their phones quickly and often...perhaps in this non-existent reality their profits would've been better, no?

So yes, it was possible...also the cost of paying, say, 40 engineers or developers, or whoever would be in charge of this say, 80k a year is only 3.2 million...that 3.2 million could've saved them a LOT of money assuming better updates and software reliability = more/returning customers.

Nonsense. Suggest you read Motorola's own blog post from last year regarding the complexity of the process, especially incorporating testing and approval with each and every carrier. Life is sooooo simple when you don't have to deal with the facts.
post #43 of 47
Ah, I love the smell of dirty laundry in public first thing in the morning...

I know, it's only Feb. and I'm on track to break my New Year's resolution of being less anti-Android/Google/etc.

*sigh*

It was probably easier to say I was going to quit chocolate or something.
post #44 of 47
That is why Apple is the leader in this industry. They have it both ways. They control the operating system and they control the hardware.
iPhone Parts .............Bringing em back to life, 1 device at a time.
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post #45 of 47
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Ah yes, that's what every Android user wants! To have to rely on hacks and rooting devices to gain full use or improved performance of their devices. This is why Android is such a joke except with techtards, or the clueless consumers who don't' realize that most of the Android devices for sale are obsolete the minute they walk out the door.

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Nonsense. Suggest you read Motorola's own blog post from last year regarding the complexity of the process, especially incorporating testing and approval with each and every carrier. Life is sooooo simple when you don't have to deal with the facts.

Something tells me no matter what I say you're going to disagree so I see no point in actually responding in full. but I will.

So let me stroke your ego. "Android sucks, FreeRange is God, blah blah blah,"

peace.
post #46 of 47
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Originally Posted by FreeRange View Post

Ah yes, that's what every Android user wants! To have to rely on hacks and rooting devices to gain full use or improved performance of their devices. This is why Android is such a joke except with techtards, or the clueless consumers who don't' realize that most of the Android devices for sale are obsolete the minute they walk out the door.

Also your response has nothing to do with what I said which can be summed up as "BS Moto, Google may be part of the problem but you can do better as evidenced by a small team of freetime devs."

But you refuse to accept that the problem lies in anything other than Android itself.
post #47 of 47
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Nonsense. Suggest you read Motorola's own blog post from last year regarding the complexity of the process, especially incorporating testing and approval with each and every carrier. Life is sooooo simple when you don't have to deal with the facts.

Nothing you said negates what I said.
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