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Kliptik 03-21-2011 08:13 PM

Re: what device are you leaving for the thunderbolt?
 
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Originally Posted by oberkc (Post 2071539)
I left my Omnia and trusted winmo 6.1. I am having withdrawal pains, but trust they will go away with familiarity with android. For those wondering about contact data from the Omnia...I usedgoogle sync, and my contacts, calendar, and EMail were instantly on the new Thunderbolt.

Do you know a good way to keep the Thunderbolt and Android synced?

Straitup27 03-21-2011 11:44 PM

Re: what device are you leaving for the thunderbolt?
 
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Originally Posted by Kliptik (Post 2070521)
I'm right there with ya, Straitup. I got my Thunderbolt yesterday, leaving my TP2 that I've had since it released. So far I'm loving it. Battery life is lacking, but with the specs of the phone, I suppose it's to be expected. Nothing some task managers won't help out. Once Verizon gets a solid WP7 device out there, I'll be there for sure!! In the mean time, enjoying the speed...

Glad to see some familiar peeps made the switch too.

awesome!!! yet another friend lol,dude fonts for android isn't quite as cool as the app you made for wm,any plans to converting to android in the future??


great seeing you homie!!

oberkc 03-22-2011 03:17 AM

Re: what device are you leaving for the thunderbolt?
 
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Do you know a good way to keep the Thunderbolt and Android synced?
I am not sure I understand this question.

I keep my phone (now android), GMail webmail, and PC (with outlook) synced with contacts, EMail, and calendar. With WMobile, I used active sync with IMAP on the phone and google sync on the PC.

I have added Gsyncit on the computer to keep things better aligned with the google account data online, and the new Thunderbolt appears to keep the phone and the google data lined up, so all is well.

crzyjoker13 03-22-2011 09:27 AM

Re: what device are you leaving for the thunderbolt?
 
i left the imagio behind for the tbolt....

notyourmom 03-22-2011 12:29 PM

Re: what device are you leaving for the thunderbolt?
 
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Originally Posted by doogie63 (Post 2069537)
I may switch from omina but need way to copy all contacts and txt msg over.

try ActiveSync/MS Exchange sync your phone directly to your google acct. thats what im doing.
**you must destroy all current email accts and activesync/ms exchange settings and reset the phone first.
**also, do not attempt to sync text msgs or tasks

Setting Up Your Windows Mobile Phone for Google Sync : Google Sync - Google Mobile Help

Kliptik 03-22-2011 11:09 PM

Re: what device are you leaving for the thunderbolt?
 
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Originally Posted by Straitup27 (Post 2071806)
awesome!!! yet another friend lol,dude fonts for android isn't quite as cool as the app you made for wm,any plans to converting to android in the future??


great seeing you homie!!

Yeah good to see a fmailiar name! I've somewhat stepped out of developing indefinitely, as everything else I have going is a higher priority right now. If I do start developing again, and if I look into Android, then trust me... KD-Font will be the first app I look into!!!

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Originally Posted by oberkc (Post 2071868)
I am not sure I understand this question.

I keep my phone (now android), GMail webmail, and PC (with outlook) synced with contacts, EMail, and calendar. With WMobile, I used active sync with IMAP on the phone and google sync on the PC.

I have added Gsyncit on the computer to keep things better aligned with the google account data online, and the new Thunderbolt appears to keep the phone and the google data lined up, so all is well.

My bad. I meant to say Outlook and Android... But I think you answered the question... Thank you!

Straitup27 03-23-2011 12:11 PM

I heard that Kliptik,well either way im still gonna be using the app for a long time!! Loving this tbolt!

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jfugate15 03-23-2011 11:32 PM

Re: what device are you leaving for the thunderbolt?
 
Leaving a 10 year commitment to Sprint going all the way back to the Samsung N200, N400, Sayno 7400, PPC6700, Mogul, Touch Pro, and Touch Pro 2 and jumped on the Verizon LTE 4G unlimited train for my shiny new Thunderbolt!!

ufjason 03-24-2011 10:42 AM

Re: what device are you leaving for the thunderbolt?
 
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Originally Posted by Earmuffs (Post 2071232)
I would consider leaving for Verizon's better "4G" (Which reminds me, All this 4G stuff is a bunch of gimmicky bullshit) But I'd just end up switching back to Sprint for the EVO 3D or what ever it ends up being called. Can't wait for Avatar3D And Jackass 3D on my phone ooooohhh and videos of my Nephew in 3D @ hopefully 720p or higher.

[RANT=Oh yeah and why 4G is a bullshit gimmick is because current network standards already support "4G" Speeds
for instance GSM data rates can hit I think ~15-17 Mbps and CDMA EVDO Rev.A Can hit ~7 Mbps. Now seeing as how on USCC I was getting 1.5Mbps on 3g EVDO Rev.A and when I switched to Sprint I get 900kbps to 1Mbps
how about rather than just effing me 10 bucks a month for 4G service I don't get they saturate the fully functioning pipe they already have and get me a solid 5mbps.[/RANT]

Verizon has a true next generation network. 4G is just a marketing term whereas 3G was an actual standard. LTE is what Verizon is using and I've shown a speedtest that gives my comcast speeds a run for their money. That is next generation. Verizon is just doing like everyone else and using the same easily consumable term of 4G. They never got much traction with EvDO after all. WTF is Rev A.? See my point?

ufjason 03-24-2011 10:44 AM

Re: what device are you leaving for the thunderbolt?
 
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Originally Posted by Kliptik (Post 2070521)
Once Verizon gets a solid WP7 device out there, I'll be there for sure!!

The HTC Trophy is coming next month to Verizon but like all the CDMA WP7 phones, will be 3G.


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