Honestly, this is somehow obvious in all phone when it does “take place” but I’m going to point out the common things you should be aware of, so you know when it’s time to refresh your phone’s system.
- Start-Up is laggish
- Slow reactions with reactions (typing message, clicking)
- Shutting off by itself or rebooting by itself
- Applications working before stopped working
- Deadly White Screen!
Oh well, at current, two of my mobile phones are showing some. Hihi. Guess I need to reformat, maybe when we get the internet here. It is essential to reformat or re-program your gadgets actually – it helps to “clean” the already cluttered memory. Just make sure you have back-ups of important applications or files all the time.
I am so late to blog about this, but just a few hours ago, the untethered jailbreak for ios 5.1.1 was out! It doesn’t work on all devices I believe. I’m still thinking of upgrading or not. But anyway, so far here are the devices that it works for:
iPad (3rd gen)
iPod touch 3G
iPod touch 4G
Apple TV 2G
I guess it’s better to update to find out the new perks of the updated iOS version!
More details can be found through Redmondpie
Kudos to pod2g, Muscle Nerd and their mates!
Now, should we upgrade?
Gadgets, accessories, wirings - in majority, a person who deals with technology so much always have problems with keeping them. It actually depends but for those who’d rather be organized, it’s something serious. What good is it to have gadgets and all with a messy room?
Rack for your coats and everything else in the closet =)
But other than those, have you thought of your clothes? They must be lying everywhere because you’re too hooked up with your favorite applications and games, eek! So I suggest getting a rolling rack at CoatRacks.com while you have time because I’m pretty sure they will pile up in the long run (the more gadgets, the more you will probably forget about everything else!)
The thing is, don’t forget about the other things around you other than gadgets!
It’s fine being a techie. In fact it’s cool, costly like when a girl goes on a shopping spree but as a techie, have you thought about where you stay too? I mean, your home.
Being a techie means you’d have so many gadgets here and there. So being careless with your choice of how your house is build is also one thing to ponder on!
For example, have you seen proper garage floor tiles for your awesome-innovated car?(Assuming you have one…) Probably not because all your expenses are over your gadgets – but why not think of it as an investment not only for you but your gadgets too, you would want something to keep your gadgets safe right?
Well, just a thought!
I wasn’t aware that the phone I was opting to buy before, Samsung Nori had its second version out. This time, with WIFI which is a plus for me.
Samsung Nori AFF20
And here are the specs:
Brand / Model Samsung A220 F Nori
Operating Frequency GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900 / HSDPA Mhz
Display Type: TFT Touchscreen
Max.Color: 256 K
Size: 3 inches
Sensors Accelerometer sensor for UI auto-rotate
Camera Camera: 3.2MP
Resolution: 2048 x 1536 Pixels
Flash Light: No
Video Formats: MP4, H.264, H.263
Battery No.of.Batt: 1
Type: 1000 mAH Li-ion
Softwares Game: Yes
Memory External: 16GB
Slot: Micro SD Card
Music Ring Tone Type: Polyphonic, MP3, WAV
Music Formats: MP3, WAV, eAAC+
Connectivity Infra Red: No
Data Cable Port: Yes
Additional Features Edge: Yes
Social Networking Services: Yes
It’s pretty neat it has WIFI but it’s not the same as its predecessor that is a fliptop kind of phone, which I wanted. Well, I don’t really think I can buy it anyway for now. I find it too expensive comparing it to other phones that are already on Android platform.