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Samsung Galaxy S II SkyRocket

Hello, my name is Brian - and I left my IPhone for the Samsung Galaxy S II SkyRocket.  *AA*  - Apple Anonamous - I can feel change already!! LOL

Hello, my name is Brian - and I left my IPhone for the Samsung Galaxy S II SkyRocket.  *AA*  - Apple Anonamous - I can feel change already!! LOL

Samsung Galaxy S II SkyRocket

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I'm thinking of dropping my iPhone for the Samsung Galaxy S II Skyrocket as well.
Do you have any advise?
Should I keep my iPhone or should I drop it?
What is your opinion?
I'm thinking of dropping my iPhone for the Samsung Galaxy S II Skyrocket as well.
Do you have any advise?
Should I keep my iPhone or should I drop it?
What is your opinion?

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Dellman87 wrote:

Hello, my name is Brian - and I left my IPhone for the Samsung Galaxy S II SkyRocket.  *AA*  - Apple Anonamous - I can feel change already!! LOL


 

Nice to meet you, Brian. My name is Bryan myself.

Well, it's about time you made the switch! Smiley Very Happy I could tell that you were hinting around about switching to an Android phone in other posts I have seen of your's. I recently acquired an iPhone 3GS to use as a second phone, but I enjoy using my Samsung Captivate (original Galaxy S) much better.

Welcome to Android. You're going to love it. As you can see, you have been freed from Apple's padlocks and chains. Smiley Very Happy

Cat Happy Remember that Wild Banchi... 1993-2010 Cat Happy




Dellman87 wrote:

Hello, my name is Brian - and I left my IPhone for the Samsung Galaxy S II SkyRocket.  *AA*  - Apple Anonamous - I can feel change already!! LOL


 

Nice to meet you, Brian. My name is Bryan myself.

Well, it's about time you made the switch! Smiley Very Happy I could tell that you were hinting around about switching to an Android phone in other posts I have seen of your's. I recently acquired an iPhone 3GS to use as a second phone, but I enjoy using my Samsung Captivate (original Galaxy S) much better.

Welcome to Android. You're going to love it. As you can see, you have been freed from Apple's padlocks and chains. Smiley Very Happy

:cathappy: Remember that Wild Banchi... 1993-2010 :cathappy:



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Hmeekins wrote:
I'm thinking of dropping my iPhone for the Samsung Galaxy S II Skyrocket as well.
Do you have any advise?
Should I keep my iPhone or should I drop it?
What is your opinion?

 

I have a passion for cell phones, so either an Android phone or iPhone would work for me - that's why I have both. It is ultimately your decision when it all boils down. Do you like having to hook your phone up to iTunes? Do you like iTunes in general or the App Store? The Android Market is very much like the App Store. Do you like free music? I have an app on my phone that was free when I downloaded it from the Android Market and any music I download from it is free as well. I use it all the time.

Is your iPhone jailbroken? If so, you would probably enjoy rooting or installing custom ROMs on your Android phone to make it truly, personally unique. Another feature of the Android OS is live wallpapers. I currently have the coolest live wallpaper I've ever seen installed as my background right now.

Honestly, if I were you, I would make the switch over to an Android phone, preferably the Samsung Galaxy S II or Skyrocket. I do not think you would have any regrets. I like my iPhone (3GS), but I use my Captivate so much more as a phone.

Cat Happy Remember that Wild Banchi... 1993-2010 Cat Happy




Hmeekins wrote:
I'm thinking of dropping my iPhone for the Samsung Galaxy S II Skyrocket as well.
Do you have any advise?
Should I keep my iPhone or should I drop it?
What is your opinion?

 

I have a passion for cell phones, so either an Android phone or iPhone would work for me - that's why I have both. It is ultimately your decision when it all boils down. Do you like having to hook your phone up to iTunes? Do you like iTunes in general or the App Store? The Android Market is very much like the App Store. Do you like free music? I have an app on my phone that was free when I downloaded it from the Android Market and any music I download from it is free as well. I use it all the time.

Is your iPhone jailbroken? If so, you would probably enjoy rooting or installing custom ROMs on your Android phone to make it truly, personally unique. Another feature of the Android OS is live wallpapers. I currently have the coolest live wallpaper I've ever seen installed as my background right now.

Honestly, if I were you, I would make the switch over to an Android phone, preferably the Samsung Galaxy S II or Skyrocket. I do not think you would have any regrets. I like my iPhone (3GS), but I use my Captivate so much more as a phone.

:cathappy: Remember that Wild Banchi... 1993-2010 :cathappy:



Remember that Wild Banchi... 1993-2010
*The views and opinions expressed on this forum are purely my own. Any product claim, statistic, quote, or other representation about a product or service should be verified with the manufacturer, provider, or party.

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So I have only had my new Skyrocket for about 9 hours, but I already love it. It's quite amazing. It will take some time to get used to the new options and whatnot and features, but with time I hope to become more familiar with it. Also, LTE is spotty, but it's here at least. Can anyone recommend a good cell tower locator? I found one called Signal Mapper? It couldnt load the map, but when I get LTE coverage I want to see where the new tower is. Help ? -Brian

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Dellman87 wrote:

Hello, my name is Brian - and I left my IPhone for the Samsung Galaxy S II SkyRocket.  *AA*  - Apple Anonamous - I can feel change already!! LOL


 

Nice to meet you, Brian. My name is Bryan myself.

Well, it's about time you made the switch! Smiley Very Happy I could tell that you were hinting around about switching to an Android phone in other posts I have seen of your's. I recently acquired an iPhone 3GS to use as a second phone, but I enjoy using my Samsung Captivate (original Galaxy S) much better.

Welcome to Android. You're going to love it. As you can see, you have been freed from Apple's padlocks and chains. Smiley Very Happy


So I have only had my new Skyrocket for about 9 hours, but I already love it. It's quite amazing. It will take some time to get used to the new options and whatnot and features, but with time I hope to become more familiar with it. Also, LTE is spotty, but it's here at least. Can anyone recommend a good cell tower locator? I found one called Signal Mapper? It couldnt load the map, but when I get LTE coverage I want to see where the new tower is. Help ? -Brian

Wild Banchi wrote:

Dellman87 wrote:

Hello, my name is Brian - and I left my IPhone for the Samsung Galaxy S II SkyRocket.  *AA*  - Apple Anonamous - I can feel change already!! LOL


 

Nice to meet you, Brian. My name is Bryan myself.

Well, it's about time you made the switch! Smiley Very Happy I could tell that you were hinting around about switching to an Android phone in other posts I have seen of your's. I recently acquired an iPhone 3GS to use as a second phone, but I enjoy using my Samsung Captivate (original Galaxy S) much better.

Welcome to Android. You're going to love it. As you can see, you have been freed from Apple's padlocks and chains. Smiley Very Happy


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