That sounds really crappy indeed, is it easy to root them though?Stybar said:
Why? Was it starting to get slow?Mauri said:By the way, I have finally gotten rid of my OnePlus One.
Battery drain has to the most annoying this on a phone. I remember my previous phone having this as well... Suddenly dying at 20%, so frustrating.Mauri said:A bit yes, and battery drain has been a bother for a good while as well.
Yes, but you have to know what you're doing. It's easy to do with a tutorial, but one small mistake and you have a nice new paperweight. And your warranty is gone.Mave said:
Damn didn't know you could actually brick Android phones. I remember being really scared the first time I jailbreaked my iPhone.Stybar said:Yes, but you have to know what you're doing. It's easy to do with a tutorial, but one small mistake and you have a nice new paperweight. And your warranty is gone.Mave said:
How does warranty work with show room models?Stybar said:Well, you can always try to buy the show room model. They drop in price substantially, and the quality is just as good. It's how I got my last 2 TV's, and they're great. Both at <500 euros.
Basically, you don't. But I got mine with an extended 5 year warranty. Cost me 100 euros extra, but the TV was marked down 250 euro.Mave said:
Get out of here with your common sense!Stybar said:I know about the feature, but I never use it. I just close programs I don't need anymore
Using four screens for work, which is enough screen estate for me.Mave said:Do you guys use Windows' virtual desktops? I knew they existed before but only started using them today. Pretty handy to have all your stuff from project A on desktop 1 and all you other stuff on desktop 2.
Windows+Tab opens all your open windows and then at the bottom you see your virtual desktops. You can create a new one there or use Windows+Control+D
You can switch through them with Windows+Control+Left and Windows+Control+Right (they don't loop unfortunately)