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See also ForceClose's equivalent of this question from a little while ago: What is the relationship between ForceClose.com and the Area51 Android proposal?
answered Sep 24 '10 by GAThrawn
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The problem here is that question's topic doesn't have anywhere currently that it would belong within the StackExchange network. For Android.SE, the relevant section of our FAQ is: What kind of q …
answered Jan 6 '12 by GAThrawn
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Guest accounts are just like any other account, they stay until you delete it yourself, or merge it into another account. The main disadvantage of a guest account is that it is only associated to you …
answered Apr 29 '14 by GAThrawn
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It looks like Bryan Denny's How do I root my phone? would be a perfect place to consolidate this, and a great resource to point all the rooting question-askers at. If he's happy for his answer to be …
answered Jan 10 '11 by GAThrawn
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On the one hand I would prefer one site per answer so that we can vote on them individually and the good ones can rise to the top. This also makes sense since it's impossible to create a single …
answered Sep 9 '11 by GAThrawn
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Newbies, as in people that are new to using Android, are welcome here. Newbie questions about using Android are welcome here (as long as they haven't been asked and answered already here). Programmi …
answered Feb 6 '14 by GAThrawn
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We already have questions on google-tv and the nook, just like the Fire both of those devices are running embedded Android that's been heavily modified/hidden. I can't see why we wouldn't allow Kindl …
answered Oct 4 '11 by GAThrawn
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It's not a bad question per se, just not quite on topic for us. However it's also not fully off-topic (there is an Android hardware element to it) and it does have a pretty well written question and …
answered Aug 21 '12 by GAThrawn
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I think we need to disambiguate the tag, firstly decide what it means, and then rename it to be less ambiguous and put a matching tag wiki on there (currently there's no tag wiki for it which will par …
answered Dec 12 '12 by GAThrawn
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Love it, love the badge icons and the Andy's holding the banner up at the top, and the overall fairly clean look, with that bit of fun. Not totally convinced about the honeycomb background, but also …
answered Mar 23 '11 by GAThrawn
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The manufacturer tags like htc are more of a catch-all for when there isn't a more specific tag that applies (eg for obscure/unusual/new phone models), they're not needed if there's a more specific ta …
answered Jul 23 '13 by GAThrawn
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I would say that an entire Google SE would have some of the same problems as the Gadgets SE had. Currently Android is a pretty well defined scope that does seem to have a wide breadth of questions bu …
answered Dec 16 '10 by GAThrawn
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that their users prefer to the customized versions installed by default on the phones. Throwing this up here, to see if we all agree on the definitions before I change anything. Further edits made now following some good ideas coming out of the discussion with Martin Tapankov. …
answered Feb 21 '12 by GAThrawn
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It is a question with a definite, non-subjective answer (as long as you just say what has changed and how, and stay away from saying if it's an actual improvement or now). However it's also very loca …
answered Sep 4 '12 by GAThrawn
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I don't know, whereas screen and display were really just different ways of saying the same thing,and were proper synonyms. These all seem like specific cases where a specific aspect or behaviour is b …
answered Aug 31 '12 by GAThrawn

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