You're interested in making a bunch of lawyers rich for your $2 off the next EA game coupon?
Your point? or are you just being an ass? Oh AC, that answers that.
I try to tighten my freedoms on a regular basis, but they just keep loosening up.
Then you can call and get the unlock code.
You don't. You can force the update. Otherwise it will update with it's next scheduled check.
Wouldn't they be little green zombie mutants?
It's also extremely inaccurate. The picture shows the mouse pointing well off of the IE window when I was pointing it at the address bar.
Take them to small claims court, get your few hundred bucks back and move on.
You can also buy a T-mobile SIM. If you have say a Nexus One (at least the early ones) that could only do HSPA on T-mobile that might be the better deal.
I'm using them right now with a Galaxy Nexus. So far so good. It's been great being free of a contract. I had some issues porting my number over due to the zipcode not matching the area code of the phone number I was porting. Their customer service was extremely helpful in getting it resolved. Once they made the needed changes everything was up and running within an hour.
Yes. Next story.
Yea the thing took me a whole 15 seconds to open. Then I promptly forgot about the box while actually using the tablet. I'm glad I didn't have to pay R&D costs on a freaking box.
You're probably right, I was mostly making a snarky response to the usual lame question at the end of a summary anyway.
So there is irrational rabid hate for it.
Refreshed by a brief blackout, I got to my feet and went next door. -- Martin Amis, _Money_