I'm replying to the post above because for some reason I cannot just 'Post'.
I have to admit, this makes me sad. I love my Windows Phone, because it is the easiest to program and configure of all the phones in my household (I have an Android for business, my wife has an iPhone from work, and we both have WIndows Phones for personal use)
I find the iPhone and Android very unfriendly unless reconfigured from the ground up. The Windows Phone leaves you the illusion you own it. It is an illusion, it still does things without asking, but I feel that I can disable the things I do not want... except for the bloody updates.
On my Android, I always have shit that I did not put there, and I have to figure out how to disable...
Now I am going to actually have to go and educate myself in the search of a new hardware that I will have to configure to my liking. The Nook is my favorite tablet... so I guess I will have to look for an Android that can be gracefully opened/jailbroken/whatever the kids call it nowadays.
And yes, I know I am a dinosaur for sticking with Windows Phone. It's just that I had so much C# software to talk to the CNC machines at work, the servers, the UPSs, the robot cells and the boxline... and even my cars.
I even managed to learn to like the bloody tiles.