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jschmold
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(was just talking to Root now, and it reminded me of this)

You know what I fucking hate about Android phones? They do stupid shit like update your keyboard WHILE you are typing. Hate Apple as I may for having inferior hardware and ridiculous pricing, the iPhone is more worth having than Android. I simply find the features a lot better executed on iPhone than Android, almost across the board

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  • 1
    @Root
    Sup girly
  • 6
    I hate that I never know what my phone is doing, and that i can't trust it to do what i tell it to.

    Notable examples: the play store auto-updates itself even with auto updates turned off, and sometimes even with airplane mode enabled. Sometimes my phone will just download tens to hundreds of mb despite me not touching it for twenty minutes, having auto updates off, and having nothing running. Whenever I connect to wifi after being out for awhile, my phone uploads a few mb of idk. It's weird. Also: if I have all traffic routed over a VPN, not all traffic gets routed over the VPN.

    I also used to get search suggestions (back when I used google) based on things I had spontaneous conversations about. I've since put an end to that, but my girlfriend's phone still does it. And her dad's. And all the children's tablets. 😕
  • 5
    Strange, out of all the quirks Android has, this isn't one that I ever really thought about
  • 2
    @Root weird, your experience with Android has been completely different from mine. I don't think anything on my phone ever auto-updates. It's actually kind of annoying, as it seems like every time I look at my phone, the Play Store tells me I have ten new app updates to download. I almost want to turn auto update on. Almost.

    I probably have too many shitty mobile games, come to think of it.
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    Android logs everything (including a lot of nothing, like when you don’t use it) and phones back to big daddy G whenever it gets online.
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