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Session timed out error! Samsung phone-help


damien666

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Unfortunately as android is open source it is installed on a lot of devices that really tarnish the android name.

 

If an app hangs and you want to get out of it, just hit the home button. Now if the app is playing up its down to the app itself, not the operating system.

 

What was your signal like?

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Unfortunately as android is open source it is installed on a lot of devices that really tarnish the android name.

 

If an app hangs and you want to get out of it, just hit the home button. Now if the app is playing up its down to the app itself, not the operating system.

 

What was your signal like?

 

Menu button doesnt close an app down.

I turned phone off and back on again.

If it happens again im taking it back and getting another iphone. Sssoooook mch more user friendly.

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Menu button doesnt close an app down.

I turned phone off and back on again.

If it happens again im taking it back and getting another iphone. Sssoooook mch more user friendly.

 

Your correct, the menu button doesn't... The home button does aka the big one in the middle. ;)

 

You are also quite right about the iPhone. It is user friendly. Apple have hit the nail with a system that is easy to use.... But if you want to do something outside of what apple wants.. Then it's a whole new ball game! :D

 

And unfortunately you are comparing an iPhone with a mid budget android phone.... But again that's for another thread.

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Your correct, the menu button doesn't... The home button does aka the big one in the middle. ;)

 

You are also quite right about the iPhone. It is user friendly. Apple have hit the nail with a system that is easy to use.... But if you want to do something outside of what apple wants.. Then it's a whole new ball game! :D

 

And unfortunately you are comparing an iPhone with a mid budget android phone.... But again that's for another thread.

 

£250 isnt mid budget, only better samsung than that is S2. S1 has amoled screen but other than that similar.

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