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I have had flip phones with t mobile since the stone age and finally upgraded to a windows phone. I have a question though, since I'm new at this. Why is this phone unable to download any apps, access Netflix, or do anything other smartphones do?
I can't download watch ESPN because there's no app for windows phones, and it seems that programs that I have the ability to access are still off limits to me. I don't get it and I don't understand what I should expect out of this phone. Any similar experiences?
Windows Phone's app store is still light years behind compared to Android's and Apple's. They better step it up with Windows Phone 8 or just quit making phones altogether.
That's what I'm hearing. If the app store gets it together can I use those apps or is it exclusively windows 8 software
Dunno, but there's a press conference on the phone on the 29th.
Ass Dan must be in his 60s or just a complete and utter misfit boner dweeb
Keeping the sunshiners in check since 2000.
Aren't you living proof that those are not mutually exclusive?
I am curious as to why you went with the Windows phone. You just went from dumb phones to being a early adopter on a brand new mobile platform.
Shoulda got an iPhone
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Don't you have 14 days to return it for a different one? Either get a GS3 or an iphone.
This. Honestly if you're interested at all in apps, go with Android or iOS. Windows 8 has potential and the hardware on those Nokia handsets is nice, but it's going to be a long wait till developers start porting app.
I'm 53 you stupid Limey.
Does your phone have a built in pleasure port? If not, return it.
You're in college. The window of opportunity to drink and do drugs and take advantage of young girls is getting smaller by the day.
I have a blackberry torch and I hate that POS. I wish I had my flip phone back.
I'd like to hear this as well, I'd have to assume somebody would have a pretty good reason for buying a Windows phone over an android or iPhone. They are supposed to be pretty easy to use, but I just assumed it was because you couldn't get any apps for them.
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