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Topic # 89176 27-Aug-2011 07:33
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Hi,

I was the lucky winner of a HTC HD7 phone and after a bit of hesitation, I cracked the box open and started playing with it.
While I was very impressed by the hardware (awesome screen!), the OS (WP7 is pretty slick indeed), the Android fan[boy] in me couldn't help noticing a few missing features compare to what I have been used to.

At this stage, I would like to take the oportunity to change my ageing HTC Hero and get a new Android phone.

Please make me an offer and I will consider it. It could even be an Android phone provided that it is in good nick and hasn't been used for too long.

Note: The box has been opened but I literally only played for a few hours with it.

Cheers,

Guillaume
 

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  Reply # 512901 27-Aug-2011 16:28
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What were the missing features? The upcoming mango update should fix those depending on what they are

Good luck with the trade



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  Reply # 512905 27-Aug-2011 16:59
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Hi,

I know Mango is supposed to improve the OS even more but I am a long time Android user and I also have an Android tablet so the multi Google calendar sync is very important..
I also found the sync with a GMail address to be patchy.

Finally, I need wireless tethering to provide internet access to my tablet while on the go. 

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  Reply # 512909 27-Aug-2011 17:20
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Fair enough on the google related stuff, but apparently tethering will be enabled with the mango update. If your is unlocked it will be there, if its a vodafone (i assume not) then its up to the discretion of the carriers



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  Reply # 513858 30-Aug-2011 11:38
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SOLD!

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