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manaia
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  #1116294 27-Aug-2014 10:08
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Arrived today. Thank you very much. Great little device.

eXDee
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  #1116359 27-Aug-2014 11:29
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A not so positive review of Pressy and these buttons in general:
http://www.androidpolice.com/2014/08/26/pressy-review-i-had-no-clue-something-could-suck-this-badly/

I agree to some extent that its limited use - im honestly not sure what its useful for after having it for a week. Cant comment on much of the rest.

 
 
 
 


GustavoH
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  #1116996 28-Aug-2014 08:23
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Hi StevieZ, I've subscribed to eMax.co.nz and sent you the PM.

Thanks!

grudge
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  #1117030 28-Aug-2014 08:51
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Just registered and pm'd as well :)

cleggy2
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  #1117136 28-Aug-2014 10:42
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I also messaged you too regarding free offer. Looks a good offering

pjshark
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  #1120215 2-Sep-2014 08:31
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Thanks to StevieZ mine has arrived.

A quick test with my N1 and MiKey and have had positive results. The button seems very responsive even from a light press. No issues with multiple clicks and long press (at this early stage).

Currently set as a single click to open Ingress. Works like a charm, now I have one of my fav apps at the single press of a button. I like the fact that I don't have to first turn on screen then unlock then open app.

Will continue to play around and feed you any further results.

wsydgx
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  #1121405 3-Sep-2014 21:06
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mine arrived.
Worked fine with Galaxy S2 with Cyanogenmod 11
But the button need to push pretty hard in order to work
and the software need a bit more work.
Still a great little device.
shipping is a bit slow
But emax should not use "no.reply.info.only@gmail.com" cause i have no idea who this is at the beginning
thanks emax

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