from the Mac App Store. You can continue to use Aperture on OS X Yosemite, but you will not
be able to buy additional copies of the app."
What I've been doing is opening up gvoice and sending a text to someone to initiate the conversation, then opening hangouts to wait for a response. This is quite unwieldy compared to the process for gvoice.
I must be missing something obvious. Seems like a dumb question but I haven't been able to figure it out so I guess it's a dumb questionER.
However, this has been a very valuable process. It seems absolutely certain that the issues I’ve encountered are due to having a device which has the absolute bare minimum memory to run Jelly Bean and the stock apps. Running any other software (alternate launcher, alternate keyboard, 3rdparty music player) is simply too much for this poor little device, and it is memory which is getting starved.
(I did a lot of testing with Auto Memory Manager and setting priorities. I was in fact able to get Maps to freeze by changing the app priorities. Without going in to painful detail, I am certain of my "memory starvation" hypothesis. Actually, considering the amount of repeated testing I think we can safely call it a theory.)
I knew when I bought the Coolpad Flo that I was testing the Android waters. I tried a few years ago with a Droid Incredible (original) and went back to iOS because I really disliked the device. There are a number of reasons I'd rather have an Android device, but with my earlier experience I did not want to jump into a $600+ phone blindly.
This Android experience has been full of fail. However, I'm confident in saying that the vast majority of the problems I've encountered are due to RAM starvation, not due to the platform itself.
I'm not yet 100% convinced that my next phone will be Androidish, but other than these fully-explained issues I'm favorably impressed with the differences between Gingerbread and Jellybean. I am however convinced that my next phone will be purchased pretty soon, whatever it is. When I say I'm "giving up" I mean I'm giving up on the Coolpad Flo, not giving up on Android.
, I especially want to thank you for your help. I'd be remiss if I didn't add how grateful I am that you didn't dismiss my questions with "why even bother with that crappy hardware?" And no one else did either.
Now that I've said it, feel free to go ahead and deride my choice in hardware. :-)
But when I put it that way, I really ought to be looking for another launcher, huh? Or a device that can run something other than Jelly Bean.
What is a firehose? Is that just a name for a public stream?
And: how do I make a publicly accessible site stream (for public posts only, of course) or a directory of users on the site (again, some sort of privacy control is important).
The bigger discussion is: how do we create greater "discoverability"?
I don't want to have a social networking node that has no way to provide at least a sampling of the content on the site. I'm sure I'm not the first to try to wrap my head around this, so pointers to earlier discussions would be appreciated.
I'd very much like to create a pump.io site, but I'm concerned about trying to have another webserver on the same machine as a node.js site, and I don't have spare servers just sitting around without stuff already running on them.
I guess can get a cheap separate linode to run it if dealing with making node and nginx cohabitate is a problem.
I appreciate any feedback, and would like to call this question to 's attention as well.
How do i get the "music visualizer" ad to stop popping up? This is annoying enough to make me want to ditch my favorite music player. Really really lame to have pop-up ads on the paid version.
When the developer of a "pro" app has a new app or a new version of the current app, ONE pop-up announcement is appropriate. When dismissed, it never comes back.
That means no pop-ups for anything you did not develop, and no repeats. Not everyone may be so tolerant, but I appreciate when a developer of a product I like lets me know about new products they have developed. But NOT repeatedly.
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