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+Patti Bills​ currently working hard on an application for Belgian buses. BeTrains is not my priority during this time...
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#updateSaturday?
Am I the only one to get all these updates in a few minutes?
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No, and the "Google" app is missing ;-)
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Turing Robotics Industries claims the fingerprint sensor's accuracy rivals Apple and Samsung.

Their Gingerbread UI with menu button of shame rivals and beats Samsung's, for sure!
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Just discovered this one...
http://www.commitstrip.com/en/page/92/
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Just sharing the comment I posted for more feedback:
just to be clear: the question is not aimed to criticize or give any negative feedback for the the +APK Mirror​​ ​team that I really love, but to gather informations and facts about apk property and what happens after they are uploaded to the Play Store, or other stores
Is that even legal? As a developer, I would be really annoyed is my free applications were available from a source I didn't chose.
In fact this already happened and that made me very annoyed, when I uploaded fixes to play store, users couldn't download them, and asked for support that I couldn't provide and made me waste a LOT of time trying to help them.
(About 60 emails a week for some changes I made to the server and the application has been updated long time ago in the Store)
Note: I really love +APK Mirror​​​, but I really wonder how this can happen and what are the rules there...
and it seems weird from the serious guys behind this site...
 
Can someone with a compatible Sony phone upload this to +APK Mirror please?
Are you a mobile gamer? Now you can let your friends and followers tune in ...
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I guess it's not legal.

You grant to the user a non-exclusive, worldwide, and perpetual license to perform, display, and use the Product on the Device. If you choose, you may include a separate end user license agreement (EULA) in your Product that will govern the user's rights to the Product in lieu of the previous sentence.

Emphasis mine. The apk should not go outside of the device, so if the Dev doesn't upload it on another store, no one is allowed to.

https://play.google.com/intl/ALL_us/about/developer-distribution-agreement.html chapter 5
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What kind of sorcery is this?

EDIT: Just made a full wipe, system tells me 1.6Gb left. Is that possible to "break" the memory and lose 10Gb of internal memory?

I have unistalled and deleted every file I could, and only have 335Mb free on my device!
I barely use 2 gigs !!! 10Gb are missing!

The system and all my apps start sending me messages about the lack of space, I cannot receive any extra SMS, but there is nothing to do!

I don't understand what's happening!
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Contest to win an invitation to buy a phone... Yeahhhh!!!!

Over a million people have signed up to receive an invite for the opportunity to buy a OnePlus 2. We got our hands on six invite cards — and since it's free-stuff Friday — we're giving them away on...
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+Juhani Lehtimäki I don't blame them for making a phone without NFC, no wireles charging, no quick charge,and with a Samsung like fingerprint reader, and with everything people complain about. That's their way to work, and make their identity, and that's fine!
A lot of people are mad for this, but it's OK, it's Android, everyone can find the phone they want.
But this marketing strategy is really weird, and I don't understand how such huge websites like the verge (I won't give any opinion on this website, and don't want to start a debate, because I strongly believe some smart people are working there) can enter their game without any question...

Such things should be simply laughed at, and they will change immediatly I guess, like their previous contest! But now, people are familiar with this strategy, and it's becoming something not even shocking!.. Strange...
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Need more wine boxes!
Moving 4-5 pieces... Waiting 5 minutes just to make sure this is the best configuration... Thinking... Starting again to move a few things...

_Can't wait for +Thomas Delemarre​​​ to say something about my drinking problems!_
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+Waza_Be​ that's not a problem, that's a collection ;) 
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2014: Yeah, everyone dropped the "so 2007" physical home button (Except Samsung)

2015: It's baaaack!!!!!!
HTC and maybe OnePlus, who is the next to copy Samsung button to copy Apple fingerprint scanner?
 
 
The OnePlus 2 is the latest device to go through China's TENAA certification, giving us a look at the possible design of the handset. The phone will come with a fingerprint scanner, with the images from TENAA highlighting a physical home button. The photos show that the camera sensor is now located…
The OnePlus 2 is the latest device to go through China's TENAA certification, giving us a look at the possible design of the handset. The phone will come with a fingerprint scanner, with the images from TENAA highlighting a physical home button. The photos show that the camera sensor is now located further down at the back, with the phone possibly getting laser autofocus like the LG G4...
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One plus already announced it will have a fingerprint scanner, so it's maybe not a button? 
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Via +Amon RA 
 
At least +Android Police​ got it right.
I fully agree with Dan on this.
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Android M Demo mode:
Demo mode, is for developers taking screenshots or videos of their apps. It forces notifications off the status bar and sets the bar to display cell signal, 100% battery, and locks the clock at 5:20 - so you can have a consistent status bar.
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I still like the features of Clean Status Bar.
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Process engineer in industrial manufacturing and Android developer during my free time.
Waza_be is the name of my Android development company and this page is reflecting my Android work and passion.
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