Welcome to the site! Please post an introduction thread.
This is a discussion on Welcome to the site! Please post an introduction thread. within the Nexus One Introductions forums, part of the Nexus One category; Dear chadikins & Abuli,
A Warm Welcome to the N1F!
Chadikins - There will be others who will tell you otherwise... but i say - ...
08-09-2010, 05:10 AM
Welcome to Freedom!
Dear chadikins & Abuli,
A Warm Welcome to the N1F!
Chadikins - There will be others who will tell you otherwise... but i say - DON'T Root (unless you're smarter than Google)... but Hey that's just me!
Originally Posted by chadikins
Abuli - You will not tire us out... This is a PROMISE from all of us- as long as you ask NEW & intelligent questions...
Originally Posted by abuli
Please make use of the "Search" Button on top of the page, to see if someone has already answered your questions...
Complaints - well... we'll try and solve your issues as best we can
And don't worry about your English!
Welcome once again!
08-14-2010, 11:40 AM
Hey Ladies and Gents.
My name is Jonny im from Toronto, Canada and Android (Nexus One) changed my life!!!!
08-17-2010, 12:57 AM
Welcome aboard, Jonny!
We're Glad you found your way here!
I'm sure you'll find this to be a very friendly and helpful community, for both noobs to Android and experienced users. Feel free to pitch in with any questions you may have, or any advice you may have for others.
P.S. - Apologies for the tardiness of our N1F welcome :D
Originally Posted by jonny6056
08-17-2010, 01:52 AM
Apologies, indeed! Welcome, jonny...we hope you find the time you spend here to be rewarding.
08-17-2010, 07:42 AM
Hi. I'm Rolando. I had bought a Nexus One previously but the customs people stole it on it's way to Mexico City. Decided later to get a replacement because I was quite bothered and more like to counter the experience. This is the first phone change after 5 years from and HP Ipaq. It seems to do all that was stated, but I need to figure out some problems. First it seems to have gobbled up my credit when the 3G was turned on. Something to do with WEP or WAP or some Internet being turned on and using up credit. Chose the only 2G option for now, but still seems to gobble up my credit. I use prepaid. I'm also looking to see if Skype can be used when in WiFi service. It sincs really nicely with Picasa albums and started to update the OS on its own. Seems like a great phone and toy. Hello to all phonaholics here and have a fun day.
08-18-2010, 12:58 AM
Hi Rolando, Welcome to the N1F,
You'll find that we're a helpful bunch here,
And this forum has a wide range of members, from rank amateurs (like myself) to Gizmo Gods (like SliceBurgSlim)
Regarding your problem, I suggest doing a search for threads on Data Usage.
Your phone data usage might be high for a short period , as your N1 is brand new and Froyo is configuring/customising/syncing itself to suit your needs.
Personally, i think you might need to use one of the many Apps to Monitor your data usage and disable your APN (DATA) Connection after you reach your limit...
FYI - Froyo 2.2 will use about 5Mb of data, updating stuff in the background (like contacts, email, calendar, tasks, etc) every day...
I suggest moving a to an unlimited data plan, to fully enjoy your N1...
and a search on this forum for threads on Data Usage.
Welcome once again!
Originally Posted by rolandomf
08-18-2010, 05:54 AM
Many thanks for the welcome and help.
I'm using the N1 basically with WiFi for all data exchange and cellphone service only for calls. This is practical for me and much cheaper here. Data plans in Mexico can be very expensive.
In installed a Quick Settings app where I can turn off data use and this seems to work. I'm still uncertain if I can turn 3G on and have data use off, to help voice calls only with the 3G. In any case, my studying is paying off.
It's a very neat phone and the sincing with contacts in Google, photos in Picasa and auto update of the OS is great.
Visit some photos:
Thanks again to all. Have an excellent day.
Originally Posted by aseems
08-20-2010, 04:47 PM
Hi, i'm Yupri from Indonesia. I've been having nexus one for 4 months, and i love it. It gave me an amazing android experience. Hope i can learn one or two things from you guys at this forum. Sorry for my 'not that good' english. Have a nice day..
08-21-2010, 09:10 AM
Hi! I'm from a Small but Beautiful country----Singapore.Just got my Nexus One 2 mth ago,before that I'm using HTC--G1.Why I call myself "ScaryNexus"?because after read through all threads regarding rooting n flashing rom,today I try to flash my Nexus,this is my first time doing this,and the whole process is so scary,2 times fail to boot up,just stay at the "X".Luckily,the third time reflash,it finally boot up.
Here,I wanted to thank the developer from"CyanogenMod","Rom Manager" n "Titanium Backup"for their wonderful software,let us have a wonderful phone.
Please give them support and buy the software.Thanks
08-21-2010, 09:40 PM
Hi from Robby
I'm Robby from Maryland, US. I got my Nexus One almost a month ago directly from Google just before Google closed its Nexus One online store . I use this phone mainly for the PMP features to replace my iPod Touch. The only feature that I don't like is the audio recording feature. I'm a college student and often use my iPod Touch with an external microphone to record lectures. I thought that Nexus One could do the same. Apparently, it stops recording as soon as I shut the screen down. Other than that, I'm very happy with my Nexus One.