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    I have my palm pre like 7 months allready and i really like it with all the tweaks and apps , but my brother have boost and he's looking for a really phone and he's thinking in two options iphone or droid ...i ask him why not the pre? and he respond me...noppp because the pre looks like a toy and the pixi too girly!!!!..sucksss huh!
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    Your brother has his opinion on getting his own phone. No problems with that. Wish him luck with his new phone.
    Achill3s' Palm Pre: Modded and patched to death!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Achill3s View Post
    Your brother has his opinion on getting his own phone. No problems with that. Wish him luck with his new phone.
    what really bored me is not his choice... is how the people think about the pre !
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    Quote Originally Posted by SISGO View Post
    what really bored me is not his choice... is how the people think about the pre !
    I wish I hadn't bought the Pre and went with the iPhone. Not enough interesting or useful apps, accessories are impossible to find in stores, and the endless updates and resets are ridiculous. Oh well, I'm stuck with it now, on my first replacement (refurb with stick keyboard buttons) due to all the problems, but hindsight is always 20/20.
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    your not "stuck" with it. Buy another phone...if you need the subsidy let this be a lesson on how to use a 30 day return policy properly.
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    Quote Originally Posted by steves743 View Post
    I wish I hadn't bought the Pre and went with the iPhone. Not enough interesting or useful apps, accessories are impossible to find in stores, and the endless updates and resets are ridiculous. Oh well, I'm stuck with it now, on my first replacement (refurb with stick keyboard buttons) due to all the problems, but hindsight is always 20/20.
    I've been thinking like you ...But if u remember the iphone start like the pre with not much interesting after 2 years !
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    Quote Originally Posted by SISGO View Post
    what really bored me is not his choice... is how the people think about the pre !
    Your brother thinks that about the Pre (Pixi is a feminine phone). Others don't think that about the Pre. I think the iphone is overpriced and has a fragile as a dainty girl display. The Droid is just an Android system that is currently the "it" phone which will wear off once the "new" factor gets old.

    My biggest complaint with the Pre is the lack of HW robustness but the OS on it is the best around.
    Achill3s' Palm Pre: Modded and patched to death!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by mrloserpunk View Post
    your not "stuck" with it. Buy another phone...if you need the subsidy let this be a lesson on how to use a 30 day return policy properly.
    People who bought the phone on day one can't make a decision based on a brand new phone within 30 days. Most early adopters hope for the best, but when you find out the ugly truth, it's 6 months later.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Elysian893 View Post
    People who bought the phone on day one can't make a decision based on a brand new phone within 30 days. Most early adopters hope for the best, but when you find out the ugly truth, it's 6 months later.
    thats truth!...and is when you cant take a step back and keep it until you can upgrade to a different one!
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    You're absolutely right. Seriously considering the switch, and selling it on Ebay.
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    Quote Originally Posted by steves743 View Post
    You're absolutely right. Seriously considering the switch, and selling it on Ebay.
    Try Craigslist first, I've already gotten 1 call today for mine, but the guy for some reason thought it'd be a GSM Pre...
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    Sounds like the Pre is not the phone for you. Good luck in your search for a diff phone!
    Achill3s' Palm Pre: Modded and patched to death!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by mrloserpunk View Post
    your not "stuck" with it. Buy another phone...if you need the subsidy let this be a lesson on how to use a 30 day return policy properly.
    I actually did that, and switched back to my Centro which I loved. Interestingly, my Centro fried within 24 hours of reactivating. Hmmm....
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    How to Use

    1.Download this software Click here and install it. You can know more about it by referring
    here.



    2.Insert the DVD you'd like to convert to your computer's DVD drive.



    3. Click 'File' menu and 'Open DVD', or directly hit 'Open DVD' button to load the DVD. Set the profile to be iPhone 480*320 mpeg-4 video which is the default DVD video quality.
    4. Click around in the DVD's menu to set up DVD playback as you like, select the subtitle and audio sound tracks etc, then begin to play the movie through the software by click the play button.
    5. The following window will pop up. Here, you can rename 'Title Name', set 'Save Path' and output quality, then click 'Yes' button to start ripping DVD to iPhone MP4 or iPhone H264 video from the point that the movie starts. That is all. Just so easy!



    If you'd like to record from certain time point, or want to change some parameters like 'output format', 'video bitrates', 'frame rate', 'audio bitrates', please click 'No' button to close the window.
    Optional parameters settings
    *Select subtitles and languages
    Click 'Subtitle' or 'Audio Track' in the 'Setting' menu, choose the related value you like.
    *Set output formats
    Choose the target file format from 'Profile'. The software supports converting DVD to iPhone 480*320 MP4 video,iPod MP4 video, iPod h264 video, MP3 audio.


    *Set the start time to convert
    Use the video playback controls to queue up the point at which you want to start ripping. Or click 'Setting -> Go to' and jump to previous/next chapter.
    *More parameters
    Click 'Setting -> Output video settings', here you can choose different profile, video/audio bitrates, video size, disable video/audio, aspect ratio, frame/sample rate, etc.
    If you are not familiar with these options, please view the descriptions listed at the bottom of the window. *Crop/cut&Resize the movie
    If you want to make the widescreen dvd(16:9) to be outputted as fullscreen(4:3) video, you can use the crop function.
    Set Crop to "Crop both black bands" and resize to be "stretch to full screen" if you don't need to keep the subtitle.
    Set crop to "Crop the upper black band" so you can keep the subtitle in the down black band.

    *Direct/batch conversion
    If you want to rip you DVD movie into one whole file, please use the direct ripping mode described above.
    If you want to rip your DVD by chapters to into separated output files (for example your music DVDs, TV Episode DVDs), you can use the batch conversion rip mode, just ticket out the titles you want to convert and click convert.
    You can switch this two modes by clicking on the mode-Direct&Batch.

    6. Hit 'Convert' button, choose the recording time point and quality, then click 'Yes' to begin to convert DVD to iPhone video or audio quickly.
    7. After ripping, transfer the converted files to iTunes, and then sync to iPhone.
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    If you want to make the widescreen dvd(16:9) to be outputted as fullscreen(4:3) video, you can use the crop function.
    Set Crop to "Crop both black bands" and resize to be "stretch to full screen" if you don't need to keep the subtitle.
    Set crop to "Crop the upper black band" so you can keep the subtitle in the down black band.

    *Direct/batch conversion
    If you want to rip you DVD movie into one whole file, please use the direct ripping mode described above.
    If you want to rip your DVD by chapters to into separated output files (for example your music DVDs, TV Episode DVDs), you can use the batch conversion rip mode, just ticket out the titles you want to convert and click convert.
    You can switch this two modes by clicking on the mode-Direct&Batch.

    6. Hit 'Convert' button, choose the recording time point and quality, then click 'Yes' to begin to convert DVD to iPhone video or audio quickly.
    7. After ripping, transfer the converted files to iTunes, and then sync to iPhone.

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