62 posts • joined Monday 7th September 2009 23:33 GMT
Setting default apps
"> Any link in email or another app therefore opens in Safari, even when Chrome is present.
The Android approach is to present the user a choice every time a relevant link or file is tapped... ie, click a link, and asked which browser to use. Is there any way to set a 'default action' in Android?"
Either click the checkbox for "always use" or click the "always use" or "this time only" button, depending on how old a verzion of Android you're using. IIRC the latter method is valid for ICS and later.
Re: Look, lets sort this out...
Now that's a reality show I'd actually watch.
"Agreed - 4/1 come late this year? It's not like we've never seen boffins pulling our collective legs before after all..."
What does the 4th of January have to do with anything?
Re: RAM issue
Jelly Bean (in the form of CyanogenMod 10) runs quite nicely on my creaky old Galaxy S.
Re: Dear Tim Cook,
Anyone who's been using Apple kit for any length of time knows that you never buy any 1st gen Apple device anyway; you always wait for rev.2 kit.
Re: hope it's true
No need to queue overnight if Ebuyer send them out a week early again like they did with the N7.
Re: Preaching to the wrong crowd...
“Print is dead!”
Thank you, Dr Spengler.
“…their two penneth worth…”
Brought to you by the Department for Redundancy Department.
Are you 12 years old or something?
Re: "Soon" ?
Flash may be back, but it’s not available for devices running Jelly Bean.
Re: google groupies, hankies to the ready!
Didn’t have the balls to post under your username then?
Re: I'm beginning to like the BOFH solution
"We take representatives from Apple and Samsung, and while we're at it, representatives from the Patent office and other litigious patent holders. We lock them in a room with a half brick each and declare the last man standing as the winner…”
…and then engage the halon system.
Oh fuck off, Apple!
(posted from my MacBook)
Yes, I've been playing with it (ooo-err!) for a couple of hours now. It's definitely an improvement over Honeycomb. The stock browser is much better and scrolls nicely without the annoying tiling that the HC browser does. The typing lag in the browser seems to be gone as well. Overall, it's a great update.
"although when my Virgin connection was down last week I couldn't even watch pre-recorded tv"
Actually you can. Rather than pressing "OK on a programme in your recordings (which, as you've found, doesn't work as it can't bring up the info page to play the programme) just highlight the programme and press "Play" and it'll play just fine.
Difference in running time
Probably due to the BD versions being 24fps and the PAL DVDs being 25fps.
That is all.
Re: Kindle Feedback
Yes I did. Here's the reply I received:
Thanks for writing about the Screen saver pictures on Kindle 3.
We're regularly working on improvements to your Kindle experience. I've let the Kindle team know you're interested in loading custom standby pictures to kindle 3 in the future.
Customer feedback like yours helps us continue to improve the service we provide, and we're glad you took time to write to us. The Kindle Team will carefully review your suggestions.
Thanks for your interest in Kindle.
Meant to add a second link. This is the thread where the cause of the problem was identified, with pics to show what's happening. See page 8 onwards for pics.
SD picture problems
Going from the posts on the VM forums it seems that the SD upscaling problems are due to TiVo assuming that PAL SD broadcasts are interlaced in the same order as NTSC ones, so the line order is swapped. VM have stated that they're waiting for a firmware update to fix the issue.
Reply from Steve Jobs
You're reading it wrong.
Sent from my iPhone
I must be one of the lucky ones…
So far Safari 5 has behaved impeccably for me. Still haven't decided if it's worth switching permanently from Firefox yet but I'm willing to give it a few more days (mind you, if it hadn't been for the quick appearance of an AdBlock extension I'd be back on Firefox already).
"It's probably a good time to remind you all that I seek and destroy all comments including the word 'sheeple'."
So does that means you'll have to zap your own post? Oh and then this one. *headsplode*
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