General Chat Thread, iPhone 3GS vs. HTC Desire in General; Good choice with the desire! I really wanna get the desire im stuck with my TouchHD for a while! Android ...
20th April 2010, 07:45 PM #46
Good choice with the desire! I really wanna get the desire im stuck with my TouchHD for a while! Android has been booted quite a few times though through Haret All it does though is make me want Android more though! It even runs faster than WinMo
As for iTunes to non DRM the only way I have seen is CD-rw and re-ripped! So tedious! I have seen a program which makes a virtual burner and copies the tracks and re-rips them automatically. I will search for it as I can't remember the name!
21st April 2010, 08:13 AM #47
21st April 2010, 01:25 PM #48
Just ordered the HTC Desire: 900 minutes, unlimited texts, unlimited internet, £30 a month and the phone was free, can't wait to get my mits on it
21st April 2010, 01:56 PM #49
I'm going to change my mind and get an iPhone. Official: Apple iPhone is a chick magnet
21st April 2010, 02:04 PM #50
LOL I've just been emailed that link, you've got to give HTC time to hit the mainstream more that's all :P
Originally Posted by webman
21st December 2010, 08:37 AM #51
It sounds you're making comparison of both cell phones. Apple iPhone 4, I'd say, has come up with many great fascinating features. It is the best smart phone in the market.
If you love photos, videos, colors, then no doubt iPhone 4 would be simply the best phone for you. It does not stick you into battery time(HTC is not good at battery timing)
BUT if you like to have awesome features like larger screen, double flash light, freedom of android etc, then HTC would be suitable for you.
21st December 2010, 09:05 AM #52
Got one myself, not a mobile kind of person till I got it and now...I use it for everything, would be lost without it! Find it so usefull at work, notes, wi-fi, satnav, etc, etc. More a personal assistant than a phone! Think you can tell I'm smitten! (Only downside is battery life if youhave the GPS on but then its usually for the sat nav and I just plug it in to the car to get around that problem)
Originally Posted by LosOjos
21st December 2010, 09:08 AM #53
Requiem v1.9.8 + iTunes v10.0 will preserve the metadata and audio quality since the conversion process is 100% lossless. It's also worth mentioning that the program Fafster linked to will only work with much older versions of iTunes (< v7.5.0).
Originally Posted by tmcd35
7th January 2011, 11:38 AM #54
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