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DBPie [0.0.4a][4.1+][Alpha][6/22/2014]

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By aeppacher, Senior Member on 19th June 2014, 07:16 AM
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4th February 2015, 07:55 AM |#81  
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Hope you come back in the future. As for reading instructions, xda isn't exactly designed to help. A few suggestions if you do pick this up again.

1. When first enabled/installed, pop up a 1 page dialog with simple instructions on how to setup & use the app.
2. Something that works simple, fast, & consistently is better than something with lots of features only a few people use.

Remember a well designed app includes well thought-out usability. Nobody wants read a complicated user manual.
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4th February 2015, 01:04 PM |#82  
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So less features but you want me to build in a demo dialog when its in alpha. Also best advice I have ever heard. "Just make it more stable, fast, and simple next time"

Exact reason why I quit this
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