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    Note 5, Note 4, HTC One m8, LG G2, Nexus 4, Nexus 9, Chromecast,

    I called Google Device Support the other day, and asked about the possibility of Modem/Radio within the Nexus 7 3G.. and The CSR answer was "No you can not plug a Phone Cord or Ethernet cable into the device, and if you want to listen to the radio you must download a 3rd Party App or Try our Google Music service, but it's not a radio" - Couldn't help but laugh uncontrollably for 10min straight. ~UberSlackr


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  • Last Activity: 2nd October 2017 06:47 PM
  • Last Login: 1st January 1970 12:00 AM
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Have you checked your Google Voice settings? In the browser, after logging into Google Voice, go to settings. Under "Calls" look for "Caller ID (outgoing)" and make sure "Display my Google Voice number" is selected. Not sure why this option is un...
The packaging is fancy, install is pretty straight forward... but all the means nothing if the screen protector doesn't cover the whole screen, nor adhere to it either. There is about 1-2 mm on both sides that is left uncovered by the screen prote...
My main question is has anyone in las Vegas or Kansas tried using the T-Mobile LTE and if so dies it work and what speeds are you getting????? Also I have read that 4.2.2 takes away that hack is this true???? Sent from my Nexus 7 using Tapatalk...
I plugged my n4. Thru USB to my ps3 but its not picking it up.... Is there a way to don't this because I'm trying to add my music to my ps3 plus some pics....any help would be appreciated Sent from my Nexus 4 using xda premium Try the Media Se...
Wouldn't it make more sense to try and use the back heartbeat sensor as a method to unlock instead of getting finger prints all over your camera? Like rhythmic tap on heartbeat sensor or something...