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    Hi gabanz

    I understand your frustration & I do see your point of view. However, I do not share it.

    The "problems" you outline are due in no small part with a lack of experience/familiarity with Android devices. To be honest, it looks to me that you only have a basic grasp of Android & that you have expectations, which in all honesty, have no foundation in the actual state of the Android OS.

    Here's some cold, hard facts...
    1) Android devices can be cheap. The OS is Open Source (aka free). This is the reason you have bought it.
    2) Apps2SD has ALWAYS been unreliable - ALWAYS
    3) Asus are the only mainstream OEM to historically use almost native Android.
    4) If you want to own a device that tracks the updates to Android, you must buy a Google Nexus device.
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    not alone

    Quote Originally Posted by janner43 View Post
    The "problems" you outline are due in no small part with a lack of experience/familiarity with Android devices.
    Thank you for your frankness.

    I may be what you say, but I am not "alone".

    Others say:

    by rovex:
    "Or we had with 4.4 and Google rushed out 4.4.1 and .2 to make it usable."
    7 months ago

    (and) ...DJCBS:
    "About time they fixed the !!*t they did on 4.4.
    And no, Jerry, OEMs shouldn't move away from SD cards. And no, Microsoft did NOT move away from it, on the contrary. Most WP devices now come with SD card and Windows Phone 8.1 allows users to move apps and games INTO the SD card.
    Google is, from what I understood, half-way there. Good. Better [Android 5.0] this than the crap they did on 4.4."
    Android 5.0 Lollipop changes the way your SD card works ? and that's a good thing | Android Central

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    The lack of after-sale support from manufacturers and carriers has been widely criticized by consumer groups and the technology media.[102][103] Some commentators have noted that the industry has a financial incentive not to upgrade their devices, as the lack of updates for existing devices fuels the purchase of newer ones,[104] an attitude described as "insulting".[103] The Guardian has complained that the method of distribution for updates is complicated only because manufacturers and carriers have designed it that way.[103]
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Androi...rating_system)

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    And your point is...???

    1) You cannot compare Windows OS with Android. Neither can you compare chalk and cheese.
    2) Opinions published in the Guardian do not make those opinions correct.
    3) Most technology writers in the media are at best uninformed & inexperienced and are at worst sensationalist. I should know, I worked in a Senior Management role for one of the largest newsprint media companies in the UK.

    I am no apologist for or defender of Google or Android. In fact I no longer use Android devices daily due in no small part to the well trailed & publicised changes that have happened to Android from 4.2 onwards. Why? Well in my view for what I want, the OS is now just as restrictive as iOS but not as well crafted, robust, reliable or secure. So we have switched to iPhones & iPads. We also use a Chromebook & Google Apps for Business.

    In other words, just because you and others don't like the way Android has developed or OEMS implement it, that doesn't mean those directions or actions are wrong in & of themselves. If you prefer Windows - buy it. If iOS - buy Apple. To cite "poverty" as a reason for not buying a particular type of technology when you are clearly educated, informed, erudite and well read is, quite frankly, disingenuous.

    All the best with your future purchases and choices

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