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    Article: ANDROID 101: Get The Most Out of Your Droid

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    Good stuff for the beginners on Android.

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    I think so. Thanks BHP.

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    Wow the Android really seems like you can almost customize and do anything you want. I'm seriously considering giving it a go. I just have to decide on a phone. I'm with Rogers and there's not a lot to pick from. Most people are telling me to wait for the Nexus Prime. Thanks for the great arcticle.....

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    The Nexus Prime will be the cherrry on top...
    But, any Android will give you these options. They are built into the OS.

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    And this is the stuff that android lets you do. For further customization you can add apps like golauncher and any number of Widgets. There's an app that allows you to create folders and add them as Widgets to your homescreen, and anytime you dl something it gives a notification so you can add it to a folder easily.

    If you root, well there are even more fun things, but I'll save that for del :-)

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    Y'know, I've rooted and unrooted both of mine. The Sensation and the SII. And I've done this a few times. It's fun.
    And then when I come back to the standard features, I still haven´t lost any of the important options that I like. This is Android.
    Whether it's rooted or not, the virtues are all there. Unlike the JB'd iPhone. Once you go back to standard, you've lost all.

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    Almost all. The only reason I remain rooted anymore is the hotspot.

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