I hate an Android phone

I will be getting a new phone soon maybe tommorow.
I cracked the screen on my ultra Note 20 about week ago and have been using an old Galaxy S9+ in the meantime

I will get either a ZFold5 or Ultra Note 24 that will be released tommorow.

In a perfect world I would go with the Z Fold 5 for the huge screen size. I am just concerned about the hinge and moving parts durabilty. But it would great for the best viewing with the screen size.

The Ultra Note 24 set to release tommorow has the latest and greatest updates available in a titanium case and still weighs a gram less than the 23. Should be very durable in OtterBox case.

I am going back and forth, flip flopping like a politician on deciding which of the two to buy. I will want to get about 3 years out of the phone and be going with at least 512gb of storage.

Would be intersted on reading the thoughts of others on the two options.
Wish I could help you on which to get. I purchased Samsung phones for many years before getting an iphone a little over a year ago. Heck, they were giving them away with the trade in of an old phone. So, I traded in my Samsung on the iPhone. Big mistake. I can't wait until I'm in your position again where I'm deciding which Samsung model to purchase. Whatever you decide, you've already made the right choice by going Samsung.
 
Wish I could help you on which to get. I purchased Samsung phones for many years before getting an iphone a little over a year ago. Heck, they were giving them away with the trade in of an old phone. So, I traded in my Samsung on the iPhone. Big mistake. I can't wait until I'm in your position again where I'm deciding which Samsung model to purchase. Whatever you decide, you've already made the right choice by going Samsung.
I am about 99% sure I will be buying the new Ultra 24, probably will do it today. It is the biggest non folding screen avalible and has the pen, too It was just introduced or released yesterday.

I like the form factor or Titanium case for the durability. It has some AI assisted type of features as well but I usually dont expect much from a fiirst generation type of technology, and they are going to provide that with some updates to few other current devices, I dont think it is limited to just the new 24s.. There will probably be a learning curve at least for me with all that as well.
I just wish it had a SD Card slot but it doesn't but I should be okay with the 512 gbs storage

But it probably wil not arrive until Jan 31 due to being a new release.
 
I am about 99% sure I will be buying the new Ultra 24, probably will do it today. It is the biggest non folding screen avalible and has the pen, too It was just introduced or released yesterday.

I like the form factor or Titanium case for the durability. It has some AI assisted type of features as well but I usually dont expect much from a fiirst generation type of technology, and they are going to provide that with some updates to few other current devices, I dont think it is limited to just the new 24s.. There will probably be a learning curve at least for me with all that as well.
I just wish it had a SD Card slot but it doesn't but I should be okay with the 512 gbs storage

But it probably wil not arrive until Jan 31 due to being a new release.
That would have been my choice. The largest non-foldable.
 
That would have been my choice. The largest non-foldable.
It has been ordered. This is the first time I have ever ordered like this, previously. I would just go to best buy for an unlocked smartphone months after the introduction or release.

Aside from being a customer I am not affiliated with Samsung in anyway or know anyone that is, but I think this is the best way to order. I wish I had known about buying this way previously I am getting it almost immediately after the introduction, a good trade in on my very old S9 and a free pair of noise cancelling earbuds as well.

At $1099 I think paid almost as much for the old S9+ with an additional case back in the day and a lot more for the Note Ultra 20 almost three years ago (cracked the screen on that one).

I have a credit with best buy that will pay for a new otterbox for the 24, so I am good to go, just waiting for it to arrive sometime around the end of the month.
 
The phone is currently enroute,, UPS will deliver on Friday the 26th, five days ahead of schedule.

I am looking forward to it, the old S9+ i am using seems like a dinosaur and I miss the ultra screen size.

If I can track it, I will try to pick it up a day early on thursday.
 
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Enjoy your Ishiet conceit. I am not crusading to change anyone.

I have talked with a few unhappy converts that hated their IPhones and couldnt wait to get their hands back on an Android. I am happy with my choice.

I do like Apples Navigation better but my wife already has an Iphone that we can use for that.
 
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Funny, I would say it's the opposite.

Your average iPhone user is just a sheep, and completely ignorant to all of the iPhone's shortcomings simply because they don't know any better. They don't realize how much better it could be.

I've had both and I'm pretty tech savvy.

For me, it comes down to: an iPhone is an iPhone. An iPhone works consistently every time you use it, and it's simple to use and navigate. The one thing I DON'T understand is how the Android cult gets older people or less tech-savvy people to go get an Android when the iPhone is objectively easier to use. It reminds me of when I worked IT and the rest of the people would try to get average people to let them install Linux, when all that average person needed was Windows XP or Windows Vista.

The other thing I have told people who thought about switching to iPhone is not to, because if you're used to Android, you're best to stick with it.

I remember getting the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 when it first came out. It had a ton of features that iPhones didn't have until years later. After playing with them once or twice, I used approximately none of them. The only one Samsung had that Apple doesn't was actually introduced by Microsoft with their Lumia phones.

Microsoft Windows is, by far, the best mobile operating system I've ever used.

I like the way an iPhone functions much better. It's consistent, every time. It's simple. The user experience hasn't changed in many, many, many years. And they're generally much more secure.
 
I've had both and I'm pretty tech savvy.

For me, it comes down to: an iPhone is an iPhone. An iPhone works consistently every time you use it, and it's simple to use and navigate. The one thing I DON'T understand is how the Android cult gets older people or less tech-savvy people to go get an Android when the iPhone is objectively easier to use. It reminds me of when I worked IT and the rest of the people would try to get average people to let them install Linux, when all that average person needed was Windows XP or Windows Vista.

The other thing I have told people who thought about switching to iPhone is not to, because if you're used to Android, you're best to stick with it.

I remember getting the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 when it first came out. It had a ton of features that iPhones didn't have until years later. After playing with them once or twice, I used approximately none of them. The only one Samsung had that Apple doesn't was actually introduced by Microsoft with their Lumia phones.

Microsoft Windows is, by far, the best mobile operating system I've ever used.

I like the way an iPhone functions much better. It's consistent, every time. It's simple. The user experience hasn't changed in many, many, many years. And they're generally much more secure.

I use both an Android (personal) and iPhone (business) every single day, and have for the last eight years. I've posted this before, but I'll share it again....

Just off the top of my head, these are some of the things that annoy me the most……



Apple’s keyboard is beyond terrible. Typing/texting takes so much longer than it should. There are times when I try and “backspace” and it deletes the entire word instead of the last letter. Need to go back and edit a word somewhere? You can’t just touch it, you have to hold the spacebar to locate that word with the “cursor” or whatever it’s called. Swype is so inaccurate it’s completely useless. Talk-to-text is just as bad. Autocorrect sucks. I can type a paragraph without errors on my Android phone MUCH faster.



Some of the iphone’s most basic concepts, like the gesture for swiping the screen to locate the notifications tab or recent windows/apps, requires pinpoint precision and frequently multiple attempts in order to function. Never an issue on my Android because the design is much better thought out.



No back button always has and always will annoy me. Not a problem with Android.



Apple’s process to change settings for the most simple tasks is cumbersome. Way too many steps, not nearly as accessible as they should be. It’s extremely quick and efficient with Android. The layout of the menus just makes sense and everything is easy to find.



Many times I will try and silence an incoming call and end up taking a screenshot because of the iphone’s button layout/assignment. Also will take random pictures because the camera app opens when you are fumbling around with the phone in your pocket or whatever. Never had these problems with any Android.



I can’t tell you how many times my iphone calls someone by mistake because the person I’m talking to hangs up a split second before me. As I go to press the “end call” icon, the call screen instantly disappears, frequently reverting back to the recent call list and ends up calling whoever was on that part of the screen when I went to touch the icon. On my Android, the “call ended” display holds on the screen for a couple seconds to avoid this.



Every time I try and listen to a voicemail, it pauses after the first couple seconds and I need to hit play again. Works flawless on Android.



Most people who love Apple and hate Android just don’t know any better because they are used to the terrible interface of their iphones and have no idea what they are missing and how much better it could be. They probably judge Android from their experience with a POS Samsung Galaxy S2 a decade ago and think all Android phones are still buggy with no battery life. Take it from someone who uses both phones every single day (iphone 12 at work, LG G8 for personal use)…..the Android phone functions 50x better, in my opinion. Every aspect of a phone, the difference is night and day. My G8 does literally everything better (and costs wayyyy less money).
 
I use both an Android (personal) and iPhone (business) every single day, and have for the last eight years. I've posted this before, but I'll share it again....

Just off the top of my head, these are some of the things that annoy me the most……



Apple’s keyboard is beyond terrible. Typing/texting takes so much longer than it should. There are times when I try and “backspace” and it deletes the entire word instead of the last letter. Need to go back and edit a word somewhere? You can’t just touch it, you have to hold the spacebar to locate that word with the “cursor” or whatever it’s called. Swype is so inaccurate it’s completely useless. Talk-to-text is just as bad. Autocorrect sucks. I can type a paragraph without errors on my Android phone MUCH faster.



Some of the iphone’s most basic concepts, like the gesture for swiping the screen to locate the notifications tab or recent windows/apps, requires pinpoint precision and frequently multiple attempts in order to function. Never an issue on my Android because the design is much better thought out.



No back button always has and always will annoy me. Not a problem with Android.



Apple’s process to change settings for the most simple tasks is cumbersome. Way too many steps, not nearly as accessible as they should be. It’s extremely quick and efficient with Android. The layout of the menus just makes sense and everything is easy to find.



Many times I will try and silence an incoming call and end up taking a screenshot because of the iphone’s button layout/assignment. Also will take random pictures because the camera app opens when you are fumbling around with the phone in your pocket or whatever. Never had these problems with any Android.



I can’t tell you how many times my iphone calls someone by mistake because the person I’m talking to hangs up a split second before me. As I go to press the “end call” icon, the call screen instantly disappears, frequently reverting back to the recent call list and ends up calling whoever was on that part of the screen when I went to touch the icon. On my Android, the “call ended” display holds on the screen for a couple seconds to avoid this.



Every time I try and listen to a voicemail, it pauses after the first couple seconds and I need to hit play again. Works flawless on Android.



Most people who love Apple and hate Android just don’t know any better because they are used to the terrible interface of their iphones and have no idea what they are missing and how much better it could be. They probably judge Android from their experience with a POS Samsung Galaxy S2 a decade ago and think all Android phones are still buggy with no battery life. Take it from someone who uses both phones every single day (iphone 12 at work, LG G8 for personal use)…..the Android phone functions 50x better, in my opinion. Every aspect of a phone, the difference is night and day. My G8 does literally everything better (and costs wayyyy less money).

Every Android phone I've ever had (LG Optimus, Samsung Galaxy Prime, Samsung Galaxy Note 3, Samsung Galaxy Note 8) were buggy and inconsistent. The apps frequently crashed, the performance was never the same. There was a lot more lag and such.

Typing, my experience is that whatever the first smartphone someone has is what ends up "typing" better than them. And it doesn't even matter because you can get add-on keyboards. The best keyboard I've used for smartphones is the SwiftKey app ... by MICROSOFT.

Battery life ... just no comparison in my experiences between Android and Apple. Apple is far, far, far superior in this regard in my experiences.

Voicemail, again, for me, Apple is exponentially better. With Android, I ended up having to download AT&T's app because the native voicemail app sucked so bad. I don't even have to listen to voicemail on an iPhone because of the live VM and the text things.

I've never had a problem accepting phone calls or such on an iPhone. Your experience comes down to being used to Android and thinking iPhone's are inferior because you're used to another OS. I have had Android phones freeze up on me when the phone rings and I've not been able to answer.

Some of your grievances about menus and navigation are negated by the fact that, all you have to do is pull down and start typing for whatever setting you're trying to do and iPhone will pull it up. Whenever I'm trying to help my boss with his Samsung Galaxy, I actually do have to navigate menus and such. And it's easier to pull down and get to your settings and other things with the iPhone.

In other words, my experiences are the exact opposite of yours. In every way, shape and form, for me, the iPhone is a vastly superior experience than Android.

In fact, the biggest reason Android was a letdown was because, when I had to switch from Microsoft to Android, I really expected Android to be better than it was. I stuck it out with Android for the better part of seven years (except when I had the far superior Windows Phone) and I finally couldn't take it anymore and switched back to iPhone.
 
Every Android phone I've ever had (LG Optimus, Samsung Galaxy Prime, Samsung Galaxy Note 3, Samsung Galaxy Note 8) were buggy and inconsistent. The apps frequently crashed, the performance was never the same. There was a lot more lag and such.

Typing, my experience is that whatever the first smartphone someone has is what ends up "typing" better than them. And it doesn't even matter because you can get add-on keyboards. The best keyboard I've used for smartphones is the SwiftKey app ... by MICROSOFT.

Battery life ... just no comparison in my experiences between Android and Apple. Apple is far, far, far superior in this regard in my experiences.

Voicemail, again, for me, Apple is exponentially better. With Android, I ended up having to download AT&T's app because the native voicemail app sucked so bad. I don't even have to listen to voicemail on an iPhone because of the live VM and the text things.

I've never had a problem accepting phone calls or such on an iPhone. Your experience comes down to being used to Android and thinking iPhone's are inferior because you're used to another OS. I have had Android phones freeze up on me when the phone rings and I've not been able to answer.

Some of your grievances about menus and navigation are negated by the fact that, all you have to do is pull down and start typing for whatever setting you're trying to do and iPhone will pull it up. Whenever I'm trying to help my boss with his Samsung Galaxy, I actually do have to navigate menus and such. And it's easier to pull down and get to your settings and other things with the iPhone.

In other words, my experiences are the exact opposite of yours. In every way, shape and form, for me, the iPhone is a vastly superior experience than Android.

In fact, the biggest reason Android was a letdown was because, when I had to switch from Microsoft to Android, I really expected Android to be better than it was. I stuck it out with Android for the better part of seven years (except when I had the far superior Windows Phone) and I finally couldn't take it anymore and switched back to iPhone.

Most of those phones you mentioned are 10 years old and there are so many variations of good and bad phones with Android software, it's hard to compare apples to apples. It's like saying you hate the Chevrolet Corvette because you had a bad experience with your Chevrolet Cruze. And if your Android phones were buggy, blame the bloatware installed by the carrier. Easy to remove, unlike an iphone where you can't really customize or modify anything.

No matter what keyboard you select, I can type/text wayyyyy faster on my Android regardless of whatever method I choose. I can send a text 10x faster than anyone I know with an iphone. Even beyond the layout and interface, iphone screens are just too small. I strongly prefer the larger screen you get with most Android phones.

Battery life, yes the iphone is good, but my LG phones have been just as good.

My "experience" has nothing to do with being used to Android. The iphone is a flawed and clunky design compared to my LG, and I can say this because I'm used to both. In fact I'm actually forced to use the iphone MORE because it's my work phone and I'm constantly needing to perform work related tasks on it ~40 hours a week.

VM, again, Android allows the option to customize and use whatever app you want, just like texting or anything else. Don't like the factory messaging? OK, download Textra or any of the third party apps from the play store.

You can search just as fast, no, actually faster, for a setting (or anything else) on an Android. A simple search function isn't exclusive to Apple products.

My fiancé is an iphone person, simply because that's all she has ever had. She just had to get an iphone 15 because her 14 had been having issues since it was brand new. It would occasionally disconnect from wifi or the network at random times, and eventually got to the point where it wouldn't even recognize the SIM card. The Apple "geniuses" told her it had a defective motherboard. My point is that buggy or defective phones are not exclusive to one company or the other.

When we take pictures, she wants to use my 5-year-old Android phone because it takes better pics than her thousand dollar iphone. I'm always doing stuff like ripping mp3 files from youtube or transferring files from my phone to computer in 20 seconds and she will be like "wow, I didn't even know phones could do that!" She's stuck with itunes and using whatever Apple wants her to use. It's funny to see because the majority of my iphone friends are the same way. They don't even know what they are missing and they think Android sucks because of some bloated up piece of junk they had back in 2012.
 
@AndyMarquisLive , when was the last time (date) you had an Android phone?

Hells bells, I miss the Nextel click to talk more than anything.

My last Android phone was the Samsung Galaxy Note 8, which I got in Nov. 2017.

I still have it lying around as a backup "just in case." Used it for a week last year when the screen in my iPhone needed to be replaced, hence the thread. (Jacksonville problems... in this area, you can't just take a phone in to be fixed and get it fixed that day ... everything takes at least one week.)

I also have three Samsung Galaxy tablets. The two high end ones don't turn on anymore, imagine that. One running Windows, one running Android. The Windows tablet has a dead battery, and I haven't replaced it because I have two Microsoft Surface tablets. The one running Android is stuck in a boot loop and keeps crashing when I do a full system restore.
 
Even beyond the layout and interface, iphone screens are just too small. I strongly prefer the larger screen you get with most Android phones.

Weird, every variation of an Android phone I've had was the largest available screen at the time. Right now, I'm running the iPhone 15 Pro Max.
 
Weird, every variation of an Android phone I've had was the largest available screen at the time. Right now, I'm running the iPhone 15 Pro Max.

I don't know what that is, but if it's a larger version of a traditional iphone, I'm glad it exists. All I know is that the last four Androids I've owned (LG G2, G4, G6, and G8) were all bigger than every iphone I've owned.

Unfortunately for me, LG doesn't make phones anymore, so I have no idea what I'll do when this G8 eventually craps out. Luckily it's still performing as well as the day I got it.
 
I don't know what that is, but if it's a larger version of a traditional iphone, I'm glad it exists. All I know is that the last four Androids I've owned (LG G2, G4, G6, and G8) were all bigger than every iphone I've owned.

Unfortunately for me, LG doesn't make phones anymore, so I have no idea what I'll do when this G8 eventually craps out. Luckily it's still performing as well as the day I got it.

I REALLY wish Microsoft still made phones, phones running Windows that is.

The stability, security, ease and consistency of an iPhone combined with some of the strongest aspects of Android phones (since many of Android's key innovations were imported from Windows Mobile/Windows Phone). I was using phones with Microsoft Windows on it before the iPhone was ever a thing.

The neatest thing is the Microsoft phones than ran Windows 10 and used USB-C chargers, you could plug a docking station or hub and use it like a computer. Samsung ended up importing this, but they discontinued it a few years later.
 
Had Samsung phones for years. Switched to an iPhone a little over a year ago. Can't wait until it's time to purchase a new phone again. And it'll definitely be back to the Samsung brand. In the meantime I'll live life vicariously through @Greg 's posts updating us with his thoughts about his new phone.
 
Had Samsung phones for years. Switched to an iPhone a little over a year ago. Can't wait until it's time to purchase a new phone again. And it'll definitely be back to the Samsung brand. In the meantime I'll live life vicariously through @Greg 's posts updating us with his thoughts about his new phone.
Still hopped up about tommorow being the day. It is coming by UPS and it could be as late as 7pm on the delivery, hopefully that will not be the case.

I will try to be informative as possibile with the experience. The camara isnt a biggee to me and I am not sure I will be helpful with that but I will try.

Hopefully it will help me to post with less grammatical errors, my spelling is especially lousy and I am hoping to find some good spellchecking and editing help.

I am also getting a pair of free ear buds 2. They will be my first pair that is totally wireless with nothing external to secure them. I am already wondering how well the little buds will stay in my ears and I expect to lose them. They are coming as part of the promotion or release.
 
Doubt I've spent $1000 total on all the Android phones I've owned over last 30? years. Never owned anything Apple. Never will. Used Tracfone for years. Fee flip phone for the win.

@andy? You carry a purse with you all the time to keep that tablet sized phone?
 
I am just getting started with this phone. So far so good but I haven't even scratched the surface on what it will do yet. I still have a lot of basic preferences to set up. I think it will take a few weeks to really getting decent on all the features.

So far I am happy with the Bluetooth the car audio seems richer or fuller with it and I like the ear buds.

I got an Otter defender case and the best Zagg screen protector I could get today It is guaranteed for several years and best buy will put on a new one anytime it gets scratched up etc.
 
I am just getting started with this phone. So far so good but I haven't even scratched the surface on what it will do yet. I still have a lot of basic preferences to set up. I think it will take a few weeks to really getting decent on all the features.

So far I am happy with the Bluetooth the car audio seems richer or fuller with it and I like the ear buds.

I got an Otter defender case and the best Zagg screen protector I could get. It is guaranteed for several years and best buy will put on a new one anytime it gets scratched up etc.
 
I use both an Android (personal) and iPhone (business) every single day, and have for the last eight years. I've posted this before, but I'll share it again....

Just off the top of my head, these are some of the things that annoy me the most……
I used and supported iPhones at work for years. You listed most of the same issues and complaints that I had. When I finally had to get my own phone last spring, those issues are what drove me to Android / Samsung.
 
I am still loving my new Ultra24. Taking my time loading the old files pics and stuff from the previous phones. I could have just dumped it all to this phone but I an going the custom route and purging most of the unwanted files.

I have about 700 text conversations that I need to reduce to about 100. It is just an old habit but a lot of them contain useful technical info that I accumulated over the years while troubleshooting at work and great info that some others provided.
I am retired now but the nerd in me doesn't want to let go of the data or even some memories.

I got the old S9+ stuff transfered and purged and ready to send to Samsung for the $200 trade in.

I will start transferring the Note20 stuff later today or tomorrow. It has a lot more files and hopefully the cracked screen will not cause me any problems.

Lot's of Yada Yada but I am still a little time away from really learning all of the new features.
 
A long post with some unedited built in phone AI help

[original document no AI help]

I just started looking the AI help for only the writing/keyboard part on this phone a few moments ago and it should help me a lot.

I have got away with so many grammatical errors with what I written here at RF and I an sure I tried the patience of many readers

I an also terrible at proof reading and hardly get by with posting something that doesn't hare a missing article. There have beem times when I havd read something I wrote a week later and understand why no one responded due to all the errors.

This would have really helped out a lot professionally before retiring. I wrote many Troubleshooting guides with my former job. Operators were required by management in many cases to use those guides before seeking additional resources, and could even be disciplined if they failed and simply had a bad performance

Some of those documents were 15 pages long and very detailed on some cases with morr than a 100 points to check including other if conditions.

I owed it to them to give them the best working document that I could.

[AI professional version editing of orignal statement below]
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I have recently begun exploring the AI assistance features on this phone, specifically for the writing and keyboard functions. I anticipate that this tool will significantly enhance my writing capabilities.

I acknowledge that my previous posts on RF contained numerous grammatical errors, and I am certain that I have tested the patience of many readers.

Additionally, I struggle with proofreading and often post content with missing articles. There have been instances where I have reviewed my own writing a week later and understood why it received no responses due to the abundance of errors.

This AI assistance would have been particularly beneficial during my professional career, particularly when I was responsible for writing troubleshooting guides at my former job. Management frequently required operators to consult these guides before seeking additional resources, and failure to do so could result in disciplinary action or poor performance evaluations.

Some of these documents were quite extensive, spanning up to 15 pages and providing detailed instructions with over 100 checkpoints, including conditional statements.

I felt a sense of responsibility to provide my colleagues with the most effective and accurate documentation possible.


[AI Casual]

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Hey there, I just started exploring the AI writing assistant on this phone, and I think it's gonna be a game-changer for me.

You see, I've been making a lot of grammar mistakes in my posts on RF, and I'm sure I've tested the patience of many readers. I'm also terrible at proofreading, and I often end up posting stuff with missing articles or typos. There have been times when I've read my own posts a week later and cringed at all the errors. I wish I had this AI helper back when I was working. I used to write these long, detailed troubleshooting guides for my job, and they were sometimes 15 pages long, with over 100 points to check, including a bunch of "if" conditions. I felt responsible for giving my colleagues the best possible documents, so I would've really appreciated this AI assistant back then.

[AI Social]
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I just started exploring the AI writing assistant on my phone, and it's a game-changer! 📱📝

I've made countless grammatical errors on RF, and I'm sure I've tested the patience of many readers. 😅🙈

I'm terrible at proofreading, and I often post with missing articles or typos. 🤦‍♂️ There have been times when I've reread my posts a week later and cringed at all the mistakes. 😱

This AI tool would have been a lifesaver in my professional life. I used to write lengthy troubleshooting guides at my former job, and they had to be detailed and accurate. 🤓📚

Some of those guides were 15 pages long, with over 100 checkpoints and conditional statements. 🤯 It was my responsibility to provide the best possible documentation to our operators. 🫡
#AIGotMyBack #ProofreadingPro #WritingRevolution


[AI polite]
I recently began exploring the AI assistance feature on this phone, specifically for the writing and keyboard functions. I believe it will be a valuable tool in improving my communication.

I must admit that I have made numerous grammatical errors in my previous posts on RF, and I am certain that I have tested the patience of many readers.

Additionally, I struggle with proofreading and often post content with missing articles or other errors. There have been instances where I have reviewed my own writing a week later and understood why it received no responses due to the abundance of mistakes.

This AI assistance would have been incredibly beneficial during my professional career before retirement. I was responsible for writing extensive troubleshooting guides in my previous job. Management often required operators to consult these guides before seeking additional resources, and failure to do so could result in disciplinary action or poor performance evaluations.

Some of these documents were as long as 15 pages and contained detailed instructions, with over 100 points to check, including various conditional statements.

I felt a sense of responsibility to provide my colleagues with the best possible working documents.
 
A long post with some unedited built in phone AI help

[original document no AI help]

I just started looking the AI help for only the writing/keyboard part on this phone a few moments ago and it should help me a lot.

I have got away with so many grammatical errors with what I written here at RF and I an sure I tried the patience of many readers

I an also terrible at proof reading and hardly get by with posting something that doesn't hare a missing article. There have beem times when I havd read something I wrote a week later and understand why no one responded due to all the errors.

This would have really helped out a lot professionally before retiring. I wrote many Troubleshooting guides with my former job. Operators were required by management in many cases to use those guides before seeking additional resources, and could even be disciplined if they failed and simply had a bad performance

Some of those documents were 15 pages long and very detailed on some cases with morr than a 100 points to check including other if conditions.

I owed it to them to give them the best working document that I could.

[AI professional version editing of orignal statement below]
l
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I have recently begun exploring the AI assistance features on this phone, specifically for the writing and keyboard functions. I anticipate that this tool will significantly enhance my writing capabilities.

I acknowledge that my previous posts on RF contained numerous grammatical errors, and I am certain that I have tested the patience of many readers.

Additionally, I struggle with proofreading and often post content with missing articles. There have been instances where I have reviewed my own writing a week later and understood why it received no responses due to the abundance of errors.

This AI assistance would have been particularly beneficial during my professional career, particularly when I was responsible for writing troubleshooting guides at my former job. Management frequently required operators to consult these guides before seeking additional resources, and failure to do so could result in disciplinary action or poor performance evaluations.

Some of these documents were quite extensive, spanning up to 15 pages and providing detailed instructions with over 100 checkpoints, including conditional statements.

I felt a sense of responsibility to provide my colleagues with the most effective and accurate documentation possible.


[AI Casual]

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Hey there, I just started exploring the AI writing assistant on this phone, and I think it's gonna be a game-changer for me.

You see, I've been making a lot of grammar mistakes in my posts on RF, and I'm sure I've tested the patience of many readers. I'm also terrible at proofreading, and I often end up posting stuff with missing articles or typos. There have been times when I've read my own posts a week later and cringed at all the errors. I wish I had this AI helper back when I was working. I used to write these long, detailed troubleshooting guides for my job, and they were sometimes 15 pages long, with over 100 points to check, including a bunch of "if" conditions. I felt responsible for giving my colleagues the best possible documents, so I would've really appreciated this AI assistant back then.

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I just started exploring the AI writing assistant on my phone, and it's a game-changer! 📱📝

I've made countless grammatical errors on RF, and I'm sure I've tested the patience of many readers. 😅🙈

I'm terrible at proofreading, and I often post with missing articles or typos. 🤦‍♂️ There have been times when I've reread my posts a week later and cringed at all the mistakes. 😱

This AI tool would have been a lifesaver in my professional life. I used to write lengthy troubleshooting guides at my former job, and they had to be detailed and accurate. 🤓📚

Some of those guides were 15 pages long, with over 100 checkpoints and conditional statements. 🤯 It was my responsibility to provide the best possible documentation to our operators. 🫡
#AIGotMyBack #ProofreadingPro #WritingRevolution


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I recently began exploring the AI assistance feature on this phone, specifically for the writing and keyboard functions. I believe it will be a valuable tool in improving my communication.

I must admit that I have made numerous grammatical errors in my previous posts on RF, and I am certain that I have tested the patience of many readers.

Additionally, I struggle with proofreading and often post content with missing articles or other errors. There have been instances where I have reviewed my own writing a week later and understood why it received no responses due to the abundance of mistakes.

This AI assistance would have been incredibly beneficial during my professional career before retirement. I was responsible for writing extensive troubleshooting guides in my previous job. Management often required operators to consult these guides before seeking additional resources, and failure to do so could result in disciplinary action or poor performance evaluations.

Some of these documents were as long as 15 pages and contained detailed instructions, with over 100 points to check, including various conditional statements.

I felt a sense of responsibility to provide my colleagues with the best possible working documents.
 

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I like the apple driving app, the route directions are great. I think she goes by the name Siri.

True story: There was a time when I grabbed the wives apple phone and tried to hit on Siri with some very suggestive questions.

Turns out she is a prude and extremely vanilla. She told me she wasnt that kind of girl and shut me down. Android is hawter.
 
I like the apple driving app, the route directions are great. I think she goes by the name Siri.

True story: There was a time when I grabbed the wives apple phone and tried to hit on Siri with some very suggestive questions.

Turns out she is a prude and extremely vanilla. She told me she wasnt that kind of girl and shut me down. Android is hawter.
Besides that, Siri is kinda full of herself. She talks to me like she knows everything.
 


The irony of the government's efforts to break Apple up is that they don't allow Android devices in secure facilities because of security. They require many of their employees to use iPhone only. When Trump was sworn in, they made him use iPhone because I remember there being a kerfuffle about it.

At the same time, the government is trying to force Apple to go open source like Android and completely open up their app store. If Android devices are insecure and pose a national security risk, why are they hellbent on forcing Apple down the same road?

They're doing the same **** to Microsoft too.

The government so clearly wants the general public to have insecure, easily-hackable devices so they, along with private corporations and other foreign nations, can spy on us.
 
Yeah, the last thing I want is the gubmint tracking my consumption of drive-through burgers.
 
Yeah, the last thing I want is the gubmint tracking my consumption of drive-through burgers.

Insecure is insecure. For me, it's less about government spying and more about how vulnerable these moves they're making would make everyone to hackers, foreign and domestic.

The government's been at war with Apple ever since Apple refused to give the government access to its servers and refused to install a backdoor on all iPhones to make it easy for the government to unlock and access them without warrants.
 
Protip: They may have never convicted Alex Murdoch without tracking and pinging the phones.

They would have still got him for stealing settlement money etc but it wouldnt have been lifetime sentences. He may have even had a future in politics after doing some time and been avaliable to recieve campaign donations from Apple and Samsung to help with serving the people.

Just remember to make sure to store them phones in a neutral location when it is time to kill someone.
 
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