I wouldn't say it's a huge flop....the biggest issue for the Atrix anyways is that AT&T refuses to promote Android handsets. When the Droids came out for Verizon they did such huge marketing campaigns it would be a shame if those didn't sell well.
Anyways I think the phone is pretty good but...
You can't say that the perception most Apple users have of the company and it's products doesn't effect these types of surveys.
It could be totally deserved but the perception by the general public that Apple makes flawless products carries over through their users more so than any other...
As much as I feel everyones pains none of these custom ROMs are guaranteed to work on your phone. Every single one of them has issues.
The #1 thing when trying such things IMO is making 100% sure you have a way to get back to where you were before you start.
Hope you figure out your issues...
I really could care less of it doesn't come up in Auto-complete.
The search function itself still functions exactly as before.......not sure why everyone is getting all butt hurt over it, I rarely use autocomplete anyways.
As an Android user and some might say sort of a "Fanboy" I will be as objective as I can with a simple answer. : Try things for yourself!!
I LOVED and still LOVE my Nexus One....fantastic phone in lots of ways. My new Nexus S is better in many ways except it sucks at GPS and I don't like...
Fragmentation isn't Androids problem, especially right now.
More than 75% of the userbase is either on 2.1 or 2.2. The way these articles talk about the make-up level customizations and how they are part of the fragmentation is ludicrous.
I would even say the fragmentation white horse most of...
For Metamorph I have taken already made skins and modified the files within the package....I think its a good place to start.
The Metamorph packages are simply rebranded zip files so they are easy to open up and edit....just look for all the image files :)
It is absolutely possible...but a bit involved.
I don't know how to do it personally but I am sure the developers/programmers out there on Android could help out with where to start.
I would say start at XDA and go from there.
You can have a unified inbox if you use the "Email" client for your emails. There is no unified inbox within Gmail itself.
This doesn't include FB, SMS etc etc. I think I have seen some of the custom builds (Sense, Samsung etc) that have something like what you are talking about.
We did start a "Droid Homescreen" thread
But as it is kinda dead now I am more than happy to contribute again :) I have a new setup now, but my theme doesn't work on Cyan RC3 so I will post my RC2 shots.
My icons are in completely random spots...
Android has always had difficulties with networks that require special permissions or certificates.
Basic security protocols are fine but I have found that any network with that requires a certificate or special permissions as it seems the one you are trying don't work.
I don't believe this...