Better Aim & Virtual Keyboard

by [EMAIL PROTECTED] » Tue, 04 Nov 2008 14:56:10 GMT


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 HERE ARE SOME GREAT IDEAS TO MAKE THUS PHONE THE BEST OUT THERE!!!!

1. AIM NEEDS TO IMPROVE DRAMATICALLY... MAKE A SIDEKICK VERSION OF AIM
ON THE G1 AND THATS IT.. THAT AIM IS THE BEST AND THIS PHONE IS THE
BEST AND NEEDS THE BEST AIM FOR IT.

2. ALSO A TOUCH KEYPAD ON THE SCREEN SO I WON'T HAVE TO CONSTANTLY
OPEN UP THE PHONE. AFTER A WHILE IT GETS KINDA ANNNOYING AND WOULD BE
NICE IF WE HAD A OPTION TO TYPE JUST LIKE THE IPHONE!!!!!!!!

3. PUT THIS THINGS INTO AFFECT AND THIS PHONE WOULD BE AWESOME
WE G1 CUSTOMERS HAVE SPOKEN !!!!!!! NOW MAKE IT HAPPEN!!!!!!!!!!

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