No lol good guess…SLC Punk. Awesome movie by the way
You ever see it?
Have not but added it to the weekend list
Yeah good. Hope you enjoy it. Was one of my go to movies growing up in high school…I was a punk. Didn’t dress the part though.
Dont you lie, you are still a punk, one never stops being one
This is very true. I still blast my anti flag and bad relegion and what not.
Ah see knew it
I’ll never give that up, along with my otaku life, lol
FACTS!! This man is Spitting FACTS! lol
Glad I can. Lol.
Hey guys! This is a thread about mobile phones, if you want to talk about music, please open a new thread about that. Please stop the offtopic or else…
@Otaku what was the most advanced thing you did with Symbian OS?
@Keiffer I relate to your comments on planned obsolescence. So ironic that Apple became what it used to criticize, and the worst thing is that its practices have beed adopted by pretty much every other company. Before a product could last you 5-7 years, and now you are lucky if it lasts you more than 2 years or even 1.
Honestly I miss those Symbian days
I never had a Symbian phone. I always wanted one, especially Nokia N-Gage and Nokia 6600 but I was young, and those phones were expensive.
I had a few Windows Mobile phones, including Motorola MPx200, HTC (can’t remember which one) and touchscreens, Qtek S100, and a few others.
- I successfully installed Windows 3.1 on Motorola MPx200, and booted on Boschs emulator (I think that’s what it is called, I forgot), this Motorola had a 100mhz processor and 132mhz with overclock. It was a pain to install it because nobody was stupid enough to try that on a non-touchscreen device with just 132mhz and 32mb of ram.
- Successfully flashed and overclocked Qtek S100, had many interesting stuff on that PPC, for example, a fully working Sony PS1 emulator with my own skins, used to play GranTurismo 2 on it.
Thats cool! Then again, nowadays modern mobile phones can do a lot more right? Or is there something that only Symbian could do nowadays? Could you install Symbian in an android phone / tablet?
In my opinion, Windows Mobile was better for modding, you could see and modify system files without rooting or flashing your phone, and Symbian was simpler.
I think you could install Symbian in an Android system with some kind of emulator, but I haven’t checked.
Modern mobile phones could probably do more, but I don’t have the time to spend searching for information now like I had when I was in college.
A Nokia 32-10 took about 5 minutes just to text someone good morning