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Android Central 233: Mouth Clarity and Crumpets


Well... I do in fact connect to my wifey when I get home!

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From the country that developed WiFi, it stands for wireless fidelity, started with signal filtration, of stars in astronomy. I pay $6 AUD a month, for $50 p/m voice, $10 p/m for unlimited local, national and 100 minutes international p/m landline. But to be fair, I also pay $50 AUD p/m, for 100 GB of landline WiFi, running 32 GB Nexus 9, Note 2 Android 4.4.2.

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Not sure why Phil is going to try the Apple watch, you're anti Apple so your opinion is obviously going to be negative.

I often place my Nexus 5 on its wireless charger on nightstand and wander downstairs or out in my yard where bt wont reach but wifi will. i've missed text notifications because of this. I look forward to the watch firmware update. Wear app in phone has the wifi option turned on, ready!