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Monday, April 18, 2016

How To Install Nokia Lumia Software and Update It Easily

How To Install Nokia Lumia Software and Update It Easily
How To Install Nokia Lumia Software and Update It Easily


It was a Tuesday morning like any other, calm and cloudy. I already knew my loft bed was a risk factor (having more than once missed a march to finish up the four irons). But that was nothing compared to Tuesday's events. I was overwhelmed user of a Galaxy S6 for almost a year. The highest range phone I have ever owned, with its great camera and speed unmatched calculation. I spent long time to simply manipulate the phone from my fingers against its elegant curves. Not one time I did manage to imagine what life would be without my Galaxy. I cannot hide that even as I write these lines, my lips tremble and my eyes fill a semblance of tears.

Tuesday morning, the tragedy was played before my horrified eyes. I gently turned in my bed, my habit, when my elbow hit the iPhone from my girlfriend, placed on the edge of the bed as a result of an alarm clock that had been silenced. I have tried to slow his fall, but it was too late, and it was with horror that I heard the crash he had actually hit the ground.

My girlfriend, in distress, began to utter a series of orders and threats. I hurried down the steps (without falling, this time) to inspect the extent of damage. Everything seemed good at first glance: no cracks, and the screen seemed to work great.

As fate would I suddenly think of my Galaxy S6. I turned to see the phone on charge, and I was left paralyzed by discovering the impact on my phone screen. My faithful companion had taken the brunt of the corner of the iPhone, and seemed to be dying in terrible pain.

I am not trying to relieve my pain by designating a culprit. And I cannot say with certainty whether the actions of the iPhone were premeditated or if it is simply an argument gone wrong. All I can say is that the blow was delivered with fatal precision.

After a period of wrenching grief, the time has come to ask me what I have to do the remains of my Galaxy S6. To you to help me, dear readers, to overcome my pain, helping me choose the suitable funeral in my greatest companion. And please give me some words of comfort in these troubled times.

I ask myself many questions about the iPhone, but one that keeps going more in the head is: "Why do they sell so well?". Are they better than Android smartphones to deserve such a price? Do they have a little something that I cannot see? I intend to find out. This time I will spend more than 5 minutes with an iPhone in order to truly get an idea.

For the first time, I created an Apple ID. The name might make us think of something important, but this is nothing but the old combination email address / password. Of course, I used my Gmail address to create the identifier. When installing the account, I also activated Touch ID, that is, that I have put my fingerprint in every possible angle until the setup wizard is satisfied.

I then went on the App Store. From the first application, I was asked to use my fingerprint. As soon as the second. So I decided to configure the App Store for he asks me my fingerprints every time I want to install a free application. So I put myself in search of the parameters of the App Store, but I cannot find them. My colleague Steve showed me what to do: you have to go into the application parameters and to enter the iTunes & App Store menu. To my dismay, I found that I cannot install the application without entering the password or use my fingerprint. Saperlipopette, it's painful!
Configure applications on iOS? Oulala, unhappy ...

The first application I downloaded Inbox is Gmail. I knew a little because I had already used my Nexus 6P. Inbox automatically sorted through my emails, ie that new messages are sent directly to the appropriate folders. Since it is not possible to export its own filters or to import into Apple's Mail app, and since I'm too lazy to reconfigure everything, I prefer not to use the Mail application. iOS has understood and only shows me that reports of Inbox. On Android, when you use a second application for email management, you have to think first off. On iOS, this is automatic.

On Android, I just have to click on "Sign in with Google" and presto, I am connected. On iOS, the system is more closed, the only accounts that I can configure are Apple, Twitter, Facebook, Flickr and Vimeo. All other do not exist on iPhone. I do not understand how Google applications arrived to transfer my credentials.

With other applications such as Netflix, and Feedly, things got complicated. I met a rather painful problem with Feedly and AirBnB, as you can see from the screenshot below, If I choose to sign in with my Google account, I arrive on a page where I have to identify myself. Then I have to obviously go through the Google Security step I mentioned earlier, and after entering the code I arrive on the home page of Google. Note that I speak of the search engine, the page where you type the word or phrase you are looking for. Me, all I wanted was to connect me on Feedly. So I had to go to this address to create a new identifier to counter this problem.

After successfully let these minor problems behind me, I must admit that the quality of applications blew me away. The system is mature and we can understand the guidelines applied on applications from the App Store. It is possible for a user accustomed to Android tends to seek a return key, but once accustomed to iOS soon you remember that you can always go back the same way. I must admit that I got myself quickly accustomed.
Applications are better on iOS

On this point, I must admit that iOS has an advantage over Android. Cupertino has formalized its OS in January 2007 and added the Play Store in July 2008. The first version of Android that, at the time, was independent of Google, was presented along with the Play Store in September 2008. In order to catch up, Google has set the bar high at least the development of applications, the guidelines are less stringent than on Apple. Which the iPhone was sold over a million times. The consequence of all this? Applications on the Play Store was poor, moreover they are often still. Apple could afford to ban applications from the App Store because they did not meet their quality criteria.

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