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Discussion in 'Australia' started by Aircon, Sep 8, 2014.
That's It we are F..D
picked up my 3 year-old Macbook Pro from Apple today, with a new screen fitted, free of charge.
My model was the first with the retina screen and had an issue with the anti-glare coating wearing off, so they're replacing them all for free. I think that is excellent customer service.
There are simply no words to describe how utterly pathetic that is in every way.
For 90% of it I was waiting for the punchline because it was so obviously a joke.
But then, it wasn’t.
Dear God, we truly have lost it.
Is it? You can give voice commands to the phone to do everything. Swipe left/right/up/down. Settings. Open close apps. Scroll. Just about everything. Sounds very handy to me. Especially when driving, or doing anything that keeps your hand busy, actually. It's like Siri/google plus even more.
It usually doesn't work though...lol.
I’m not posting this as an Apple v Samsung thing.
A mate is here. He has a Samsung phone and for some reason he cannot send or receive photos or videos via wifi.
He has to connect to mobile data for it to work.
He keeps getting the below message whenever he tries to do it.
My housemate then appeared and said her mum has the same “problem” with her Samsung phone.
I’m sure it’s just a settings issue. Can anyone explain how to sort it out?
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I should add that that message appears even though he is connected to my home wifi.
Everything else works -surfing the net, email etc.
Just not sending or receiving pics / videos.
If you mean via text /mms then you should just shoot yourself now
That’s what I mean. I don’t have a gun, fortunately.
My phone happily sends pics / vids via wifi through text / mms all the time.
In fact we did it tonight from my phone to his to check. So WTF are you on about?
With mobile data turned off? Interesting.
Yeah. I turned my mobile data off and sent a bunch of pics / vids from my phone to his to check.
When he tried to do the same in reverse he got that message.
I just thought there must be some simple settings issue that he could change.
What it means is that on an iPhone if you turn mobile data off, it still uses mobile data.