I just got a new phone. It’s the Samsung Galaxy S3 and a huge upgrade from my Galaxy S, which now feels tiny and insignificant in my hand.
There’s something about setting up a new phone. Yeah, sure, the phone store migrated all my files and contacts. What they didn’t migrate and what Google fails at is migrating all my free apps. Purchased apps aren’t a problem at all, because I reinstalled them from Google Play market.
My free apps are stuck in limbo, or I have to start from scratch. Google needs to fix that problem–it’s a place the iPhone has them completely beat (so says my husband).
My munchkin lost a couple of her games in the process. Now she can play with my old GS on wifi instead of hijacking my new phone, but Tap Fish may be gone forever (I’m not missing that one).
Speaking of hijacking, which is where this was all supposed to be going anyway, my new phone has been hijacked, mostly by The Husband, The Teenager, and a friend. How do I know they take my GS3 when I’m not looking?
Because they leave evidence.
Exhibits A, B, and C:
There are many others that should not be publicized (although I might still!) and others that The Teenager has threatened me with horribleness (such as never returning my fiction books) if I post them.
Honestly, if the pictures are on my phone, then they are blogging fodder.
Phone hijackers, beware!