Android Devs Respond to Jobs' Rant

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  1. News Bot

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    English please.
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    They can sau what they want but the fragmentation is the downfall of Android. Google needs to grow some balls and tell these handset manufacturers how it is.
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    Make folder "android", change directory into "android" folder, pull source code for android from the git repository, sync, and compile.
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    Thanks, that helps a lot!
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    well that doesen't seem to be what developers say... (from what was said in this article)
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    Seriously? Well I guess if one developer says it it must be true.
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    ...In other words...Stevie my boy! get your facts straight and try and use an Android device before you judge them. Oh and learn a little something called "being humble"

    this kind of attitude on his part doesn't give him or Apple credibility
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    Android does have it flaws, but so does iOS.

    I think that rather than b**** about the competition "he" should try to meet and exceed them in every way.
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    every piece of software WILL have it's flaws. It's almost like a law of technological development. But I rather deal with flaws of an open OS that can be fixed at any time by a user with programming capabilities; than to wait for a fix on a closed iOS which I might probably have to pay for it.
    Instead of attacking the competition he should actually embrace it, learn from them by using and try to do better instead of just randomly attacking it

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