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Droid Life Q&A Sessions: Volume 6

We have been super busy around here with Nexus rumors, Jelly Bean updates, and traveling to San Diego for CTIA, but we are now home settled and ready for another DL Q&A session. For those new to this feature, it’s a way we let you, the readers, ask the DL staff anything that might be on your mind. It could be about Android, sports, gardening, dog training, yummy food, or anything in between. It’s uncensored goodness.

At the end of the week, we’ll grab a handful of questions and let the team take to answering them. Ready? Drop in the comments and let us know what’s on your mind.

  • br_hermon

    You guys have always covered a terrific variety of ROMs but I’d really like to see some coverage on Kernels. I’ve seen so many (Franco, Lean Kernel, Faux Kernel, Tinykernel, Trinity, GLaDOS) I’d love to get your feedback on each one’s strength’s and weaknesses. What’s more stable vs bleeding edge. Etc. FWIW, I have a rooted GNex running BB.

  • Jason M

    With the recent rumors of a Nexus 10, I’ve read some reports suggesting that Android does not have enough tablet-specific content to justify such a high-end device. I’ve also read that many of the apps in Google Play will not scale well on a 10-inch screen. What do you guys think?

  • EnterTheNexus

    Best phone ever? Doesn’t have to be based on speed, battery, or display.

  • Todd Van Laningham

    What are your thoughts on the Windows 8 tablets and will you be getting one?

  • dsass600

    I have a Galaxy Nexus, and think the size is perfect. Do you think that 5 inch phones are too big for the average user?

  • jdiamjr

    Do you think there will ever be an Android equivalent to the iTouch?

  • http://www.hypable.com/ Joshua Nealey

    Are you a little worried with what we’ve seen so far with the Nexus line? Our hopes were of course that we’d see multiple manufacturers making them and so far we only have LG and it most likely won’t be seen on Verizon. Should we expect to see anything else or is LG (possibly Sony) it?

  • mike

    My wife is soon due for an upgrade. What would you say would be the best choice for what we have heard is on the horizon- Droid Hd, Galaxy Note 2, HTC DLX or Nexus 4? we are not into the root experience just want something that will be reliable and that hopefully will see Key Lime Pie. My wife has the Thunderbolt and we are still waiting on the promised Ice Cream Sandwich !!

    • Jeetu K

      i believe all those 4 will see key lime pie .. the nexus 4/G will see it first … so you have to base it on other features .. like camera or screen size .. whats imp ?

      • mike

        Screen size and ease of use. she isn’t real savy on use and all the features. I end up showing her a lot and I learn a lot from droid life and other sites. We are pretty casual users

  • meh

    How much bank are you making with this site?

  • wm snyder

    Back in the days of Og what agreement or alliance or who said carrier’s would continue to update phones during the 2yr. Period of contract? And what can be done to speed carriers on the update?