Smartphones are increasingly more complete instruments, bring more things: fingerprint sensor, sensor heart rate, “friends” that cost you an arm and the face to add to your LG G5, ever closer to a computer power… I think that you’ve caught it already, so I do not follow.
These new qualities are, mostly, quite useful depending on the type of person who uses the smartphone. Which for me can be almost indispensable, for others it may be useless, and that is good, that the manufacturers break the head trying to satisfy all audiences (though never can).
However, there are some things, both hardware and software, that we don’t use for nothing and that, therefore, abound us. This is more or less what I come to count, a number of things that I don’t use on my Z2 Xperia, but I would like that you unieses and comment what smartphone do not use never or almost never.
Play Station applications to take advantage of a Play Station that I have
Sony, as you know, It manufactures both the Xperia smartphones and the Play Station, and there is nothing better for the company than trying to reconcile two important pieces of the Japanese company. Perhaps one further move to boost sales of its smartphones, allowing that those who have a Play Station to play from your mobile phone.
The maneuver, for some reason, has not left them round to say. What have you not thought of Sony (or Yes, but mentioning it were all dancing the conga) is that there are people who will buy a mobile Xperia but does not have a Play Station. Specific apps are: PlayStation and PS Video.
I’m one of those who do not have a Play Station and, therefore, I can not take advantage of them, me sobran. Sony, don’t want those apps, I want to be able to uninstall them if not to use them. Sony! do Sony? Well, Sony seems to be busy, I’ll try later again to see if there is a bit of luck.
Navigation, What’s New and other Sony bloatware
In the case of Navigation (Garmin app), but it is really good when I tried it, don’t use it because they give you 30 day trial and then have to spend per box, so for that use Google Maps and ready. What’s New It is a kind of app store which, as it happens in other manufacturers, offers apps that are already in Google Play.
The particularity of What’s New is that, by giving the button for, takes you to Google Play, uncomplicated, for more. Still, there is a section of instant games, in which you can play without downloading anything. Even so, it seems to me somewhat useless, so I don’t use it for anything.
Then there is something else of bloatware as Lounge, which is an app of promotions from Sony, or Video & TV SideView, that is a TV Guide (by the way, tonight issued Titanic 2 at one less room in the early morning, and not kidding, I’m afraid). Luckily, there isn’t much bloatware Sony in comparison with other manufacturers, but it has the same problem of not being able desisntalarse by itself.
Bloatware from Google
I am not referring only to Gmail (I prefer Outlook) or a Chrome (prefer Dolphin), but also to Play movies, kiosk, books, and music. I don’t use them for absolutely nothing. I have nothing against installing them, as it is certain that someone will take advantage of them, but the problem is the same as I have stated before, they are installed even if you do not want.
However if I use Play Store for obvious reasons, like to Play games which, although not to execute it, save the progress of the games that I install, so even if not in use is helping me, so welcome is. Nothing more to add to this regard, are applications that I find useful, so I don’t use them.
The few times I have used the radio, since for some reason (perhaps my location) did not work correctly, he preferred to use TuneIn Radio in its place which, when connected to the Wi-Fi network, not eating me my rate data. Even so, the radio is something I hear very occasionally.
Just the app’s FM radio, While not in use, do not bother me which is installed, is something like a gesture of gratitude for having implemented, because sure that there are hundreds of holders of a Xperia Z2 that Yes remove party of it, and also not all manufacturers implement it, so use it or not, that is installed if for me depends on.
Water resistance is only worth me away more than the liquid element
Yes, I have a I have wet Xperia Z2 that is resistant to water and never, I’m a rebel and I have no cure, relief. The fact that in its day I bought it not has nothing to do with its resistance to water, but many other factors (design, camera, sound, fluency…), the water resistance was there, and not be me he had bought as.
The good thing about this feature is that you gives some degree of tranquility When using it in the rain, that drop into a pool or tub (I hope never falling in a toilet), since, if such caps are well closed, it is very complicated to your mobile die by the involuntary dip.
I’ve never wet it, I have not seen the need, and I’ve never had a water accident, even before Sony, on their official website, It advised that Sony smartphones not dip because the warranty will void if he entered water. If I wanted to clean it with a cloth to clean the glasses it was almost like new.
And this is all not use my mobile phone if I have not forgotten anything. The most logical thing is that any holder of a smartphone has anything not used, some feature, very useful as it may seem, not take advantage of, and that is what I want to know, what you don’t use your phone.
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