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By dotCore
Published: Mar 07 2012 / 11:03

I realised, giving my answer, that I've never written down my objections to Android. Before we get into this, let's understand that I'm primarily talking about "what's wrong with Android from the perspective of someone planning a long-term 1:1 deployment in a school". You can argue that these points don't matter in the grand scheme of things but these are the things that I choose to care about in my deployments. I ask these questions of every platform.
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zynasis replied ago:

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Sadly this is true stuff... I'm an app developer and the not so proud owner of an old android device. I'm stuck on 2.2 and I think will never get off it unless I buy a new phone. Even then, why would I invest in a new phone other than for development and risk being stuck on an old version again. Besides, when my phone is on the majority version which helps me develop for that same version, why would I change?

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