Date: 2013-01-24 05:28 pm (UTC)
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Given the degree to which hardware and OS are intertwined on phones, I don't think you can separate them. It's not like I can try running Android OS on an iPhone. I don't know how Apple does it but their laptops and phones have superlative battery life. With Android, if you want good battery life, you have to be a lot more careful which device you pick and which apps you have running. I've noticed quite a few people mention this when talking about their iPhones vs. their Android phones.

At the time I was doing this, Kies was only for Windows, and was FAR from easy to use. Some of the difficulties may have been due to the specific phone I had; oddly, even the T-mobile version seems easier to deal with. AT this time, I visited an experienced Android user with a Windows computer, and even they couldn't get it to work with my phone. I just checked the Samsung site, and it looks like Kies has gotten a lot of work, including a Mac version, though there are mixed reviews using it with Mountain Lion.
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