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Frank Nitty

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About Frank Nitty

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    Member Level: Smoke Signals
  • Birthday December 15

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  • Phones/Devices
    HTC Evo 3D, Samsung Epic Touch 4G
  • Gender
  • Location
    Milwaukee, Wisconsin
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    4G Information
  • Favorite Quotation
    From "A Few Good Men" Jack Nicholson: "YOU GOD DAMN RIGHT I ORDERED THE CODE RED" !
  • Interests
    Exercising at Bally's, Rollerskating, Traveling, Attending Sunday School

    Favorite Music
    Smooth Jazz, Classic Rock, Old School Hip Hop

    Favorite Movies
    Training Day, Man On Fire, The Wire, The Shield, The Sopranos

    Favorite Books
    Marvel Comics and Graphic Novels

    General About Me
    Kind of an easy going guy, who doesn't mind helping other people including strangers. I try to think before I speak, and if I'm not sure about something a person said to me, I'll ask for some clarification, so that I don't jump to the wrong conclusion.
  1. Migrated from Original Forum. Originally Posted 25 November 2011 I love talk radio, and smooth jazz !
  2. Migrated from Original Forum. Originally Posted 24 November 2011 I use four android apps for streaming music: Radio One, Iheartradio, TuneIn Radio, and JazzRadio.com apps. Out of the four apps the JazzRadio.com app seems to work the best as far as keeping a signal consistently. My occupation is a pickup/delivery driver, so I'm in and out of buildings 10-12 hours a day. I've been able to stream music deep inside quite a few buildings since I been listening to the Jazz radio app, and evenbeing able to receive signal in lower levels of buildings such as hospitals. My data has increased from under a GB, and now I'm approaching 3GB of data usage. So my question is that of the discussion topic: Is it the android app or has there been improvement made to Sprint's network that's allowing me to keep a consistent signal to stream all the data I'm using now ? One other point I would like to make is I work in an area that's two counties from where I live, approximately 30-40 miles from the city I have in, which is the largest city in the state. The population in these cities, towns, and villages I work in are as high as 30,000 ppl, all the way down to one of those unincorporated town that have very few ppl living there. I only mentioned this bcuz you know as well as I do, the farther away you get from a metropolitan city, the number of Sprint towers in those areas decrease in numbers. Anyways, the app or the network, or both ? What are your thought on this ?
  3. Migrated from Original Forum. Originally Posted 24 November 2011 I use to update my PRL on a regular basis. I no longer do that, seeing that some are running into technical issues with their phones once the PRL has been updated.
  4. Migrated from Original Forum. Originally Posted 15 November 2011 I'm all in for that HTC Edge ! Otherwise, I'll continue to drive my HTC Evo 3D until the wheels fall off. "If it broke, don't fix it", is what i say.
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