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  1. I hope Nothing's upcoming phone is really good
  2. Try using Blokada on Android [You have to download the apk file from their website as their Play Store alternative is not feature-packed due to restrictions placed by Google] It's pretty good for blocking ads and trackers.
  3. Woah. That's a new. Generally, SD phones are preferred for custom ROM/root over Mediatek and Exynos.
  4. Multiple reasons: viper4android Greenify Titanium backup & restore Adaway
  5. Wait. I thought it's easier to root SD phones when compared to Exynos and Mediatek.
  6. A lot of phones releasing this month. Would suggest you to wait a bit
  7. Let us know if you have any specific requirements and your use case. It will help factor down the choices.
  8. How are you claiming the 18% GST back?
  9. @KunjanPSD I would recommend the Honda City first. Great sedan, tried and tested for quite some time here. My second recommendation would be the new Slavia. Skoda is improving their after-sales to catch up with competitors. Though I would suggest you wait for some time if you're looking to get this car as it's new. An SUV doesn't fit your needs as it's a large vehicle and it consumes more fuel when compared to sedans.
  10. Unfortunately, yes. People think Honda might be the next company to exit the Indian market after Ford. No new launches, just facelifts There is no significant upgrades or a WOW factor in any of their cars and let's not forget the demand for SUVs here.
  11. Why Youtube Premium over something like Vanced? The only thing you would miss out on is downloads afaik
  12. This message is an eye candy to see! My experience with Airtel has been the worst. I'm using their service for many years, running on their copper cable. I saw some Airtel Fiber posters around my area and decided to call Airtel for upgradation. They always say they'll send an engineer to my premises (for almost a year). The local guy is stating that the delay is due to some tunnel guys. They are apparently cutting off the fiber wires. He said it'll take them some months to resolve this, LMAO. You should have heard his sudden change in tone when I told him I'm not getting a new connection and am only upgrading Just fed up with the after sales with Airtel. Jio is far better with this in my experience. Let me know if I can contact anyone else to resolve this
  13. Hello fellow members, I am looking for a laptop with the following requirements for my sister. Her older laptop (Asus VivoBook) requires an upgrade. Build Quality: Highly prefer a metal-built laptop. The lower right bezel [meh plastic] on her laptop broke twice due to a little improper handling. Storage: SSD is a must. She hates the slow 5400RPM HDD on her VivoBook. I scoured through some laptops on Amazon and all of them has only 512 SSD/1 TB HDD+ 256 SSD Processor: Doesn't need to be very powerful as she'll mostly be doing basic office stuff [browsing, excel, OneNote, coding], a little of photo/video/audio editing and AutoCAD Display: Need to have great colours. She is fine with 1080p 60Hz, but an upgrade would certainly be better Battery: More than 6 hours of battery backup is fine, as I'll be recommending her to do heavy tasks only while connected to charger Graphics Card: She doesn't game or use Blender, but she uses AutoCAD, so GPU is important. I would like others' view on this. Would integrated graphics be enough, or should I go for a dGPU? She's fine with normal laptop keeb and trackpad. She always uses her laptop with lights on, so backlit keeb is not a big factor. Looked into the new MacBooks. Looks great, but it is on the expensive side, and I don't know how much Apple repairs cost. She will also be new to macOS. I know there are a lot of requirements [emoji28] Any and all recommendations are welcomed Sent from my Mi A1 using Tapatalk
  14. Hello fellow members, I am looking for a laptop with the following requirements for my sister. Her older laptop (Asus VivoBook) requires an upgrade. Build Quality: Highly prefer a metal-built laptop. The lower right bezel [meh plastic] on her laptop broke twice due to a little improper handling. Storage: SSD is a must. She hates the slow 5400RPM HDD on her VivoBook. I scoured through some laptops on Amazon and all of them has only 512 SSD/1 TB HDD+ 256 SSD Processor: Doesn't need to be very powerful as she'll mostly be doing basic office stuff [browsing, excel, OneNote, coding], a little of photo/video/audio editing and AutoCAD Display: Need to have great colours. She is fine with 1080p 60Hz, but an upgrade would certainly be better Battery: More than 6 hours of battery backup is fine, as I'll be recommending her to do heavy tasks only while connected to charger Graphics Card: She doesn't game or use Blender, but she uses AutoCAD, so GPU is important. I would like others' view on this. Would integrated graphics be enough, or should I go for a dGPU? She's fine with normal laptop keeb and trackpad. She always uses her laptop with lights on, so backlit keeb is not a big factor. Looked into the new MacBooks. Looks great, but it is on the expensive side, and I don't know how much Apple repairs cost. She will also be new to macOS. I know there are a lot of requirements 😅 Any and all recommendations are welcomed
  15. Hello, I am looking to get an IEM under 2k strictly I am currently looking into KZ ZSN Pro X and Blon BL-03 Two people I have asked recommendations from reported that their Blons broke after ~7 months and I did some reviews talking bad about their build quality So, I'm confused on what to get. As far as I understand, Blons have balanced sound but the build quality and fit is a concern KZs has a nice fit for many, the copper cable is cheap, it has more bass and clear instruments. [according to a Headphone Guru from Headphone Zone] Please let me know your opinions on this and some recommendations Edit: Hearing Blons have bad QC. I could get KZs and try it out. If I don't like it, I can exchange it for Blons [I could get tips later on unless it's expensive for better ones]
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