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Good guess. :)

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Ath: It can be installed to SD card if necessary. :)

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Big thank you to: Stephen66515, Lanux128, and Ewewoa for their help during the development!!

p.s. you can find them in the About dialog.  :Thmbsup:

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NANY 2012 Entry Information

Application Name Big Bang Theory Sound Quotes (for Android devices)
Version1.2
Short Description The ultimate collection of sound quotes from The Big Bang Theory! Must download for hardcore fans!
Supported OSes Android OS 2.1 or later
Setup File Visit Android Market or Direct download from SlideME.org
Setup (QR Code) qrcode_s4.png
System RequirementsPretty much any device running Android OS 2.1 or later
Author InfoSee my profile...
Author's CommentsAs a big fan of the popular TV series The Big Bang Theory (http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0898266/), I had been bothered by the fact that despite there are literally a ton of fun quotes from the show, there was just no app (such as soundboards) on the market that chose to offer beyond the tiny, less-than-meaningful audio snippets. The objective of this app is to fill the gap, by neatly presenting a large library of the very best sound quotes, snippets and associated info from the show, and give mobile users something to truly enjoy on the go.
Official DescriptionThe ultimate collection of sound quotes from The Big Bang Theory.

Note: This app will show a small harmless Ad at the bottom of the screen if your mobile device is connected to the network.
FeaturesMain features:
1. A whopping 220 (and growing!) funniest and most memorable sound quotes and snips hand-picked from all episodes from Season 1 up to the latest (S05E11)
2. Transcripts for all quotes and snips
3. Episode info and introduction text for each quote

Extra features:
1. Set Ringtone
2. Set Notification sound
3. Copy transcript to clipboard
InstallationVisit the app page on Android Market to install.
Using the applicationA fairly straightforward application. Remember to long-click on a quote item to enable additional features. Click on the Menu Key on your device to see Usage Tips.
UninstallingStandard Android uninstallation process
Known IssuesNo known issues at the moment.
Screenshots1.png 2.png 3.png 4.png
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Living Room / Re: Anyone got an iPad and like it?
« on: October 13, 2011, 07:27 PM »
Netbooks are small notebooks that offer neither true processing power or genuine portability/mobility.

They are losing market shares quickly to Apple/Android tablets for very good reasons -- such neither here nor there devices are not really sought after.

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Living Room / Re: Anyone got an iPad and like it?
« on: October 13, 2011, 07:04 PM »
well a netbook is not a mobile device and does not have mobile software/hardware architecture, and usually has a much bigger battery!  ;)

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Living Room / Re: Anyone got an iPad and like it?
« on: October 13, 2011, 06:53 PM »
True multitasking kills battery life and is not desired on a mobile device such as iPad

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Living Room / Re: Anyone got an iPad and like it?
« on: October 12, 2011, 10:37 PM »
I still have my phone that I can do all that stuff on too, so it's not like I'm "stranded".

Again, truth.  Especially since I can tether the iPad to my phone.

Yes we all can. However the reason that you buy into iPads or Apple stuff in general, is probably not to say "I can do ABC", but to say "I now do ABC in this fashion, with better accessibility/portability and less hassle, etc.".

Carrying and tethering a data-enabled phone to an iPad contradicts the convenience principle and disturbs the peace of mind, especially when you have to remember to worry about the battery status on your phone every once in a while. :)

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Living Room / Re: Anyone got an iPad and like it?
« on: October 12, 2011, 09:57 PM »
From my experience buying a tablet, any tablet, without 3G support is a very bad idea. Being able to access content and stay in touch anywhere anytime is essential.

I use my iPads heavily for:
Online/offline GPS nav, gaming, Ebook reading, music, video streaming over Wifi/3G, Ebay, banking, Doc processing, SSH, RDP, public transport tracking (real-time), SVN access/source viewing, Podcasts/Vodcasts, Youtube, Skype, Gtalk, Google+, VPN, and ofc, to control my beloved AR Drone. :D

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Living Room / Re: Anyone got an iPad and like it?
« on: October 12, 2011, 09:01 PM »
Idiots with more money than sense who buys these things are these who have no idea how to utilise an iPad beyond web surfing and music.

But yes attachment handling on iOS is crap, Android does bit way better.

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Living Room / Re: NAS Recommendations?
« on: October 11, 2011, 08:38 PM »
G luck setting up your new NAS :)

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Living Room / Re: NAS Recommendations?
« on: October 07, 2011, 05:54 PM »
Do not count on any NAS product to serve as a proper DLNA server. The CPU/memory power on these devices are so limited that they will highly unlikely be able to transcode much of anything on the fly... they might, at best, demux/remux media streams inside existing media container files.

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Living Room / Re: NAS Recommendations?
« on: October 06, 2011, 10:55 PM »
Their cafeteria-style shops seemed a tad odd the first time I went in, but I've bought a truckload of stuff there and certainly saved over the few other stores that I'm familiar with here. (I probably know Georgetown better than I know Melbourne.)

Their Mitcham store is better, they have shelves/tables with the equipment, (MB, case, router, etc), stacked on so you can pick and choose, (not the RAM/CPU/SSD/HDD though).

I went to Mitcham branch and bought the last two RND4000 there last Sunday.

Not all branches maintain stock for 4-bay NAS, so ring them up before you get there.

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Living Room / Re: NAS Recommendations?
« on: October 06, 2011, 04:57 PM »
I found RND4000 to be well designed and built, and delivers what I ask from it (storage size >= 8TB, SMB write speed >= 25MB/s, quiet operations).

For me it qualifies as a great NAS.

Read reviews from end-users here:
http://www.amazon.co...317937907&sr=8-1

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Living Room / Re: NAS Recommendations?
« on: October 06, 2011, 11:07 AM »
a few things before I go:

1. This NAS is feature-rific and can be quite powerful
2. Onboard RAM can even be upgraded if you run a lot of stuff on the NAS
3. Make sure you have Gigabit network connectivity
4. Avoid Samsung drives at all costs, buy WD or Seagate

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Living Room / Re: NAS Recommendations?
« on: October 06, 2011, 10:54 AM »
4 x 2TB 3.5" seems to the most cost-efficient configuration IMHO. RND4000 will not support 3TB drives atm.

NAS = $299
HDDs = 4 * $82 = $328

There you go a complete NAS for AUD $627.

And don't forget to get an 8-port Gigabit switch there if you don't have one already. TP-Link one sells for $44.

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Living Room / Re: NAS Recommendations?
« on: October 06, 2011, 10:34 AM »
^2.5" drives are currently too costly per GB and most NAS appliances are not designed to load these drives, but hey they are much "greener" for sure.

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Living Room / Re: NAS Recommendations?
« on: October 06, 2011, 10:28 AM »
Yeah, well I don't expect myself doing any actual work tomorrow (TGIF!) so doesnt matter. :P

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Living Room / Re: NAS Recommendations?
« on: October 06, 2011, 10:23 AM »
No... a NAS like RND4000 is solidly built, compact and designed to run 24/7 reliably and (power) efficiently, whereas for your old boxes, no matter how much efforts you spend on them, will be neither.

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Living Room / Re: NAS Recommendations?
« on: October 06, 2011, 10:04 AM »
Tonido is not a NAS...

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Living Room / Re: NAS Recommendations?
« on: October 06, 2011, 09:59 AM »
MSY are not retail stores in any traditional sense, instead they are warehouse outlets with limited and intermittently available customer advising/consulting. It's an outrage to pay twice the amount at more popular tech stores for the reason that they offer essentially the same product and level of service. I will not buy at one of these stores unless it passes four levels of price comparisons:

1. International eBay
2. Domestic eBay
3. Reputable non-eBay online shopping sites (such as COTD, TopBuy, CrazySales, etc.)
4. MSY or the stores next to MSY.

I don't remember the last time I bought anything from Dick Smith, JB-HiFi, or any similar tech retail stores.


In this case I suggest that you just ring MSY up to check and reserve stock and pick them up. Last weekend I checked every piece of info available to me before finally deciding to empty MSY's 4-bay NAS stock at Mitcham branch.

For a brand-new ReadyNAS RV+ RND4000, MSY could have charged you somewhere like $340 and have it still appear as the best option on the market.

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Living Room / Re: NAS Recommendations?
« on: October 06, 2011, 06:52 AM »
FYI: I got my READNAS'es from MSY: http://www.msy.com.au/

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Living Room / Re: NAS Recommendations?
« on: October 06, 2011, 06:34 AM »
* lotusrootstarch catches tram route 8 from St. Kilda to kick some butt in Toorak.

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Living Room / Re: NAS Recommendations?
« on: October 06, 2011, 06:21 AM »
Repeat after me: "I must remember to try StaticIce before I type these things."

UMart - 16kms straight down the freeway.


Hehe, I'm not sure his current location is in .AU.

Edit: however he's location on member map suggests that he's 10km away from where I live!

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Living Room / Re: NAS Recommendations?
« on: October 06, 2011, 05:47 AM »
I recommend it because it's cheap ($299).

I have 4 of these at home (8TB each, WD Green 2TB x 4) in addition to the my original 4 TeraStation Pro IIs (8TB each), and use them heavily on daily basis.

I run RAID 0 on all NAS and I can tell you that for me price is the only difference that makes...

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