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Android 6.0 Marshmallow Beta sign up(Xperia Z3 only)

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Help beta test Android 6.0 Marshmallow, places are limited to 10,000 and you must be a resident of  Sweden, Denmark, Norway, Finland, Iceland, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, United Kingdom, Ireland or Ge…
hsf93 Avatar1y, 2m agoFound 1 year, 2 months ago7 Comments
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Damn it I just sold my Z3 yesterday to get a Samsung S6 lol
Signed up (UK) looking forward to some Testing
By the way, Lollipop for PC has just been released:
http://sourceforge.net/projects/android-x86/files/Release%205.1/
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z3 here on three - device or region not supported!!!


​turns out I was using an Italian .232 rom, switching to DE has allowed me in
Does state that some markets and carriers are excluded, that's really unfortunate though, I think they should include as many users as possible. To be fair they've increased the participation in the beta to include a lot more countries and upped the participant limit from 500 to 10,000 (Lollipop Beta to Marshmallow Beta)
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Unlimited Cloud Storage Backup, Lifetime Subscription, up to 3 pc's/macs, approx £57.70 one off fee

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For $89.99... Get unlimited, automatic backup for 3 computers, add more to your account anytime and backup all your devices, discs & thumb-drives Back up as much data as you need—there’s no cat…
reg66 Avatar1y, 3m agoFound 1 year, 3 months ago10 Comments
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10TB? Do you even know how long that would take to upload on an average ADSL connection? Years.

Obviously it wouldn't be great, but for those of us with faster upload speeds it makes more sense.

Except it doesn't really, because these services rarely make a profit and go bust or start kicking unprofitable customers. That or throttling them to the point of the service being unusable.
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well as long the company stays in business, i thought this was a pretty good deal for people that have more than 4 or 5 TB's of data. it's the price of a hard drive but can back up unlimited data. if you have say 10TB to back up, then it's a good deal IMO

10TB? Do you even know how long that would take to upload on an average ADSL connection? Years.


Kinda irradicating the 'sensibleness idea/theory' of this Companys' unlimited data streaming concept then, huh?, or .....
reg66
well as long the company stays in business, i thought this was a pretty good deal for people that have more than 4 or 5 TB's of data. it's the price of a hard drive but can back up unlimited data. if you have say 10TB to back up, then it's a good deal IMO

10TB? Do you even know how long that would take to upload on an average ADSL connection? Years.
Google drive allow a certain amount free then 100Gb for about £15 a year which is probably one of the safer providers.
If you don't mind the company Mega give you 50GB free and it's blazing fast. Might not put my prized files on it but great for most things.
A business model more doomed than Ovivo. A steady income stream only as the business grows with new customers, yet exponentially increasing costs.
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