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Zonked

In need of app testers

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hi Guys;

 

i need a favor from as many of you as possible. I am in the final stages of development for my Android app; so I need some testers... That is where you guys come in.

 

I need as many of you as possible with all different types of Android device. (different OS versions, screen sizes, ROMs etc)

 

It will be about a week before I send the app out, I was wondered if any of you would be willing to help.

 

When I send out the .apk there will be a form that goes along with it that I would like you to fill out; it will include your device, screen resolution/size, OS version, ROM. It will also include a feedback sheet.

 

Everyone that helps will receive the full pro version of the app for free when it is released on the market, should they want it.

 

I understand the app will not be to everyone's taste and some won't obviously like it; I am just more interested in how it behaves rather that an opinion of the app itself.

 

Any help would be hugely appreciated;

 

Thanks guys.

 

(P.S I have used the Android emulator, but I hate it; I feel actual devices will give me a better representation)

 

I have so far;

Nexus 4 - Stock
Nexus 7 - Paranoid Android

HTC One X - CM 10.1

HTC Legend - Stock
Samsung S3 - Stock


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Does your phone need to be rooted? And what is this app, and what is it meant to do? I have a stock s3, if you tell me what this app will do i will be happy to help.


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I have an SGS3 and SGS2, if you need something like that. Both the phones are running with 3.1.2 but the SGS3 is rooted. (EU version of phone)


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Posted · Original PosterOP

Excellent guys!!

I am interested in all of your devices, and no you do not need to be rooted.

I should be done within a week or so so I will let everyone that is interested know where to get the required files, just need to get my exam on Wednesday out of the way first.


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@Zonked im willing to help out but i am wondering what kind of app is it?

 

BTW i have a SGS2 v4.1.2


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Posted · Original PosterOP

All will be revealed in good time sirs :)


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Galaxy II -> Omega v12 Android 4.2.2

Note 10.1 -> Omega v2.1 Android 4.2.1

Depending on what the app does =P


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I have a ZTE Blade (kind of, modified by the carrier) with CM 7.2.0 (Android 2.3.7).

I'm willing to test it... for science! (Depending on what the app does as well!)

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I have a Samsung galaxy tab 10.1 with android 4.1 (an old high end tablet)

2 samsung galaxy europa's with android 2.1 and 2.2 (an old low end smartphone)

and a samsung galaxy mini with android 2.3 (a more recent low end smartphone)


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I have a stock htc one. Would be happy to help out.


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I got a stock Nexus 7, I'm up for it :)


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I have a T-Mobile (United States) Galaxy S III. It's running the latest available build of AOKP, meaning Android 4.2.2. It is obviously rooted, but most settings are set to be like stock android.

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