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Post time 2019-10-3 21:57:16 | Show all posts |Read mode
Hello. I have purchased this phone, arrived yesterday brand new from Amazon. I cannot download files with any browser (firefox, duckduckgo, etc). It only lets me download files with Google Chrome.

I really do not like Chrome and wish to never use it.

When i try to download a zip file with firefox, i get the message:

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Post time 2019-10-11 13:19:23 | Show all posts
I myself don't use Chrome browser eoth.. I use Microsoft Edge browser...it does allow me to download using the other browser with no issues here...they appear in the downloads area as expected when using file app/

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Post time 2019-11-20 16:59:25 | Show all posts
I am really intrigued by this phone but haven't seen much in terms of reviews, etc.. so it's nice to see this thread. I'm long overdue for an upgrade from my OnePlus 2 and originally tried purchasing a Redmi Note 5 but it got lost in transit so I was opting to wait for the RN7 (in Canada so need Global Version). But then... I stumbled across this on Banggood and it seems just, too good to be true?! On paper it seems better (more battery, ROM, Stock Android, NFC) and at least on par (SoC) to the RN7 and the price is pretty solid. I am not very familiar with China phones other than being told "Xiaomi = Good, UMiDIGI = Bad" so I am curious how the F1 stacks up and how the company is overall.

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Post time 2019-12-17 17:57:00 | Show all posts
Edited by JonnyJobin at 2019-12-19 02:12  

I need to buy an oven/cooktop that makes me happy to cook with for the next 5+ years, and I have no idea what I'm doing! You're my only hope, Reddit.

Budget is around £1200 (~$1900), ideally including installation. Looks like that's the high end of residential or the low end of commercial (would I even want a commercial unit in my house?).

What I need:

Freestanding combined oven/cooktop, so I can keep it when I get to replacing the kitchen units

Gas burners

Less than 100cm width

Questions:

Temperature accuracy - I use my immersion circulator multiple times a week, so it seems strange that most ovens don't even list a calibration range. What kind of precision can I expect?

Do I want an electric oven? That's what I've always had, but I want a gas cooktop either way, so would a gas oven be a better bet?

Are commercial units better to use, or are they just more hardwearing? Happy to pay a premium for quality, but if I'm only cooking 1 or 2 meals a day, then would it be a waste to buy something designed for 12 hour/day use improve your home?

What obvious questions have I forgotten to ask, thus betraying my stunning ignorance when it comes to large expensive appliances?

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