I also have a gameboy emulator on droid. lol
I played Pokemon Blue for quite some time. Im too old to really be familiar with pokemon to be honest, but my little brother played it growing up, so I went to him for pointers =P
I actually hate Apple with a passion (although I have Apple products). They make everything so freaking difficult..
They really do. I owned an iBook (Prior to the popular Macbook craze) and 2 ipods.
and have had nothing but huge issues with their support. Apple was part of a class action lawsuit involving their laptop chargers....they were shorting, and causing fires. LITERALLY CAUSING FIRES!!!
Mine fried out, lucky the laptop wasnt damaged, and so i brought it in for a replacement, thinking, hey here's the lawsuit paperwork, I registered my serial number, registered my product, they'll hook me up.
NOTHING....they refused to give me a charger. THEIR DEFECTIVE charger!!! So of course I had to spend $79.99 just to use my $1000 laptop.
My mom bought me an ipod touch 2 christmas' ago, and the thing was awesome. Last summer it bricked, wouldnt power up. Wouldnt connect. Just dead.
So i contacted apple support, and I couldn't read my serial #, because in what i believe to be an intentional *******ing, they made the backs of ipods metal so that they would wear off. they wouldnt even talk to me without pre-paying $100.
So never again. Never again. My family has purchased THOUSANDS of dollars on apple products, and we cant even get service. We have count em; 4 iphones, 2 laptops, 4 ipods, and 2 ipads, and I still cant get customer service. So **** em....
I remember once my brother's phone wouldn't charger, because the little opening on the phone where the charger is supposed to be inserted had something wrong with it, and they replaced the entire thing. Shocked they didn't do that with your charger.
Here's what I have a problem with. Suppose you buy a new laptop and want to transfer all of your music from your iPhone, iPod touch, or whatever to the new laptop..guess what..you can't :D They make sure you don't have the software or the intelligence to do so, so you can buy ALL your music from iTunes and make more money. There was a way you can go into your PC and click some button (Apple had it unclicked obviously) so there was a way to transfer your music to your new computer. They found out that people find out and did away with it. I asked a guy at the store if there was a way I can do this, and he told me there wasn't, that you would have to buy new music or pay for an outside software. I didn't want to pay...and luckily I found a free website called "Sharepod" that will transfer all your music, videos, everything onto your computer and iTunes for free.
I know it's a business, but that's pretty messed up that someone would have to buy THOUSANDS worth of songs all over again just so they can have it on their computer.