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My first Android experience

A while ago, I made the decision to stop using Symbian and switch to the Android platform. With the budget I had, I searched among different options and finally decided on the old SIII and Xperia SP, which was Sony, and I bought it from Arian (the only official Sony warranty in Iran). The first phone I had was a Sony K310. Currently, I couldn’t establish a connection with the Notification Light or its bottom light, but the rest of its features seem great to me. Especially since Sony has said it will upgrade to Android 4.3. If I understand a positive or negative note while using it, I’ll write it here.

Recently, Sony has also announced that it will legally unlock the bootloader of some of its phones. Fortunately, the Xperia SP is also one of them. This means that you can install custom ROMs without the risk of breaking the phone.

ADSL – My First Experience with HamaraSystem

I recently signed up for HamaraSystem, a high-speed internet service provider, and let me tell you, my online experience has been completely transformed!

Before, I was using a dial-up connection, and it was a slow and frustrating experience. Pages took forever to load and forget about streaming videos or downloading music. But with ADSL, everything has changed.

I was a bit skeptical at first because I had heard some horror stories about ISPs not delivering on their promises. But HamaraSystem exceeded my expectations. The installation process was quick and painless, and the modem was up and running in no time.

The speed is simply incredible. I can now download music and movies in a fraction of the time it used to take with my dial-up connection. And streaming videos? Well, it’s a dream come true. No more buffering, no more lag – just smooth and seamless playback.

Of course, there are some limitations. My plan comes with a 2GB transfer limit, which I have to admit, is a bit of a bummer. But it’s a small price to pay for the incredible speed and convenience that ADSL provides.

Overall, I’m extremely happy with my decision to switch to HamaraSystem and would definitely recommend it to anyone looking to upgrade their online experience. If you’re tired of slow and unreliable internet, it’s time to make the switch to ADSL. Trust me, you won’t regret it!