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kriztov
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howz dooz jooz get pokeymans on to an iPhone anywehs?

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George Watson
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From the strip title, it's an Android, which makes things like: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_g6gsPFoAlU possible, at a guess.

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Fuseblower
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I don't think I'd buy a new phone from anybody with a shirt that colour!

kriztov
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Yeah, I think the only company I know of that wear shirts that colour are Woolworths. They might be the Fresh Food People, but they are probably unskilled in the area of mobile phones

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Suilean Dubh
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My best friend had a clam phone where the top half broke off, however the bottom half still worked. She could make and receive calls, and talk to the people, but not hear them or know who they were. Upon this discovery, she said, "Awesome! Maybe I won't have to get a new one now!" And I glared at her.

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Junodog
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That happened to me, actually - except it wasn't a clam phone, it was just a German pre-paid phone that got a broken speaker. And, of course, it was the speaker that let you hear the other person talking, rather than the speaker that made the ringtones and the incoming text noise. I could still text, though, and I was scared of going into the store to get it fixed, so I kept putting it off until my year abroad was pretty much over. At least I had Skype...

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Maria E.
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... I'd do that too. =.=

Johnathon Stanf...
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Gasp! Can my phone Pokemon fight other people's Pokemon. Oh wait better, can my phone Pokemon fight other people's Digimon. I have been itching to beat an Angelmon.

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Bink
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The ultimate battle: WarGreymon vs Charizard.

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reynard61
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I don't even have a cell phone anymore. I had one for a few years, but the novelty wore off -- and the price was too high. Now I'm just not very hot on the idea of being on an electronic leash 24/7/365. I'll stick to my land-line, e-mail and Facebook page for "instant" communication for now, thank you...

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MelSkunk
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I am sad I cannot seem to get pokemon roms or any roms to work with my phone emulators. I am sad I do not have something I did not need on my phone for a year ;D

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Bink
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Which Android Phone did you wind up getting?

Also which Pokemon are you playing?

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canadaka
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she got the "HTC Amaze 4G" and I loaded on Pokemon Emerald since it was the newest one for GBA.
http://www.engadget.com/2011/10/15/htc-amaze-4g-review/

Emulator is called GBAoid, but its not available in the Android Market, but its easy to find and install from the .APK

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Bink
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Sweet, I'm a fan of the phones made by HTC, owning a Hero previously and an EVO now (I have sprint, obviously). I'll look in to the emulator too.

Ronald Riehn
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So's I found the emulator and the bios and such. But I can't find a werking ROM of any of the poke games. Suggestions?

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jonnythebum
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These aren't the Droids you're looking for.

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Jeziah
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I got an Xperia Play. The "PSP phone", y'know? Not any slower or less functional than another android, and the ram is dual-channel :) But the best part is the gamepad. Emulators which run smoothly with gamepad support: -GBC -GBA -SNES -N64 (no, seriously, SSB anyone?) -PSX
PSX emulators are by and large very finnicky, and the android versions are no exception. BUT, Sony actually went all the way and built in a direct official emulator on the Play. Just use the right utility to convert your rom to the app format and boom! Runs better than a PSX emulator on my desktop :) IlovemyphoneIlovemyphoneIlovemyphoneIlovemyphoneIlovemyphone
and yeaahhhh, Pokemon was the first thing I loaded. Yellow, GBC, Pikachu I choose you!

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