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Where is the Tutorial section?

whs37

Android Enthusiast
Jan 29, 2011
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I am a new member here and I am quite impressed by the forum, it's members and the quality of the postings. As a "forum veteran" with over 25.000 postings on Windows forums, I am used to a Tutorial section like this one on my "home forum".
Maybe I just missed it, but if it is not there, it would be nice if it could be added in due time. I would think that with the vast subject area that this forum covers, members would make frequent contributions.
 
I am a new member here and I am quite impressed by the forum, it's members and the quality of the postings. As a "forum veteran" with over 25.000 postings on Windows forums, I am used to a Tutorial section like this one on my "home forum".
Maybe I just missed it, but if it is not there, it would be nice if it could be added in due time. I would think that with the vast subject area that this forum covers, members would make frequent contributions.

Hello, whs.

Member's contributions in device knowledge are posted in each device's Tips and Tricks sub-forum. Often there are tutorials, but most often individual items addressing known issues, etc.

Example: Samsung Galaxy S Fascinate Main Forum - Samsung Fascinate - Android Forums

.. and Tips and Tricks sub-forum: Fascinate - Tips and Tricks - Android Forums

There are also rooting tutorials in each device's All Things Root sub-forum's Root Guide Sticky: http://androidforums.com/fascinate-...-2-february-2011-2-49pm-central-u-s-time.html

I've placed your question in the Suggestion Box and Feedback forum, where the admins check regularly and gather ideas, etc.
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Thank you for the answers. I realize that there is a lot of valuable information on this forum. But some central place for tutorial type of information is useful. Maybe it would suffice to have a collection of links to those posts that are of an educational nature.
I realize that this is extra work. On the forum I linked, one Admin (who is a Microsoft MVP) spends half of his time just managing the tutorials - but he also writes a lot of tutorials himself.
I just thought I throw that idea into the ring. But this forum is very useful - even without a tutorial section. It is just a bit more cumbersome to find the bits.
 
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Thank you for the answers. I realize that there is a lot of valuable information on this forum. But some central place for tutorial type of information is useful. Maybe it would suffice to have a collection of links to those posts that are of an educational nature.
Each phone forum here has a sticky Phone Guide of all the useful links in its forum and subforums. Members would PM us if they think a thread should be added to the sticky or the staff comes across something that is 'sticky' worthy.

Example:http://androidforums.com/samsung-fa...21-january-2011-1-00-pm-central-u-s-time.html
 
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Each phone forum here has a sticky Phone Guide of all the useful links in its forum and subforums. Members would PM us if they think a thread should be added to the sticky or the staff comes across something that is 'sticky' worthy.

Example:http://androidforums.com/samsung-fa...21-january-2011-1-00-pm-central-u-s-time.html
Thank you Roze for the answer. I guess that is a good way of going about it. I realize that with the great number of devices, keeping it with the device forum is a good idea.
 
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