On 05/19/2012 04:49 PM, James Knott wrote:
as long as their camera can deal with them.
I tried, but mine will not.
Gee... That's a shame. I guess everyone will have to stop using QR
codes, as your phone can't deal with them. ;-)
I've used them a few times with my Google Nexus One. I just open up
Google Goggles and it automagically recognizes the QR code and
produces the URL it points to. I can then touch the URL to open up a
browser on that site.
I do not think that is funny.
I wanted to know why and what for, not to have a pity party. I do not
need a $200 phone, since I do everything I want on my desktop and
laptops. Try getting a tablet or phone to include 3 TB of storage and
able to print to 4 different printers at the same time. So I do not
need to pay out for such a phone when I need other things, like 24
inch monitor and a second 2 GB drive.
If the LO site is liked by a smartphone QR code, then people needs to
make sure that the phones that can use these images can read the LO
site well. Not every one has a 7 or 10 inch display on a tablet
phone. It needs to be read by the smaller screens, like Blackberry
I just tried those QR codes and they all take me to where I can download
the Linux x86 version. The web site is quite usable on my phone, so yes
they do work with a capable device. Since you choose to not have a
smart phone, then you shouldn't expect yours to work with it. The
display on my phone is about 3.6"
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