My phone is a Samsung D900i and sometimes it annoys the fuck out of me.
If I want to change the display background, it pops up an “Are you sure?” box. Why? Oh no! If I get it wrong, I might have to change it again. On the other hand, when composing a text, if I hold down the button used for deleting single characters for 1 second, it wipes out everything I’ve written. No warning box, no “Are you sure?” – just splat and my carefully composed message is gone for ever. This happens to me a lot, usually near the end of a long text that has been difficult to compose, and I’m thinking hard about it and not noticing that I’m holding the button down while deleting the last word of my heart-felt… *pop* there it goes. Start again. Argh.
And then, once I’ve written and re-written my text, if I’m trying to send it from a dodgy reception area it gives me a prompt to try again or cancel.Â Fair enough.Â If I click cancel, it asks if I want to save it.Â The soft button that was “Cancel” then becomes the “No” button for “Save?”.Â Because when I can’t send a message due to poor reception I usually want to delete the fucker, rather than save it to send later, don’t I?Â That one was easier to remember the 10th time it deleted my message with no fucking warning.
Still, at least it makes sure that I don’t accidentally change my background by mistake because that would be REALLY bad.