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Posted by
*beep boop*
2 hours ago
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Credits to the team at r/PickAnAndroidForMe for compiling this information:


Note 1. Join us at r/MoronicMondayAndroid, a sub serving as a repository for our retired weekly threads. Just pick any thread and Ctrl-F your way to wisdom!

Note 2. Join our IRC, and Telegram chat-rooms! Please see our wiki for instructions.

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Posted by
S9, 6P
21 days ago
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Hello r/Android!

We're interested in your feedback about the subreddit's rules or anything else. Please fully read this before commenting, we'll try to keep it concise.

Note that this is a repost, as the previous thread didn't get much attention which kinda defeats the point (link). We'll take all feedback into consideration, no matter which thread you use.


Our rules have been slightly reworded

We went over our rules and slightly reworded/simplified some of them. The idea is to make them clearer, and easier to understand, and have the important information in the sidebar. This also makes them more consistent with the way we moderate, and should serve as a point of reference to the rest of this thread.

What's the rationale behind our most important rules?

These three rules are often misunderstood, so we tried to clarify them a bit.

  • Rule 2 (not allowing tech support): separating subreddits is the best way to allow users to choose what they want to see, as filters are either lacking or not available depending on the platform/app you're using. Most rule-breaking threads belong in r/AndroidQuestions or r/PickAnAndroidForMe, and we remove those while redirecting users to the appropriate subreddit. Some users don't like the separation as it means their tech-support questions get less attention, which we try to address as much as possible via the weekly threads and our sidebar. We don't think the alternative would be acceptable to most r/Android subscribers -- allowing all posts means users can no longer subscribe to the content they're interested in.

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Posted by
Sony Ericsson K700i
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Why is this still a thing that happens?

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