Pete! Posted January 8 Share Posted January 8 (edited) I don't have a smartphone. My (almost) 80 yo eyes and ears are not compatible with tiny screens, and tiny speakers. I'm NOT a Linux person, my experience is limited to a 1964 FORTRAN course, some 1980s DOS versions, and more recently Windows. I'm currently running Windows 10 home 22H2. I'm currently doing the 15 day test drive on "T-Mobile Home Internet". If it works out, there will be considerable $avings. So far I'm getting much better better speeds than advertised. BUT Online access to your account, appears to be designed for persons who already have a T-Mobile Phone. Access through their "app" is limited to Android, and Apple. There's no Windows version. I have a "trouble ticket" in process for browser access, but I'm not optimistic. I just installed the Windows "Subsystem for Linux". When I try to install the app from Google Play, I still get the message "This app is not available for your device". Windows Subsystem for Linux, is totally new to me... Is there something else I should be doing, or is the Subsystem for Linux incompatible with android apps? Edited January 8 by Pete! Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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