Before I got my iPhone had a Samsung Note II. It was the T-Mobile model, which was made in China, unike Sprint/Verizon/AT&T models which were made in Korea and I CAN VERIFY IT ISN'T A KNOCKOFF AS SAMSUNG PROVIDED ALL REPAIRS AND ALL WERE UNDER WARRANTY. It was unreliable which was why I sold it and got the iPhone; crashed in Instagram, had a broken camera and USB port, and a broken battery meter, as well as software issues. It had to go in repair 10 times and all repairs took from a week to a month. Because of this I sold the phone and bought myself my current iPhone 4S (Note that I got my Store job after I got the iPhone in mid-2013, so I wasn't a genius who carried around a phone made by the S-word company running the A-word OS, just what all users and fans hate!). That was the end of me and Android, right? Well, WRONG. My dad lives in China, and occasionally comes to America to visit me, usually bringing something over. Usually it was just Chinese cookbooks because I'm a foodaholic, but last month he brought me a surprise: a Chinese 7.9" Android Tablet (Shenzhen Ployer MoMo Mini 7S if anyone was wondering) for getting back into university and getting my job back. It looked like an iPad Mini without the home button in the front, and your typical 'Droid tablet in the rear. It had a 1.2GHz quad core CPU, unknown GPU, unnown RAM, and 8GB storage, running Android 4.3, just what my old Note II ran. He also told me that he was staying for a few months so I had to use it when he was around. When I used it, it seemed like it was in a semi-rooted state all the time, and had many problems. I tried fully rooting it and unrooting using a spare Windows PC I had, and it just got completely "bricked" as the Android community likes to say. I still have it just sitting in a drawer in my room, my dad left, and it comes in handy sometimes as a paperweight or something to hit my girlfriend (JK about the latter). Therefore, from my experiences, Android devices are unreliable. However, are there any "reliable" Android devices or good experiences with any Android devices?