T-Mobile Delivering Android 4.1 Jelly Bean to Galaxy S III
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T-Mobile and AT&T are showing 8 hours. Verizon is showing 15 hours. Sprint and US Cellular are showing 9.2 hours.
Some seriously oddball battery times.
However, I think most of what you're seeing is simply different ways of measuring battery life. Unfortunately, the industry has yet to adopt a standard for measuring such things. So...
T-Mobile GS3 now has LTE support with JB update
UPDATE: I just did a online chat with Samsung support through it's website and they confirmed the this new update does support LTE please see below.
Please wait for a Samsung Agent to respond.
You are now chatting with 'Mikayla'. There will be a brief survey at the end of our chat to share feedback on my performance today.
Your Issue ID for this chat is LTK56402017979X
Mikayla: Hi, thank you for contacting Samsung Technical Support. How may I help you today?
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Shweeeet....... Still has that Touchwiz camera handicap though
This is great! Will my Galaxy Note and/or Galaxy S II get updated?
Eventually. I doubt that is top of their priorities though.
I know they were working on it already, iirc they had gotten those two to a final te...
Thanks for being last verizon
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Mobile Hotspot Question
Can someone test this or that already as knowledge let me know!
But I also have the Mytouch 4G and was using the mobile hotspot feature for about a year, and never wa...
HSPA+ on all bands?
UMTS 850 / AWS / 2100
So if you're in an AT&T area with HSPA+ in the PCS band you're SOL.
How does it interface? Is it controlled by software on the phone? Is there something that needs to be downloaded into the phone? Is it all controlled remotely through the in-dash unit? Any information that anyone has on MirrorLink specifically with the Galaxy S3 is appreciated.
This phone has a Barometer ?
What the hell does a phone need to use a barometer for? Is my phone going to predict the incoming weather patterns or something ?
If you have a handful of inputs from GPS and Wi-Fi networks, each GPS satellite and Wi-Fi access point is one distance reading, in a three-dimensional space. You need at least three...