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lancer0123

Dec 9, 2012, 5:55 AM

languages

Does this phone have Mandarin or chinese simplified language? If not can it be installed? Thanx Smile
lancer0123

Dec 9, 2012, 5:49 AM

languages

Does this phone have Mandarin or chinese simplified language? If not can it be installed? Thanx
stevereenie

Jul 1, 2012, 10:52 PM
over in the "Hands-On: Android 4.1 Jelly Bean" discussion:

Samsung GS3

Well I just ordered my 32gb Galaxy S3 at 2:20am last night. (they weren't ready at midnight even though the said it would be available online on July 1st. They begged off that claim by saying the meant PST)

Anyway.... is there reason to be hopefull that 4.1 will come to the GS3 any time soon?
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Jayshmay

Jun 28, 2012, 1:11 PM
over in the "Hands-On: Android 4.1 Jelly Bean" discussion:

Once a map is downloaded where do you find it on the phone?

I downloaded an area of the map of where I live.
I went to the Astro file manager, clicked on the folder called Download, anyway, I can figure out where the downloaded map is!
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tjobrien21

Jun 27, 2012, 5:04 PM
over in the "Android 4.1 "Jelly Bean" Brings Speed, Revamped Features" discussion:

Mid July..

Something tells me, Mid-July is for all Galaxy Nexus except Verizon. That will probably see Jellybean in 2013. :-/
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BigRed75

Jan 10, 2012, 2:52 PM
over in the "Sprint's LTE to Launch On 1900MHz Only" discussion:

Expect lower LTE speeds a la MetroPCS

Since they will be using the same 1900MHz for LTE. I think Sprint does a lot of spectrum there anyway though so maybe it won't be that bad.

It could work out for them with ESMR on the horizon. They gotta get rid of iDEN already. Isn't this the year or is it next year?
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Volaris

Jan 10, 2012, 3:09 PM
over in the "Sprint's LTE to Launch On 1900MHz Only" discussion:

What about 3G EVDO?

If they're launching LTE on their 1900 band (which is what their CDMA EVDO 2G/3G network works on nationwide)... won't that restrict/hurt 3G users more than the new LTE users? I thought their 3G network was already being hammered by all the unlimited data smartphone users they have?
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clemay

Jul 25, 2011, 9:45 AM
over in the "AT&T Lands Nexus S Seven Months After T-Mobile" discussion:

So it's a Galaxy S with NFC?

Specs seem exactly the same...

Where's our Galaxy S2!!!

Peace
hobble

Jun 23, 2011, 2:31 PM
over in the "Hulu Plus Now Available to Select Androids" discussion:

Why

even bother trying to compete with netflix? They should release an ad supported free version and a non-ad version for those that pay.
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island-guy

May 12, 2011, 4:34 PM
over in the "Netflix: Now Playing On Android" discussion:

No atrix support?!

Thanks a lot motorola Mad ?
What are these strict requirements?
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MadFatMan

May 16, 2011, 11:23 AM
over in the "Netflix: Now Playing On Android" discussion:

Yet ANOTHER reason to go with Sprint!

Any clue what this FREE application would do to your bill if you had data capped or tiered at 2GB or how your user experience would be compromised if you were throttled after exceeding what you carrier called heavy usage? It's NOT "pretty".

Between steaming Pandora on my car stereo or streaming Netflix to my tv via my EVO by way of HDMI video out my monthly data usage is sick! But this allows my EVO to live up to being the swiss army knife of moviles devices and that's not even addressing everything else that it can do for me when I don't have to watch my data use or worry about high bills or throttling my data speeds.

This is by far one of the more impressive apps since Slingbox and Pandora. Great 1st release!
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SquareCircuit

May 12, 2011, 4:46 PM
over in the "Netflix: Now Playing On Android" discussion:

Video out , 1GHZ and probally certain amount of ram

i believe it probably has to do a lot with the graphics capability of the phone for video out ,

i am no expert but i just assume that's why the Evo has support for it

anyone else know about other requirements that could be the reason some got skipped?'

sorry for the bad sentences long long day..
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cutboy1985

May 14, 2011, 10:00 AM
over in the "Netflix: Now Playing On Android" discussion:

CAN'T FIND IT!

I have the HTC Thunderbolt and can't locate it.
aviris

May 12, 2011, 4:36 PM
over in the "Netflix: Now Playing On Android" discussion:

No Galaxy S?

Really? That's nice and all for the other phones, but way to drop the ball on the same phone on 4 different carriers with the same specs as the others and a superior screen. Bravo.
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RobbieJnn

May 12, 2011, 4:20 PM
over in the "Netflix: Now Playing On Android" discussion:

yesssssss

slow time at work just received a swift kick in the family jewels
that1guy

Jan 12, 2011, 6:47 PM

Anyone with this phone?

What's the speed you get with the speedtest app on this phone on 3G?
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andy2373

Dec 17, 2010, 9:25 PM
over in the "Review: Samsung Nexus S" discussion:

ATT Version?

I guess they want to see if people will buy it before offering it compatible with other carrier's 3G bands. Confused
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maccmill

Dec 7, 2010, 1:38 PM

You guys are dumb

Use common sense now, its a GSM phone on T-Mo, itll have access to the HSPA+ and the camera is the same as the one in the other galaxy S phones so it will record 720p, and Flash support is native to android 2.2 so yes android 2.3 will definitely support it.
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muchdrama

Dec 18, 2010, 5:34 PM
over in the "Review: Samsung Nexus S" discussion:

Is it me--

--or are the photos for this review popping 'in' instead of 'out'?

I'm using the latest stable version of Chrome.

Great review!
jivetalker

Dec 14, 2010, 10:43 PM

Isn't this same as Galaxy S?

All of the specs are the same except Gingerbread 2.3. I have the Vibrant. Hope they will release update for 2.3 but won't hold my breath. Still waiting for Froyo 2.2.
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