Samsung Galaxy S 4 (regional CDMA)
1- Can't receive MMS messages (cricket service)- I can receive all other messages. Just not MMS. Yes it's included in my plan and I should be receiving them according to Cricket CS. I've restarted the phone, taken out the battery, put it back, etc. Re-did *228, checked all settings as much as I know, still it just gives me the little dancing dots whenever I try downloading an MMS. Wifi, 3 or 4G doesn't seem to make a difference.
2- Bluetooth connectivity in the car is fuzzy. It'll play a song, but start getting occasional distortions as songs play.
I'm still not getting messages from my iPhone bretheren since I switched over from an iPhone, but I kno...
This points to a need for HUGE changes in smartphone security
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First time I have seen this smart cover
Voice Command Activation
Example: with the I-phone, you simply push the lower center hardware button and you are immediately taken to Voice Command.
This is a terrific SAFETY and convenience feature. No more (1) push power button (2) swipe screen (3) press voice icon (or briefly push Search button) (4) Say 'hi Galaxy
4 steps instead of 1. Try that driving down the road.
If Apple has a patent on this, then pay them a royalty to use that safety/convenience feature.
Any other ideas or ways to a one-step method to get to Voice Command on Android?
had. If they do it would not make it a world like Samsung
meant it to to be, Big Red left it in its Samsung 3. Take notes Sprint.