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BobTravis360

Jan 16, 2021, 5:51 AM

Saving text messages on A20

Is there any way I can save text messages on A20?
69Rixter

Sep 8, 2020, 3:04 PM

Charging issue w/ Galaxy A20

2 weeks ago Galaxy A20 stopped "fast charging". Did a "reset" and that fixed the issues....for about 2 days.Reset again and again, phone stopped "fast charging" and now it takes about 10 hrs. to charge it up. Repair shop said "battery in fine working order". What can I do to fix this before I have to take it to repair shop?
rhermes

Dec 27, 2019, 9:47 PM

custom notification sounds

I have a new unlocked A20. MP3 files copied into the notifications folder do not show up in settings. I can only select from the default samsung notifications sounds.

Any one else had this problem?

Any one found a solution?
GravityFails

Sep 6, 2019, 8:32 PM
over in the "Samsung to Sell New A-Series Phones Unlocked" discussion:

Universal?

I can't find any information about whether the unlocked A20 will be universally compatible with all U.S. networks. Does anyone here know if this will be the case?

I've already got an unlocked S9 on Verizon, but the A20 has caught my eye as a potentially intriguing back-up candidate.

Any info on this would be very much appreciated!
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Mark_S

Sep 6, 2019, 10:54 AM
over in the "Samsung to Sell New A-Series Phones Unlocked" discussion:

Excellent

I have an unlocked A20 with no bloatware. Best backup phone I've owned. Great that Samsung has begun with their lower and upper midrange line in the US market. Not everyone can afford the S flagship series. The M series is great as well. The J series.... Meh
Mark_S

Mar 26, 2019, 1:57 PM
over in the "Samsung Grows A-Series with Four New Models" discussion:

A-Series

Will these models be available in the North American Market or just China and India that usually seems to be the case. Meaning just the J for Junk Series and the S for Super Expensive in the North American market. No M series as well for North America. Notice a trend? Either the Flagship or the Low-End phones for North America. No Mid-range selection at all.
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