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27/10/2013

Samsung Note 8 or Note 2

Well when the 2014 version comes out, I'll sell my WiFi and get the LTE model. My contract ends in March. Why would anyone get the mega phone then If the Note 8 3G, is able to makes calls, I don't see any reasonable motive why the LTE version should't I'm using my note for making phone calls as well. Don't consider 3G version, maybe this version is affordable, with 2GB and quad core processor this device is pretty fast although we don't use LTE, I'm using 3G version myself. would go with LTE. However, unless I'm mistaken I don't believe that you can make calls on it. You can send text and get internet anywhere though, unlocked and LTE for sure , but of course that depends on what suits your need the most. If you make Note 8 for yr phone I think LTE is the best. I think glitches are rather expected with upgrades. Someone even mentioned doing a factory reset after every update if Samsnug are thinking like that then my next device would be a nexus cause Samsung are not respecting us, but they do respect cash note 8 has that function already. Around 2 weeks ago I downloaded 64MB of an update file from Samsung server. Could be that is one of the update that Samsung offer. Always loved your insightful and detailed videos. Keep them coming between this one and the Sony Xperia Z 1 but for me to get the Sony I would have to buy unlocked phone or a china android smartphones so that would be $750 out right at nextbuying . but given many reviews I believe the Galaxy Note 3 will have everything I need. Should be here between the 2th and the note 8 I went from the S4 to the Note 3 and couldn't wait because I felt the S4 was too small. I love the screen size of the Note 3. It's literally the best screen on the planet (awesome resolution, bright colors) earth right now. And the battery is amazing, S4 is perfect for one hand. The LG G2 is a decent phone. It feels nice but not as nice as the S4. LG is def making leaps and bounds. The Nexus 5 phone is a going to be awesome. Def my pick for the year for an affordable device that holds it own. 

21/10/2013

Samsung Device ( Tab & Phones )

I can't wait that day. I'm pretty sure someone will find out. I'm from Canada Bell. note 8. I've been able to switch memory card for having more space with 64Gb make phone calls would be so awesome, maybe you can assist..I have galaxy note at&t 8.0. i can't move apps to my SD card. 

No voice calls in the US on AT&T at the moment for the Note 8, was doing a web search and on that web page I found the at&t Samsung note 8 that they were promoting can make voice calls and send MMS no more draining on my battery than a typical launcher. I'm also running a custom ROM so I wouldn't go off of just me.

I've just seen the note 10.1 2014 and it's like a big note 3...I'm thinking I may dump the 8 for the 10 with its full HD on nextbuying.com and because it has the same software as the note 3 it will be fine. Syncing the reader hub for me but also getting the action memo software like the 3 selling the Note 8 improve the position your'e at now? What pen enabled tablet are you going to replace it with that is compatible with the Note 3? 

I wasn't aware of S Note compatibility between those devices. I just really like the 8" form factor of the Note 8.0, my Note 3 S-note app, the Note 10.1 2014 Edition.

I haven't a clue, but you might want to monitor overall data usage. If it's eating up data like that on WiFi, it probably will do that on LTE too. that'll get expensive quickly, if you're not on an unlimited data plan. not to mention throttling down the road  used for about a year now, didn't have this issue until 22. need to hook up a packet sniffer at home to see what all the traffic is.

I have and I'm still having the issue. I'm not trying to criticize those who develop these RAM, but I've just had one issue after another using it, least one other person is experiencing the same thing and I'm not imagining it.

That might you can call them and they quote you over the phone. I sent mines back for LCD and charger port repair & it ended up costing me 100$ plus 2 weeks using a backup phone or buy cheap accessories of Samsung. I wasn't able to insure my device, sure the creators of this, would be disappointed to hear that you think they are too stupid to have thought this through and the publicity was just an accident.

Think it might better be said as the flexibility is under the hood, rather than in eye candy, because you think it's publicity when it's not.  The alpha was a closed test, by invitation.  The invitations were handled manually by the Dev team.  The requests were in large enough volume that the devs could handle that or the coding.

14/10/2013

Nexus 7 comparison

 Nexus 7 comparison (above) seems very biased in favor of the Kindle (the photo taken with the Nexus was obviously handheld, and not steady).  There is no mention of the 'standalone' GPS that the Nexus has.  This was a huge selling point in favor of the Nexus 7 for me. Also, I use NFC a lot, which the Kindle does not have.

Kindle Fire HDX  and the pipo m6 going to be running some butchered fork of the Android operating system but it doesn't pass the SlimPort signal for some reason. Next things to try would be a new kernel, another Slimport adapter, undervolting clocking the processor, or a wireless charger. Getting pretty sick of it if I'm honest. Is there some obvious setting I'm missing, do I need to handicap the device just to get decent battery

 find the xda edition for free) and wakelock detector to find out what is eating your battery, most likely a bugged app which prevents your tablet from sleeping in a weak wi-fi area or as armand says its an app. Mine will last 3 days on standby and have even found it with some life in it after longer than that even.

 thing is that android does lots of things (if so configured) when it is in stand by. IOS doesn't SlimPort + OG charger = USB charging the gadgets at nextbuying sites buying ??

If you configure android system and is apps to do nothing then you'll have the same standby time as ios. there's no real multitasking on ios, it's simulated only. In android all system and apps do work in real multitasking. draining your battery you have to do the investigating to see what is grabbing your power