anonymous, 29 Jul 2016i don't know why some are saying network problem, sd card unreadable, otg not working, hanging... moreThere is no option to make sd card as default storage in j5 after MARSHMALLOW update, whatever i download its go to internal storage and than i had to move them to sdcard manually everytime and now I had only 550mb left and now i even cant download a movie, high memory games etc..
now i m really feeling regrat to download the update and install it...
Angry Bird, 31 Jul 2016which game u want to play in high graphics? San andreas?Both san Andreas and asphalt 8. Performance only gets worsen on higher levels
Used to be an iphone user thats the only thing they was good for updates other than that they a boring.
I had a 293mb update on mine too it was just a security update. Also I've got a s5 neo and it still hasent recieved mm this is a joke.
can anyone tell me whats the use of HALL SENSOR in J500F and how to use it??
Mark, 30 Jul 2016Will j500fn get marshmallow?Haha, LONG! I just got today 300 mb security update so for MM, i'd say end of the year ._.
Today i got new update (for J500FN) weighting about 300 mb but as i knew from the file size, it was mainly just a security patch with some optimization. It's like we Europeans live in the past when it comes to updates ._. Asian users already have MM and god knows how long it's been since they got this 300 mb update?!? This year would be nice for European users to receive MM... ...ffs, Slowsung!
Anonymous, 30 Jul 2016I didn't mention anytying about unable to roll back to official firmware hhahaha. You can do t... moreOf course you should download the higher version of the firmware if you want to upgrade, and I am also aware of flashing firmware via clockworkmod or twrp cause I'm also using that. We just don't understand each other and I honestly don't want to argue with a stranger over the internet, so bye.
Some of the functions are not working in my j500f. When i update it to mashmallow please solve these bug error
android1994, 30 Jul 2016Hahaha you're a noob. I actually owned several samsung devices and intalled different custom r... moreI didn't mention anytying about unable to roll back to official firmware hhahaha. You can do that anytime without a sweat and whats even more convenient is that you don't even need odin or anything like that to flash roms you can directly do it from your phone. You still doesn't understand that old caches needs to get wiped after installing new update if you don't then you are likely to face the problems some of the users are going through after update. Simply Backing up and restoring won't help this issue. So yeah hope I've educated you clear enough noob. You're welcome!! Hahahah
Anonymous, 30 Jul 2016You can't update firmware on a rooted phone with custom rom installed in it, can you? I said t... moreHahaha you're a noob. I actually owned several samsung devices and intalled different custom roms that I like (Cyanogenmod, Aokp, MIUI, ect.). And if I didn't like it, I can easily switch back to official firmware by using odin. And about the data back-up, Smart Switch is the official application for backing up data for Samsung devices.And by the way, I didn't mention anything about installing custom rom on my previous post. I'm done arguing with you, bye.
All things of j5 is good but ram and storage problem to small storastorage
Angry Bird, 30 Jul 2016only gta san andreas is playable at low setting due to 720p screen resolution otherwise all th... moreBut mine doesn't run smoothy on high graphics also 720p is better for gaming instead of 1080p lol especially for low entry level GPUs like adreno 306.
android1994, 30 Jul 2016First of all, you can still update your phone with official firmware even if you root your pho... moreYou can't update firmware on a rooted phone with custom rom installed in it, can you? I said this, because most of the times when people root their device, its because they want to flash custom rom in it. Of course you can uninstall just about anything once you root your device let alone preloaded apps. Also backing up data could still result in issue because the previous cache files could come into conflict with the new update. So inroder to avoid this, follow the steps i just mentioned and follow without hesitation and you'll be safe. Sorry to burst your little bubble but you're not better than me hahahahha
Anonymous, 29 Jul 2016Hahahahha if you root your device, you cant update official updates. If you're running out spa... moreFirst of all, you can still update your phone with official firmware even if you root your phone (flash the official firmware with odin, duh!). Second, if you want to back-up your data just use "Smart Switch" ( It's easier to use! ). And lastly, don't act like you know better than me, I've been using android since Eclair!
PS: Please read the post where I replied on. He said he wanted to remove the "preloaded stuffs"(bloatwares), you cannot uninstall bloatwares without root that's why I suggested to root his device. Is it clear to you now?