heavy user king, 05 Apr 2014Hi TheNeighbor, i bought my note 3 about 4 days ago and using it extensively... one quest... moreI do experiencing the same like you for heating of phone with moderate usage. my model is N9005 LTE. can any body help what could be reason. I was using note 2 before this and no such problem i faced with note 2. its annoying for such a premium gadget.
yes. i got notification for kit kat for my n9005. soon m going to update :) thanks bro.
I think one of my friend here was asking about N9005 Update in UAE.
So Congrats, 4.4.2 is seeding in UAE.
But be careful and get reviews from your mates before upgrade. It's better to have stability rather than hard days!
TheNeighbor, 09 Apr 2014And what of your "bad" battery experience? Care to ellaborate? I think that all t... moreLOL! It's like the umbilical cord of their phones is always attached to the mother power bank charger.
BATTERY FIX: Try tweaking your kernel's frequency and set the clock to 1.4Ghz (max) and 300Mhz (min) using "powersave" as your governor and "test-iosched" as your i/o. Battery Life will be longer without having the speed too compromised ;)
raj, 08 Apr 2014Very bad experience about batteryAnd what of your "bad" battery experience? Care to ellaborate?
I think that all the heavy users of uni-bodied devices like iPhone, HTC One and Xperia are just tolerent about having to carry chargers and power banks most of the time. Very ironic that they need to keep plugging in their good looking devices half the time they're using them.
Anonymous, 08 Apr 2014I think TheNeighbour is using one, should be ok. Personally it makes the phone too bulky and y... moreNo, I don't use an extended battery... yet. I want to now, but changing the batteries when needed keeps the Note 3 thin. I'm planning to get the Zerolemon 10,000mAh capacity costing $60. With the heavy way I use my Note 3, it could last me 2 days on a single charge.
It would probably take 6 to 8 hours to charge, but that can be done while you sleep. It comes with a shock resistant exterior case, like Otterbox's Defender series.
Exterior battery jackets, the kind iPhone users use, only works like a power bank and will only give you 60 to 70% of what is indicated. Very inefficient, and heats up the unit. It becomes dead weight in 1 to 2 hours after you spent "charging" your device.
A removable battery system will still hold ground, until battery technology gives more than twice with the sane size now. An extended would just keep you really wireless for days, not have to carry charger or power bank at all. You'll never have this option with HTC, Apple and Sony.
asyyrafi, 07 Apr 2014what about note 3 batery?? Very bad experience about battery
porsche, 08 Apr 2014I heard about 6400 Mah battery for note 3 ..Is this a rumor or what ...and if not,is there any... moreI think TheNeighbour is using one, should be ok. Personally it makes the phone too bulky and you would be better off with a second genuine battery.
teto, 08 Apr 2014i hate ascending ringtone ... is there any solution ?Use a ringtone that is not ascending and set all the volume to maximum!
I heard about 6400 Mah battery for note 3 ..Is this a rumor or what ...and if not,is there any harmful effect by replacing my 3200 with 6400 Mah ? thanks
Tcool, 08 Apr 2014Go to Korea and buy from Samsung mobile phone factory.awesome answer (Y)
can anybody just give me an idea about n9000 processor. Is it two processors (1.9+1.3) or one (1.9). which one is available in india.M confused between 2.3 snapdragon 800 processor and 1.9+1.3 eryxnos .
Is this device supports slow motion video option like iphone 5s,?
Tell me... that my note 3 hangs up sometime when i use continuosly for an 3 to 4 hours. Are there is any suggestion for overcome that problem??
Finally, the beautiful minimalist designed Z2 has an initial review, with Sony improving the battery time to roughly the same usage time as the way I use the Note 3. According to Android Authority:
"With the screen on for about half the duration, the battery went down to 75% in about two and a half hours. Keeping up this usage level, which rarely happens, the battery would last for around 11 hours."
But that's just with no indication of having notifications on, or that LTE was being utilized. And a fixed battery is still a disadvantage compared to a removable type, where you get a full charge again in a minute. Carrying a charger or power bank just defeats the minimalist concept of having a sleek device yet keep it wired to a power source half the time you're using it.
Unless the battery technology leaps to doubling or more with usage time per charge, I hope Samsung has the removable battery system still with the Note 4 this year. I just keep my Note 3 wireless with my heavy usage, and not worry or need to conserve since I can just change to fresh batteries.