Shhzd amar, 04 Dec 2015What say? Should we wait for the official firmware or flash it manually?i think we should wait for the original firmware because that is best for us
[Firmware Download] Finally Samsung Galaxy Note 3 NEO (SM-N750) official Android 5.1.1 Lollipop is Rolling-out
Check it out sammobail.com
Shhzd amar, 04 Dec 2015Can't we flash the russian ROM into our device? The ROM is for N750, I guess if we would be ab... morebro some people try the russian firmware in indian nite 3 neo nd they had no problems only added some extra russian software
Rio141, 04 Dec 2015me too broCan't we flash the russian ROM into our device? The ROM is for N750, I guess if we would be able to flash it?
Shhzd amar, 04 Dec 2015Hope that it doesn't get delayed that much..!me too bro
Rio141, 03 Dec 2015every samsung phone got update in india after 3-4 months of korean rolling outHope that it doesn't get delayed that much..!
Shhzd amar, 03 Dec 2015I don't know... every samsung phone got update in india after 3-4 months of korean rolling out
My mobile is 1 month old some times the camera failed to open when charging is less than 30% and some times the camera is opening
Shhzd amar, 03 Dec 2015How do you know?bro tell me one phone's name which had got update in india after 1 month of korean rolling out
Rio141, 02 Dec 2015but the route is very long How do you know?
its almost 2yrs since i buy my n3n and now the year end until now no update im still using jb 4.3
Good news. Note 3 Neo Exynos Hexa version got Lollipop update in France and Russia.
Samsung released Lollipop update for Note 3 Neo Exynos Hexa in France.
nick@007, 02 Dec 2015keep calm bro for 1 0r max 2wks.. it takes more then that
nick@007, 02 Dec 2015keep calm bro for 1 0r max 2wks.. it takes mpre then that
userK, 26 Nov 2015please some one tell me why my n750 device all ways show full ram even when i am not using any... moreAndroid OS always "preload" a lot of your most used apps. In additioin, when you leave an app, the context remains in case you launch this app again.If you really want to close an app: just press the 'home' physical button, hold it for 2 seconds and you will have a menu where you will see all the apps that are running actually. Then you can swipe right or left the one you want to close.
RAM management is really nice on android: when RAM is needed, the OS will completely shut down some apps to gain space.