Paul, 11 Aug 2013What would you recommend?? Note 2 or Note 8.0 !! Pls reply fast....thanx! ;)If you want a phone get the note 2... if you want a tablet get the note 8.0......
guys plzz help me.. its been 6mnths since i got this fone. earliee i used to get 7-8 hrs apporx screeen tym n 1.5 day of battery.. bt recently since last 4 days i m gettin screen tym of 6hrs n battery runs out in one day.. any one ekse facing the same problem?? plzzz let me know.. and any solution?? thanks in advance..
shailan, 11 Aug 2013I really want to buy this phone , so please tell me tha problems with it and what phone would ... moreUnless you have S4 in mind, there is no better android phone than this .... plus the notes taking ability with the stylus is a life changer
Sure it does ... use it a lot
What would you recommend?? Note 2 or Note 8.0 !!
Pls reply fast....thanx! ;)
What would you prefer?? -- Note 2 or Note 8.0
please comment fast and thanx in advance!! :)
I really want to buy this phone , so please tell me tha problems with it and what phone would be a better choice
Hi all I just buy this is singapore do we have any Os upgrade its running with 4.1.2
moha.alaa, 11 Aug 2013guys i'm going to buy this phone tomorrow .. is this phone good or not ??? Its awesome ! Go for it !
Chetan, 11 Aug 2013Superb..... I have 150 applications . Games like fifa 2013 , asfalt 7 and vice city. Each s... moreIf you have about 150 games or other items of 1gb each, how did you get 150 gigabytes for the Note ii when you can only add 64gb to the main memory of the device which is just 16gb giving a total of 78gb. Even if you got the 64gb version of the Note2 to buy, that comes to just 128gb with the 64gb micro SD. Please explain your self or stop misleading people.
Superb..... I have 150 applications . Games like fifa 2013 , asfalt 7 and vice city. Each setup of thwse games about 1 gb or more. Running smoothly . No hang.
Gregg DesElms, 11 Aug 2013Both my anti-virus and anti-adware apps always display the total number of apps scanned; and a... moreRoot your Note II, install Greenify. It hibernates all designated apps, meaning they all stop waking up your phone. It's like performance as if it was brand new. I freeze or uninstall any type of apps with Titanium Backup.
In just 2 days, I've fully made my device automated like scheduled reboot, pulls up the daily satellite weather for me in the mornings, profile switching based on cell tower triggers, remote trigger using my old iPod or my wireless earpiece. The app is called Tasker. I'm trying to think up of new sequences according to how i want my Note II behaves.
what diff btwn korean made an vietnam made which one looks good and whch one is best????
how much time to take download a 100mb data in 2g network and 3g network......reply me.............
moha.alaa, 11 Aug 2013guys i'm going to buy this phone tomorrow .. is this phone good or not ??? I will say wait till note3 comes out.it's just a matter of 1 month.you will have choice of most powerfull hardware and software :)
guys i'm going to buy this phone tomorrow .. is this phone good or not ???
Don Hils, 10 Aug 2013Please with about 50 apps or more installed, does this phone lag? Please be honest if you know... moreBoth my anti-virus and anti-adware apps always display the total number of apps scanned; and after my most- recent wee-hours-of-Monday-morning automatic scans, those apps told me that I have a whopping 451 apps on my Samsung Galaxy Note II (SGH-i317/AT&T)...
...and it's still fast as greased lightening. Of course, it's not quite as fast as when I took it out of the box and only the stock apps were on it; but, believe me, it's now only a tiny, tiny bit slower, overall. It does, however, take a bit more than " little" longer to fully boot-up from "off" state than it did when first taken out of the box. But since I only do that once a day, in the mornings, after I get up, and while I'm in the shower, I couldn't care less.
Any phone, though -- even the Note II -- if asked to do too many things at once, will slow down. Running any Android phone requires some discipline regarding multi-tasking, and properly closing apps (by either using their "Exit" menu items, or using the BACK keo to back out of them, and actually close them, instead of simply bailing out of them and leaving them running in the background, by exiting them using the HOME button), else any Android phone will slow down.
This one, though -- this Note II -- is a screamer... no doubt about it. You will NOT, trust me, be disappointed.
Gregg L. DesElms
Napa, California USA
gregg at greggdeselms dot com