Sender Number or Name(If exists in contacts) of text message sender is not Available and Showing No Caller ID. The reply button is also blocked. Help please...
viKKIYY, 29 Jan 2014A very nice phone.. everything it has what you want... good battery, good camera, very fast. I... moreDear vikkiyy u said u r from Hyderabad is from India is there any updates in india for it i could not find kindly reply me without fail
A very nice phone.. everything it has what you want... good battery, good camera, very fast. I had 80 character sms and some korean apps issue when i bought it but now it has been resolved by my local software person having shop here in Hyderabad Pakistan.. He flashed and root it, install english / custom rom and now my phone is up to date with latest 4.1.2 JB and with english custom rom.. Now its just list Galaxy S2 i9100...
my phone samsung s2 hd my phone is not getting update what is the problam pls help us
Hii friends i am using samsung s2hd lte phone of korean model. I am using this phone from past 3 months.I have a big problem with this.Phone is getting restart automatically when i am making calls and even pressing the buttons. Can any one tell me the solution for this problem.. And which version of OS is exactly suitable for this. Currently i am using 4.1.2 version Help me out please
Anonymous, 22 Jan 2014Sallam Faisal, I am using Samsung Galaxy S II HD LTE and problem with 80 character limited ... moreplz wipe the cache and erase all data by pressing volume up key powrr n home key then check I hope the priblem will resolve. .
Faisal, 17 Feb 2013W'Salam
I am so sorry i can't help you much in that because i don't have 3g in my country,... moreSallam Faisal,
I am using Samsung Galaxy S II HD LTE and problem with 80 character limited sms. Then I installed Go SMS pro but still I can't send sms with it too. I have manually entered the SMS Center number too but no luck. Can you help me in this regard. I am from Pakistan and using Ufone.
Mobilemaniax, 13 Jan 2014having same problem! but why? how can solve?? Update your firmware
facing problem on calling and not receiving call.automatically call ended.
nani, 12 Aug 2013Iam using shv-e120s.ANd the problem is we can not mix two calls. We can not put conference cal... morei have also facing problem with it. when I merge two calls, then cannot do so , plz also tell me what I can do to tackle this problem, please any body help me
Messages (SMS) are received without caller id. ie. sender name is shown as 'no caller ID" in message ibox, eventhough sender is in contact. being this, could not able to reply those messages. ie.reply button is disabled. how to rectify this?
please help me to resolve
Please do not flash any file which you are not sure about.
Please don't hold me responsible for any unpredictable situation.
You cannot flash a custom ROM while you are on stock recovery, thatís why you need to flash ClockworkMod Recovery (CWM-Recovery)
I find two methods for flashing.
You can use Odin to flash Custom ROMís and ClockworkMod Recovery (CWM-Recovery)
When to use Odin ?
Whenever you have a [ROM / Recovery] with .md5 extension you will flash it through Odin
When to use CWM-Recovery ?
If you have a [ROM / Recovery / Patch / Update] with a .zip extension you will flash it through CWM-Recovery.
In both the above cases the developer will mention how to flash.
Wire Brush means you have to flash through Odin.
The file you download will be in .md5.
when you will extract the .rar file you will find .md5 in it.
Card Brush means you have to flash through ClockworkMod Recovery.
The file you download will be with a zip extension, there will be folders and files in it, for example. [META-INF, system, boot.img etc]
No need to extract the zip, you will have to provide path of the zip in CWM-Recovery.
How to Boot to Download Mode/ coal mining mode (Only for Odin)
1. Hold down [volume down] + [home button] + [power button] (you will see a Yellow Triangle)
2. Press [Volume up] to enter coal mining mode/download mode
3. Open Odin
4. Connect USB cable
5. Windows will take a while to download drivers for download mode
6. ID:COM box will be highlighted
If you do not to intend to proceed in download mode then you have to simply pull out the battery, phone will reboot as usual.
How to Boot to Recovery
1. [Volume up] and [Volume Down] and [Power]
2. As soon as you see "Samsung" appear! release the Power Button ONLY
3. Continue holding the Volume Buttons until you enter CWM Recovery
There are apps in market which will help you reboot to [recovery / download mode / reboot / etc]
Flashing when you are on stock ROM
1. Download CWM-Recovery and ROM of your choice
2. Copy ROM to your device Internal Storage or SD-Card (in case of a .zip file)
CWM-Recovery is a replacement of stock recovery, it includes Nandroid backup, adb shell, advanced update.zip options and file browser for flashing custom Romís and do a lot more.
There are a few different ways to flash recovery.
Itís better to find md5 recovery as I have one for my E120S (e120s.recovery.tar.md5), so I flash it straight from Odin when I was on stock ROM.
I remember once I had a Touch Recovery.img file (page 110 by Socim) and I had to install it through Terminal Emulator and I was on Stock ROM ICS 4.0.4 through Kies, it did not let me run any scripts, might be because I did not have root access. But this method worked for me when I had root access in stock Gingerbread ROM, (thanks Socim).
Flashing Recovery.md5 file through Odin takes less than a minute. (around 8 MB file)
Flash ROM or CWM-Recovery Through Odin.
1. Reboot to download mode
2. Connect USB cable (Windows will take a while to download drivers in download mode)
3. Open Odin, (ID:COM box will be yellow and show 0:[COM..] if drivers are successful)
4. Select PDA and browse for .md5 file
5. Click start
6. Odin will show progress and will display Pass when done and will reset device
You can find a lot of Screen Shots for Odin if you google
Flashing Custom ROM of your choice
1. After flashing CWM-Recovery, reboot to CWM-Recovery
2. wipe data / reset
3. wipe cache partition
4. Choose "Install zip from sd"
5. Internal memory or external (sdcard) (where you have saved your ROM)
6. Some people say to wipe data again