Anonymous, 23 Oct 2011I have owned the Galaxy S for almost 2 years now and besides it being a super slim, great wor... moreSame goes for you too!
You claim your Galaxy S is almost 2 years old. Where do you people get them from before their release date?
Praveen_1221, 24 Oct 2011Galaxy s I9000(2.3.3) user from last 18 months.
Samsung please hire software professionals al... more@ Praveen_1221
I have looked at various web sites and they all seem to agree that the Galaxy S was released in June 2010, which means that it has only been available for 16 months.
How come you've had one for 18 months?
Just for the record, my Galaxy S in running Gingerbread v2.3.5 and there is absolutely NO lag whatsoever!
all the people who have problems with the lag, lag alg, try upgrading to a custom rom Like Darky rom 10.2.2. I had a battery life of 8 hours Standby with Froyo 2.2 and now with darky rom its fast and lag free. I get 5 days with stanby. 3days of battery when using it regularly. I was a beginner with custom roms and it was very easy to do. Do remember if you do it incorrectly your phone will be blocked, meaning it will not work if you do it incorrectly..
In Applications, When I tap Calender but Calender did not open and options of Face Book and Google accounts are opened. Why ?
Galaxy s I9000(2.3.3) user from last 18 months.
Samsung please hire software professionals also, who can make your phones ( S & S2) lag free and updates faster.
I am saying the same from last year.
Whats the use of great hardware without functioning smoothly.
For Example, whats the use of front camera, when its not working with gtalk. Galaxy Ace which doesnt have front camera is updated with 2.3.4, whats the use.
though the download is successful when i download any song or ringtone in mp3 format, it do not plays when i restart my fone. it automatically change to mpeg format nd the fone do not support it. why is that so?
Guys, r we getting android 4 ice cream sandwich for Samsung Galaxy S ???
I have owned the Galaxy S for almost 2 years now and besides it being a super slim, great working phone that's always pleasing... it is Laggy :-( lag lag lag. stall here, choppy response there. it has 512 mb Ram, 329 mb available only and bout half of that which stable
Cause programs LOVE to randomly run in the background. love the phone but Hate what only the Iphone 4 doesn't have. Lag lag lag :-P gingerbread 2.3.4, Rooted Cwm.
AceCream, 22 Oct 2011Who has a good idea of rooting? I found 2 ways of rooting my phone either "Root XXJVO Gin... more@ AceCream
The version you want will be the version that matches your Kernel version in Settings > About phone.
Galaxy S needs ice cream with sandwich
so give it to him(samsung)
lets cross ur finger and wish
Who has a good idea of rooting? I found 2 ways of rooting my phone either "Root XXJVO Gingerbread ROM" or "Root XWJVH Gingerbread ROM". The thing is I don't know which one to choose? My "Baseband version" is "I9000XXJVO" and my "Build number" is "GINGERBREAD.XWJVH". Since I have both "XXJVO" and "XWJVH" I don't know which guide to follow if someone could kindly help me out please.
Go to: My files and create new folder whit name"notifications".Then enter the somename.mp3 file you wont.When you finish whit that go to Settings-Sound and select Notifications ringtone and select that somename sound
anumel, 21 Oct 2011How I can add tones of my choice in messages default tones ?Go to: My files and create new folder whit name"notifications".Then enter the somename.mp3 file you wont.When you finish whit that go to Settings-Sound and select Notifications ringtone and select that somename sound.
anumel, 21 Oct 2011How I can add tones of my choice in messages default tones ?@ anumel
Once you have created the notifications folder (as described in my previous post) simply put your custom tones into that folder. Then, open your messaging app, press menu > settings and scroll down the screen and tap select ringtone. Your custom ringtone should now be on the list of available tones.
All the best.
ksk, 19 Oct 2011will galaxy s i9000 get updated to android 4.0?
The following is an extract from Techradar.
" Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich update
Google has confirmed it is working on an Android 4.0 update for the Samsung Nexus S and other Android devices.
Director of Android operating system User Experience Matias Duarte told Engadget that Google is. "Currently in the process for releasing Ice Cream Sandwich for Nexus S. Theoretically it should work for any 2.3 device."
Motorola confirmed to TechRadar that the Motorola Razr will launch in the UK with Android 2.3, but that there will be an update to 4.0in 2012. "
So, it would seem that any phone that is capable of running on Gingerbread should technically be able to run Ice cream Sandwich.
anumel, 19 Oct 2011Default tones for Messages have very low volume. How I can change message tones other than def... more
As far as I'm aware the default message tone's volume will be the same for any custom tones you add, you just need to make sure that the Notification volume is set to maximum. Goto settings > sounds > volume and set notification volume to maximum.
To add your own custom tones, open My files in applications, press the menu button then tap Create folder. Name your new folder Notifications and put your custom tones into this new folder. Now, you can select your custom tones from within the messaging settings.
m not able to use4 voice commands.
n cant use speech to text in search n mesages,,,,
plz it will wonderful,,if any1 sought out dis...??m thnx in advance..!!