Gys I dont have an external SD card on my Galaxy S,Im planing to put one,a big one,Im asking can I save my programs in the same way like in internal Sd to the external SD card...
spongebobrn12, 11 Jul 2011hi, im bob from philippines. Im having BIG trouble connectng to my providers network/internet ... morehi bob, hows your galaxy now? im planning to buy one so im reading reviews. can you tell me more about it? i want to know from you coz im from the phils too. thanks
Bujji, 11 Jul 2011Its nice but Poor battery back up@Bujji
Battery life on mine will typically last for two days of moderate use which is very good for a smart phone.
Battery life is always dependent on how the phone is used. If you listen to music a lot or browse the web or play games then obviously the battery won't last very long.
ranoon, 10 Jul 2011what about the camera guys, it's without flash
tell me more about it :S@ranoon.
The camera is what you should expect it be as a mobile phone camera. Not brilliant but not bad either. The software that drives the camera has some very nice features like Panorama, smile detection and a slow shutter speed setting for capturing shots of fireworks without the blur.
Night shots won't be very good though as there isn't any flash.
All the best.
ranoon, 10 Jul 2011what about the camera guys, it's without flash tell me more about it :Sit's quite a good snapper...alas it performance is desirable in low light...not to mention in dark,still a pretty decent camera though
Wat a wonderful phone i nvr ever saw this much efficient phone, thanks samsung
hi, im bob from philippines. Im having BIG trouble connectng to my providers network/internet (3g). I asked samsung service centers but they could do nothing. SUN cellular claims that they still have NO HANDSET SETTINGS FOR THIS..what?? samsung galaxy s is sold in the philippines since last year yet they want to say that it is hopeless to connect to the mobile internet? please help!! im using a postpaid SUN sim...(no prob w/ wifi, though)
dear allllll.....i just lost my speaker with in a month of time...........
Iam checking with dealer ...let us see....
what about the camera guys, it's without flash
tell me more about it :S
j0n, 10 Jul 2011the concept of internet pass through is that you can used your home internet access on the cel... more@jOn.
Now I understand the concept of internet pass-through. However, I don't understand the need for it.
What is the actual point when I can connect wirelessly via my router from anywhere in the house or garden, instead of hooking the phone to the PC via USB which is a bit of a ball ache by the looks of it.
It's also telling that no other manufacturer has bothered with it because there isn't any demand for it.
j0n, 10 Jul 2011the concept of internet pass through is that you can used your home internet access on the cel... more@Freefaller.
I've just done a quick Google search for HTC internet passthrough and it seems jOn is correct ( although, if he had explained himself a bit better there wouldn't be any confusion ). You can plug your HTC into a PC/laptop and use the PC's internet connection to browse the web on the phone. A sort of reverse tethering.
Mind you, it doesn't excuse jOn from being a Troll though.
the concept of internet pass through is that you can used your home internet access on the cellphone by not using any 3g that consume your load by just plugging the usb cable to the pc and phone and by that your cellphone has a internet access not using any 3g
I'm having a hard time understanding what it is you're trying to say, so I'll explain as best as I can.
When you are in range of your Home Wi-Fi network pull down the Notification pane and tap the Wi-Fi button. This will turn on Wi-Fi and connect to your home router for internet access on the phone. Are you with me so far?
Whilst Wi-Fi is enabled, the providers HSDPA will NOT be used.
However, if you still want to disable HSDPA then simply long press the power key and tap Data network mode to disable HSDPA. Tap it again to turn it back on if you need. Simple.
j0n, 10 Jul 2011ah using your internet from your pc not on your 3G cellphone...thats INTERNET PASS THROUGH onl... more@jOn
Are you right in the head? ALL WiFi enabled smart phones can do this, not just HTC.
If you're going to Troll at least come up with something intelligent.
ah using your internet from your pc not on your 3G cellphone...thats INTERNET PASS THROUGH only HTC has that features on the fone...desire s,wildfire s bcoz i have that kind of unit right now
Nick, 10 Jul 2011Ray, do you know of an app that can control the internet connection type? For instance: when t... more@ Nick.
I really can't recommend any apps because I'm not the sort of person who bothers with putting apps on my phone ( the SGS is pretty much wasted on me then ). So, to turn 3G off, press and hold the power key and tap " Data network mode ". That will disconnect your 3G network and will still allow SMS and calls.
Hope that helps.
Nick, 10 Jul 2011Ray, do you know of an app that can control the internet connection type? For instance: when t... moreDue to some reason in the Android OS you cannot disconnect 3G in one move.
I have downloaded an free app that does it in 2 moves instead of the usual 4. It is called 'My Settings', and can be identified with a round blue icon with a white cog wheel on it. It also has shortcuts to other settings that I change regularly as well.
Nick, 10 Jul 2011Ray, do you know of an app that can control the internet connection type? For instance: when t... more@Nick:
yes, in wi-fi settings in advanced option you can configure wi-fi sleep policy.