Anonymous, 31 Jan 2011Yes,Flash is built in on Froyo 2.2 I live in uk and I checked there is no adobe flash support in firmware 2.2....! I have phone from orange and can anyone tell me in galaxy s can we make apps folder like iphone4 and desire hd?tell me how?Gps, facebook,skype work in galaxy s??thanks
It's a very good phone with a big battery and with Darky 9.1 extreme rom it's a very fast phone
very good phone i like it, ip phone 4 g disply dell camra i pnone 4 not clear but samsung glaxy 19000 camera cleaar such a good phone big disply
you would be very kind if you tell where i can download app for rooted galaxy? and how can i install it?
does this phone have adobe flash support in the latest firmware? Anyone plz reply soon cause i'm interested to buy this phone.
iphones are highly overrrated. compared to Galaxy S Android. they are crap.
People pay for a LOGO .. iNuts aren't too tech smart or they would never buy an iphone.
Anonymous, 31 Jan 2011the best phone ever mabe....
no i phone can come near itYeah best phone ever except, there is no flash for the camera and that sucks a lot.
Check out this video about unbricking your Samsung phone. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qcpjl3q8fFk
this is not a bad phone.. been using it for a few weeks.. starting i was very disappointed with this phone cos it is v slow and lag when i ugrade from 2.1 to 2.2 and sometimes it hang or went black screen and must wait for very long.. but yesterday i upgrade/flash the software to 2.2.1.. and it really works very well.. no lag at all(so far til now).. HIGHLY RECOMMENED to upgrade to 2.2.1.. You will feel a very big differences... ^^
Anonymous, 30 Jan 2011what a stupid expensive phone had this for 1 day and took it back, iphone is much better with ... moreGalaxy S with Android 2.2.1 is far better than IPhone4. On only one days use you did not even try rooting it and install any lagfix, and you did not upgrade to the official 2.2.1 update.
Most apps install less than 20 mb on the internal memory, the rest is installed on the sd-card, so 2 Gb is more than enough.
[deleted post]"Android apps are written in the Java(TM) language, and compiled by the JDK's javac compiler" se here http://weblogs.java.net/blog/o...android-java
There are many converters for drm protected audio and video files so they can be played in Android
We all know that Symbian can do almost anything, but it does everyting so bad, almost unusable, that it is mostly intended only to look good in the list of specs in the store to fool buyers to spend money on Symbians.
What can Symbian do that Android can not do yet, besides "USB-on-the-GO"?
Android is a young and modern os that evolves very fast, so if there is anyting users want it to do then it will probably be able to do it very soon. Symbian is an old outdated os, that is almost not evolving at all anymore, it is mostly the same as it have always been, with the added capacitive touchscreen, and it only still exist because MeeGo still is to bad to be used in any smartphone.