can a higher volt battery be used in s2? and is it available in the market?......
can n e 1 help me with these Questions.......Alok
next week i am going to buy s2 can anyone tell me how is the battery life of the s2....
Finally the updated version of this phone in Australia has finall been available, the 2.3.5, it use to be a 2.3.3. I just did it by clicking in the setting, about phone then click software update and it download by itself, I didn't need kies or any PC to do it I just did it through this awesome phone, there's heaps difference now on my , it solve my battery problem and there's a lot of extra feature on it. So c'mon fellow Oz update it phone now.
Whats its latest Price?
and can the yellow and pink screen problem be fixed by update?
is there any other problem the users are experiencing?
and is there any other good Samsung phone like this at cheaper rates?
i am planning to buy a new one
DAVID, 09 Dec 2011Hi Lishan, If i upgrade the version using my phone, will all my data will be lost??? thanksNo,you will not lose any data.I didn't lost any data..
Anonymous, 09 Dec 2011The battery life of the one I bought in Nigeria is too short. It doesn't last 24 hours. Why is... morePls the one u bought from Nigeria have screen and overheat problem cos am in Nigeria want to buy thanks?
i agree with TC..i have a white sg2 and it does not heat up..even after continued use for 5/6 hours.
This phone is absolutely great cannot fault it, no problems at all.
ithehappy, 09 Dec 2011Nope, if you update via Kies or OTA. Yes, if you update via Odin.I update it through my phone without connecting to any pc...
Tired now !! Even though my fav. smartphone is s2,
I need an s2 killer smartphone which beats s2 in every aspects. Can I have one? can you name any?
hey, my galaxy s 2 earphone is not working well, must adjust it few times will only work, anyone had this problem? it must enter half way only work
Shankar, 09 Dec 2011Does this phone heat? It sure does!
It heats a lot even if you're just trying to get a GPS fi... moreI agree.
The Nexus confirms the various problems with the S2.
Strange how things get fixed, now.
Shankar, 09 Dec 2011Does this phone heat? It sure does! It heats a lot even if you're just trying to get a GPS fi... moreMy S2 get a stable GPS-satellite-fix in less than 30 seconds from within my "bunker"-appartment!
Anonymous, 09 Dec 2011To your attention:
A user on the xda-developers forum posted images of his friend’s Samsung... moreOne faulty battery! Any battery on any phone, even those from Apple and Nokia, can have this very rare problem/defect!
Funny how this happend immediately after an iPhone 4 spontaneously combusted aboard flight in Australia! The iPhone 4 combustion had many witnesses, but the "explosion" had no witnesses at all and could be just a story made up by an Apple-fan!
Shankar, 09 Dec 2011Does this phone heat? It sure does!
It heats a lot even if you're just trying to get a GPS fi... moreS2 does NOT heat up more than any other smartphone today! I actually streamed HD Flash 11 movies for 4 hours and 26 minutes, using the official 2000 mAh battery made by Samsung for S2, and my S2 did not even get warm at all!
My S2 does definetly not have any "yellow tiniting" problem at all, and the pink spot "problem" is fixed when updating the firmware!
To your attention:
A user on the xda-developers forum posted images of his friend’s Samsung Galaxy S II Skyrocket, which supposedly exploded in the man’s pocket. “He said he heard a sound, [felt] a burning sensation on his leg and as he pulled this piece of junk out of his pocket he smelled burning,” the forum user wrote. “There was smoke coming out of his pocket and out of the phone.” It does not appear that the man was injured by the smoldering smartphone. Additional images of the fried Galaxy S II Skyrocket follow below.
Does this phone heat? It sure does!
It heats a lot even if you're just trying to get a GPS fix or establishing a WiFi connection (both take time and are far from perfect).
If it wasn't for the "Yellow tinting" problem, Samsung wouldn't have abandoned Amoled "PLUS" screens which have proved, beyond reasonable doubt, to have this problem.
It Samsung didn't recognise the "Pink Spot" problem in this camera it wouldn't have 'reversed' into 5MPX in their new flagship, the Nexus. Samsung claims it is meant to avoid chromatic aberrations, which means they recognise the problem with the S2, they simply don't want to assume it to avoid having thousands of phones returned.
All these companies wish to avoid is having to refund unsatisfied costumers even when the latter are absolutely... RIGHT.
The S2 has many faults and bugs and people are forced to keep their phones because of long term contracts.
It's that simple, really.
If I could, I'd get my money back and I'd buy a different phone.
But large manufacturers protect themselves (remember the Iphone's antenna?) and deny all malfunctions and problems.
Besides, fanboys keep on denying reality and try to convince themselves their money was well spent and they haven't been fooled by a clever marketing campaign.
On top of that, you get companies' agents and employees who create blogs and take part in forums - under the cover of anonimity - to keep on praising their bosses and the company/brand they work for.
Actually, it's an old trick.
They want you to come back for more and they'll do anything to convince you there's no yellowish screen,no pink spot or low WiFi reception.
But, at the end of the day, when you use your phone you'll know your eyes aren't deceiving you.
It's simply there, but they won't let you change it.
You're stuck with a faulty phone...