Sizz, 02 Aug 2013How did you buy a N7000 at a hefty price???? The N7100 has been around since last year, so you... moreYes it's been out a bit more than a year.
I live in the Caribbean
The price of electronics here is very high.In Trinidad $1 U.S dollar = $6 TT
The note still sells for $3800 TT = $633 U.S
iphone5s and galaxy S4s cost about $5000 TT = $833 US
so you guys have it easy lol
i tried this and it works without any flaws
and yeah taking about the battery life. now its far most better. go ahead and try believe me ,you will not repent later on :d
so is android 4.1.2 the dead end for samsung galaxy s3? shame on u samsung, all samsung galaxy s3 users have been waiting for ages to get official 4.2.2 i doubt that s 3 will ever her 4.3
I think Gingerbread is still the best Android-version ever, far better at real multitasking and easily plays every flash-movie..., while ICS and then Jelly Bean made everything a lot slower and are loaded with features very few actually use! I recently went back to Gingerbread on my S2, and I will stay on Gingerbread forever! I wish there was a Gingerbread-rom for my S3!
How did you buy a N7000 at a hefty price???? The N7100 has been around since last year, so you should've got the older N7000 for little.
how about JB 4.3 for galaxy s3 and note 2 users? when will it be available OTA or at least at sammobile to download and flash it? and maybe for the note 1 users a jb 4.2.2 at least? samsung should have separate groups of people working to update at least all the flagship phones (galaxy s2, s3 and s4, note 1 and 2) phones with the latest firmware and release it globally in one day.
I think I am going to skip this update for my Glaxy S2 plus because all late updates (at least with apple)
Just make things worse...
will 4.2.2 be the last update for the Note N7000 as well? Seems unfortunate as i got mine 2 months ago and it really isn't that old and has a hefty price tag =|
Well if this is the last update for those of us with an i9100 (there were rumours of 4.3 but I can't really see it happening) I'm not really worried as to how long it takes as long as its bug free and stable.
We've already enjoyed the best update history outside of the Nexus line, 4.2.2 would be the icing on the cake (4.3 would be fantastic)
Thanks for not forgetting former flagships Samsung.
By the way, is the update (Android 4.2) for the Samsung Galaxy S II (GT9100) an automatic download version??? I have been trying for months to update the ICS to Jellybean but my phone wont update. It says "there is no update available".
In the coming days ? I highly doubt samsung will update gs2+ before the gs3.It will probably be out in a month or 2.
Meanwhile the damn tablet with reground, the P6800 still crap in the Android ICS 4.0