OGgamer, 20 Jan 2014First you're gonna want to change the launcher off of touchwiz, because touchwiz's ram usage w... moreHi,
My phone is getting lot of rams for usage. i had seen Ur suggestion on this phone. I want to know how to change the touch wiz launcher. please tell me a suitable launcher which absorbs less RAM. Thanks.
First you're gonna want to change the launcher off of touchwiz, because touchwiz's ram usage will make the phone lag. If you want to play large games on this device rooting would be a good idea because it doesnt have native support for apps to sd. You get a gigabyte and some change out the box. Unless your outside between the hours of 8-5 the flash should be on on all pictures you take, good lighting makes the photos look more than decent. Most apps and games run well, and flash can be side loaded onto the device, however most flash video can be played through google chrome. All things considered with maybe an hour of setup the phone will last a long time.
I'm a little disappointed.
Let me clarify: This is the best smartphone I have owned. It is not high end but it is a solid design and I have had no issues with the phone itself whatsoever.
Unfortunately it does lack the option to move apps to the micro sd card. This makes the SD card pretty much only useful for taking lots of pictures.
It also makes the phone itself a little handicapped. Due to bloatware, You maybe have a gig of internal memory to host your apps. I say maybe because each app updates and requires more and more space with each update.
Rumor is that ALL galaxy phones do not allow apps to be moved to the sd card. That means that only the S3 or S4 would be worth it because they provide a high amount of internal memory.
I am looking into rooting the phone. This appears to be the only way to solve the handicapping. Hopefully i can uninstall some of the bloatware and/or get the ability to move apps to sd card functionality with the root.
nismo, 24 Jul 2013Have one myself. True phone uses standard mini sim card not micro sim as stated in description specsMine takes the standard sized SIM cards and microSD memory cards. Are you sure that you have a T599?
Nice phone in all respects, if you're not into having the most recent, latest and greatest. My only issue is that if you are on Family Mobile, the WiFi Hotspot is not available. I have a Samsung Dart on Family Mobile and the Hotspot is available. There is no indication if your phone's WiFi Hotspot will work or not, you have to try using it. Either it will work or you will receive an "Add Services" screen.
I bought this phone ans im having problems with the camera system...it does take the pisture but when u go to galery iy doesnt come out no picture..only on black...can anyone help me plzz n thx
Hi,can anyone please help me. I can't put any message alert tone on my phone without the vibrate. I want to discard the vibration, but the sound also turns off. I want to have a sound but no vibration.
vivian, 26 Sep 2013when I turned it on after I had it for awhile it wasn't very bright is there a way I can turn ... morego to your settings,open screen and there you will see brightness and then chose your brightness.
Just got mine for 78 dollars. It beats I phone and I was loyal to iPhones since first gen!
when I turned it on after I had it for awhile it wasn't very bright is there a way I can turn the brightness up
This is my first smartphone, it's fast, takes good photos, wifi, bluetooth, «SoundAlive it's the best» before I bought it, l had a Sony Ericsson W395i the one that has two speakers with radio fm. Well this phone just needs radio fm and it'll be perfect. Well... this model it's pretty good and cheap. I got it for 99$ at a metropcs store and as you know, metropcs and and T-Mobile joined forces so the telephone switches between the networks when it's necessary. I think I got a good smartphone for just 99 dollars.
Have only had phone a few days like size and weight Memory is weak so will need additional card. My issue for my use is you cannot download movies from either flixster or ultraviolet The only thing you can do is stream then which obviously requires internet
Have one myself. True phone uses standard mini sim card not micro sim as stated in description specs
The specs are not quite correct, based on my hands-on experience (I own one).
The device accepts standard (mini) SIM cards, not micro.
Also, the dual-band Wifi is not supported. Only the 2.4 GHz range works, so it's b/g/n, not a/b/g/n.