pato2015, 25 Jan 2016what note 3 model are you using tyN9005 International.
And with Ultra Power Saving Mode, with a root app to add apps (UPSM Plus), I can have just basic Phone and SMS plus 3 other apps. I like to have my music, Chrome browser and camera. One battery charge can likely last over a day with some 4-5 hours of actual screen on usage. UPSM just kills most running background apps, and you not worry about battery life. I love it.
Imagine combining this with a extended battery of 6400 mAh - I can virtually have power for at least 3 days on heavy use of some 4 hours on screen data connection.
note3girl, 24 Jan 2016my note 3 is running fine. but it would be good to get marshmallow. n9000 model needs it as it... moreI don't think that next update will have any bugs cause they are taking lot of time to fix marshmallow bugs i think it would be good
theres no guarantee a bug-free update. we are always taking a risk installing new updates. but hopefuly everything goes well with either 5.1.1 or 6.0 if we get it.
r1, 24 Jan 2016As far as i have learned that note 3 is on initial testing for marshmallow update don't know w... moremy note 3 is running fine. but it would be good to get marshmallow. n9000 model needs it as it seems to be having problems for some users. where n9005 got kk update my model had 6 months of problems. so i dont understand it. but i know it can be annoying things going wrong after updates. that why i think they shouldnt rush them out so quick. cos im sure there will be bugs in nxt one. but hopefuly not r1.
Atiq59, 24 Jan 2016I am using Samsung Galaxy note 3 for last 2 years. During this time this mobile has destroyed ... morelike i said try resetting your phone. if that dosnt work is there anywhere you can take it to get serviced? is your phone running on 5.0 i forgot to mention in my last reply to you. i hope you get it sorted.
Atiq59, 24 Jan 2016I am using Samsung Galaxy note 3 for last 2 years. During this time this mobile has destroyed ... moresorry your having problems. with the last stability update my internet crashed and heated up. so i did a few resets and hard resets and ive no problems now. what model is yours? if its n9000 that model has problems some users were saying. your memory card was probably on its way out. try resetting your phone. have you tried formatting your sd card?
I am using Samsung Galaxy note 3 for last 2 years. During this time this mobile has destroyed one 32gb micro sd memory card. Battery ruins very fast. These days mobile started to crash two or three times in a day. While browsing Facebook, photo gallery, or using any app it shuts down automatically. Mobile can't be switched on again without plugging charger cable or reinstalling the battery. I am totally disappointed using this device.
note3girl, 24 Jan 2016i dont think its got anything to do with witch model as these cameras are the same r1. but its... moreAs far as i have learned that note 3 is on initial testing for marshmallow update don't know which model
raza, 22 Jan 2016lovely set note3 and upgrade to loipopwhat model is yours? and is 5.0 running okay on your notec3 raza?
r1, 24 Jan 2016Which model is yours is it n900 or n9005 or n9006 ?i dont think its got anything to do with witch model as these cameras are the same r1. but its easily fixed. samsung cramp so many pixels in small sensor which gives ikay photos like i told CaptainCrash. have you heard or read anymore about 5.1.1 update r1?
CaptainCrash, 24 Jan 2016Can some1 tell me does any one have problem like i...why my photos and recording video almost ... moreyou can always try resetting your camera. but these phones sometime when you take a photo is ok. but it dosent matter what model you have it will be the same. like i said reset your camera settings. see if that helps. but these phones so many pixels are cramped into small sensor and thats why you get okay photos CaptainCrash.
Anonymous, 24 Jan 2016i have note 3 n9005. took good care of it for 2yrs. now i'm told by samsung service centre tha... moreFollow these steps:
1. If your Galaxy Note 3 is in a continuous boot cycle or suffers from it then remove the back cover and remove the battery. Leave the back cover off.
2. Remove the SD card.
3. Insert the battery and boot. Wait for the device to fully boot.
4. Go to Menu -> System Settings -> Wi-Fi -> Menu -> Advanced
5. Uncheck Â‘Always allow scanningÂ’
6. Use back key until youÂ’re home.
7. Turn off the device.
8. Insert the SD card.
9. Attach the back cover.
10. Turn the device on.
To confirm, I tried booting the device three times with the Â‘Always allow scanningÂ’ Wi-Fi setting checked and it ended up in a continuous boot cycle. With the Â‘Always allow scanningÂ’ Wi-Fi setting unchecked the device boots fine every time.
CaptainCrash, 24 Jan 2016Can some1 tell me does any one have problem like i...why my photos and recording video almost ... moreyou can use photoshop to correct this. but its deff the flash. sometimes it happens sometimes it dosent. better using a proper camera. deppending on weather if its dull you need flash. but if it sunny you dont need flash.
CaptainCrash, 24 Jan 2016Can some1 tell me does any one have problem like i...why my photos and recording video almost ... morethats caused by using flash when taking a photo. its happened to me few times. its bacause the person looking at the camera when you take their photo the flash goes of which gives red eye. so try taking flasn off and take a photo again. it happens in low light to. hope this helps.
So, I went and flashed to a modified ROM (again) that ported the Note.5's features to the Note 3. So, I have almost all the features of the Note.5 - obviously no fingerprint scanner(duh), no heartbeat sensor, and lost some features of the Note 3 like finger AirView, the menu capacitive button on the left has become recent apps, no more Nearby Devices. Quick Connect and the Smart Connect replaces the Nearby Devices functions.
The wonderful thing about the ROM (by DarkLord) notably has LTE ONLY (oh yeah), S6 Camera functions with the quick launch by double clicking the home button, Off Screen Memo, People Edge, Apps Edge, Ultra Power Saving Mode, and all the skin/theme of the Note.5 Battery is excellent, with one charge, I can go on for 17H+, with 6H of actual screen on usage time while I downloaded some 1.5GB of YouTube and torrents, social media, Some 3H accumulated video watching, BT on, hotspot with LTE for 2 hours. It's better by one hour if I compared it with Android 5.0. You can see the stats here:
6 hours of screen on usage is probably due to the fact that the Note 3 has a 1080p than a 1440p screen resolution that contribute to longer screen on use. LTE only option is quite big to me - but you proably can't get phone calls and SMS. It's perfect to me because I would like to use my LTE unlimited data for streaming to a Chromecast for my lectures - I would not want to have a phonecall coming in on screen.
Just funny that the Note 3 will actually be better than the Note.5 with some of the Note.5's features, but with removable/swappable battery, infrared remote control functions, and the wonderful fact that I can have an extra 120GB with a micro SD card.
I'll be sticking with this ROM for a bit longer with the excellent performance. Just be sure you know how to root and upload ROMs. Not responsible if you do a booboo and brick your phone.