Roland, 16 Jun 2015Is there a way where I can get the esn to check to see if it will work on my network before I ... moreYes bro! Just go to Samsung Smart Cafe & There you see many models on show. Pick up that model & follow this: Tap Menu Key >> Tap Settings >> Tap General Tab >> Tap About Device >> Tap Status >> View the IMEI. (ESN/IMEI/MEID) all having same meaning.
atik, 16 Jun 2015i have 3 option-galaxy note 3,galaxy a7 & galaxy s5.plz guys suggest me which is the best ... moreS5 and A7 has 2 GB RAM and 16 Gb internal. Note 3 has 3 Gb RAM and 32 Gb internal. Note 3 has stylus pen - you can avoid using fingers to manipulate and type. Go for Note 3
AnonD-365057, 16 Jun 2015The most common mistakes everyone of us do is to keep it charging for whole Night. Keeping th... moreBest charging tip is let your battery down to 15% then charge it to 100% without doing heavy task, Don't unplug till it goes to 100%. 2nd is let your phone switch off at 0% battery then charge it full 100%. 2nd step is only 1 time per month. I do this every time and i get great battery backup with this process.
Raj, 16 Jun 2015Made in Vietnam & Korea are also originalMade in Vietnam & Made in China are originals only!
i have 3 option-galaxy note 3,galaxy a7 & galaxy s5.plz guys suggest me which is the best option for me???
AnonD-337409, 16 Jun 2015I drained my spare battery to 15% and then charged it last night to 100% . Wen i looked at bat... moreThe most common mistakes everyone of us do is to keep it charging for whole Night. Keeping the charger beyond 100% is also crime. Sometimes motherboard just burns at very low levels. Two of my friends have suffered.
AnonD-406166, 16 Jun 2015Pleasure :)I drained my spare battery to 15% and then charged it last night to 100% . Wen i looked at battery status jus now it said 77% left on my battery. So far so good :-)
AnonD-337409, 16 Jun 2015Thanx for your advice rogger. I will. Glad your on this forum:-) Pleasure :)
ithehappy, 15 Jun 2015I heard exactly opposite! Some dev (of XDA) told me to not charge the phone beyond 95% and don... moreYou heard right! Never go down your battery below 15% and charge to 95% is exactly right! But it's necessary to give a battery calibration per month for complete battery readings to OS.
ithehappy, 15 Jun 2015Well that's good, for you I suppose. I don't see any additional 'lags' with Lollipop. And if t... moreYes bro! Battery backup is really good in some region's firmware. I flashed Russian Firmware 2-3 months ago. I used lollipop for 15 days or so. Battery backup is always 6 hours SOT which i never got in kitkat! Kitkat always give me max 04:30 Hours SOT. Sometimes I drained my whole battery and then charged at 100% then on 1% I see 7hr of SOT in lollipop. Hope ANDROID M will be completely stable & lag free OS hehe!
ithehappy, 15 Jun 2015I will be 28 this October. PS: LOL, GSMA is not allowing me to post a link! I am sad :-(No wonder. My first phone is a touchscreen phone. I bet yours is the colorless nokia back in the early 2000. Im in my early 20s btw. I always love the note range. Bought galaxy s6 but sell it back in two months. Keeping my money for the next one.
Is there a way where I can get the esn to check to see if it will work on my network before I purchase or at the time of purchase?
ithehappy, 15 Jun 2015I heard exactly opposite! Some dev (of XDA) told me to not charge the phone beyond 95% and don... moreI was going to buy new battery. But i thought not as i will only be using note 3 until note 5 comes out:-)
AnonD-406166, 15 Jun 2015Yes! Overcharging is not good for battery health. Keep your battery healthy by draining at 0% ... moreI heard exactly opposite! Some dev (of XDA) told me to not charge the phone beyond 95% and don't let it discharge below 15%. Said that would be good for people who want to use it for long term, like I use anything for long term, LOL.