Anonymous, 05 Sep 2016Why do you reply so rude man ?I will correct myself. All are complaining without cross checking. Thats why.
S . SUDHAKAR, 05 Sep 2016Do not be lazy to force stop and disable the unnecessary apps.Why do you reply so rude man ?
S . SUDHAKAR, 05 Sep 2016Do not be lazy to force stop and disable the unnecessary apps.I know before you ! You don't tell me that, after disabling the apps the device will overheats for no reason !
r1, 03 Sep 2016Even iam facing huge battery drain on my note 3 too Damn you samsung !Do not be lazy to force stop and disable the unnecessary apps.
I cant beleive we are still on pre beta android 5.0 on our note 3 !
AnonD-514887, 03 Sep 2016Downgrade you Note3 back to Android 4.4 KitKat. That's the only alternative we have :)Yes thats the only way we can fix it !
r1, 03 Sep 2016Even iam facing huge battery drain on my note 3 too Damn you samsung !Downgrade you Note3 back to Android 4.4 KitKat. That's the only alternative we have :)
r1, 03 Sep 2016Try using on power saving mode It's on power saving mode..
Yeah.. True! But Samsung should send system updates for their phones to maintain the OS & performance standards..
Because of this behavior of Samsung, I'm sure there will be a decrease of their remaining customers..
my note 3 is showing NO SERVICE when i am using a ufone sim........ can someone please help me with this issue ???
AnonD-514887, 03 Sep 2016Greetings Galaxy Note 3 users!.. I'm running Android 5.0 Lollipop in my device and since yest... moreI doubt man we will not get android 6.0 i hope samsung gives us that update to fix all problems but its a dream !
Greetings Galaxy Note 3 users!..
I'm running Android 5.0 Lollipop in my device and since yesterday, it's getting stuck frequently and the battery is also draining fast as well...
What should I do to solve this issue..? I know that Lollipop is having some serious system bugs and battery draining issues, but my device started to act strange suddenly since yesterday..
Should I downgrade this back to Android 4.4 Kitkat or is there a possibility to receive Android 6.0 Marshmallow for Galaxy Note3?
I hope you'll help me to get through this... Thank you!
r1, 02 Sep 2016N900 problems can be solved by two ways either reverting back to kk or wait for marshmallow (p... moreAt the end of day one r1 no one gives two hoots what phone we all have my friend,they ring you on a problem £800 pound sammy and you have a problem free budget phone on kitkat for £35 doing what it should do as in surfing texing and calling ect ect then who's laughing at end of day,samsung realy need to get a bigger battery in these 5.7inch or 6inch screens cus 3000 or 3500 mah batterys are not enough power for heavy users,spending fortunes on spare batterys and power packs is just adding more expence on an over priced and under software sammy phone,just my opinion like,but you know what I'm getting at r1
I don't wanna root. Is the package disabler on the play store safe to use? It disables bloatware for nonrooted devices.
blonde, 02 Sep 2016my note 3 will do me for now. i just wish your problems were solved on your note 3 r1.N900 problems can be solved by two ways either reverting back to kk or wait for marshmallow (probably samsung won't ) other than these there is no way we can fix the problems in android 5.0.0 !
Actually android 5.0 was a beta version, android 5.0.1 and 5.1 were the official lollipop !
blonde, 02 Sep 2016why are they stopping making phones with non removable battery? i know some ppl dont mind. but... moreThe non removable batteries phones cant be repaired e.g. if you buy note 7 for $870 and something happens its gone $870 gone into water. But removable phones like note 3, note 4 can be repaired atleast a little cheap. Samsung is greedy !