Parbinder, 10 Feb 2014Mine is 3 Yrs and addicted to Hay Day game more than me, lol, but nice thing is now a days kid... moreHave you heard of Samsung Tab III (Kids) T2105?
-quad core 1.3GHz
-Android JB 4.1.2
Great for your 3 years old child.
AmarR, 10 Feb 2014But my friend! Children are one step ahead of us. I have other devices also but he does not to... moreI bet your child is not touching your Note 2, better keep those sensitive apps there and give your Note 3 to your child. :D
AmarR, 10 Feb 2014But my friend! Children are one step ahead of us. I have other devices also but he does not to... moreMine is 3 Yrs and addicted to Hay Day game more than me, lol, but nice thing is now a days kids are more techie and handle these devices like an expert, sometimes better than adults.
Tcool, 10 Feb 2014Anyway, I believe mobile phone nowadays are considered restricted personal property, it should... moreBut my friend! Children are one step ahead of us. I have other devices also but he does not touch any other device accept this Note 3 LOL! Even he's just of 4, but he knows huge tricks to mess it :D
AmarR, 09 Feb 2014Ah, ok that's not good :|
Anyway, thanks all for the reply..Anyway, I believe mobile phone nowadays are considered restricted personal property, it should not be shared with other people even family members.
It is like your toothbrush or underwear. LOL!
So no problem with the so called "Hide applications" feature since you can set the lock screen password for security.
And if you can afford to buy Note 3, there is no reason why you can't afford to buy phones for each family members.
There are lots of low cost tablets/mobile phones for children.
I live in Iran and I have recently purchased a Samsung Galaxy Note 3 (N9000). However, N9005 was available, when I wanted to buy the Note 3 (N9000) I took some facts - lack of 4K shooting and 4G support in my country - into consideration and went for N9000. I am really satisfied with the phone's performance and functions, but I would like to know if I have made the right decision. :)
am not a techie person. really having problems with my browser. on my s3 I dont have problem watching series, once selected it will automatically load and fillup screen. while on note3, my browser address bar is still there and does not fillup entire screen, stays on browser page while video is running.
beppie, 09 Feb 2014I agree. it was all doing fine (downloading and all) with my s3 but oh well... still love note... moreWith so many people complaining with the bugs, my advise is not to update until a good reviewed next one. There's not much difference to update the 4.3 to a buggy 4.4. If it's working, don't fix it.
TheNeighbor, 09 Feb 2014By the way, Globe really had very limited LTE service, and it would seem they purposely reduce... moreI agree. it was all doing fine (downloading and all) with my s3 but oh well... still love note 3.
whats ur take on updating to kitkat? thanks
deddykoen, 09 Feb 2014I had updated my note 3 to kitkat. There is no problem at all. All the apps work just fine don... morethe best answer bro, no one of those who are speaking i think dont have the Note 3, same with me, no problem, not just now but never
AmarR, 09 Feb 2014Dude, it's there in 4.3 Jelly bean in Galaxy S4. And FYI in Note 3, neither it's present i... moreI also miss the Hide applications option. It is also absent in recently launched Grand 2. It means it is not available in recent devices 4.3,or above.
Tcool, 09 Feb 2014That "Hide applications" is only available in Android JB 4.1
Higher than Android JB... moreDude, it's there in 4.3 Jelly bean in Galaxy S4.
And FYI in Note 3, neither it's present in Jelly bean 4.3 nor in 4.4.2 Kit Kat.
A geek, 09 Feb 2014-1&3:you say it's not sufficient,and has shorter life.The phone shows when it's battery re... moreFor your information, I have a 7000mAh capacity power bank for over a year now. I still use it occasionally for long trips and powering up my devices like my Galaxy Note 8 which has a fixed battery.
But for my daily routine, I carry my Galaxy Note 3 only with a spare battery.
1&3: The most effective way to charge a battery is to turn off the device. Heat is the number one enemy and shortens the life cycle of the DEVICE's battery. Keeping your device on or worse, using it while charging generates more heat.
2: Wearing out the micro USB port does happen, power connection loosens. I know two people who had their devices fixed with that problem and had to wait days to get them back.
4: A power bank is heavy and mine is 22mm thick and I don't carry a bag with me all the time. Do you like carrying something twice heavier and more than twice the thickness of your device every day?
5: You can stop your ignorant acting. There are battery cradles that you place your empty battery to be charged, and you need to connect it with the charger powered by the electrical outlet. You DON't need to be hassled by waiting to using the device as the ONLY place to get your battery charged. Is that clear enough for you?
Here's a picture of a Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Battery set. It comes with a battery case too:
Yeah, a battery cradle is also an "independent accessory". It's an easy plug and sleep for the night. The difference is, you don't waste your time and energy like carrying a power bank, at home or elsewhere to keep things juiced up.
You better come up with more reasonable stuff with your Sony Xperia user experience with a fixed battery. Can you list 10? Ok,make that 5 good advantages of carrying a power bank. So far, all you came up with is "Sammy paid trolls are only one s who appreciate it."
Tcool, 09 Feb 2014LOL! Battery bank still needs to be recharge at home, so you can use it again the following da... moreThat's right. Twice the effort, and he just loves carrying that extra weight of the power bank with the wire sticking out to his Xperia all the time.
A geek, 09 Feb 2014-1&3:you say it's not sufficient,and has shorter life.The phone shows when it's battery re... moreLOL! Battery bank still needs to be recharge at home, so you can use it again the following day, it would be the same scenario with an extra battery pack charging at home using a separate compatible battery charger.