Anonymous, 10 May 2013why is this so expensive? 429.99 for a 16 gb version? But why? In ma country Indonesia Rp 4.499.000,- = $ 561,97
I love my Galaxy Note 8. Great features like multi-screen, S Note, very fast since it's using quad core. Very functional. Great for business and pleasure.
I hv a problem with my g-note 8.0 bluetooth.....it won't turn on. I just bought it yesterday...is anyone having the same problem?
yahia, 03 May 2013Very bad batteryBattery so v.good .stop posting wrong info . check your settings well . Internet, downloading, running several apps same time battery duration ok
yahia, 03 May 2013Very bad batteryBattery so v.good .stop posting tested info . check your settings well . Internet, downloading, running several apps same time battery duration ok
Best of all tab so far.functionality/usagibility All ipads does not come close . Thanks to S innovation.
Anonymous, 07 May 2013Hi, thanks for the information - is there any way it can be done without rooting the device?Rooting provides unrestricted manipulation by developer apps like Paragon to be able to read NTFS formatted files from hard disks. You can format the hard disk to FAT32 but it's just a hassle.
Seagate offers wifi types that are powered to transfer files wireless for $250 with 500GB capacity without you having to root. Half that amount now gives you a regular hard disk with 2TB capacity .
TheNeighbor, 06 May 2013Yes, if you root it first, like with how I did it in my last post below. You need to then inst... moreHi, thanks for the information - is there any way it can be done without rooting the device?
can anyone help me regarding the screen
I can see it is IPS TFT capactive touch, is the the same as TFT capactive touch?
the problem that I have already motorlla Xoom which has normal TFT capactive touch and so when you stay in front of screen for more that two hours , you feel like dazzy or you eyes is not clear,
so do you feel the same with note 8 if you set for more thn 2 or 3 hours?
appreciate really any replay
Anonymous, 07 May 2013for the price of this, you can get a 32gb ipad mini.
samsung fail. For this price, we get a Wacom Digitizer system, use a 64 GB micro SD card to expand media content (making it 80GB total), make phone calls & SMS, transfer files DIRECTLY through wifi or bluetooth, and most of the major features of the Note II.
All you can brag about with the mini are how good is exterior is and slightly more apps available. It is certainly "cheaper" but less. I didn't have to pay an extra $70 to $80 just to have an extra 16GB model of the mini. A 32GB micro SD card cost less than $30, and a 64GB one some $68. I just slide in my old 32GB capacity card from my previous device into my Note 8.
for the price of this, you can get a 32gb ipad mini.
Anonymous, 06 May 2013Hi,can anyone tell me whether I can connect by hard disk drive with the device? Basically, I w... moreYes, if you root it first, like with how I did it in my last post below. You need to then install the free app called Paragon. You'll also need to get an OTG USB connector to connect to a hard disk.
Remember, you void your warranty of you root your device. But you can still unroot it with the app I mentioned (Framaroot).
Anonymous, 27 Apr 2013yes 30k is too high, when it wasn't launched, the dollar conversion was showing around 20k only.You can buy it at 22,600php to 23,000php on Samsung Outlets here in the Philippines :)
Hi,can anyone tell me whether I can connect by hard disk drive with the device? Basically, I want to know if I download stuff from the Hard Disk directly on to the note and vice versa? I'm planning to use a tablet full time rather than having to carry around my office laptop everywhere.
sammy, 05 May 2013can it be connected to the projector for presentations Yes, you need to have the correct HDMI connector dongle. You can even have the he wireless AllShareCast accessory. I'm getting that today for my class presentations. You don't need to be stationary. Good for drawing demonstrations.
I managed to root the N5100 using the Framaroot app shared at the XDA Developers Forums:
There's even a YouTube video of the method:
Remember, only root if you really need it and you know what you're doing.