mssr, 02 Feb 2013Hi guys I have one idea about move all apps to sdcard, u that is Open file manager > sd... moreThat's Ok but the system can not find files unless y you create a symbolic link to the moved directory, and to create a symlink you need to root the device.
I have one idea about move all apps to sdcard, u that is
Open file manager
> sdcard0> Android
Select android and move this entre file to Extranel sdcard
And second thing move all thumb nails to ex sdcard
Then check in task manager > storage
NJ, 02 Feb 2013I also bought it in the Philippines , but when I hit the software update it still says "T... moreIs your Note 2 openline, or did you buy it from Smart or Globe?
If it is sim free/openline, you did not buy in TriNoma or from kimstore/widgetcity? Then it is possible your Note 2 may have found its way to philippines through unofficial channels and not even under samsungs official warranty. The 4.1.2 update rolled out for openline devices in philippines long ago, and now there is already two more updates.
The only suggestion i have is that you try to install Samsung Kies on your PC and connect your Note 2 there to check for update. If not you may have to update manually using Odin, with the risk of bricking your phone.
immy, 01 Feb 2013no option for moving app to sd in application managr like we ha it in note 1!!!! wtf!!my galaxy note 2 iternel memory full i have sd card 16 gb but there is no option to sift app to sd card so plz tell me hove to transfor app to sd card?
hi frds im planning to buy otterbox defender case for note 2 so i wanted knw how is the touch responsivness of the screen with the case
Anonymous, 31 Jan 2013My phone also downloading the update now. I don't have battery issues but performance and stab... moreI also bought it in the Philippines , but when I hit the software update it still says "The latest updates have been already installed". I went to About device. It still 4.1.1version. Any help?!
love31, 02 Feb 2013i got an update of size 57.69MB with firmware version PDA:MA6/PHONE:LK6/CSC:MA1(INU), can anyo... moreits a performance stability update...there's another one after you finish installing this...thats about 36 mb...the device does seem mildly snappier after these updates..
i got an update of size 57.69MB with firmware version PDA:MA6/PHONE:LK6/CSC:MA1(INU), can anyone tell me, which update is this, is there any difference after updating to this version
Guys if you want to see how to turn your galaxy note II into a pc computer go to YouTube and type coldfustion and check it out. You will see all the potentially this amazing phone
Only battery issue. With mobile data (3g) always on.. it drains battery very quick.. I leave for office with 100% battery, it happened two times phn got swicthed off battery drained on the way home in eve :(
if you have this note 2..first time you use it..you will feel its too big..but after a few days later you will found that it small....I use it too bit after a 2 weeks I feel small...it good device ..recommend for all..
for all..about features moving apps to sd card..it fault by jellybean even samsung galaxy s3 dont have it..and look around os jellybean tell me..if you found jellybean can move apps to sd card? ??..tell me dude..Please professionals act..
im just got news..in version Android 5.0 key lime pie..move apps to sd will have it in all devices..so dont worry. ..recommend using 10 class sd card. .
immy, 01 Feb 2013no option for moving app to sd in application managr like we ha it in note 1!!!! wtf!!u juz download apps at play store to move ur apps to sd card..~thts not a problem u want to say i like tht~~ LOL
Grimlock, 01 Feb 2013Actually, the S3 wasn't big ENOUGH for me. So I got a note 2. And now even Note 2 feels small,... morei agree... after a littlewhile the note 2 feels like a standard sized phone...
I will seriously be considering the rumored 6.3" note 3 if it comes out. :-)
[deleted post]"phone is junk not even 4g on all models. i will be buying an iphone 5".
(We would usually get one of these guys, fellow Note II users.)
4G LTE (yes,lightning fast) was already being enjoyed by various Android units 2 generations of iPhones ago. Not all regions support this. It is faster - yes, but drains more power.
The Note series is not for all, especially for people who would like a very simplified interface - to get out of the current app, press that one big button; how to go back, press big button again. Ideal for the old and the novice. You would rarely see a tech guy brag about how much cool stuff he can do with his iPhone, because there isn't much to even do with a "jailbroken" unit.
Most people buying the latest iPhone don't know it only records mono audio despite having 3 microphones for HD video recordings. Or that it only accommodates 5 to 6 hours of internet usage per full charge. Or you really need to wait to charge it halfway in the day since you use it a lot with no way to change the battery to a new one. Or that one button will wear out its response after a year or two. Or that you can't directly share and receive files with even with a fellow iPhone user. Or that there is absolutely no expansion card slots to store all your media and you need to spend some $100 or so extra for the next model that holds 16 GB more internal memory. Or you can't touch phones like NFC/wifi direct/allshare/bluetooth to easily transfer pictures. Or that there is a signal loss when you touch it as the metal body is grounded by you holding it - you need to put plastic or silicon to solve this and there goes the less than 7mm thickness profile. Or that the icons will bunch up the same way with no user configuration possible. Or that the camera panoramic shooting function has been around for 3 years and now Android units are enjoying the spherical 360° camera shooting. Or that dual-core processor and 1GB RAM is so last year and Android units are now moving to Octa-core processors this year.
It's definitely has a smooth UI. It looks sleek and clean. The 4" Retina screen ppi is to die for! Enjoy those features.
In the meantime, this piece of junk you are referring to as the Note II, can surpass the battery stamina, exceed the pixel count, twice exceeds the RAM thereby becoming a true multi-tasking device, doubles the processor, exceeds the versatility of any Apple hand-held smartphones.
Please, do tell us the many wonderful things you will be enjoying, apart from the LTE of your new iPhone 5. It is 20 to 30% more costly than the Note II That should tell you that the iPhone is better than this "junk".