nav, 04 Feb 2013I hv also upgraded to same version yesterday. Now how much battery backup u are gettingnav, the problem previously was noted at night...8 hours the battery used to drain about 20-30% which is ridiculous...after the update, both nights it has drained approx 3-5%...i dunno if that's high for some but for me its ok
Present Galaxy Note II owners are the luckiest person,
coz this phone is future proof in both design & features.
My Note 2 doesn't get 4.1.2 update. im in Saudi Arabia. I have tried it thru Kies also.What is the reason?
Anonymous, 04 Feb 2013the new updates (approx 56mb and 36mb respectively)are damn good...they have fixed my battery ... moreI hv also upgraded to same version yesterday. Now how much battery backup u are getting
hey frnds my note2 get switch off spontaneously and didnt restart untill I remove the battery. plz tell whts happening.
the new updates (approx 56mb and 36mb respectively)are damn good...they have fixed my battery drain problem and the interface is buttery smooth again! :)
GSMarena has blocked my account. :-)
Not sure why, i haven't posted any link or items that aren't acceptable GGGRRR!!!
greensleeves186, 30 Jan 2013Can anybody please help me understand one thing , why all my dowmloaded apps are going in phon... morefirstly u hv to go app my files where u find both options sd card and external sd card ...and when u opend sd card u ll find the data which u had recently downloade...then press long tab on tht and u ll find the option move to exernal sd card on above right side...by doing this u can move ur data frm sd to ex sd.
A friend bought a USB OTG connector for his Note II for P30 (US$0.75) at CDR King (Philippines). It works with USB flash drives and (for a rooted unit only) connection to a powered high capacity hard disk, as we tested.
I got one as well. I'm not just sure of how long it will last as their quality usually aren't that reliable. It's always a hit and miss with them.
Not bad for something that is a twentieth the cost of the original Samsung accessory.
guyz no need of updating to 4.1.2 coz it sucks.power drains, lags alittle, gets hot whn playing hd games nd poor performance.Am waiting the new android firmware that comes together with the s4.
New update is available in south Asia region. Please check from your phone menu.
thse who sy iphn is bst ...ys iphn is fr childrn who 1ly ply gmes nd wnt smooth touch..!bt fr ths who wnt everytng!!!fr thm is GN2...
[deleted post]Uhm, I actually bought it In the Philippines. Cash, no carrier bloatware, and 100% sealed. It's a legit shop called Games Xtreme with branches in ATC, Greenhills. No care about how they get their stocks. I checked the firmware and the box label code and it corresponds to UAE.
Rooting is nothing special. The tutorials are all out there.
Everyone is entitled to their own opinion. I must be faking it.
Any region variant of the Note II devices can be installed with stock ROMs of whatever network or country firmware from sammobile.com
I for example have a UAE region unit and can install a Philippine firmware. It's the same make device. The National Telecommunication Commission (NTC)sticker is just there to tell you that it is for the Philippine region.
I heard the new 4.1.2 with battery drain issues being eliminated with one or 2 more firmware updates is out in the Philippines. I don't see much incentives to upgrade this right away as I am enjoying the benefits of a rooted unit on stock Touchwiz OS - Anroid 4.1.1. I have yet to try out custom ROMs but have not yet seen anything interesting as I'm so satisfied with the 20 hours usage time per charge with the tweaks of the CPU and kernel.
A point of having an Android unit is the customization aspect, that is rooting. Again, putting back the entire original firmware is so easy. You just need to learn from sammobile.com. You rarely will see any of these cellphone kiosks in malls offering rooting services as these "technicians" have to download and learn per model make and per custom ROM. That's why you only see iPhone jailbreak services most of the time - that's the most thing they know how to do.
This is not for the faint hearted or those who don't know what they are doing and could lead to the broken unit. One such site I can recommend are the tutorials of High On Android. You can look for him in YouTube.
I also do recommend you start joining in the discussions at http://xda-developers.com/ They do have some interesting tips, review of ROMs, apps and accessories. One guy managed to combine the 6400mAh Mugen battery with an Otterbox Defender case with a cutting modification. My handle name there is TheNeighbor101.