AnonD-102853, 25 Jan 2013 How can I connect my Note2 from computer as mass storagedata cable or Bluetooth or wifi
TheNeighbor, 25 Jan 2013Haha, I'm a person who would just like to get the most of the Note II. Diplomacy is the only w... moreOn another topic. I read that a 16GB is smoother than a 32GB of the same model. Is it true? Thanks.
it has been a month now using galaxy note 2.
yesterday observing my device closely i found my s pen colour is getting off from the potion which is see when s pen is inside the phone.
anyone facing the same prob???
is this covered under warranty so that i can go for replacement.
Hmm, 25 Jan 2013Batteries are so cheap can't really see your point. There are some areas where you can't power to charge for days or your device draining your battery reserve faster. Or when travelling or in a vehicle, your device works harder getting and switching to different cell towers.
Even with multiple batteries, like what I did with the Note I, it was probably having that full charge and draining it to 1% is why I was only getting 4 hours after a few months from 8 hours when they were new with heavy use.
The original battery for the Note II cost $25 to $50. It really depends on the dealer. They aren't cheap. Supplies of them fluctuated for the Note I resulting in double pricing 6 months back. So stocking up while they are affordable AND doing the proper method of optimized charging saves you some hard-earned money. I can't really say we are contributing to lesser carbon foot-printing for replacing old batteries longer. Or the fact we lessen the toxic waste of these batteries. For that, I would be advicing you to stick to one battery.
Ther main point is, you are prolonging the battery's ability to hold as much power for every charging session. The method is not to waste money, and when you do need your battery to be relied on, they can hold optimal power. Be it may, in your case with buying a new battery every 6 months or keep as many now, the thing is, you would not be getting more what you are paying for.
Hmm, 25 Jan 2013Batteries are so cheap can't really see your point. Sorry i replied to the wrong post :D
AnonD-102853, 25 Jan 2013 How can I connect my Note2 from computer as mass storageEither with a cable or i use a usb stick and usb/micro usb adapter.
helopilot, 25 Jan 2013I second your opinion about the Neighbor very diplomatic, concise and very knowledgeable to... moreHaha, I'm a person who would just like to get the most of the Note II. Diplomacy is the only way to effectively get facts and sensible ideas accross. That's how people start believing you. I research when I have questions on how to Note well. Some of the things I write are stuff I discover by fiddling with the device.
One topic that isn't covered much is security of your device. My younger brother was mugged at knife point and he lost his less than a week Note II. That got me thinking. How do you prevent that yet you can still maximize it? We can start that discussion right here. What is the best security app out there?
Another topic is making art with your Note. I've done some. It' small enough to be handy to be able to sketch anywhere.
Thank you for appreciating my posts. It's only been 2 weeks.
Rip, 24 Jan 2013One thing about the note n7000 i had before is that the option to move apps to sd card is ther... moreIts not a samsung issue. Its because of android os. Every brand of mbl should face this issue, who is updated his/her mbl as Android JB
AnonD-77443, 25 Jan 2013Thanks for that, I rarely go below 20% but every night it charges to 100%.
With the Note 2 ... moreSince my Note II is barely 2 weeks old, I'm implementing this practice of putting the charge between 20 to 80%. (For new readers- please read my last post)
There are available power timers for that by estimating and setting when the charge reaches 80%. Yeah, it's a hassle for the sake of prolonging the battery capacity. This is where the extra battery comes in handy or probably a portable power bank.
TheNeighbor, 25 Jan 2013Here's an interesting battery management practice on how to prolong the battery replacement li... moreNeighbor your comment is right on the money,and by the way thanks for posting facts on not BS ,my rule is never to get below 25% ,should it happend i change over to my spare till i get back home to use the original 2 amp charger that came with my 7102.its always a pleseure to read yoru posted material and or opinions happy noting and thnks
Rip, 24 Jan 2013This is to the neighbor. I just want to say that with all the comments and stuff i've read you... moreI second your opinion about the Neighbor very diplomatic, concise and very knowledgeable to a fault, he maybe just from the philippines where i work most of the time ,in fact i always look forward reading his post happy noting
how much is 16gb/32gb in Manila? here in Abu Dhabi it costs around 2100 up to 2400 for 16gb. is there 4G LTE version available in the PHL? couldn't find one here. at least in Abu Dhabi.
hey, i bought dis fone(16GB) 2 daz back...and when I looked into the internal space...it shows only 10.5GB, and available is 2.9GB...can sm1 pls help me, y its showing only 10.5GB in spite of 16GB...??? pls help
TheNeighbor, 25 Jan 2013Here's an interesting battery management practice on how to prolong the battery replacement li... moreThanks for that, I rarely go below 20% but every night it charges to 100%.
With the Note 2 i normally have 30-50% of my battery left after 15 hours of use :-)
l'm definately goin 2 buy dis fon,2Gig RAM,1,6GHz Quad Core,who wil resist dat,2 hell wit Apple i5
Here's an interesting battery management practice on how to prolong the battery replacement life of any device. It's not to mistaken on how more power but the prevention of its inability to hold optimum power.
Contrary to what I knew of constantly keeping my battery power at least 90%+, the Android Guy said the sweet spot is keeping your battery between 20% to 80% to prevent the inability to hold more power in the months ahead. That's why you see a feature in the newer laptops cutting the charging at 80% to prevent damage to the battery. Never understood that till now. Going under 20% or deep discharge will also shorten the life of your battery. With this practice, you will double the lifetime of your battery.
This is justification for me to get that extra battery + charger pack. That sweetspot of 60% zone, and having a rate of my moderate usage of 2 hours per 10%, that gives me only 12 hours between charges.
Here's the original video:
AnonD-104738, 24 Jan 2013hi i have provided a galaxy note 2 3 days ago and as you know there is gadget in the left side... moreIf you mean the multi view. Try holding the capacitive return botton and the virtual tab will show. Same thing as hidding it back and you can actuall move it on any of the 4 sides of the screen by dragging it. Look it up in youtube and you will see how cool it is.
One thing about the note n7000 i had before is that the option to move apps to sd card is there and it is a great feature. I lost it when i updated it to jb. Now after trading it off and getting the n7100 ,which is having jb,that feature is not there. I cant understand why samsung removed it.its a simple function but of great importance. I hope they will bring it back in future updates.n7100 is a remarkable devise and it will be even better being able to move apps especially if you put a 64gb mem card inside it.