HRilaxx, 14 Dec 2011I have got this phone 24hr before. It look' s like chinese product because 99% of body made by... moreI think it makes sense that the flexible plastic backing for the Note to lessen damage for accidental drops. And besides, Iphone users will always cover their more expensive aluminum cased units with leather or plastic covers. They are more prone to dents.
I have got this phone 24hr before. It look' s like chinese product because 99% of body made by plastic. OS is perfect but hardware is 0000.
STUFF, 13 Dec 2011for sure i own one. thats why i can share facts about lcd problem on the Galaxy Note! every... moreThe Note does not have an LCD (liquid crystal display) screen, as you mentioned in your first sentence. It has an HD super AMOLED (active-matrix organic light-emitting diode) screen, the first Samsung mobile device next to its Nexus unit to utilize the technology. For information on their differences, please at least visit Wikipedia.
Superb machine one limitaion though;it does not seem to be able to resize a text you zoom onto to fit the screen
this extremely useful feature is available on Android phones and tablets that cost a fraction of the Galaxy Note I called Samsung France who were unable to say if it was malfunctioning or a shortcoming
ok need help on this.
whenever i type message which is more than 3 SMS it automatically converts the message into MMS. how can i stop it from converting into MMS & stay into normal SMS.
SGS2fanboy, 12 Dec 2011Had it in my hands for a while. I own an SII, this Note was a friend's.. The screen on this on... moreI tried the S pen on the Galaxy SII (4.3" 3G version) at a Samsung showroom and it did not work at all. What version of Galaxy SII did it work for you?
TheNeighbor, 12 Dec 2011Do you own one? I do. And I am not complaining about the light blue tint, and I do not see it ... morefor sure i own one. thats why i can share facts about lcd problem on the Galaxy Note!
everyone have their own opinion to share here, and so do i. and i respect every and each of them. unlike u that give a rude reply on my opinion. its up to u if u dont find the lcd problem annoying, but everyone here is not u!!
i share the problems here so Samsung Team can fix it for all users. we can talk about how charming this phone is all day long, but still what Samsung needs to hear from all the user is if there r any WRONGS, so the Team can make it all RIGHT! got it?!
jifaw, 13 Dec 2011tried moving files from my files to the usb storage but the videos and music i-transfered from... moreI'm not understanding your sentences because they are compounded. Are you using the Samsung USB connector to transfer the files to an external universal USB flash drive? You are wanting to transfer files from the phone's some 11 GB storage to an external USB flash drive? Is that it? Or are you transferring using the PC to manage? Probably I could help if you clear things up.
drbahsha, 12 Dec 2011to transfer files from phone memory to usb storage....simply select myfiles than browse the fi... moretried moving files from my files to the usb storage but the videos and music i-transfered from the phone memory does not show anymore in the gallery and videos same as for music files, files does not show in the music player.
Hey Guys ... Did you look to the Ram status in the Galaxy Note ???
I have +600/800 usage in normal situations !!! and when I clear ram it reached to +400 which goes back to more than 600 Mb after moderate usage !!! I am afraid of releasing future apps that will eat the remaing memory !!! what about in your Notes guys ??? plz check and comment ... Thanks
Ora, 13 Dec 2011You mean the s pen works on the s2? that is my only attraction to the note your post will be v... moreSorry to burst your bubble, but I happen to just tried 15 minutes ago using the S pen on the Galaxy SII (the 4.3" 3G version) and it did not work at all. Maybe it worked on another variant of the SII? Remember, the G Note had a pentile type of super AMOLED screen. Try and see at the showrooms.
SGS2fanboy, 12 Dec 2011Had it in my hands for a while. I own an SII, this Note was a friend's.. The screen on this on... moreYou mean the s pen works on the s2? that is my only attraction to the note your post will be very helpful to me as am yet to decide which one to buy thaks
Nateberukmung, 13 Dec 2011Phone expert advice me, when 1st time re-charge your battery, min re-charge must 8 or 9 hour. ... moreStrange advice but sound. The thing is, unlike Ni-cad batteries of before, Li-Polymer can be recharged without totally draining. Batteries have a limited number of recharging cycles, around 500 before not being able to retain a workable charge. In any case, time and usage will slowly make the battery useless.
A better practice could be to have extra batteries (I really think more than one extra) so that you fully drain to reduce the charging cycle usage. Once drained just pop in the fresh battery, and have the drained one being charged using a portable charger powered by a portable power pack, placed inside your bag. This is something Iphone users cannot do with their fixed internal batteries.
I'm still waiting for extra batteries to be regularly sold in retail shops, with the official Samsung charger for the 2500mAh battery. The only accessory that I managed to see meant for the Note is an exterior back translucent jacket to help against the bumps.
Avie, 13 Dec 2011Bro im using Galaxy Note since last few days but i found its battery lasts for only 2 or 3hrs ... morePhone expert advice me, when 1st time re-charge your battery, min re-charge must 8 or 9 hour. The for the 2nd time and afterward 2-3 hour only. Don't let phone re-charge more than 5 hour, it will decrease your battery lifespan. Make sure you battery 98% or 99% empty before re-charge, don't re-charge if your battery is still 2/3 or 1/2 full. That all they said to me.
Avie, 13 Dec 2011Bro im using Galaxy Note since last few days but i found its battery lasts for only 2 or 3hrs ... moreWow, I have not experienced that short of a battery life on mine! You might want to consider not utilizing all those apps so often. They update or retrieve data if you have them on. I have foregone with those apps, especially facebook, twitter and even the samsung app since the updates are charged every time, other than my so-called unlimited data plan. All except google applications which are apparently free.
Do you really need to be connected all the time? Turn off your GPS, bluetooth, wifi (when you don't need), set your vibrate mode to just notifications if possible, lower your screen brightness. I only check my social networks via the Opera web browser, which apparently reduces data downloading. It's just keeping an eye on turning off what you don't need and you could get through the day. I think what is definitely essential are texting and normal phone calls.
Remember that it processes more pixels than any other phones, and so it needs power. If you really do want to operate the way you usually do without worrying about battery conservation, then you would need to plug it in whenever you can via convenience outlet if you stay long in one place, and a portable battery extension add-on or external battery pack.
I once had used the Note for 18 hours - filming, picture-taking, uploading, sketching, but was plugging on a portable 6600mAh battery back from time to time.
Widgets like the provided Application Manager or any similar applications can help you kill off unwanted open apps running. I do it manually since I don't believe that task killers would help but contribute to power consumption.
Yes, portability still has its limits in terms of battery longevity. I still remember coming across one of the earliest Ipod and the shop clerk told me it only had 8 hours of power to run its 5 GB HDD. That was absurd to me at that time. Now they go on for 40 hours in one charge.
Until we have heavy capacity portable power packs that wirelessly charges our gadgets, or utilizes our body heat to generate electricity, or a new Android operation system that greatly reduces power drain from the battery and can last more than 24 hours even with heavy usage, I'm afraid we are still stuck with these methods of prolonging our batteries.
i want to purchase the galaxy note in white colour,
but this is not availble in india ,
plz tell about white colour,
i m waiting,plz
Avie, 13 Dec 2011Bro im using Galaxy Note since last few days but i found its battery lasts for only 2 or 3hrs ... moreIf you haven't done so, update your Android version to N7000XXKKA version 2.36. it fixed all the battery draining issues. Half the battery lasts me the whole day (mostly email checking, replying, phone calls, light web browsing, some gaming)
TheNeighbor, 12 Dec 2011And I say it's an excellent phone. Sorry, we don't quite get what you are on about its "p... moreBro im using Galaxy Note since last few days but i found its battery lasts for only 2 or 3hrs maximum. Could u pls assist me how to get best and maximum battery performance? I am currently using facebook, nimbuzz, skype and yahoo messenger applications on my phone but how to maximize batter performance.
pls help me step by step as im new for android user previously i was having Nokia E72