i can't run 3G network on this phone. There is no option in the mobile network manu for WCDMA or dual mood. how can i solve this problem. Please help me. i'm just maiting anyone's reply.
aswede_1013, 21 Jan 2015" rooted it and flashed CM10.1 ROM" I have never done that how do you do it and w... moreIs there a decent guide to rooting and flashing this device? It is choked by bloat ware. Really frustrating.
jestermark818, 18 Nov 2014I hated it when work first issued it.
Touchwiz absolutely blows, bloatware chokes.
So I root... more" rooted it and flashed CM10.1 ROM"
I have never done that how do you do it and what's the benefit of doing it?
This phone suited my needs but the charging port went out after about 9 months, Because of a cracked screen, At&t was of no help.Will cost about $139.00 to repair both. Any comments about the charging port ?
I hated it when work first issued it.
Touchwiz absolutely blows, bloatware chokes.
So I rooted it and flashed CM10.1 ROM which upgraded it to Android 4.2.2.
It's workable now, more custom notification choices.
Linked most apps off internal to SD, no bloat at all.
I love this little phone.
Aut4, 09 Apr 2013Anyone figured out where to get a new screen yet? I love this phone and it has survived severa... moreGet the new Samsung galaxy active works the same but you get a bigger screen and better display. I love this phone way better then the rugby pro.
I used my name because I don't care who knows just how furious I am. I recently switched to AT&T from Verizon. That's been one of my biggest mistakes I've ever made. I thought I might save some money. When picking a new phone I asked for something comparable to my Droid Mini. Ha, I chose a Samsung Galaxy Rugby. This phone is the biggest piece of crap I have ever owned. As soon as possible I will be returning to Verizon and my Droid Mini. It does things like change screens at one touch, I'm midi a rely changes screens. This Rugby is about to be thrown and wedged into the wall, then I will hang a frame around it to remind me to never ever change again.
jesuscoming, 22 Apr 2014use zagg or ghost armor i have zagg on samsung galaxy dropped no cracks or breakage got to hav... moreYou don't need any of that, the Rugby is solid as it is. I dropped it 10 feet onto solid concrete, with no damage.
No one can hear me when I make a phine call unless I plug in headphones. .
use zagg or ghost armor i have zagg on samsung galaxy dropped no cracks or breakage got to have extra protection ghost armor on i pad no problem lifetime warranty it goes bad pay shipping or at the store small fee to put on.
I had a nice HTC One but shattered the front accidentally. But I did have it insured. Lucky, right? Wrong!! ATT phone insurance gave me a Samsung Galaxy Rugby Pro 1547 for a mere $50 as a replacement. That is all they would give me. Now I find I can buy one outright for that price. Perhaps the Samsung suffers from comparison but I really despise the thing. I find it much less user friendly than the HTC One and several camera quirks drive me insane. Video taken on the camera appears fine and plays back fine when I upload it to Facebook. But download it to my computer and they are all turned sideways--as are nearly all of the stills!n Never had an issue with the HTC. I can also find no way to differentiate incoming data (i.e. email, facebook, texts all sound of with the same audio notification. And I find no way to change that. If there is one, it is certainly much more obtuse the the HTC! In my humble opinion, the Samsung is a piece of junk and ATT phone insurance is equally as bad! I could go on.
For a rugged phone designed for an outdoor environment it lacks environmental sensors that in conjunction with barometric, temp and humidity apps will help those in the outdoor community a more versatile phone. Make no sesnse making a rugged phone for office environment.
Anonymous, 18 Jul 2013This phone is not waterproof except under VERY strict conditions. The charging port is very ea... moredropped rugby in long grass in the pouring rain. Took 2 days to realize where I lost it . Rained off and on for both days . When I found it I accidently turned it on while taking it apart to dry. Started right up. Works great.
This phone is not waterproof except under VERY strict conditions. The charging port is very easy to pop out, the camera leaks after a while. How do I know? Because I'm a fishing guide. The first time it fell in the river, blammo, didn't work. Well, it took a while to not work, so it didn't let much water in. When I got the phone, it was advertised as water proof, touting the mil-spec as a selling point. Now they just say "rugged" and humidity resistant on their website. I would have purchased an iphone and an otter box, but the sales rep sold me on this guy. Stay away if you are in need of a durable "rugged" phone. Get an otter box and a phone that they make them for.
SCB, 30 Apr 2013I had this phone for about a month before I accidentally left it in my pocket and washed it. ... moreWhat you washed the phone with was not water, but a compound created from water and the clothes detergent you wash your clothes with. Not the same thing. And can you be sure that you had all the ports closed properly?