Shhzd amar, 09 Jul 2018I too have the exynos... Maybe my phone's software has some glitch... It works fine with your phone?Yes
It's working fine
DBM, 09 Jul 2018I don't know I have S7 Exynos It's Working fine I too have the exynos... Maybe my phone's software has some glitch... It works fine with your phone?
Shhzd amar, 09 Jul 2018Same problem bro... It just doesn't take a photo... Is it working on any other S7?Its working for my S7, exynos. Installed gcam 3.2. Opened it>give asked permission>go to setting> manual focus> enable portrait mode> then force close app> restart device.
May it help coz wrkd for me. Gud luck.
Shhzd amar, 09 Jul 2018Same problem bro... It just doesn't take a photo... Is it working on any other S7?I don't know
I have S7 Exynos
It's Working fine
DBM, 08 Jul 2018Download gcam V8.3b 3.2.1 stable version Same problem bro... It just doesn't take a photo... Is it working on any other S7?
DBM, 08 Jul 2018Download Google pixel cemara & enjoy portrait mode Bro I tried it... I don't know if its just with my phone but whenever I capture a photo in portrait mode, the camera app just crashes... Few times it shows camera has stopped and few times it just doesn't take a photo...
Frustrated owner, 08 Jul 2018Hahaha... You were right bro... He's back with another self made factsNothing can be done about him bro... Ignore him and let him live with his self made facts...
Shhzd amar, 07 Jul 2018Hands down the S7... The S7 is miles better than the A8, but you will miss on the bokeh effect Download Google pixel cemara & enjoy portrait mode
Mick, 06 Jul 2018S7 or a8 2018 which one should i buy?Hands down the S7... The S7 is miles better than the A8, but you will miss on the bokeh effect
Anonymous, 06 Jul 2018Consider a bike, the max speed of your bike can be 150kmph and the company claims that it can ... moreYou're only proving my point. If you only charge at 40-80% every time, the 40-80% part of the battery are the only parts that are frequently HEAVILY used therefore "soring" (as you said) those parts of the battery.
Most of you cellphone users doesn't really know how to take care of your phone. You refuse to charge your phone 0-100% just because you insist on the theoretical assumption of 500 life cycles of the battery. FYI, it doesn't matter whether you charge 0-100% or 40-80% + 40-80% + 40-60%, they are just the same. They are counted both as 1 cycle.
You refuse to charge your phones 0-100% even occasionally because you misinterpret what you read. Then you complain why your battery life suddenly drops a big % in just a few minutes? This is the answer. I've been using my S7 since launch date and its performance remains the same because I know how to use mine properly. For Samsung phones, I've gone through with Omnia, S1, S3, S5 and now S7 all for several years each without any drop in performance nor percentage count of each 1% because I know how to take care of them.
If you argue with me, be honest with yourself first if you never had a battery problem EVER. I NEVER HAD ONE so I know what I am talking about.
For reference you can research about Apple's statement:
"You complete one charge cycle when youÂ’ve used (discharged) an amount that equals 100% of your batteryÂ’s capacity Â— but not necessarily all from one charge. For instance, you might use 75% of your batteryÂ’s capacity one day, then recharge it fully overnight. If you use 25% the next day, you will have discharged a total of 100%, and the two days will add up to one charge cycle. It could take several days to complete a cycle. The capacity of any type of battery will diminish after a certain amount of recharging. With lithium-ion batteries, the capacity diminishes slightly with each complete charge cycle."
Shhzd amar, 06 Jul 2018What's the use... You still would come back with another pointless explaination based on your ... moreYour reply was stupid. It's not a concept. It's actual usage. Much better than your assumption that theories are all true. Read all what you previously read. They clearly say "THEORETICAL".
Now don't say that this YouTuber is also wrong
Anonymous, 06 Jul 2018You better read what the post was replying to before you respond.Consider a bike, the max speed of your bike can be 150kmph and the company claims that it can last for 3-5 years ( before it would need a rebuild)... Now if you ride the bike at 150kmph everyday, would it be able to last 3 years? No...
If you use anything to its full potential then obviously it won't last long... Same is the case with batteries, if you discharge it completely then obviously the electrodes will get sore much quickly than it would on normal charging...
Ps the example is only for explaining purpose...