Hii I brought a new one 3 days ago,guys can the apps move to memory card in s duos. please helpp!!!!
Mr.Mojo, 11 Mar 2013sorry the device does not have export apps to sdplease install apps in normal way. Afterwards I open the standard filemanager, go to the app directory and use the menue button. Then choose "move" and transfer the app directory to the extSdcard and fill in.
Important tip :
Please install apps in normal way. Afterwards I open the standard filemanager, go to the app directory and use the menue button. Then choose "move" and transfer the app directory to the extSdcard and fill in.
Ranjit_Kolkata, 15 Mar 2013how much memory card should i used as its say upto 32GB. Options 16GB or 8GB.8 gb, and avg,bbc,cnn,talking tom,angry birds,skype,whattsapp,viber,juice defender,ccleaner,mx player, just get these from google play you will be happy.
how much memory card should i used as its say upto 32GB. Options 16GB or 8GB.
Even i bought the device, and the internet speed is mind blowing... i like the picture clarity as well. I would suggest u must have this handset. cheap & best
hyee frnds..same pepole says..not sme pl,,says good i will tell u dont take any mobile...is very good,
Satvir, 14 Mar 2013which is better sony sola or s duos plz tell me frnds s duos is far better.. I am using both tha phones. some people might have discovered some problems but I didn't have a single problem in my s duos. its worth. believe me its awesome. and yes.. do upgrade it to jelly bean.
Satvir, 14 Mar 2013which is better sony sola or s duos plz tell me frnds sony sola is best
I am a satisfied user of the Galaxy S-Duos. I am an advanced user and like Android which is based on linux, I use Linux as my laptop OS. S-Duos is a bit slow phone but it can easily be tackled. you have to use the task manager often and get rid of the running apps when not in use. this keeps your memory free for new apps. And because you close apps from task manager, it takes time to open the new apps again. Battery life is good and you can easliy improve it by settings. I was a user of symbian (Nokia 7610) earlier and like symbian apps donot have an exit option and hence have to be forced shutdown (a disadvantage of android itself) I would have wanted 1GB RAM for this one to work very efficiently. a major minus is the unwanted apps in background eating up bandwidth of internet connection. samsung should provide with a firewall inbuilt. like linux, it should also have simple steps to root access. this would discourage the users of rooting the mobile and samsung would retain what it wanted by locking the device. there should have been an OTG support also(interfacing of external usb devices like keyboards and pen drives). A reverse tethering would be a bravo!!. Finally S-Duos is definitely a good choice for looks, performance and cost though not for 100% satisfaction and expectation.