i absolutely hate it when people use this phone instead of the i9100 in their youtube videos!!!
How use 4g in this .it version is 4.1.2 and which software for it for upgredesion as link etc.
I used to have one it was a very nice phone mine was a Hercules yes very good starter phone for your kid my son he really liked it.
Hey guys, I acquired this phone and followed this tutorial to NETWORK UNLOCK it for free: https://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2024514
Then, installed CyanogenMod 13.1 (Android 6.0) on it. It runs extremely smoothly and everything is better than ever! Link to CM 13.1: https://forum.xda-developers.com/galaxy-s2-tmobile/development/rom-unofficial-cyanogenmod-13-0-hercules-t3246059
There's also Android 7.1.1 available that works smoothly, too. Link: https://forum.xda-developers.com/galaxy-s2-tmobile/development/rom-cyanogenmod-14-0-celox-t3470659
my wi-fi signal strength shows poor whenever its connected my a modem -- please help me
No network on my phone same times it shows same time not even the sim does not show
Help me MY phone has no network showing and it doesn't show the network
how will you re program the phone it is still on welcome screen needs to reprogram it
If you want this phone to work well and fast, DO NOT UPGRADE TO JELLY BEAN. Doing this will not let you download some apps but it all comes down to what you want, speed or apps like Clash Royale, Clash of Clans, etc.
Terry , 19 Sep 2016it nice . i really love everything about this phone, especially it features Does it has 4G features
I've had this phone for almost 4 years and it still works great. Sure, it's not the latest, but it works fine.
it nice . i really love everything about this phone, especially it features
I a got this phone by my uncle has given me.It is the best phone by using it tuff and strong very nice phone i love it
When i drag to next page then it tells me the page am dragging to so i want to stop it
I want to buy some accessories of the phone but I can't find them
I can attest to the durability of the phone. With a semi-rigid plastic bumper as its only protection (bought at the T-mobile store), it's survived two bicycle wrecks and many drops. I replaced it with a Note 3 on AT&T two years ago, but a year later started using it again (in addition) because my company offered a T-Mobile plan if I would provide the phone. Aside from the limitations from being four years old (slower speed, older OS and lower RAM than current phones), the phone is still performing like a champ.