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Yeah, wonderful, isn't it.......
Who needs problems like that?
Anonymous, 15 Mar 2013Be fair about your comment man, this device can't last whole day of heavy use, mo phone can. T... morei was honest , battery depends on ur usage , like my heavy use can be a light use for u! , my normal use is internet , games , music 3 - 4 hours a day , the phone can stand 2 days with me , 1 day when i keep 3g on and playing games with downloading some apps , if u do this stuff on sony xperia p , it wont stand more than 10 hours... and sry about my bad english :)
Even though its older, i'd go for the advance, newer chipset and more 3G band coverage. Apart from that, all 2 have more or less the same specs.
Apart from that (technical), its their looks, on that i can't comment since its your personal view.
what is the difference between samsung s3 and s3 mini?
do u think samsung s3 mini is good enough?
playtoy, 16 Mar 2013lg optimus l9...lh L9 has a very poor camera.. all other specs are good expect camera.
AnonD-63234, 16 Mar 2013it's easy. just root your phone and manually move your internal android/data & android/obb... more@ Kevin Samuel
My first experience of rooting was when I had my Galaxy S (i9000) back in 2010 when I used the Chainfire root.
Everything went well at first but then strange things started to happen; the phone would switch itself to silent mode, the screen would light up in the middle of the night but no call or text, the phone slowed right down, and my data usage mysteriously shot up. That was when I realised that something nasty had been installed on it behind my cack. I flashed a non-rooted ROM back onto the phone and it behaved properly after that.
That was my first and last voyage into rooting. Never again!
s3 mini has Corning Gorilla Glass 2. this website said that..
Sdk, 15 Mar 2013S3 Mini Or ACE 2? Pl,tellGo for Ace2. They both have the same specs (almost) but ace2 is cheaper. Why waste money just because they released same specs/phone having a different model and release date? LOL
Sdk, 15 Mar 2013S3 Mini Or ACE 2? Pl,tellchoose the s3 mini it's way better than the ace 2
it's easy. just root your phone and manually move your internal android/data & android/obb folder to your root of external sd card. then download gl to sd from googleplay. go to setting, on the add mounted folder, tick the two option.
after that, go to the main menu and just click mount and then exit (NOT unmount & exit). so now your apps still in internal (4.5GB) and all your games and apps data on external (mine 32GB). for 4.5GB is enough to get more than 100 apps. i've got 90 apps which fill 3GB, so there's still 1.5GB. I dont know why people want to move even those Apps to external. if you manage to do that and install 120-150 apps or more on external, i doubt this device can handle it right -.-
-Mustang-, 15 Mar 2013@ freefaller
chill out bro, because not many people know about that, he just told based on ... more@ mustang
1) The S3 Mini was released with JB (v4.1.1), so the option to move apps to the exterior SD card has NEVER been possible, and users shouldn't post replies stating that it is.
2) I'm sick of seeing people asking that same question again, and again, and again. They are just too lazy to read through older posts to get the answer. For the record, I will not answer that question here again!
Freefaller, 15 Mar 2013@ iks
No. You. Can. NOT.
How many more times do I have to repeat this? Since ICS you canno... more@ freefaller
chill out bro, because not many people know about that, he just told based on his experience ( because the big different only happen on this jelly bean, it restrict anything, not like the older OS )
iks, 15 Mar 2013You can always move apps to SD card (via App info)... You only need root access if you want to... more@ iks
No. You. Can. NOT.
How many more times do I have to repeat this? Since ICS you cannot move your apps to your SD card. It is a limitation within the firmware and you cannot change it.
Learn what you are talking about before you open your mouth!