laxis, 13 Sep 2011what should i buy. This or galaxy ace.hi im using this its an nice 2 have.its a faster phone u used so far i didn"t have any problem with phone.i know most people due its a touch it will freeze when u used.internet its so fast anything about this phone its quite nice.
Ray Hipkiss, 13 Sep 2011Hello Nicky.
If you want to use the ChainFire method to root just download the correct roo... more
hey ray my phone has following details :
phone : i9000ddjv5
csc : i9000ddjv9
kernel :18.104.22.168-i9000ddjv9-cl312456 root@se-s605#2
build number : gingerbread.ddjv9
i wanto update 2.3.4 should i go for custom rom or not?
which firmware i should replace with it like jvs ,jvq,
or jvr ?
currently my quandrant score is 1007.
plz help me
thanks in advance.
priya red, 14 Sep 2011so is it true if i buy it now GB will be there? i dont need to do r&d to upgade?I got mine about 2 months ago, and i'm still on Froyo. It depends on if the supplier has updated it i expect.
Anonymous, 14 Sep 2011 Undoubtedly the phone is good.But pl keep it mind that his product has reached the End of ... moreThis phone will still perform the job for most users in the next 5 years and more. The technology will advance but we are nearing the peak. The only thing is integrating more functions on the smartphone. As long as there is android OS, this phone will still works well.
priya red, 14 Sep 2011so is it true if i buy it now GB will be there? i dont need to do r&d to upgade?
Undoubtedly the phone is good.But pl keep it mind that his product has reached the End of Life.Whatever you are seeing it in the shops are the last ones.
anurag, 14 Sep 2011can samsung galaxy s be updated to android 2.3 in india ?can any one answer? Anyone can flash a custom ROM. There are loads of them. Try googling for Cyanogenmod 7..
can yu make video calls from mobile to desktop computers or laptops after gingerbread upgrade?
RED1, 14 Sep 2011I need to decide between the ace and the S. Which is better? I notice the S does not have a fl... moreThe ace has a smaller processor, and i have read users say that this means they cannot run adobe flash player. So basically its which type of flash u want. The camera is fine, although obviously pictures in a really dark setting will be affected. Its just an ok usable camera, thats better in daylight like most cameras. I obviously prefer the sgs and love the 4 inch screen, and speed.
which is better, ace or s ? does not having a flash for the camera drastically affect the image quality of the s?
Ray Hipkiss, 14 Sep 2011@Freefaller.
First impressions of 2.3.5 JVS:
Phone feels noticeably faster and gave me ... moreSorry, the link is faulty. Try this one instead.
First impressions of 2.3.5 JVS:
Phone feels noticeably faster and gave me a Quadrant score of 1439.
The default browser is smooth and quick when scrolling through web pages.
Battery life looks like it has improved significantly. I'm currently on 68% remaining and it's been running for 21 hours and 26 minutes from a full charge (and a battery stats file deletion). Screen shot of battery usage if your interested: http://dl.dropbox.com/u/30612400/SC20110914-113144.png.
I haven't found any bugs so far or delved too deeply to give a full review, but so far it's looking quite good.
I need to decide between the ace and the S. Which is better? I notice the S does not have a flash for the Camera, does this affect image quality drastically?
I have to decide betwween the ace and the S. Which is better? I notice the S does not have a flash for the camera. will this affect image quality?
anurag, 14 Sep 2011can samsung galaxy s be updated to android 2.3 in india ?can any one answer? Yes,You can do it with Samsung Kie for sure.I did it and version is now 2.3.3
can samsung galaxy s be updated to android 2.3 in india ?can any one answer?
Nicky, 13 Sep 2011Hi Ray ,I fully support you on your SGS views!!!
One question on rooting.Where can I find th... moreHello Nicky.
If you want to use the ChainFire method to root just download the correct root for your firmware from http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=788108.
Just make sure you download the correct one that matches your firmware version. So if your firmware version is JPY for example, download the JPY root file. Unzip it to a convenient location.
Now for the easy bit. Put your phone into download mode by holding the volume down button, then the home button and finally the power button and keep holding all three until the phones screen shows your in download mode. Now launch Odin (download from http://www.megaupload.com/?d=MADK0XTB if you haven't already got it) and connect your phone to the PC via USB cable. Now click the PDA button, where you will be asked the location of the root file you just downloaded. Locate it and press OK. Make sure that Re-partition is NOT ticked and that Auto reboot and F.Reset time ARE ticked. Now click Start and in less than a minute your phone will be rooted. Wait for the phone to restart fully and then you can safely remove the USB cable.
All the best.
Ray Hipkiss, 13 Sep 2011
You are correct about the risk of virus infection, especially with a rooted phone. Rooting ... moreHi Ray ,I fully support you on your SGS views!!!
One question on rooting.Where can I find the procedure for ODIn based rooting?
I used the superneclick for my galaxy3 and was working fine.
In SGS withe the stock 2.3.3,the superon click has some issues(I am yet to try it).
My intention of rooting is for downclocking in the night for a better battery back up .so no need for me to have custom rom,simple root access alon on the stock rom.