just want to know..i bought sgs for only 1 month..but now its start lagging..how to fix it..?plz help me..
harsha, 01 Apr 2011Upgradable to 2.3 (gingerbread)Hi harsha..i've d latest version of kies app n tried to upgrade d OS to v2.3 but it shows my phone has d latest version..pls help me out i wanna upgrade to 2.3v!
Anonymous, 30 Mar 2011iphone is for people who like to pay lots of money for a logo. :-)dude i agree with you it's i 100% true. Guys with iphone show their phone to other that how it works and say look look my phone and see what i'm going to do and then see what my phone will do in reply.. They have money just to show without sense.
Anonymous, 30 Mar 2011iphone is for people who like to pay lots of money for a logo. :-)yes true! and for unprofessional use
I just bought it and d phone worths d money.
Thumbs up 2 Samsung
Hi:) can i upgrade my galaxy's OS to v2.3(gingerbread) when its available..? is v2.3 available? Pls anybody do reply..!
this phone isint cheap either and with the iphone, you cant beat the apple marketplace. Its all abou the usability, what good is a gazillion Ghz cpu with 5 apps vs a 500 mhz cpu with 5000 apps (all of which work properly).
some retard people think android like ios and android phones like galaxy s better than i phone 3gs and 4g
but really I phone really much better than android phones
ios is much smother and have much more apps and got mroe GUI power than android phones i really loved my I phone 4g
sorry my bad English :(
I have bough Galaxy s from Vijay sales in Mumbai two days before.I have observed a issue with it, it gets hanged up and then there's only one way out, RESTART, can anyone tell me what could be the issue? coz this is happening from first day.
mkm, 01 Apr 2011thanks for the prompt response! I'm not a techie person and I'm not sure if I can "flash&... moreYes, I think it will invalidate the warranty (you how it is here in the Philippines). Anyway, in case you need to bring it in for services (given that you still have the one year warranty), what you can do is to flash back the original firmware for our country (the latest of which is Android 2.2,.DXJPE).
Just to note, your phone needs to be sim free to do the manual flash. Download and recovery mode should also work (you can read more on this from samfirmware.com). Just be very careful to follow the instructions. Do not proceed if toyr phone does not meet any of the requirements. If successful, you will be able to fully enjoy your phone.
Bucko, 30 Mar 2011Dear All, Please help! I have a brand new I9000 Galaxy S which is making very big costs to ... moreConsult your local dealers fast.And altogether, study your manuals to avoid a next time.
athinaki, 01 Apr 2011i bought it yesterday and i can't make a phone call... what can i do???Please insert sim ;-)
mkm, 01 Apr 2011I am about to give up on this phone, I have been waiting for the 2.2.1 and 2.3 update (Philipp... moreI am tired waiting the 2.2.1 too
Maybe i switch to optimus 2x with no lag..
i bought it yesterday and i can't make a phone call...
what can i do???
mkm, 01 Apr 2011thanks for the prompt response! I'm not a techie person and I'm not sure if I can "flash&... morebest phone ever (as of now). excited about the SGS 2. about battery complains, it is what the tech specs says:
Stand-by Up to 750 h (2G) / Up to 576 h (3G)
Talk time Up to 13 h 30 min (2G) / Up to 6 h 30 min (3G)
It means, Go to Settings > Wireless Settings > Mobile Settings > Network Mode and Choose GSM Only (2G) or WCDMA Only (3G)
By Choosing GSM/WCDMA will consume more battery specially if you are in countries support both network types ^_^.
Also turn-off Background and Auto Sync under Account Settings if you are not using Market App.
And don't forget to turn off WiFi (Pull down the notifications bar) when it is not in use. (Alternate method of auto turn of is on Wireless Settings > Advance > WiFi Policy > Turn Off when screen is off)
Enjoy your SGS!!! until its successor arrives!!!
Kabalyero, 01 Apr 2011Kabayan, you can manually flash Android 2.2.1 XWJS8 or Android 2.3.3 XXJVK from samfirmware.co... morethanks for the prompt response! I'm not a techie person and I'm not sure if I can "flash" my phone by myself but if I do decide to do this, will this invalidate my warranty with Samsung?