rodimus, 09 Nov 2011dis fone have a fm transmitterSorry ............ this phone doesn't have FM transmitter.
Compare to iPhone 4S this Samsung Galaxy SII is much more stronger. I really admire Samsung from making this high end mobile phone.
You can watch the droptest here:
Witness how GSII survived the drop test compare to iPhone 4S :)
love859, 09 Nov 2011Galaxy S2 have no FM this is bakvas phone not capabe for new market software like live wallpap... moreI beg to disagree! This phone supports live wallpaper.
It can support ocean weather live wallpaper and reflects the current weather.
I use Koi Free live wallpaper with fishes swimming and feed them by tapping the screen.
I have been using this phone for more than three months!
It can support lots of apps, maybe it is the opposite you are talking about!!!
SGS2 is the best phone of the year!
Galaxy S2 have no FM this is bakvas phone not capabe for new market software like live wallpaper ocean waves also not fit for this phone & much more application old galaxy S is more than best
Anonymous, 08 Nov 2011can you tell me about LG 3D phone??????..... u should have some commensensceThis is the Samsung i9100 Galaxy S II page, go to LG 3D phone page if you want to know more about that phone!!!
Or you can click 'compare' on the side bar of this page just below 'specifications' then input your phone model in the box 'compare with'.
hmmmm....Samsung copied Apple's iPhone? You mean kind of like the same way how Apple stole the UNIX Kernel, repackaged it and sold it as a new proprietary OS after decimating the file structure?
anis, 08 Nov 2011can any body tell me plz this phone as FM transmission or not?dis fone have a fm transmitter
just brought my sgs2 and love it. i have a question,my sgs2 took like 3-4 hours till fully charge is it normal? and when usin it for gaming for more than 10minutes my sgs2 is heat up is it fine? and is there any apps to check battery temperature? pls help me anyone,and thx in advance.
anis, 08 Nov 2011can any body tell me plz this phone as FM transmission or not?Did you read the specs?? Cause they clearly specify that it does!!!
iOS is not more "secure" than Android! Read this m.bgr.com/2011/11/08/hacker-uncovers-major-ios-security-flaw-video/?utm_medium=referral&utm_source=pulsenews
Android did not copy iPhone because Android was founded in 2003 and acquired by Google in 2005, years before Apple debuted the first iPhone in 2007! allthingsd.com/20111108/google-ceo-android-pre-dated-iphone/?utm_medium=referral&utm_source=pulsenews
Devi, 08 Nov 2011I am holding this phone since few days, waiting for better battery backup, ICS may satisfy my ... moreOf course ICS is compatible with this device.
I reckon it will come sometime in Jan, 12. Lets see, Samsung is idiotic in terms of releasing firmware upgrades, you know already I guess.
But do we need ICS for this device?
I am holding this phone since few days, waiting for better battery backup, ICS may satisfy my need.
My Question is:
Q)Is this phone eligible for ICS update? if so, please share your thoughts.
Just a recap for a better battery life:
1. Use 'appSaver' from Market. Download & install as many apps you like. Backup up (keep them handy for later installation)all on SD card and uninstall those not used regularly. More apps installed, more memory used, more battery drained.
2. Keep Network mode GSM or WCDMA. Auto mode consumes more juice.
3.Un-check Background data( A/c & Sync)
4.Use Super Task Killer. Use it with Task Manager to free RAM whenever you are free to behold and praise beauty of your Superb Galaxy S2.
5.Auto brightness only at outdoors and minimum at indoors is sufficient and NO to Live wallpaper too.
6. Wi-Fi, Bluetooth & GPS off when not in use.
7. Use Power saving mode when low battery .
Airplane mode never recommended in night. You may miss some urgent call.
Android 4.0.1 Ice Cream Sandwich coming for the Galaxy S II and Other Devices in Q2,2012:
roopd, 08 Nov 2011where i can find gprs usage like hw mch mb i surfed in particular time in s2Open "Android Booster" apps, click "Utilities", then "Network manager".
It will lead you to the used GPRS and WiFi bytes.
You can also set your monthly GPRS usage limit under "Settings" then "Monthly quota".
In3D Limited, 08 Nov 2011Additional:
More Power is used, the further away You are from the Tetra Mast.
That might b... moreJust to add,
don't put the brightness to auto when indoor, put the brightness to the minimum that will satisfy you, don't use landscape wallpaper, use only portrait simple wallpaper and never use live wallpaper.