Saket, 06 Aug 2011Hi Anyone from India using SGS2, please reply are you able to use Music Hub in your S2 ? As m... moreYup there's no music hub in india... Samsung is doing a deal with hungama so soon you'll have music hub... www.watblog.com/2011/05/31/samsung-music-hub-coming-to-india-soon/
Guys I just bought galaxy S 2..Ive jumpt from galaxy s 1 to galaxy s 2...nice to join you guys in the S2 club,wish me welcome hehe
well this phone isnt waterproof and i now need to ring my insurance company
Hi guys, Is any body can tell where can i get SGS2 in white color? I searched from amazon & e-bay, but only black pieces are avilable
What's the difference between Samsung Galaxy S II 4G and Samsung I9100 Galaxy S II?
Which one is better?
Saket, 05 Aug 2011Is there anyone got 2.3.4 firmware update through KIES ?
If yes than what was your previous v... more2.3.4 isn't released officialy anywhere other than Poland, China and another country which I forgot.
I have just bought the GS2. When browsing, I noticed the web page cannot autofit onto the screen when I pince to zoom making browsing very inconvenient....having to scroll to the right and left to read a sentence. With my previous HTC Desire HD(also on Android), this problem was non-existence.
Can someone help, please? Thank you.
ithehappy, 05 Aug 2011Make sure you don't have any Scheduler app installed which is forcing it to go to Airplane mod... morethanks for the reply sir.
but no i have not downloaded any such app you have mentioned.i just installed my pre-downloaded apps through my SD card which i am using since my first android which was way back almost 1 and half year old moto milestone.sgs 2 is my 10th Android device and whatever apps i was using were working very well with my all previous androids.
so,i dont think my 'auto airplane mode' problem will be due to that.
but still i did the factory reset and checked it again...result is still the same :( still can not do any calls,it shows calling and after few seconds circle with single cross appears on my network bar.
Anyone from India using SGS2, please reply are you able to use Music Hub in your S2 ? As mine says Music hub is not supported in your country.
Thanks In advance.
AnonD-13718, 05 Aug 2011guys......i'm gonna buy either of s2 or arc by morrow.....plzzzz hlp me decide......nd do 720p... moreThe specs of Arc is more like the specs of Galaxy S, not S2! S2 can do everything much better than Arc!
guys......i'm gonna buy either of s2 or arc by morrow.....plzzzz hlp me decide......nd do 720p movies above 4 gb work on arc?
Rabby, 05 Aug 2011A lot of people are wondering why Nokia didn't choose to go with Android. How can Nokia differ... moreAnyone can influence the way Google should improve Android because Google ofcourse want Android to be as good as it possibly can be, so you are wrong when you say Nokia could not influence Android, but Nokia could and should ofcourse not be able to get any special favors compared to all the other Androidusing companies! Android is a much better and faster evoving OS, and "Ice Cream Sandwich" will be very far ahead of WP7, and Microsoft have proven that they are incapable of developing WP7 fast enough, it can still not handle real multitasking and it is so bad that it is far from efficient enough to be able to handle Adobe Flash 10. Nokia made a really bad choice when they decided to go for the slow and outdated, even though "new", WP7, because Nokia will not be able to influense, completely change, Microsofts WP7 enough for it to be able to compete with Android, and Nokia have proven that they themself are not able to develop any os because they could not make Maemo or Symvian or even MeeGo good, so they will not be able to develop Microsofts WP7 any more than maybee add their Harmattan skin to it.
Rabby, 05 Aug 2011A lot of people are wondering why Nokia didn't choose to go with Android. How can Nokia differ... moreyour essay was excellent...more over how did you concluded that nokia cant stand differently with android,you just look at the samsung they wrere an ordinanary cellphone makers before the arrival of android but now they are the no.1 they have done it with samsung galaxy S2..so android gave them a unique platform but also to other companies..but. who ever take the challenge they will stand on the top..IF NOKIA READY TO DO THIS CHALLENGE WITH ANDROID THEY WILL ALSO GET GREAT RESPECT ...so your arguement was wrong...nokia demanded their own maps and ovi apps so and so on android that why they get rejected...AND NOKIA CAN DO NOTHING WITH WP7 bcoz every one already brought it...AND ALSO BY THE ENTRANCE OF ANDROID SANDWICH IN FUTURE NOKIA WILL SMOKED OUT FROM THE FIELD and ur dream also...he he he
Is there anyone got 2.3.4 firmware update through KIES ?
If yes than what was your previous version like KE7 or KF3 or any other.
Thanks in Advance
My best battery-saving tips (ater some trial and error):
Uninstall all "battery defender" apps. They often promise more then they deliver. Instead install "Advanced Task Killer", "SwitchPro Widget" and "Color". Set ATK auto-kill level to "Crazy" and Frequency" to "Then screen off". Just be sure to build the recommended Ignore-list, and add a few manually if needed. Place a ATK widget on each homescreen-page. Configure SPW to at least include toggle-buttons for Brightness (on the far left - and between Lowest and Auto only), GPS, Battery-indicator, Lock-screen (on the far right). Dont have ANY GPS, Wifi or BT-functions on routinely - only if/then needed. Configure black static background-picture with "Color". Static background saves battery and Black color-choice saves even more om Amoled screens. Configure manual e-mail checks only. Apps like "3G watchdog" and similar should update in an hour-basis - non each and every minute.
Given that battery is 99-100% then bedtime, 7-8 hours later of inactivity its about 95-96%. After a full day of moderate use I have 65-75% left. Moderate does NOT include hour-long video/gaming-sessions though.
[deleted post]none. If you want proper music playback, get the galaxy s i9000. incredible music quality compared to sgsII and the arc's external speakers are just terrible.
A lot of people are wondering why Nokia didn't choose to go with Android. How can Nokia differentiate themselves when Android is a lot more open and free than Windows Phone 7? As usual, the key to this is in the details. If you read the announcements carefully, you'll see that Microsoft offered Nokia something Google most likely didn't. What a surprise. Elop just confirmed Nokia has a special deal with Microsoft. Whereas HTC, Samsung, and so on are not allowed to customise WP7 - Nokia is, further confirming my theory. Windows Phone 7 is a new and young platform, and while reviews have been very positive, we don't know much yet of consumer response. Carriers and device makers seem lukewarm at best - HTC, Samsung, and LG are much more interested in Android than in Windows Phone 7, and I can't really blame them. At the same time, Android is already a major and established player, bigger than iOS and - depending on the figures - bigger than Symbian. And Google got there without Nokia's help. In other words, Google doesn't need Nokia, which means Nokia's negotiation position with Google is not a good one. In such negotiations, Nokia would need Android - but Android wouldn't need Nokia. During the Q&A during Nokia's Capital Market Day, Elop said that Android did not allow them to differentiate enough. This seems weird, since Android is considerably more open and free than Windows Phone 7. However, I think what he meant is that Nokia would not have a say in the actual development direction of Android. And this is where Microsoft comes in. The press release makes it clear that Nokia will get a considerable say in Windows Phone 7's development, and this is the crux of the matter. With Windows Phone 7, Nokia can differentiate from the inside-out, whereas with Android, all they could do was be at the mercy of Google and develop skins. Nokia had a much stronger negotiation position while dealing with Microsoft than while dealing with Google, and as such, Nokia managed to get a lot of influence not just after a new version is released, but also during its development. And this is why Nokia went with Windows Phone 7. And it makes sense, too. No phone maker currently has the kind of influence over Android that Nokia will have over Windows Phone 7. In other words, while Nokia will no longer develop their smartphone operating system in- house, they still have more influence over their OS than Samsung, HTC, and LG do. And that's the key. A lot of people are sad that MeeGo will not be Nokia's main platform. For MeeGo, this is bad news. For Nokia, however, this is great news. MeeGo's development is incredibly slow, and would maybe lead to just 1 (one) (!) device this year. That's not enough. That's too late. If you care about Nokia (as I most certainly do), you can't with a straight face advocate they stick to such a platform. If you care about MeeGo and don't give a rat's bum about Nokia - well, that's a different story. As far Symbian is concerned - it's been a dead end ever since the iPhone was released. We're four years down the line, and Nokia still hasn't managed to create a compelling touch-based interface for this otherwise decent mobile operating system. While I'm all for as much competition as possible, I can also see when a platform has run its course. Symbian is done for, it's dead, and I'm glad it's getting buried. It's a relic. I'm hoping the open source community can keep it alive for us enthusiasts, but for Nokia's future, it's a liability, not a strength. I'm incredibly excited about this deal. I've fallen in love with Windows Phone 7, but at the same time, I was a little scared of its prospects since it didn't really have a truly dedicated phone maker backing it. My HD7 is a great device, but nor HTC, nor Samsung, nor LG really care about WP7 all that much. This deal with Nokia will ensure the survival of the platform, and that makes me happy. It will also ensure Nokia's survival (I'm pretty convinced about that), and in the long run, that's a great thing. They would've drowned in the Android world, they would've sunk into irrelevance waiting for MeeGo, and they would've faced the eternal great hardware/bad software-problems with Symbian.