Fatboy90, 01 Aug 2013Dude its definitely worth the money...go in for it...n also if you don't mind a non-expandable... moreThat as well as price was the deciding factoer for me also. I THINK THE NEXUS 4 GPU MAY HAVE BEEN SLIGHTLY BETTER im some ways alsol.
The Google Nexus 4 feels a bit heavier and a bit thicker (due to its more angular sides). Still, that's just the perception of it, the pocketability of both phones is the same. The Nexus 4 allows a better grip and, overall, has a more pleasant, solid feel in hand.
Winner: Samsung Galaxy S III. The Nexus 4 is sturdier, though replacing damaged back panel on the Galaxy S III is fast and cheap. The expandable storage, easy access to the microSIM card and swappable battery weigh in its favor too.
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hii guyzzz shld i buy a galaxyyy s 3 guyyyzzz is it good i mean is it worth buyingg the fone plzz help meee
[deleted post]The Nexus 4 will have the latest version of Android, whereas the S3 still runs on 4.1.2 Jelly Bean OS,
But the main deciding factor is that the nexus 4 doesn't come equipped with an expandable storage whereas the S3 does...Personally speaking...I went in for the S3.
RS, 01 Aug 2013I am totoally in luv wth dis phon...Is it worth d money or shuld i get sumthng else???Dude its definitely worth the money...go in for it...n also if you don't mind a non-expandable storage, then take a look at the nexus 4!
RS, 01 Aug 2013I am totoally in luv wth dis phon...Is it worth d money or shuld i get sumthng else???If you are an Android fan go for Official Google Nexus 4... But still I recomend iPhone 5... This phone has features that we dont even use thrice in our life as a needs... Its just to show off..
I am totoally in luv wth dis phon...Is it worth d money or shuld i get sumthng else???
How can I type Chinese for messages and emails? Chinese is not listed as one of the input languages.
>>>, 31 Jul 2013help me guys shoes between s3 or Htc XL?????better buy adidas !!!!
mobile charge pins perishable and sensitive. when it falls, the screen will change color and then the phone will start off on its own. when sent for repairs, it could not be repaired. why can not be repaired??
Anthony, 31 Jul 2013I don’t have a reason to want to go back to my provider ROM as it’s almost a year I have this ... more@ Anthony
If that scenario ever arises then let me know how you get on! LOL!
Stick with I9300XXEMC2. The new Firmware doesn't bring any improvements that I have found.
Anthony, 31 Jul 2013I don’t have a reason to want to go back to my provider ROM as it’s almost a year I have this ... morefollow up
never mind. i see you already answered that in post 2013-07-31 17:39
Freefaller™, 31 Jul 2013@ Anthony What is the EFS folder: It is a folder hidden within the deepest part of the s... moreI’m waiting till I see UK BTU gets 4.2.2 or 4.3 on sammobile before I do any ROM change again.
Freefaller™, 31 Jul 2013@ Anthony
What is the EFS folder:
It is a folder hidden within the deepest part of the s... moreI don’t have a reason to want to go back to my provider ROM as it’s almost a year I have this phone now. Not to mention how I treat it like sh_t.
But hypothetically speaking, if I wanted to go back, Couldn’t I just wait till they got the same upgrade to there EFS and do a kies initialisation then? Seeing that the initialisation process always put in the most up-to-date ROM for the S/N you enter.
Anthony, 31 Jul 2013What is EFS and why is it important?
I read what you told Nik Val but I been using I9300XXEMC... more@ Anthony
What is the EFS folder:
It is a folder hidden within the deepest part of the smartphone’s internal file system and is very essential to the functions of your smartphone.
One of the very sensitive pieces of information you can find in this folder is the information regarding your phone’s unique IMEI number. As I've already stated, it also contains other unique identifying numbers for your smartphone including the MAC address for your smartphone’s radios, as well as the MEID, ESN, and also the registered phone number for locked smartphones.
Normally, the EFS folder is highly protected. Rooting and flashing ROMs normally do not touch this part of the device.
The loss of the EFS folder may cause your phone to no longer be recognized by your carrier or some of your radios may no longer work. This breaks the device as a whole no matter how many times you reinstall a ROM.
The MG series of Firmware now rewrites that folder in a new format that is unrecognised by former versions, so once you install the new (MG) Firmware then older versions of the Firmware cannot read the new format, and your phone becomes useless because the IMEI number is now 'NULL'.