Hello guys please how can i use my own song as the ringing tone?????
I just got one today,good and smart work from it,I'm real i having a sleepless night seeing all the program mes.Good job Samsung!!!
What's with the fine horizontal stripe color design? It doesn't look great. It looks like unrefined finish.
does this handset have anything for hearing impaired? Specifically an interferance measure(usually M3/T3/M4/T4)
I have had the S3 for 3 months now and it is forever dropping calls.
People on the other end report that it sounds like I am in a tin can.
Over 1/2 the S3s that the company I work for issued to staff have this problem and we can't get them fixed.
Shame on Vodafone and Samsung for releasing such buggy product and refusing to honor the warranty.
How come the voting result is very low? This is the most popular smartphone but the voting for features and performance is below 7? I went to see xperia s and it's higher than this.
is swype version 2.1 available for this device? I downloaded the swype beta installer and it only gave swype version 1.4
rob, 12 Jan 2013press ure menu home button the middle on on front panel and the power button at the same time for screenshot..
to slide your hand from right to left of screen..
momond , 05 Jan 2013how do you make a screen shot with s3 press ure menu home button the middle on on front panel and the power button at the same time
On my new galaxy s3 i have noticed in dark backrounds in a dark room i have some black spots and lines on the screen.
i have recearched it but it only says its a common problem for amoled screens.
I have a bunch of tiny spots and some splattered lines on the top right and some lines on the bottom left.
This can easily be seen if you go to the Play Store and download LCD Test AMOLED (The app with a green red and blue circular symbol)
If you are in a pitch dark room and turn your brightness all the way up, and go to the app and go to the black screen, you can CLEARLY see the dots/lines/spots/marks.
I have read online that this is a hardware issue. Has anyone else noticed this?