Samsung i9000 Galaxy S

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  1. Imitation

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    It does but it also provides for veerry easy root and unroot all in the app.
     
  2. dainese

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    really? within the App?

    my desire, was relatively easy, but that was done at home. i plan on doing this to a uni class mate's SGS
     
  3. jmart38

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    Don't touch it, if you fuck anything up you'll be the guy who bricked their phone :lol:
     
  4. dainese

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    yeah. i know i know. disaster.

    was trying to impress her, cause she was cute. but i ain't going that far.
     
  5. hak

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    the fourth girl that I've heard of going for the galaxy S, whats up with that?!? (i thought the iphone 4 is all they know)

    I mean when I look at it, it is kinda the perfect asian girlfriend,

    skinny, light weight, straight body, flat on the front and a small hump at the back.
     
  6. seshjuan

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    then try installing launcher pro. doesnt require rooting, and it seems to make launching apps seem a little snappier.
     
  7. dainese

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    yeah. true ey. iphone this ipihone that.
    she got on optus plan, which i recall is quite competitive.

    stop it hak, you're turn-ing me on :shock:
     
  8. jmart38

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    Has SAMSUNG tattooed to it's forehead, and 3 buttons on it's vag.

    lol
     
  9. Chemical Pete

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    ...and is terrible at navigation?
     
  10. jmart38

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    Well that's women in general really. I've sworn to never again get my girlfriend to hold my gps when I've forgotten my windscreen mount.

    Arguments always occur.
     
  11. FiShy

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    Sooo do i get this on a plan or buy it out right.... or get a desire

    arg i hate getting new phones.
     
  12. jmart38

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    Wait to see what the official release of froyo is like, my 2cents.

    If taking photos in any kind of scenario where lighting isn't perfect (tried to take photos at a restaurant the other night) don't even consider this phone. This phone NEEDS a flash... desperately.

    Day time in bright outdoor light it takes fabulous photo and video, however.
     
  13. hak

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    I need the flash as my torchlight... really, and it was a dealbreaker for me...really :D
     
  14. FiShy

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    Never take photos....


    think ill go the plan, just a cheap one with high data and fuck all calls.
     
  15. AesthetiCz

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    Got a slight problem fellas, I have flashed to JPK (froyo), rooted and lagfixed my phone. Now, its all working sweet and its flying along however, I appear to have lost my 3G or data ability (not quite sure what its called). Anyone experienced this and know how to fix it?
     
  16. Imitation

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    Is your APN active / setup?
     
  17. AesthetiCz

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    Hey I'll be honest, i'm not entirely sure what that means or where to do it. Im still learning all this stuff. How would I set it up?

    Im with vodafone if that helps.
     
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  18. joeechick

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    Hi glasnt!
    Settings->Wireless and network->Mobile networks->Access Point Names, tell us what you see
     
  19. flurex

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    Definition of what APN is:

    Depending on your mobile phone network provider use the corresponding APN on this website.

    http://ausdroid.net/apns/
     
  20. AesthetiCz

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    Thanks for that flurux, I found the same info on whirpool a bit earlier as well. All working well now. Ill tell ya what Froyo is excellent so far, lightning quick, fixed some things that annoyed me with the 2.1 build.

    Anyone noticed a reduction of signal strength with Froyo at all?

    Also, I cant seem to get my contacts to show up in the address book?
     

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