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Topic # 108334 28-Aug-2012 18:20 Send private message

I was wondering how many people have Samsung accounts and why? I have an S3

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  Reply # 678303 28-Aug-2012 18:24 Send private message

I've got one, there is a samsung app store, it has a few exclusive apps which are free for Samsung account holders, The Polaris office full suite is one which you can download currently.
Additionally it has a backup feature which can backup all your messages, contacts etc and restore them if your phone gets wiped, I've not tested it but doesn't hurt to have an extra backup.

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  Reply # 678357 28-Aug-2012 19:45 Send private message

have S3 don't use Samsung a/c and never have. I use google for all my stuff the samsung stuff slows thing down a lot.




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  Reply # 678367 28-Aug-2012 20:09 Send private message

A prime example of having Samsung account is for finding your phone and wipe it should it gone MIA. My cousins lost her phone and she didn't activate/enable the feature on her phone and it was a loss.




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