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  Reply # 625892 16-May-2012 08:51 Send private message

Here is the S3 user manual

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  Reply # 625909 16-May-2012 09:34 Send private message

kiwitrc: Here is the S3 user manual


Yeah, pretty unenlightening, I read all of it last night. A few errors in it too.




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  Reply # 625910 16-May-2012 09:35 Send private message

I never read them :)

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  Reply # 625912 16-May-2012 09:40 Send private message

kiwitrc: I never read them :)


I don't either, but you know, what if there was something interesting to write about there?

Most interesting thing I saw was one of the unlock modes uses face unlock and also requires a word/phrase in your voice, making it quite a bit more secure than plain old face unlock which is easily defeated.




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  Reply # 625913 16-May-2012 09:44 Send private message

Can someone clarify the Micro SIM situation?  Is this smaller than the SIM used in the SGSII, or is it the same?

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  Reply # 625918 16-May-2012 09:47 Send private message

kiwitrc: Here is the S3 user manual


Grabbed it last night...what a waste of paper.

Telecom! Just give me a price please.

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  Reply # 625922 16-May-2012 10:03 Send private message

nofam: Can someone clarify the Micro SIM situation?  Is this smaller than the SIM used in the SGSII, or is it the same?


S2 used a regular SIM, S3 uses a micro SIM (it is smaller).




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  Reply # 625924 16-May-2012 10:06 Send private message

NZtechfreak:
nofam: Can someone clarify the Micro SIM situation?  Is this smaller than the SIM used in the SGSII, or is it the same?


S2 used a regular SIM, S3 uses a micro SIM (it is smaller).


Note that you can use a sim cutter to turn your regular SIM into a micro SIM, something I had to do recently to use the Motorola RAZR




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  Reply # 625927 16-May-2012 10:08 Send private message

lokhor:
NZtechfreak:
nofam: Can someone clarify the Micro SIM situation?  Is this smaller than the SIM used in the SGSII, or is it the same?


S2 used a regular SIM, S3 uses a micro SIM (it is smaller).


Note that you can use a sim cutter to turn your regular SIM into a micro SIM, something I had to do recently to use the Motorola RAZR


Do Vodafone offer this as a service if you go into on of their stores?  Or do they give you a new SIM?

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  Reply # 625929 16-May-2012 10:10 Send private message

nofam:
lokhor:
NZtechfreak:
nofam: Can someone clarify the Micro SIM situation?  Is this smaller than the SIM used in the SGSII, or is it the same?


S2 used a regular SIM, S3 uses a micro SIM (it is smaller).


Note that you can use a sim cutter to turn your regular SIM into a micro SIM, something I had to do recently to use the Motorola RAZR


Do Vodafone offer this as a service if you go into on of their stores?  Or do they give you a new SIM?


I have no idea how Vodafone will deal with this, I imagine they will give you a new sim that fits if you are buying on contract. Otherwise they might let you cut your sim to size in store (at your own risk) 




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  Reply # 625996 16-May-2012 11:44 Send private message

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kiwitrc: Hey Lokhor, when are you getting married?


March next year


She will have forgiven you by then, buy more stuff.


She won't forgive me if the wedding doesn't happen!


Swap for no bachelor party :) 



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  Reply # 626028 16-May-2012 12:13 Send private message

Hi Guys, I saw Warehouse Stationery have a banner up on their main page for pre-order !!!

I can't click it ! :( can anyone tell me if its working for anyone else?


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  Reply # 626038 16-May-2012 12:21

So guess that is at least the non discounted rate will be matched to 2degrees pricing. Hopefully this means we get some more details of other deals soon

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