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  Reply # 715064 10-Nov-2012 10:43 Send private message

hmm that's interesting ... i note that my XT galaxy s2 rests with 3G and when i use data it jumps to H+ regardless of whether i fast dormancy it or not

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  Reply # 715170 10-Nov-2012 15:01 Send private message

joker97: hmm that's interesting ... i note that my XT galaxy s2 rests with 3G and when i use data it jumps to H+ regardless of whether i fast dormancy it or not


My Note shows H when idle but H+ when data is active.





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  Reply # 715191 10-Nov-2012 15:42 Send private message

Hmmm

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  Reply # 723307 26-Nov-2012 22:37 Send private message

Anyone have an answer yet?

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  Reply # 727131 4-Dec-2012 23:12 Send private message

i wish someone from telecom can confirm this.





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  Reply # 727276 5-Dec-2012 10:13 Send private message

Ok just heard from a mate of mine who works in telecom mobile testing. I asked if he can find out. He did, answer is no fast dormancy on xt

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