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  Reply # 444055 28-Feb-2011 10:37
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lokhor: Ouch that's terrible. I would cry if I broke my screen :(


My wife almost did, she was the the dropper :..(



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  Reply # 444062 28-Feb-2011 11:00
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I hope you made her feel sufficiently guilty. My partner smashed my 50" Plasma TV with a remote not too long ago and I didn't have insurance so was pretty gutted.




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Reply # 444069 28-Feb-2011 11:14
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lokhor: I hope you made her feel sufficiently guilty. My partner smashed my 50" Plasma TV with a remote not too long ago and I didn't have insurance so was pretty gutted.


Oh... that sounds a little worse

She is self confessed clumsy so I made her get a very good case for her iPhone 4. I don't think she will touch my phone again.

I have milked it a little. New BBQ Maybe :-)

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  Reply # 444083 28-Feb-2011 11:52
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sittingduckz:
lokhor: I hope you made her feel sufficiently guilty. My partner smashed my 50" Plasma TV with a remote not too long ago and I didn't have insurance so was pretty gutted.


Oh... that sounds a little worse

She is self confessed clumsy so I made her get a very good case for her iPhone 4. I don't think she will touch my phone again.

I have milked it a little. New BBQ Maybe :-)


As you should - good man. Wink




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  Reply # 444184 28-Feb-2011 16:55
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Neets: I've got a new problem (or quirk).? Others have spoken about it on Doc's thread over the months but it hadn't affected me until just a week or so ago.

When I charge my phone the screen doesn't switch off after the pre-set 2 minutes.

Has anyone encountered this, and if it's bothered you, did you find a way to fix it?? I notice that it says "sleep policy" but I don't have the Wifi sleep policy set up (and checked it's not). I've not noticed that message before either.? Perhaps the two are related.


I just updated to 9.6.6 the other day so I just tried this out and it seems to work fine, but as you pointed out it could be a matter of time. Does it do this on different settings, like 30 seconds?




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  Reply # 444188 28-Feb-2011 17:36
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My Momax 2700mah battery arrived today :) can't wait to test it out.




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  Reply # 444194 28-Feb-2011 18:24
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sittingduckz: My Galaxy s had a 20cm fall on Saturday and landed on a slate floor on a sticky up bit of slate. The screen protector showed the point of impact (about a pin head) and the LCD screen cracked. Once I peeled the screen protector off the outer glass was completely undamaged.

So outside glass has awesome strength for impact and scratch but obviously still has enough movement in it to break the LCD's back :-(

The repair is costing $210 and will be ready Tuesday (very Fast)... hopefully
Fingers crossed it's a good repair

I miss my phone, my old Nokia 6121 is good but no match for the gs




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  Reply # 444197 28-Feb-2011 18:31
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lokhor: My Momax 2700mah battery arrived today :) can't wait to test it out.



i ordered  one today too cost bout $46 nz including postage....my phone died the other day taking sum pic videos and surfing the net end of the day it was dead  at 7pm  cant have a dead ph on u now can we lol (went in mates car forgot to take the charger with me ) just have to sacrifice  the thickness that comes with it  :(




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  Reply # 444209 28-Feb-2011 19:20
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The thickness isn't actually that bad, and the stand is pretty sweet




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  Reply # 444343 1-Mar-2011 10:05
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Gingerbread!

XDA seems to be getting hammered. Possibly due to too many excited SGS owners...

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  Reply # 444362 1-Mar-2011 10:34
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fahrenheit: Gingerbread!

XDA seems to be getting hammered. Possibly due to too many excited SGS owners...


Epic!!!  Thanks for posting this - quote from Doc off his XDA thread:

Teaser: v10 2.3.2 booting...


w00t!!! \m/




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  Reply # 444423 1-Mar-2011 13:22
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OMG Gingerbread finally!




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  Reply # 444427 1-Mar-2011 13:24
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lokhor: OMG Gingerbread finally!


Hmmm. . .well maybe - it's an official Samsung build, but looks like an Alpha (or maybe 1st Beta) release - lots of missing features, Touchwiz 3.0 etc.

Time will tell. 




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  Reply # 444430 1-Mar-2011 13:26
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Looks like there's a Doc Beta version




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  Reply # 444431 1-Mar-2011 13:27
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nofam:
lokhor: OMG Gingerbread finally!


Hmmm. . .well maybe - it's an official Samsung build, but looks like an Alpha (or maybe 1st Beta) release - lots of missing features, Touchwiz 3.0 etc.

Time will tell. 


i expect to see alot of custom builds on this in the coming days (darkys doc...), meaning only good news for us :)




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