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  Reply # 670336 10-Aug-2012 00:37
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Go no where without mine, but i think it and the SGSII will both go in favour of the note 2 possibly

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  Reply # 670485 10-Aug-2012 11:13
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I'm currently using a Xperia ray, SGSII, Tab 7.7, iPad2 and a Nokia N8, I think that's enough. Admittedly, the iPad does not get to leave home. The day pack is, X series vaio, Xperia ray, SGSII, Tab 7.7, with the ray swapping to N8 at 4pm Friday along with SGSII SIM going to the Tab 7.7.

Lucky we are in a generation of mobile devices, making like simpler ;-)

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 670525 10-Aug-2012 12:07
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lyonrouge: Mine is 3G


Yep, I'm aware it is available in 3G, I just didn't get a 3G one is all. Would definitely get a 3G one in the future on the basis of my experience with the Huawei MediaPad.




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  Reply # 670560 10-Aug-2012 13:06
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Vodafone don't have bundle sharing yet, but I'm hoping they do soon so I can utilise mine.

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  Reply # 670623 10-Aug-2012 15:41
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VF have a 512MB per month deal for $10 IF you have a suitable on-account plan with them.

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  Reply # 670723 10-Aug-2012 18:09
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Data is so expensive here :(

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  Reply # 671180 11-Aug-2012 21:03
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Probably going to give this ago tomorrow, i will try with odin mobile maybe.
http://www.androidauthority.com/galaxy-tab-7-7-gt-p6800-android-4-0-4-ics-xxlq1-update-102129/

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  Reply # 671191 11-Aug-2012 21:33
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They're rolling ICS out now to European variants so depending on where yours was sourced am official release won't be too far away.






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  Reply # 671192 11-Aug-2012 21:35
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How do I determine where mine was sourced?

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  Reply # 671200 11-Aug-2012 21:51
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CSC code will tell you which 'region' it was originally sold to. (or at least the region it's now set at)

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  Reply # 671220 11-Aug-2012 22:30
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Dont go much on offical stuff, i would rather do it.

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  Reply # 671357 12-Aug-2012 11:15
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Job done, took 5 minutes with Mobile Odin, updating apps now, looks good so far.

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  Reply # 671363 12-Aug-2012 11:35
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Any significant improvements over 3.2? I assume you don't get the Samsung bloatware with that ROM

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  Reply # 671375 12-Aug-2012 12:45
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I got most all of the bloat-ware, but used Titanium Backup to re order things appropriately. I do like it alot.

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  Reply # 671380 12-Aug-2012 12:49
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One more thing, i have noticed is i have more available memory, when i used to shut stuff down with task manager, i saw the memory was about 7?? Kb now its 806 Kb go figure.

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