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  Reply # 642988 19-Jun-2012 10:10
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Response from the Developer re light flow battery drain:

http://www.folioflow.com/ff/page/website/lightflow/pageId/1691#6

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  Reply # 642993 19-Jun-2012 10:15
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lokhor:

Only problem with that is if you take your MicroSD out and try to use it in a card reader Windows won't be able to use it. 

Linux/Mac will be able to read it. Though Windows you can download tool to read it
http://sourceforge.net/projects/ext2read/files/


It is a win some lose some. But if you want to save internal space and have plenty of external then it is an option. Just saying that is all. Sacrificing portabilty for  some usability is worth it right?

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 643192 19-Jun-2012 14:04
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lokhor:

Only problem with that is if you take your MicroSD out and try to use it in a card reader Windows won't be able to use it. 

Linux/Mac will be able to read it. Though Windows you can download tool to read it
http://sourceforge.net/projects/ext2read/files/


It is a win some lose some. But if you want to save internal space and have plenty of external then it is an option. Just saying that is all. Sacrificing portabilty for  some usability is worth it right?


I don't disagree although I think the technical difficulty of doing it will be offputting for most




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  Reply # 643201 19-Jun-2012 14:21
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lokhor:

I don't disagree although I think the technical difficulty of doing it will be offputting for most

Then it is not Samsung or Android concern. That is the tradeoff for buying a smaller internal memory phone. This is why people like me is waiting for the 32GB even though it takes a month after the launch date.

I already know the limitation of the 16GB but some people still arguing that you don't need a 32GB because 16GB is never going to used up. But in reality is that if you want to use your phone to its fullest potentials then you have to use every little last ounce of the provided space built in. Having 32GB internal would help solving some internal apps issue. I know that Android should have fixed this but since it hasnt been fixed then why not get sufficient space to compensate the problem? :)

This is why I said having internal space and external space is two different things. MicroSD card cannot fully replace the usefulness and conveniency of the internal memory.

Otherwise, you have to request the developer of the application you're installing to add option for external installation for data and such. Developers have the choice of implementing the options but did not include in their application because they are lazy. So basically this is not an Android problems :) blame the developers

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  Reply # 643392 19-Jun-2012 19:28
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is it just me, but when you use the flash there seems to be a blue tint in every pic? i ve tried all the setting but cant seem to rid of it .....even thou takes brilliant pics with out flash at room light at night .




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  Reply # 643424 19-Jun-2012 20:38
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you haven't got a blue cover on over the flash or close to it?

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  Reply # 643459 19-Jun-2012 21:08
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Fabian: you haven't got a blue cover on over the flash or close to it?


nope i just took of the protection cover i brought for it , still no deference i should put a few sample pics up. ...




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  Reply # 643466 19-Jun-2012 21:15
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cokeman2:
Fabian: you haven't got a blue cover on over the flash or close to it?


nope i just took of the protection cover i brought for it , still no?deference?i should put a few sample pics up. ...

Mine look quite blue when flash is used as well.

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  Reply # 643483 19-Jun-2012 21:40
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took sum pics


flash on


flash off




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  Reply # 643489 19-Jun-2012 21:45
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u might see sum blurs or pink marks that's the photo converter downsizing from 1.5mb to 150kb . the original pics were good




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  Reply # 643501 19-Jun-2012 22:12
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cokeman2: u might see sum blurs or pink marks that's the photo converter downsizing from 1.5mb to 150kb . the original pics were good

Looks like the camera needs some tweak and the flash is either too soon or too late.
Too much light for the sensor to handle I guess. May be a software update will fix this

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  Reply # 643509 19-Jun-2012 22:30
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My phone is starting to get very glitchy , I'm starting to worry, sms sound isn't working right, apps are crashing, aaaargh

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  Reply # 643557 20-Jun-2012 06:16
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i normally use my phones naked ie: no case, but this mercuryAV case saved my phone yesterday of sorts, chucked the phone (white) in my jacket pocket, walked to work, got to work, and found that my pen had leaked blue ink all over the place, and it was all over the case, and meths had a hard time getting it off, its still ever so slightly stained, lucky indeed

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  Reply # 643561 20-Jun-2012 06:38
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nzviking: i normally use my phones naked ie: no case, but this mercuryAV case saved my phone yesterday of sorts, chucked the phone (white) in my jacket pocket, walked to work, got to work, and found that my pen had leaked blue ink all over the place, and it was all over the case, and meths had a hard time getting it off, its still ever so slightly stained, lucky indeed


last night i dropped it from kitchen bench top to floor. it survived! just unnoticeable scratch on side but working pretty good.

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  Reply # 643562 20-Jun-2012 06:39
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cokeman2: is it just me, but when you use the flash there seems to be a blue tint in every pic? i ve tried all the setting but cant seem to rid of it .....even thou takes brilliant pics with out flash at room light at night .


mine too. i think flash amplifiying blues

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