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  Reply # 696661 5-Oct-2012 10:51

Anyone tried this?

Palm Wireless Charger Kit For Galaxy S3
http://www.playtech.co.nz/afawcs0139235/CATID=/ID=18569/SID=859249039/productdetails.html

One thing that concerns me is if this would cause any issues with NFC? Also, whether the cover still sits flush with this kit under it. I heard that it bulges out a bit.

Otherwise I'm tempted though it is quite pricey.

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  Reply # 696689 5-Oct-2012 11:24
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fatboy: Anyone tried this?

Palm Wireless Charger Kit For Galaxy S3
http://www.playtech.co.nz/afawcs0139235/CATID=/ID=18569/SID=859249039/productdetails.html

One thing that concerns me is if this would cause any issues with NFC? Also, whether the cover still sits flush with this kit under it. I heard that it bulges out a bit.

Otherwise I'm tempted though it is quite pricey.

SHEEEEEEZUS that's expensive. I bought a Palm Touchstone and pixi back cover for about $35 on ebay and stuck the induction loop inside my original S3 back cover. Pretty much looks exactly the same as the pictures from playtech.

My case is a RockCase so is pretty thin and still works for the charging side of things. However, the magnets in the base aren't very strong when I have the case on the phone so it doesn't sit very solidly.


 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 696691 5-Oct-2012 11:29
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Does anybody know if its possible to keep the ripple (Think thats what its called?) effect while using widget locker? Thanks



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  Reply # 696693 5-Oct-2012 11:30
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I hate the ripple thing! I just want a pull down bar, like the old HTC's had.

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  Reply # 696703 5-Oct-2012 11:53
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networkn: I hate the ripple thing! I just want a pull down bar, like the old HTC's had.


switch it off under settings, lockscreen or buy an HTC Innocent




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  Reply # 696740 5-Oct-2012 12:46
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jeffnz:
networkn: I hate the ripple thing! I just want a pull down bar, like the old HTC's had.


switch it off under settings, lockscreen or buy an HTC Innocent


Hahah where is the "Like" button when you need one? +1

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  Reply # 696837 5-Oct-2012 15:52
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So I flashed the Polish JB stock ROM onto my Telecom S3. Although scrolling/swiping etc is super Jellybean smooth, general operation like opening apps, scrolling in the browser, typing etc is really slow and laggy compared to the stock 4.0 ROM..

Anyone else had this issue?

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  Reply # 696838 5-Oct-2012 15:57
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UnitedWeFall: So I flashed the Polish JB stock ROM onto my Telecom S3. Although scrolling/swiping etc is super Jellybean smooth, general operation like opening apps, scrolling in the browser, typing etc is really slow and laggy compared to the stock 4.0 ROM..

Anyone else had this issue?


Did you wipe cache etc and factory reset the phone first?

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  Reply # 696839 5-Oct-2012 16:00
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kiwitrc:
UnitedWeFall: So I flashed the Polish JB stock ROM onto my Telecom S3. Although scrolling/swiping etc is super Jellybean smooth, general operation like opening apps, scrolling in the browser, typing etc is really slow and laggy compared to the stock 4.0 ROM..

Anyone else had this issue?


Did you wipe cache etc and factory reset the phone first?


Yep I did both :)

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  Reply # 696842 5-Oct-2012 16:11
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UnitedWeFall:
kiwitrc:
UnitedWeFall: So I flashed the Polish JB stock ROM onto my Telecom S3. Although scrolling/swiping etc is super Jellybean smooth, general operation like opening apps, scrolling in the browser, typing etc is really slow and laggy compared to the stock 4.0 ROM..

Anyone else had this issue?


Did you wipe cache etc and factory reset the phone first?


Yep I did both :)


I am running a custom ROM JB on mine. The only time I had any issues was when I flashed it for the first time and didnt wipe the phone first, thought I would try it anyway as I could always go back to my backup.

How did you restore your apps, if Titanium make sure you only restore apps and data not system data, apart from those suggestions thats all I got.

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  Reply # 696844 5-Oct-2012 16:14
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kiwitrc:
UnitedWeFall:
kiwitrc:
UnitedWeFall: So I flashed the Polish JB stock ROM onto my Telecom S3. Although scrolling/swiping etc is super Jellybean smooth, general operation like opening apps, scrolling in the browser, typing etc is really slow and laggy compared to the stock 4.0 ROM..

Anyone else had this issue?


Did you wipe cache etc and factory reset the phone first?


Yep I did both :)


I am running a custom ROM JB on mine. The only time I had any issues was when I flashed it for the first time and didnt wipe the phone first, thought I would try it anyway as I could always go back to my backup.

How did you restore your apps, if Titanium make sure you only restore apps and data not system data, apart from those suggestions thats all I got.


Thanks for that.  I didn't restore any apps. Might flash it again and make sure I did the wipes properly.



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  Reply # 697048 6-Oct-2012 09:25
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Ok what about this? Is this compatible with my S3?

http://www.buy.com/prod/sandisk-ultra-64gb-microsdxc-card-with-adapter-class-10-u1/230276145.html

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  Reply # 697062 6-Oct-2012 10:14
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networkn: Ok what about this? Is this compatible with my S3?

http://www.buy.com/prod/sandisk-ultra-64gb-microsdxc-card-with-adapter-class-10-u1/230276145.html

Yes it is compatible.



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  Reply # 697070 6-Oct-2012 10:46
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networkn: Ok what about this? Is this compatible with my S3?

http://www.buy.com/prod/sandisk-ultra-64gb-microsdxc-card-with-adapter-class-10-u1/230276145.html

Yes it is compatible.


Is it a reasonable deal?

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  Reply # 697083 6-Oct-2012 11:18
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networkn:
IntegerIsNumber:
networkn: Ok what about this? Is this compatible with my S3?

http://www.buy.com/prod/sandisk-ultra-64gb-microsdxc-card-with-adapter-class-10-u1/230276145.html

Yes it is compatible.


Is it a reasonable deal?

Sh*t yeah. $47 USD bucks is cheap.
Get me one too if you do lol :-)
I'm serious get two and I take one.

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