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  Reply # 760246 12-Feb-2013 16:28
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The nexus 4 is pretty easy to open so replacing the battery shouldnt be too hard (it has pretty standardized screws too)

http://www.ifixit.com/Teardown/Nexus+4+Teardown/11781/2


People on this thread are saying /claiming that the N4 has a life of around 800 cycles, so youre short by just under a year 

http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2052262



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  Reply # 760294 12-Feb-2013 17:25
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scNtt: The nexus 4 is pretty easy to open so replacing the battery shouldnt be too hard (it has pretty standardized screws too)

http://www.ifixit.com/Teardown/Nexus+4+Teardown/11781/2


People on this thread are saying /claiming that the N4 has a life of around 800 cycles, so youre short by just under a year 

http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2052262




yea abit more hassle than usual replacing the battery , but at least it's "user replacable" and i shouldn't worry bout it for 2.5-3 years. 

The charger that comes with it won't be usable here in NZ I assume, just the USB cable , but i have an adaptor from my Optimus L5 handset , can i use that ?

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 760297 12-Feb-2013 17:32
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coolcat21:
scNtt: The nexus 4 is pretty easy to open so replacing the battery shouldnt be too hard (it has pretty standardized screws too)

http://www.ifixit.com/Teardown/Nexus+4+Teardown/11781/2


People on this thread are saying /claiming that the N4 has a life of around 800 cycles, so youre short by just under a year 

http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2052262




yea abit more hassle than usual replacing the battery , but at least it's "user replacable" and i shouldn't worry bout it for 2.5-3 years. 

The charger that comes with it won't be usable here in NZ I assume, just the USB cable , but i have an adaptor from my Optimus L5 handset , can i use that ?


yeah all you need is an adapter, just a cheap $2 one will do fine

Or if you have any kinda of usb charger then that will work fine too


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  Reply # 760299 12-Feb-2013 17:37
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Sweet,
I think i'll order it it sometimes this week. Wish me luck. Hopefully no one at youshop will steal it ! Innocent
And....hopefully it won't go faulty within a year, since there's no waranty.

But i'm excited like a kid to get that powerful of a phone for $400 ....damn google why dont ya open a shop here or aussie....tsk tsk tsk



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  Reply # 760306 12-Feb-2013 17:44
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coolcat21:

Sweet,
I think i'll order it it sometimes this week. Wish me luck. Hopefully no one at youshop will steal it ! Innocent
And....hopefully it won't go faulty within a year, since there's no waranty.

But i'm excited like a kid to get that powerful of a phone for $400 ....damn google why dont ya open a shop here or aussie....tsk tsk tsk




Australia has a play store too. When they come back in Stock and you know someone who's coming over from there you could get them to order one and claim back tax on the way back. It'll end up being only slightly more expensive and easier to claim warranty


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  Reply # 760309 12-Feb-2013 17:48
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scNtt:
coolcat21:

Sweet,
I think i'll order it it sometimes this week. Wish me luck. Hopefully no one at youshop will steal it ! Innocent
And....hopefully it won't go faulty within a year, since there's no waranty.

But i'm excited like a kid to get that powerful of a phone for $400 ....damn google why dont ya open a shop here or aussie....tsk tsk tsk




Australia has a play store too. When they come back in Stock and you know someone who's coming over from there you could get them to order one and claim back tax on the way back. It'll end up being only slightly more expensive and easier to claim warranty



I have no one and know no one from or in Aussie land unfortunately haha. 

BUt phones these days should be pretty reliable *cross fingers *

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  Reply # 762588 14-Feb-2013 19:32
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anyone got android 4.2.2?

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  Reply # 762623 14-Feb-2013 20:28
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Nope! But can't wait to get those toggles on the settings pull down!

xyf

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  Reply # 762738 15-Feb-2013 08:28
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bahaha yeah i never understood why they didnt make them work beforehand. Plus you need to be able to add more. I still use a widget

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  Reply # 763462 16-Feb-2013 16:37
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I ordered another Nexus 4 for my wife.  Interestingly I can now access the US play store without a VPN as long as I'm signed into my google account.  If I sign out of my google account it says the store isn't available in my country.

I've tried this on several different computers, in different locations, using different browsers to rule out accidental VPN usage but it definitely only requires me to be logged into my google account now - Sweet!  Anyone else have this good fortune?



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  Reply # 763467 16-Feb-2013 16:42
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OMG you're right!!! Even when using the www.google.co.nz URL it still works wow

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  Reply # 763468 16-Feb-2013 16:47
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there are youshop promo codes that work for a small 15% discount on shipping "youshopbf11"

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  Reply # 763475 16-Feb-2013 16:59
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northover: OMG you're right!!! Even when using the www.google.co.nz URL it still works wow


I can only guess that google validate your location by postal address then by IP address.  And maybe a successful delivery to a US address is further validation.  Regardless it's great! :-)

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  Reply # 763497 16-Feb-2013 17:48
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Yip looks like I'm locked into the US store also.

Its awesome but also makes getting NZ restricted apps impossible.

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  Reply # 763517 16-Feb-2013 18:56
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I tried logging in via Google.com to Google wallet but still get the restriction. How are you guys doing it??




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