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  Reply # 817160 14-May-2013 08:10
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sidders80: Is anyone using the IR Blaster as I can't see NZ in the list when I go to HTC TV app?


you have to set it up with some random country. Works fine as a tv control but you won't get the channel guild and other functionality from there

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  Reply # 817185 14-May-2013 09:09
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  Reply # 817190 14-May-2013 09:17
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Thanks guys all sorted.




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  Reply # 817192 14-May-2013 09:19
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How accurate are Dick Smith stock indicators on their website? Anybody know? Couple stores close by are saying they have stock.

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  Reply # 817200 14-May-2013 09:38
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sidders80: Does anyone know how to move photos in download folder to gallery or set up as a wallpaper?


Hi, I had this same issue. You have to go in to the downloads app (it may be hidden from your app drawer, it was on mine) and select the image you want then press options > set as > wallpaper and your away.

Would be nice if they would save in the gallery somewhere though.

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  Reply # 817219 14-May-2013 10:05
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i am looking at getting the Otterbox Commuter case for the One. Does anyone have prior experience with these cases? Do they add much bulk to the phone?

I do have one of the Rock cases that I got from Ebay. It is a hard plastic case. Quite sturdy - but will not protect much from drops. Also, it was a pain to take it off the phone. I was scaared i might damage the phone.

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  Reply # 817230 14-May-2013 10:16
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$899. Today's Warehouse Red Alert.

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  Reply # 817241 14-May-2013 10:23
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dafman: $899. Today's Warehouse Red Alert.


This has to seriously upset people who have been mucked around for a week or more by Telecom :(

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  Reply # 817246 14-May-2013 10:30
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Hollidog:
sidders80: Does anyone know how to move photos in download folder to gallery or set up as a wallpaper?


Hi, I had this same issue. You have to go in to the downloads app (it may be hidden from your app drawer, it was on mine) and select the image you want then press options > set as > wallpaper and your away.

Would be nice if they would save in the gallery somewhere though.


I wasn't getting this option at all. I downloaded quick Pic and it has solved the problem for me.




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  Reply # 817248 14-May-2013 10:31
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dafman: $899. Today's Warehouse Red Alert.


How long does Delivery take anybody know?

Nvm. 7-10 days.

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  Reply # 817249 14-May-2013 10:32
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Finch:
dafman: $899. Today's Warehouse Red Alert.


How long does Delivery take anybody know?



2-3 days. 



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  Reply # 817272 14-May-2013 11:03
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Finch:
dafman: $899. Today's Warehouse Red Alert.


How long does Delivery take anybody know?

Nvm. 7-10 days.


When I ordered my Galaxy S4 the Warehouse site said 3-5 days delivery.  I ordered it around 3pm in the afternoon and it was delivered late the following day.  Add another day if you are not just down the road from the phone supplier the Warehouse use.

I also think the "in stock" indication on the Warehouse site is reliable unlike the one on the Dick Smith website which seems to be more of an "aspirational goal". :)

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  Reply # 817312 14-May-2013 11:45
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I would like to know please from those that have been asked to pay GST by customs when your phones come from overseas, is the GST amount calculated based on the value of the item declared on the parcel or are there other charges as well?

Thanks in advance

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  Reply # 817321 14-May-2013 12:03
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mrgsm021: I would like to know please from those that have been asked to pay GST by customs when your phones come from overseas, is the GST amount calculated based on the value of the item declared on the parcel or are there other charges as well?

Thanks in advance


The declared value + freight is what they calculate the GST on.

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  Reply # 817328 14-May-2013 12:13
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heavenlywild: The declared value + freight is what they calculate the GST on.


Thanks heavenlywild.

I am considering getting one from exeltek in Aussie and they only use DHL.

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