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  Reply # 979567 3-Feb-2014 18:09
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timmmay: That option doesn't exist on 4.2.2.


ahh ok sorry never really looked before so assumed it had always been there.




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  Reply # 979846 4-Feb-2014 01:43
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Anyone tried the leaked NA5 firmware? Going to load that via Odin and then flash Echoe 14.1 . Decided the sammy camera is best for me and I hate the no sd card option in the GE/Nexus camera




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  Reply # 980237 4-Feb-2014 18:10
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Damager: Anyone tried the leaked NA5 firmware? Going to load that via Odin and then flash Echoe 14.1 . Decided the sammy camera is best for me and I hate the no sd card option in the GE/Nexus camera


I'm on AOSP kitkat and probably flash the nest release from samsung as I'm not too worried about the bootloader voiding warranty. Looks like it can be flashed regardless of bootloader but not downgraded but not sure whether you can to a knox bootloader rom but not sure why one would want to go back.
I see that some of the later 4.2.2 releases have knox bootloader so a few may have it without knowing




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  Reply # 980947 5-Feb-2014 19:37
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found this simple app that gives you info on your phone like manufacturing date, CSC etc.






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  Reply # 981740 7-Feb-2014 11:59
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http://www.thewarehouse.co.nz/red/redalert/product/1802898

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  Reply # 981752 7-Feb-2014 12:12
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why is this on the owners' thread ;p i'm so tempted to get a second one ;p

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  Reply # 981755 7-Feb-2014 12:16
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networkn: http://www.thewarehouse.co.nz/red/redalert/product/1802898

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thats very cheap, makes selling my S4 when S5 arrives a bit suss




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  Reply # 981759 7-Feb-2014 12:21
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no, hold on to the S4 and subscribe to warehouse sale emails and get the s5 for cheap :D (that's my game plan ... unless someone else can make a 5.2-5.5" super small super light super phone ... c'mon competitors!)



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  Reply # 981767 7-Feb-2014 12:30
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jeffnz:
networkn: http://www.thewarehouse.co.nz/red/redalert/product/1802898

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thats very cheap, makes selling my S4 when S5 arrives a bit suss


Yah I want to get my wife an upgrade for her S2, but she doesn't want such a "big" phone.


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  Reply # 981770 7-Feb-2014 12:36
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iphone 5S ...

... what?

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  Reply # 981814 7-Feb-2014 13:41
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networkn:
jeffnz:
networkn: http://www.thewarehouse.co.nz/red/redalert/product/1802898

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thats very cheap, makes selling my S4 when S5 arrives a bit suss


Yah I want to get my wife an upgrade for her S2, but she doesn't want such a "big" phone.



I loved my S2 is a great phone but really the S4 isn't that much bigger once you get used to it. As an aside I was playing around with the HTC one and Sony Z1 and their screen's usable area is smaller than S4 because of the navigation keys on screen hence liking having the physical home button and hope they don't change that. The Z1 looked and felt huge but actually was smaller given the usable screen size.




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  Reply # 981821 7-Feb-2014 13:45
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I think Jeff liked his S2, and that he doesn't think the S4 is much bigger...




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  Reply # 981823 7-Feb-2014 13:48
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timmmay: I think Jeff liked his S2, and that he doesn't think the S4 is much bigger...


How amusing :) 


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  Reply # 981842 7-Feb-2014 14:29
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I still didn't get the point ... what about the S2?

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  Reply # 981847 7-Feb-2014 14:34
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networkn:
jeffnz:
networkn: http://www.thewarehouse.co.nz/red/redalert/product/1802898

$650


thats very cheap, makes selling my S4 when S5 arrives a bit suss


Yah I want to get my wife an upgrade for her S2, but she doesn't want such a "big" phone.



 I upgraded my wife's S2 to a Moto G.  she loves it especially the battery life....




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