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  Reply # 812136 6-May-2013 16:32
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nzgman: Got my S4 today :-) just found that Swype is no longer included like on my S2

Also does anyone know how to transfer Wifi network and blue-tooth data and passwords for the s2 to the s4?


Ops just found that the keyboard does have the same kind of features as swype anyway :-) just needed to tick the box saying "Continuous input"


The Samsung swipe to type is rather good. Always preferred their layout to Swype and co.



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  Reply # 812138 6-May-2013 16:33
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I like the fact the numbers are above the letters, saves a lot of hassle.

I was really hoping that the screen real estate of 1080P over 720p would be more apparent, but in reality I don't seem to get that much more on the screen. It is evident in some applications like Chrome.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 812139 6-May-2013 16:34
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networkn: I like the fact the numbers are above the letters, saves a lot of hassle.


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  Reply # 812172 6-May-2013 18:02
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wow didn't realise we could swype!


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  Reply # 812194 6-May-2013 18:26
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well after spending a few hours with my new phone I have found that I was sent the i9500 model and not the i9505. ( I want the correct one for NZ for 4g)
have defaulted it and am returning it tomorrow :-(




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  Reply # 812205 6-May-2013 18:50
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nzgman: well after spending a few hours with my new phone I have found that I was sent the i9500 model and not the i9505. ( I want the correct one for NZ for 4g)
have defaulted it and am returning it tomorrow :-(


Where did you buy it from?

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  Reply # 812215 6-May-2013 19:14
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I need comma :(

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networkn: I like the fact the numbers are above the letters, saves a lot of hassle.


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  Reply # 812216 6-May-2013 19:15
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Flash has stopped working on 4.2 ... Anyone knows how to unbreak Flash on the s4?

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  Reply # 812223 6-May-2013 19:26
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nunz: 

Zero Lemon 7000mAh - avaialbe from Amazon - $30USD. 5 days usage.



Do you have a link? A search on Amazon only shows S3.

And so does their website. :-/

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  Reply # 812240 6-May-2013 19:37
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joker97: Flash has stopped working on 4.2 ... Anyone knows how to unbreak Flash on the s4?


Give it a google and you will find a download link. You just need to enable the setting in the security stuff that allows downloads from anonymous sources.
Doesn't work on Chrome for Android but does work on the default browser. I personally just go without because having Chrome sync'd across all the devices is just worth way more than a few videos.

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  Reply # 812419 6-May-2013 23:25
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so i picked up a telecom s4 today - has any one rooted yet and NOT have a custom status result from it?

i'm gonna hold off until that's confirmed .... no one knows yet how stuff like knox is effected ..

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so i picked up a telecom s4 today - has any one rooted yet and NOT have a custom status result from it?

i'm gonna hold off until that's confirmed .... no one knows yet how stuff like knox is effected ..

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  Reply # 812424 6-May-2013 23:28
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Lambchop: so i picked up a telecom s4 today - has any one rooted yet and NOT have a custom status result from it?

i'm gonna hold off until that's confirmed .... no one knows yet how stuff like knox is effected ..


You can't root and not have the status change.

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  Reply # 812434 6-May-2013 23:37
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I've rooted and the system still looks for updates. It doesn't register as "modified".




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- What's next??? S3?

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  Reply # 812435 6-May-2013 23:39
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I remember my rooted S2 would search for updates but it couldn't install them.

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