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  #822089 19-May-2013 19:11
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blakamin:
Damager: 

oh crud. Mine are both off. How do we set them to on?


Probably SIM activated... no point if the network doesn't support it.


I'll ask them on Twitter.




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  #822094 19-May-2013 19:27
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I presume the USB isn't USB 3 on the S4?

 
 
 
 


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  #822097 19-May-2013 19:33
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any way to turn off/on fast dormancy?




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  #822112 19-May-2013 20:08
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joker97: any way to turn off/on fast dormancy?


off if yr on TNZ.   https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.gokhanmoral.fastdormancytoggle.i9300&hl=en

re that linked rom i posted .. so yeh i'm happily on XXUAME2 at the mo. no issues.

just can't be bothered factory reseting to get offical status back and HD audio, unless TNZ actually support it...might have to ask around at work unless you guys get a response on twitter

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  #822117 19-May-2013 20:36
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it works on s4?

Lambchop:
joker97: any way to turn off/on fast dormancy?


off if yr on TNZ.   https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.gokhanmoral.fastdormancytoggle.i9300&hl=en

re that linked rom i posted .. so yeh i'm happily on XXUAME2 at the mo. no issues.

just can't be bothered factory reseting to get offical status back and HD audio, unless TNZ actually support it...might have to ask around at work unless you guys get a response on twitter




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  #822163 19-May-2013 22:34
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well ..it correctly id'd the TNZ s4 as having the feature off ...   i imagine if you download and try it on voda it'd show as on?

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  #822164 19-May-2013 22:34
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well ..it correctly id'd the TNZ s4 as having the feature off ...   i imagine if you download and try it on voda it'd show as on?

 
 
 
 


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  #822171 19-May-2013 22:55
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Well i used the toggle and the phone still works after restarting showing the correct effect when reusing the app

Whether it actually had an effect i'm not sure ... Will let u know if i can be bothered checking that fast dormancy is not present on kernel wakelocks - is that the correct way to find out?




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  #822326 20-May-2013 11:35
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confirmed with tnz over twitter .... AMR-WB not supported,  so no point enabling that on yr S4.

apprently only the s3, s4 and some htc phones have it ... IP5 was thought to, but can't confirm ..

anyways, so yeh, nope.

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  #822442 20-May-2013 14:04
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Anyone know if AMR-WB is enabled on Vodafone?  I see it is listed in the specs advertised by Vodafone, but that doesn't necessarily mean their network supports it ;)

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  #822701 20-May-2013 22:03
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has anyone tried using the watchon feature to pair on the MySki Hdi box?

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  #822775 21-May-2013 08:54
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ashnizzle: has anyone tried using the watchon feature to pair on the MySki Hdi box?
Yeah, we can't get listings for shows but I paired it to the UK sky TV listings and was able to add a pace box to the remote and my TV, too. 

The problem with it for me is that I also need my amplifier to be turned on to watch TV and it wasn't obvious as to how to do that with WatchON so I never went back to try again. Until they have the NZ listings in there it's pointless anyway. 

I have been testing out SmartRemote at the moment and it's a much better replacement but at USD$9.99 it's not cheap. It's not perfect and certainly isn't a viable replacement for my Harmony Touch. SmartRemote lets you create macros for an action just like Harmony but if something doesn't turn on in the right order, or anything unexpected, then it doesn't have the obvious 'help' function like the Harmony to rectify what might have gone wrong. 

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  #823906 23-May-2013 03:35
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Morning all.

Probably going to purchase this today.
What is the difference between the I9505 and I9500?

Thanks.

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  #823914 23-May-2013 06:23
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That has been answered a couple times already.  Different processor, 9505 has LTE, 9500 does not.

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  #824092 23-May-2013 12:59
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Canuckabroad: That has been answered a couple times already.  Different processor, 9505 has LTE, 9500 does not.



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