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  Reply # 837185 15-Jun-2013 11:15
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flawlessx92: is china battery for SIV is reliable and safe? would like to purchase. its really cheap


its not a cheap phone so why use cheap batteries? Use genuine parts so there is no warranty issue in the future.




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  Reply # 837197 15-Jun-2013 11:53
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flawlessx92: is china battery for SIV is reliable and safe? would like to purchase. its really cheap


probably doesn't work ... but you won't know until you try ... but ...

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 837217 15-Jun-2013 12:36
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I got one for $5 odd DealExtreme for my GS3, nothing wrong with it. Probably doesn't last quite as long but it's just the one for when the original dies in the evening

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  Reply # 837243 15-Jun-2013 13:21
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flawlessx92: is china battery for SIV is reliable and safe? would like to purchase. its really cheap


I had 2 for my s3... they started expanding so I got rid of them. I wouldn't buy a cheap battery again after that.

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  Reply # 837453 16-Jun-2013 00:09
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Righto looks like I've talked the missus into having my One X so off to see about an S4 tomorrow...

Where have people gotten their accessories from? HTC have brilliant factory car cradles, seems Samsung do not :(

Any one used these guys before?
http://www.4u-mobi.com/onlinestore/
The KiDiGi stuff looks good.




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  Reply # 837473 16-Jun-2013 07:22
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TheUngeek: Righto looks like I've talked the missus into having my One X so off to see about an S4 tomorrow...

Where have people gotten their accessories from? HTC have brilliant factory car cradles, seems Samsung do not :(

Any one used these guys before?
http://www.4u-mobi.com/onlinestore/
The KiDiGi stuff looks good.




Wish I had seen that site before I bought a Samsung car cradle for my S3.

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  Reply # 837802 16-Jun-2013 21:23
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First bit of my Qi wireless charging arrived.


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  Reply # 837814 16-Jun-2013 21:28
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blakamin: First bit of my Qi wireless charging arrived.



how long does it take to charge?




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- What's next??? S3?

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  Reply # 837816 16-Jun-2013 21:35
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Damager: 
how long does it take to charge?


Still waiting on the coil for the phone :(
It'll probably arrive in the next week.

The whole lot was less than AUD$40 off ebay inc shipping.

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  Reply # 838351 17-Jun-2013 20:47
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Less than $40 you say? Links?


So first full day with the S4 under close to real use. The S4 battery life is so far superior to the One X's life it's not funny. Night and day.


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  Reply # 838357 17-Jun-2013 20:55
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TheUngeek: Less than $40 you say? Links?



Unfortunately I didn't get them both off this guy because his shipping speed is awesome. Still waiting for the receiver.

http://stores.ebay.com.au/AUEarlyBirdSavings



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  Reply # 838361 17-Jun-2013 21:03
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When I pick my S4 up, sometimes it vibrates. Why?

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  Reply # 838363 17-Jun-2013 21:08
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networkn: When I pick my S4 up, sometimes it vibrates. Why?

You have a notification (normally a text message)

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  Reply # 838364 17-Jun-2013 21:08
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networkn: When I pick my S4 up, sometimes it vibrates. Why?


It does that if you have Notifications like text or missed call as a reminder.




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networkn: When I pick my S4 up, sometimes it vibrates. Why?


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