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  Reply # 911392 9-Oct-2013 14:32
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Yep pull down the top bar with two fingers side by side, there's a power saving icon. Turn that off and the screen gets a lot brighter.




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  Reply # 911423 9-Oct-2013 15:14
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I'm not using power saving is completely off

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 911430 9-Oct-2013 15:36
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Under My Device there is Power Saving Mode, which contains a  "Screen Power Saving" option?



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  Reply # 913625 11-Oct-2013 13:33
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Why oh why does Android not have built in functionality so I can select a media file like a MP3 and long hold it in explorer and make it my ringtone or txt message notification.


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  Reply # 913627 11-Oct-2013 13:34
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jeffnz: won't be long for JB 4.3 another leaked version on Sammobile  it sounds ok . I'm running google edition 4.3 which seems snappier 


Hows the GE 4.3 rom is going for you?  

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  Reply # 913762 11-Oct-2013 17:12
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networkn: Why oh why does Android not have built in functionality so I can select a media file like a MP3 and long hold it in explorer and make it my ringtone or txt message notification.



You can to make it a ringtone. set as...



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  Reply # 913764 11-Oct-2013 17:13
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blakamin:
networkn: Why oh why does Android not have built in functionality so I can select a media file like a MP3 and long hold it in explorer and make it my ringtone or txt message notification.



You can to make it a ringtone. set as...


I don't have that option?

I have two files in dropbox I want to make one my RT and the other my SMS Alert.

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  Reply # 913765 11-Oct-2013 17:17
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networkn:
blakamin:
networkn: Why oh why does Android not have built in functionality so I can select a media file like a MP3 and long hold it in explorer and make it my ringtone or txt message notification.



You can to make it a ringtone. set as...


I don't have that option?


If you long press on the file?
I can't test atm as I gave the s4 to my mrs, but that's how she set it the other day.

EDIT: she used the music player and long pressed the song in that.

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  Reply # 914309 13-Oct-2013 13:12
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What roms are people using? Want something nice and smooth and good battery life. Doesn't need all the tweeks under the sun/

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  Reply # 914310 13-Oct-2013 13:19
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I'm using stock, it works fine. I recently put CyanogenMod (however it's spelt) onto my TF101 tablet. It performs fine, battery life is good, and there's no crud on it, but WiFi performance dropped quite a bit.




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  Reply # 914312 13-Oct-2013 13:31
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Is the lte s4 variant also dual carrier? Eg on Vodafone dc network?

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  Reply # 914313 13-Oct-2013 13:32
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joker97: Is the lte s4 variant also dual carrier? Eg on Vodafone dc network?


Quite sure it is.




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  Reply # 914316 13-Oct-2013 13:55
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Kopkiwi: What roms are people using? Want something nice and smooth and good battery life. Doesn't need all the tweeks under the sun/


The GER (google edition) roms available on XDA are quite good if you like Bare bones. I tried Slim bean for a week its very sleek.




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  Reply # 914317 13-Oct-2013 13:56
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Just as a follow on from my recent issues re battery life, I've turned off location services as suggested previously, and also turned fast dormancy off as that seemed to top the kernel wakelocks . I'm on Telecom. The fast dormancy seems to have decreased now.

Anyone tried the Echo rom? Seems to look the goods.

Edit, horrible boot and shutdown animations, otherwise so far so good.




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  Reply # 914330 13-Oct-2013 14:41
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I'm using SVA v3.5. It's the only rom available for the dual sim S4. Seems to going okay and I'm getting decent battery life.

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