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  Reply # 1206057 30-Dec-2014 14:31
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Does anyone know the difference between:

Samsung Galaxy Note 4 SM-N910F
Samsung Galaxy Note 4 SM-N910U

The N910F is on sale at JBhifi for $919 and is also sold by Spark but i noticed Vodafone sell the N910U.

Will the N910F still work on Vodafone? Really keen to understand what the exact differences are. Thanks

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  Reply # 1207959 4-Jan-2015 09:38
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Remember when the note 4 was sold at DSE, and there was the promise of the wireless charging stand and back as part of the deal.

Did anyone get theirs?




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  Reply # 1208075 4-Jan-2015 17:34
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Did you order online or go into a store?




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  Reply # 1208144 4-Jan-2015 20:46
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simon14: Does anyone know the difference between:

Samsung Galaxy Note 4 SM-N910F
Samsung Galaxy Note 4 SM-N910U

The N910F is on sale at JBhifi for $919 and is also sold by Spark but i noticed Vodafone sell the N910U.

Will the N910F still work on Vodafone? Really keen to understand what the exact differences are. Thanks


It'll work.

http://www.gsmarena.com/samsung_galaxy_note_4-6434.php




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  Reply # 1208871 5-Jan-2015 23:21
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Ok, I just remembered that it was promised and I never got anything. I bought a S view wireless back, but the cheapo charging stand I have doesnt like it, cycles on and off all the time so the one that DSE should have given me would be useful.




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  Reply # 1222204 26-Jan-2015 07:20
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30Mb update pulled down for my NZ note 4 this morning...




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  Reply # 1222206 26-Jan-2015 07:22
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Shindig: 30Mb update pulled down for my NZ note 4 this morning...


Any one know where this is saved on the phone?

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Hi all,
I am having issues with random "loss of service" on my note 4. Often occurs when the phone is left locked with a strong signal and upon unlocking it shows no service. I then have to switch it back and forth between airplane mode/restart in order to resolve, however, even that doesn't always work. It also occurs across multiple locations in NZ. Have tried a sim replacement to no avail. Appears to have been occurring since I bought the phone 3 weeks ago and also happens irrespective of carrier (2d/spark). Google shows other similar unresolved cases worldwide. Has anyone here had any issues or have any thoughts on the matter?
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  Reply # 1235792 11-Feb-2015 16:48
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barlidge: Hi all,
I am having issues with random "loss of service" on my note 4. Often occurs when the phone is left locked with a strong signal and upon unlocking it shows no service. I then have to switch it back and forth between airplane mode/restart in order to resolve, however, even that doesn't always work. It also occurs across multiple locations in NZ. Have tried a sim replacement to no avail. Appears to have been occurring since I bought the phone 3 weeks ago and also happens irrespective of carrier (2d/spark). Google shows other similar unresolved cases worldwide. Has anyone here had any issues or have any thoughts on the matter?
Cheers
Ben


I've had a Note 4 (On Spark) since release and have never noticed anything similar.

Where did you get the phone from and have you made any modifications to it (Rooting, flashing a new ROM etc?)

Cheers - N


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  Reply # 1235797 11-Feb-2015 16:54
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I have had mine once show emergancy calls only and not make voice calls, but it was still able to recieve a SMS verification code (which was why I picked the phone up to look at it) - so unless there is some mystery way that those can come thru data instead of a cell connection (wouldnt that be nice) then the phone was lying about emergancy calls only.

An airplane mode on and off sorted it out.




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  Reply # 1235799 11-Feb-2015 16:55
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Bought it (spark model) from warehouse stationary petone. Nope no modifications, haven't even really downloaded that many apps.

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  Reply # 1236264 12-Feb-2015 09:04
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I see Note 4 lollipop has started rolling out in Poland.

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  Reply # 1236284 12-Feb-2015 09:28
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Looks like it's for the 910C. Hopefully the U variant isn't too far behind...

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Before anyone asks, Lollipop has not been received for testing on this end just yet. :)




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NikT: Before anyone asks, Lollipop has not been received for testing on this end just yet. :)


Is it here yet?

(I'll check back this afternoon as well)

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