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netspanner
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  #1605550 6-Aug-2016 17:10
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Thanks I really want to keep the Ultra power saving mode from the S5, its awesome for tramping, I set it up with my gps in New Zealand maps, and the kindle.


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  #1605565 6-Aug-2016 17:36
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netspanner:

 

Thanks I really want to keep the Ultra power saving mode from the S5, its awesome for tramping, I set it up with my gps in New Zealand maps, and the kindle.

 

 

Off button is awesome for saving power ;)


 
 
 
 


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  #1613746 18-Aug-2016 13:46
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Wow. There have been 98 Android 6.0.1 roms pushed to most of the world and still nothing for New Zealand SM-G900F

 

Anybody from 2degrees reading this?

 

 


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  #1613764 18-Aug-2016 14:11
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Ah just use a third party ROM, you get more control.


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  #1614644 19-Aug-2016 20:58
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I see the SM-G900F 6.0.1 roms for Vodafone Spark and 2Degrees are available now.

 

Regards, John.


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  #1619319 29-Aug-2016 20:26
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Also Vodafone upgrade to marshmallow for SM-G900i. Have uninstalled the Indian version and gone back the Vodafone one. Everything working great.

 

 


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  #1619339 29-Aug-2016 21:13
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I am not going to upgrade my S5 to Marshmallow.  I have been involved with a low end Moto G2 (only 8 Gig with a 32G SD card) that was upgraded and witnessed the subsequent loss of the 32G card which is no longer accessible by Marshmallow apps (camera or music) and before somebody responds by suggesting that I could make the 32G card "internal storage" non of the suggested (and purchased) SD cards appear to be fast enough to function and formatted as "portable storage" is pointless as the Marshmallow apps can't access the card..  This is possibly a Moto issue and may not apply to the S5 but why risk it.  Given that my S5 is 16G with a 32G SD card I am not prepared to lose functionality for an upgrade that I don't think will improve my already great phone.


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