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Master Geek


  # 522987 19-Sep-2011 12:58
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Hey guys anyone know if our phones have bluetooth object push profile?

I was looking at getting one of these - polaroid pogo printer

http://www.1-day.co.nz/products/AAIACN1PC 

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Ultimate Geek

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  # 523262 19-Sep-2011 21:20
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everybodylovesfebs: Hey guys anyone know if our phones have bluetooth object push profile?

I was looking at getting one of these - polaroid pogo printer

http://www.1-day.co.nz/products/AAIACN1PC 


Not sure, but there are blue tooth file transfer apps on the market.
 

 
 
 
 


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Geek


  # 523452 20-Sep-2011 11:32
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Hi all,

A question about contacts. I have mine set up to sync with my gmail account and all is good. When I go to Contacts then I only see people who I have in my Gmail Contacts list. However when I go to Messaging and then 'Add Recipient' there are heaps of duplicates and people not in my gmail contacts. Where does this come from and how can I trim it down to just who I want to appear there?

Cheers
Tony 

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Uber Geek

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  # 523505 20-Sep-2011 13:23
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tonypnz: Hi all,

A question about contacts. I have mine set up to sync with my gmail account and all is good. When I go to Contacts then I only see people who I have in my Gmail Contacts list. However when I go to Messaging and then 'Add Recipient' there are heaps of duplicates and people not in my gmail contacts. Where does this come from and how can I trim it down to just who I want to appear there?

Cheers
Tony 


Hi Tony

It's possible the other contacts are on the phone, or the SIM.  You can choose which to display under Contacts.  Depends if you're running stock or a customised ROM as to how you access this.

These instructions may not be the same for the ROM you're using, but might help guide anyway.
Press Contacts
Press Menu
Press More (it might show Display Options at this point) 
Display Options
Under the "Select contacts to display" you'll see Phone, SIM, Google (for each of your Google accounts if you've set multiple up to synch), Facebook, Twitter - whatever else you've allowed to be included.
Expand each area and then untick the groups of people you don't want included.

Hope that makes sense :) 




Samsung Galaxy S5 SM-G900I

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Uber Geek


  # 523507 20-Sep-2011 13:27
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Neets:
tonypnz: Hi all,

A question about contacts. I have mine set up to sync with my gmail account and all is good. When I go to Contacts then I only see people who I have in my Gmail Contacts list. However when I go to Messaging and then 'Add Recipient' there are heaps of duplicates and people not in my gmail contacts. Where does this come from and how can I trim it down to just who I want to appear there?

Cheers
Tony 


Hi Tony

It's possible the other contacts are on the phone, or the SIM.  You can choose which to display under Contacts.  Depends if you're running stock or a customised ROM as to how you access this.

These instructions may not be the same for the ROM you're using, but might help guide anyway.
Press Contacts
Press Menu
Press More (it might show Display Options at this point) 
Display Options
Under the "Select contacts to display" you'll see Phone, SIM, Google (for each of your Google accounts if you've set multiple up to synch), Facebook, Twitter - whatever else you've allowed to be included.
Expand each area and then untick the groups of people you don't want included.

Hope that makes sense :) 


You're both right (unfortunately) - you can set them in Contacts, but this doesn't have any bearing on what you see in SMS recipients unfortunately; I only use Google contacts in my Contacts list, but all three types come though when I go to contact via the SMS app.

It seems stupid, and likely a bug, but I just find my recipient in the Contacts list, and then swipe right-to-left to SMS them.

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Uber Geek


  # 523515 20-Sep-2011 13:41
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You can also join multiple contacts so you only see one listing per name

On another note, picked up a Belkin silicone case yesterday at JB Hifi on Queen St, they have a fairly good selection consisting of 3 or 4 different brands/styles and in various colours, so far the best selection i have found to date

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Geek


# 524033 21-Sep-2011 13:01
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AAAAAAAAAAAARRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGHHHHHHHHHHHHH!!!!!!!!!!

Can someone PLEASE tell me how to sync this SGS2 to my PC for mass storage without bloody Samsung Kies (POS) connecting automatically???

I've checked Kies and it isnt set to auto sync.

Starting to think shoulda bought an iphone...

Thank you (rant over)

B

 
 
 
 


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Uber Geek


  # 524036 21-Sep-2011 13:04
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Barrabas: AAAAAAAAAAAARRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGHHHHHHHHHHHHH!!!!!!!!!!

Can someone PLEASE tell me how to sync this SGS2 to my PC for mass storage without bloody Samsung Kies (POS) connecting automatically???

I've checked Kies and it isnt set to auto sync.

Starting to think shoulda bought an iphone...

Thank you (rant over)

B


Unplug your phone from the PC first, and then turn on USB Debugging under Settings->Applications->Development.

Then when you plug it back in (assuming all drivers are installed), you get an option in your notification bar to connect.

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Geek


  # 524043 21-Sep-2011 13:22
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nofam...

Thanks very much. was starting to lose it with the phone. Any ideas when I trans complete albums to this SGS2 it just bungs most of them into the sd card as "unknown"?


B

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Uber Geek


  # 524044 21-Sep-2011 13:25
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Barrabas: nofam...

Thanks very much. was starting to lose it with the phone. Any ideas when I trans complete albums to this SGS2 it just bungs most of them into the sd card as "unknown"?


B


Are you using the inbuilt file explorer to view the SD card?

Is the music player reading them ok?

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Uber Geek


  # 524045 21-Sep-2011 13:30
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Barrabas: nofam...

Thanks very much. was starting to lose it with the phone. Any ideas when I trans complete albums to this SGS2 it just bungs most of them into the sd card as "unknown"?


B


Are you using AAC files as m4a? if so I had the same problem but it can be fixed with an app called mediafix you can download it from the market. 

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Geek


  # 524049 21-Sep-2011 13:37
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Yeah, pulling albums out of iTunes.

Mediafix is AWESOME!!!!

Thanks nitrotech :) Now I don't have to destroy the phone with a hammer!

B

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Uber Geek


  # 524057 21-Sep-2011 13:48
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Barrabas: Yeah, pulling albums out of iTunes.

Mediafix is AWESOME!!!!

Thanks nitrotech :) Now I don't have to destroy the phone with a hammer!

B


Great to hear it worked, meidafix is really quick and it's nice that it tells you how many need fixing.

If your cover art is missing you can download an app called 'cover art downloader' which works really well too.    

Foo

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Ultimate Geek


  # 524069 21-Sep-2011 14:10
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Barrabas: nofam...

Thanks very much. was starting to lose it with the phone. Any ideas when I trans complete albums to this SGS2 it just bungs most of them into the sd card as "unknown"?


B


Probably easier to copy it to the storage card rather than using any syncing tool (i.e. drag and drop with Windows Explorer).

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Geek


# 524070 21-Sep-2011 14:12
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Cool, got the album art (well, most of it) now too. Cheers for another great tip!

Pity the S2 actually sounds like sh*t compared to the SGS Lol. Guess I shoula checked that out prior to purchase huh?

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