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  Reply # 474690 27-May-2011 09:52
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Count me in for the MHL cable.

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  Reply # 474693 27-May-2011 09:56
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OK will do. Can I get folks wanting one to just PM me so I have a record of who is in without having to go back through the thread. Cheers

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 474711 27-May-2011 11:05
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been reading the wifi issue on xda any cure for that yet? , i seem lose the wifi bout 10m from router altogether :(




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  Reply # 474717 27-May-2011 11:23
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I was looking for info on why the wireless scanning happens every 8 seconds or or so and came across this little GEM. At least they described Kies correctly.

In case they take the page down here is the text:

Samsung is emotional a newborn grouping update for the Samsung Galaxy S2, titled KE7.
The update module meliorate shelling life, compound GPS readings, raise a some apps, meliorate performance, and mend the ‘pinkspot’ fault in the camera, according to engadget.
Within the terminal period Samsung has liberated individual updates for the Galaxy S2, rising the secondary code glitches.
Samsung’s terminal update was liberated a some weeks ago, sterilisation auto-brightness issues and motion up the sensitiveness of the Swype code keyboard on the smartphone.
Additionally, a liberated unlock app titled Galaxy S2 SIM Unlock was liberated for the Galaxy S2, which enables owners to ingest the smartphone on some ambulatory sound network.
The KE7 update is the ordinal update for the Samsung Galaxy S2. You crapper download the update today via Kies.

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  Reply # 474747 27-May-2011 12:30
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I am officially an owner of the lovely SGS2 Laughing  Is it time to go home?  Pity I'm in meetings all afternoon now.




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  Reply # 474754 27-May-2011 12:34
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Neets: I am officially an owner of the lovely SGS2 Laughing  Is it time to go home?  Pity I'm in meetings all afternoon now.


HUZZAH!  Go you!

Full review on my desk by 9:00am Monday morning please. . . . .

I'm still waiting to see what kind of plan-deals Vodafone will offer. . . .Rumours are still pegging a Jue 15th release here.




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  Reply # 474773 27-May-2011 13:09
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Thanks for the emails everyone, got yours JINX although cant reply due you not taking pvt messages.

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  Reply # 474779 27-May-2011 13:18
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Oops. Have fixed that.






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  Reply # 474782 27-May-2011 13:31
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kiwitrc: OK will do. Can I get folks wanting one to just PM me so I have a record of who is in without having to go back through the thread. Cheers
PM'd. Thanks for organising this kiwitrc.

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  Reply # 474801 27-May-2011 14:01
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MHL Adapters

Just to let you know how I will do this, once I get the cables ordered, and they are shipped, I will let everyone know the tracking number and the cost incl local courier (around <$3) and then you can transfer $$$.

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  Reply # 474872 27-May-2011 16:27
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So I got my Zagg skin the other day and have a few comments to make.

I installed the full coverage option without the screen protector as I have never liked the slight 'orange peel' effect that the zagg protectors produce.

The protector fits well and was easy to install however with the textured back I encountered some issues.

The skin was placed as I have done many times before but due to the dimples, water was retained and unable to be squeegied out. Normally during the next 24 hours or so the water evaporates from little pockets and the skin sticks down nice, in this case the water evaporated and pulled the skin down into the dimple. This wouldn't be an issue if the whole back piece had this happen, but it didn't.

I now have a somewhat random pattern of slightly darker and slightly lighter dimples on the back.

Honestly I don't mind, It makes it my phone, and nobody else will have the same withut having to put some garish coloured skin on.

Anyway, thought someone might be interested.

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  Reply # 474882 27-May-2011 17:13
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any one played this game yet "Riptide GP" the first wow game specially for the Tegra 2 chip-set ?

http://www.appbrain.com/app/riptide-gp/com.vectorunit.blue

ummm mayb they release one for the sgs 2 non tegra




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  Reply # 474897 27-May-2011 18:20
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I've played it on my Tab, great game. Some users have it working on their SGSII's with Chainfire 3D, but I can't seem to make it startup (black screen and then dumps me back to wherever I was beforehand). Trying to work what is different between my phone and theirs (ROM version, CF3D settings etc).




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  Reply # 474966 27-May-2011 21:56
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The day has finally arrived :D I have joined the smartphone world!

So NZ post suck phone arrived in NZ on Tuesday afternoon and didn't get customs applied until this morning.

I called them lots and they were all very friendly and helpful people on the phone. But just wish it was a faster customs process.




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