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  Reply # 474997 27-May-2011 23:30
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NZtechfreak: 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).


yeah i tried that with chain-fire 3d after rooting . still no go ,wander where the break down is....




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  Reply # 475005 28-May-2011 00:06
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sourceit: The MHL adapter looks cheaper at expansys: http://www.expansys.co.nz/samsung-mhl-micro-usb-micro-hdmi-adapter-for-galaxy-s-ii-217883/



Availability: Expected 7 Days

Lets wait and see about that.
Tho i agree it does look like a cheaper easyier way

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  Reply # 475083 28-May-2011 12:07
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is there anyway i can get MMS messages with out turning on the 3g data connection on ?. i don't want to turn on3g as the apps goes on the net i get charged a dollar.
i have got MMS setting in the APN but doesn't want to connect to to it, has not got a dot next to it so can choose that option(slide the geen button on to it) ,hopefully you know what i mean




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  Reply # 475198 28-May-2011 18:03
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I hope this is of interest to someone? I managed to Export my contacts from my windows phone. Sync'ed them into Outlook. Selected all Contacts in Outlook and Forwarded all as vCard attachments to an email. Saving all vCard files from the email into a directory and onto the phone allows one to add the ones one wishes just by tapping the files and telling it to save them to the phone. Means I have to select the relevant ones I want to add instead of deleting lots of old stuff.

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  Reply # 475203 28-May-2011 18:14
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Hinko: I hope this is of interest to someone? I managed to Export my contacts from my windows phone. Sync'ed them into Outlook. Selected all Contacts in Outlook and Forwarded all as vCard attachments to an email. Saving all vCard files from the email into a directory and onto the phone allows one to add the ones one wishes just by tapping the files and telling it to save them to the phone. Means I have to select the relevant ones I want to add instead of deleting lots of old stuff.


That would have been so much easier than exporting then and trying to import back into google again, and having to edit them all to get the right fields into the right place.

Oh well, always next time lol.

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  Reply # 475205 28-May-2011 18:19
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Forgot to mention also keeps the confidential stuff off gmail - skips using gmail at least until one syncs up with gmail which I suppose will become inevitable?

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  Reply # 475211 28-May-2011 18:31
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sourceit: The MHL adapter looks cheaper at expansys: http://www.expansys.co.nz/samsung-mhl-micro-usb-micro-hdmi-adapter-for-galaxy-s-ii-217883/


Expansys are terrible for putting early dates on incoming stock, and then just putting it further and further back (almost a bait n switch strategy really), I wouldn't count on their estimated arrival time.

I've got my tracking number for my MHL cable, should arrive Monday I think. Video of me playing N64oid with a Phonejoy controller on my TV sure to follow :)




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  Reply # 475276 28-May-2011 22:34
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this will get sum of the tegra games going with this link , still no riptide working yet

http://software2tech.com/tag/cf3d-driver-plugins-zip/




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  Reply # 475408 29-May-2011 13:01
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just on the topic of samsung s2 i have a question? I updated to KE7 through ODIN. Do i also need to root the phone or is it not necessary? Any help would be much appreciated.




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  Reply # 475409 29-May-2011 13:13
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sidders80: just on the topic of samsung s2 i have a question? I updated to KE7 through ODIN. Do i also need to root the phone or is it not necessary? Any help would be much appreciated.


You don't have to root your phone.  Some apps require access to the root of the phone, for example Titanium Backup.  If you want to use an app that requires root access, then you'll need to root the phone :)




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  Reply # 475410 29-May-2011 13:17
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On my SGS, using the Zagg ear buds the sound was backward (sorry, don't know how to explain).  The Zagg buds were really intended for iPhones and their audio is in reverse to most other players.

To use the Zagg buds, I purchased an adapter that allowed the audio to play as you'd expect.  I used the same buds yesterday with the adapter and the audio was all muffled like I had experienced with the SGS.  I removed the adaptor and hey presto, the sound was as I expected.

I'm not sure what changed, and maybe it's documented, and widely known.  Thought I'd mention it.  Maybe they added some converter to the SGS2.  I haven't tried using my original SGS headphones to see if they work in the SGS2.




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  Reply # 475415 29-May-2011 13:43
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Neets: On my SGS, using the Zagg ear buds the sound was backward.



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  Reply # 475420 29-May-2011 13:54
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eracode:
Neets: On my SGS, using the Zagg ear buds the sound was backward.



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Haha!  How long did it take you to type that?




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  Reply # 475429 29-May-2011 14:25
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Since I've mentioned "Zagg", I received an email about their Memorial Day (in the States) Sale.  50% of most things (a few exceptions to do with laptop stuff).  So if anyone was looking to get the Zagg Skin for your newly acquired SGS2, you might want to do that when it's discounted. Though from memory the cost of shipping makes you want to cringe (when I bought the Zaggsparq).

And now I've mentioned skins, I've ordered mine from Skinomi.  They have good reviews and it comes with a squeegie and a little pump bottle with what probably amounts to normal water with a bit of soapy stuff ;-)

Like Zagg, Skinomi offer differing levels of protection.  I have heard others say Zagg's quality has deterioated and it feels a bit like orange peel.  That was enough to make me look elsewhere.

And I accept that there are many out there that will say a protector is not needed, Gorilla glass yadda yadda yadda ;-)  Each to their own.  Just sharing information.




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  Reply # 475493 29-May-2011 18:03
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I am with you on glass protection Neets, my Desire was as new when I sold it due to using screendoms <= my word of the day.

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