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  # 781830 14-Mar-2013 18:31
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i've debloated a million times just ask me which ones to titanium freeze :)




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  # 783298 18-Mar-2013 10:03
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EvilMonkey: I've used wanamlite before.was not bad but still had some bloat. Debloating myself takes too long and I have messed it up a few times :]. Was mostly looking for som e personal opinions as I have browsed CDA and the exact info on different ROMs seems sparing. Might try neatrom. This cyanogen seems to rape my battery.


I am running Thebyani Stock XXLSD on PhiZ latest kernal and this flies along nicely for me on my SII. No really issues for me on it. It has Samsung apps on it but not many.

 
 
 
 


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  # 784874 21-Mar-2013 11:18
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HardcorePawn, Willywonkar and Shoes2468, have any of you found JJLS2 to be better than DOLP4 for the "T" model? I have tried DOLPV4 and found it much better than the modem that came with the Spain Jellybean release, got much better reception with DOLP4 and MUCH better battery life. The battery was lasting about 8 hours on the XXLS8 modem.

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  # 784878 21-Mar-2013 11:27
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stevesumner: HardcorePawn, Willywonkar and Shoes2468, have any of you found JJLS2 to be better than DOLP4 for the "T" model? I have tried DOLPV4 and found it much better than the modem that came with the Spain Jellybean release, got much better reception with DOLP4 and MUCH better battery life. The battery was lasting about 8 hours on the XXLS8 modem.


TBH,  I haven't noticed much of a difference between the two...  They both seem to give me decent battery, reception and data... 

I live in a somewhat marginal 3G reception area (My theory is that is related to the proximity to Auckland Airport) and they seem to work about the same...

When I head into the city centre (or other suburbs) the reception and data connection seems to be fine...

As for battery life, I don't really have an issue with either... I was considering flashing DOLP4 back on to see if I could notice any difference... so I think I'll do that today... will let you know how I get on :)

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  # 784894 21-Mar-2013 11:50
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I received my GSIII back last night from the repairer and the repair said they changed the mother board over and after setting it up again it looks to be working perfectly again.

Must of done some proper testing this time as it was away for just under 2 weeks instead of the 1 week last time.

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  # 785037 21-Mar-2013 15:23
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This is the s2 forum




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  # 785047 21-Mar-2013 15:38
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joker97: This is the s2 forum
Oops have not owned an SII for a year now

 
 
 
 


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  # 786986 26-Mar-2013 03:48
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I see vodafone has.. does anyone know if 2degrees has approved the 4.1.2 firmware yet?

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  # 787018 26-Mar-2013 08:42
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stevesumner: HardcorePawn, Willywonkar and Shoes2468, have any of you found JJLS2 to be better than DOLP4 for the "T" model? I have tried DOLPV4 and found it much better than the modem that came with the Spain Jellybean release, got much better reception with DOLP4 and MUCH better battery life. The battery was lasting about 8 hours on the XXLS8 modem.


I have not tried the JJLS2 but have tried the  PBVLP7, which was much the same as the XXLS8, I had the same results as you, flashed the Dolp4 and the difference was like night and day. Dolp4 is the best I have tried by far

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  # 787368 26-Mar-2013 17:39
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As for battery life, I don't really have an issue with either... I was considering flashing DOLP4 back on to see if I could notice any difference... so I think I'll do that today... will let you know how I get on :)


@HardCorePawn was wondering how you got on with your modem test?

Also thought I'd give Slimbean a try Make a change from the non ASOP I usually install. And wondered which modem you found best with your rom?

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  # 787415 26-Mar-2013 19:16
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stevesumner: HardcorePawn, Willywonkar and Shoes2468, have any of you found JJLS2 to be better than DOLP4 for the "T" model? I have tried DOLPV4 and found it much better than the modem that came with the Spain Jellybean release, got much better reception with DOLP4 and MUCH better battery life. The battery was lasting about 8 hours on the XXLS8 modem.


I am still running mine on the JJLS2 which seems to be okay but I will switch to the DOLP4 in a few days just to make a comparison... definitely better than the XXLS8 that I originally had. Battery life is okay..but not great.

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  # 787422 26-Mar-2013 19:30
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the new gmail says you can delete things from the notification - my notification only has "archive" and "reply" ... how do you make it show "delete"?




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  # 795656 9-Apr-2013 14:34
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joker97: the new gmail says you can delete things from the notification - my notification only has "archive" and "reply" ... how do you make it show "delete"?


How do you get it to show reply and archive?

I pulled down the notification menu and all i get is the Sender and Subject.

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  # 795662 9-Apr-2013 14:48
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ok so I have just swapped from the Telecom network to Vodafone (through black and white) and have flashed the vodafone build onto my phone (it's a parallel imported one that I have had for ages now) but my reception is now not the best. Just after the best modem for Vodafone in Wellington? and if possible a link to download it.

current build = Stock 4.0.3
baseband version i9100xxlpx
Kernel Version 3.0.15-i9100XWLPI-CL686447
DPI@DELL141 #3
BUILD NUMBER = IML74K.XWLPI

Thanks




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  # 795674 9-Apr-2013 15:01
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nzgman: ok so I have just swapped from the Telecom network to Vodafone (through black and white) and have flashed the vodafone build onto my phone (it's a parallel imported one that I have had for ages now) but my reception is now not the best. Just after the best modem for Vodafone in Wellington? and if possible a link to download it.

current build = Stock 4.0.3
baseband version i9100xxlpx
Kernel Version 3.0.15-i9100XWLPI-CL686447
DPI@DELL141 #3
BUILD NUMBER = IML74K.XWLPI

Thanks


Here is some radios for the SSII - http://veyka.co.uk/sgs2/radios/



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