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  Reply # 484080 22-Jun-2011 00:27
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joker97: confused re running processes:

under task manager nothing is active.

go to settings, applications, there are at least 20 processes running. killed social hub. can i kill anything else? or rather is there anything i must NOT kill??

(sorry rooting is too much for me at this stage)


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  Reply # 484081 22-Jun-2011 00:27
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ok seems to bounce straight back at you! maybe i need to root ... should i just wait for the 2.3.4 root rom or is it a separate thing altogether cf root rom?

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 484083 22-Jun-2011 00:32
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joker97: ok seems to bounce straight back at you! maybe i need to root ... should i just wait for the 2.3.4 root rom or is it a separate thing altogether cf root rom?


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  Reply # 484134 22-Jun-2011 08:19
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If people are still looking for MHL adapters:
http://www.expansys.com/expansys-mhl-to-hdmi-adapter-black-218




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  Reply # 484137 22-Jun-2011 08:24
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NZtechfreak: If people are still looking for MHL adapters:
http://www.expansys.com/expansys-mhl-to-hdmi-adapter-black-218


Hmm. I tried the link but the last three numbers have been left off.
 

Try this: http://www.expansys.com/expansys-mhl-to-hdmi-adapter-black-218572/



 

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  Reply # 484210 22-Jun-2011 10:07
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K1000716:
NZtechfreak: If people are still looking for MHL adapters:
http://www.expansys.com/expansys-mhl-to-hdmi-adapter-black-218

Hmm. I tried the link but the last three numbers have been left off.

Try this: http://www.expansys.com/expansys-mhl-to-hdmi-adapter-black-218572/


For the NZ site:

http://www.expansys.co.nz/expansys-mhl-to-hdmi-adapter-black-218572/

or

http://www.expansys.co.nz/samsung-mhl-micro-usb-micro-hdmi-adapter-for-galaxy-s-ii-217883/

All listed as "Coming soon"

They also list the USB adaptor:
http://www.expansys.co.nz/samsung-usb-gender-adapter-for-galaxy-s-ii-217884/

Looks like Samsung is badly dragging their heels getting these released. The announced USB adaptor for the 7" Galaxy Tab has only just been released for the new 10" version.




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  Reply # 484227 22-Jun-2011 10:26
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Apparently Clove _had_ stock of the Samsung MHL adaptor but it's all sold, more due in this week. USB adaptor delayed another couple of weeks.

Due to their high shipping charges, Expansys is about $2 more expensive than Clove if I were to order the genuine Samsung MHL cable & USB adaptor. Think I'll poke around on eBay instead :)





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  Reply # 484251 22-Jun-2011 10:53
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Nice, first battery charge lasted me 1.5 days

This time round I've had this "Wi-fi sharing" thing pop up on my battery list draining battery @ 27% being the highest.

I haven't touched tethering or anything like that :|

Seems to be common: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1069295

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  Reply # 484297 22-Jun-2011 11:56
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defnz: Nice, first battery charge lasted me 1.5 days

This time round I've had this "Wi-fi sharing" thing pop up on my battery list draining battery @ 27% being the highest.

I haven't touched tethering or anything like that :|

Seems to be common: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1069295


Yup, it's a relatively useless feature too (basically AdHoc Wifi sharing instead of bluetooth). If you've got root access you can either freeze the app or remove it.




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  Reply # 484300 22-Jun-2011 11:59
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I haven't rooted yet, waiting for my sdhc to arrive so I can flash the stock kernel after rooting so I don't get that yellow triangle thing

Thing is with wi-fi sharing frozen wifi tethering still works, so it must be related to something else. According to others wi-fi sharing autostarts when wifi is enabled on the phone

Hopefully it gets fixed with 2.3.4

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  Reply # 484307 22-Jun-2011 12:10
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defnz: I haven't rooted yet, waiting for my sdhc to arrive so I can flash the stock kernel after rooting so I don't get that yellow triangle thing

Thing is with wi-fi sharing frozen wifi tethering still works, so it must be related to something else. According to others wi-fi sharing autostarts when wifi is enabled on the phone

Hopefully it gets fixed with 2.3.4


Just do it. I can send you my usb jig which will remove the triangle. It'll only cost you the return shipping to send it back when you're done.

I've frozen most of the wifi processes for about two weeks now, it was draining my battery very quickly and I haven't found any use for it yet. 

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  Reply # 484309 22-Jun-2011 12:16
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K1000716:

Just do it. I can send you my usb jig which will remove the triangle. It'll only cost you the return shipping to send it back when you're done.


Forgive my ignorance, but why is the yellow triangle an issue that needs to be resolved? I assume there's a good reason for removing it - I just haven't a clue what that is.

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  Reply # 484313 22-Jun-2011 12:20
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There is no issue, it's just stating that you have an unsigned kernel running, so more of an annoyance than anything

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  Reply # 484316 22-Jun-2011 12:25
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Its only an annoyance if you focus on it, it doesn't bother me at all and does not impact on the operation or function of the phone.




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