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Reply # 599008 23-Mar-2012 11:27
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Yeah! :D Saw it on engadget this morning! Looking forward to it!

BTW, just had to google AppWidgetPicker. Looks quite handy. Think I'll give it a try.

Time to go. Vergecast streaming shortly.

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  Reply # 599962 26-Mar-2012 00:03
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Heya followed your guide on rooting the samsung galaxy note with the zergrush exploit by chainfire just wondering how do i go about unrooting? i need to return the phone for a replacement thanks

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 600046 26-Mar-2012 09:20
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NzReborn: Heya followed your guide on rooting the samsung galaxy note with the zergrush exploit by chainfire just wondering how do i go about unrooting? i need to return the phone for a replacement thanks



Uninstall the "SuperUser" application and reboot.
  




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  Reply # 600995 27-Mar-2012 21:27
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Finally got my work to order me a SG Note today. Very happy :)
Should have it early next week.




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  Reply # 601010 27-Mar-2012 21:41
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Woah, lucky! Which I had a valid reason for work to get me one!

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  Reply # 601088 28-Mar-2012 09:02
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AndrewTD: Finally got my work to order me a SG Note today. Very happy :)
Should have it early next week.


You don't work in a Zoo perchance?  http://phandroid.com/2012/03/27/even-elephants-prefer-the-galaxy-note-video/

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  Reply # 602539 30-Mar-2012 14:28
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JB Hi-fi have an advert in the NZ Herald today with the Galaxy Note for $697, in-store only, until 2nd April but 'limited stock'

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  Reply # 602600 30-Mar-2012 16:12
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What's the catch? Is that with a VF contract attached?




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  Reply # 602613 30-Mar-2012 16:37
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stevenz: What's the catch? Is that with a VF contract attached?


Nope, that's the handset only price. Seriously considered it, but still can't quite get past its 'tweener size. Save my readies for an HTC One-X I think.......

Edit: Or the SGS III




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  Reply # 602616 30-Mar-2012 16:39
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Geez, for that price I might go buy one so I've got a local warranty and sell my imported one.





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  Reply # 602619 30-Mar-2012 16:46
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JB Hi-Fi definitely has it, no-contract for $697.
A friend got one today.

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  Reply # 602629 30-Mar-2012 17:00
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stevenz: Geez, for that price I might go buy one so I've got a local warranty and sell my imported one.



So tempting, my thoughts exactly! 

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Reply # 602871 31-Mar-2012 13:03
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Missed out.
Was told by the store manager that this was limited to 2 phone's per store.

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  Reply # 606509 7-Apr-2012 21:24
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Any of you Note owners intend on selling and getting the SIII?

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  Reply # 606543 8-Apr-2012 00:00
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Not me - I've only had my Note for a week now - still enjoying it's "goodness" and uniqueness.
I like the size a lot. Am also starting to use the stylus a bit now, and enjoy that too.




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