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  # 641293 15-Jun-2012 12:36
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networkn: How do you screenshot on a GS3?


1. Home + Power 
2. Enable swipe option in sensors then swipe the screen left to right and back to left with your palm.

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  # 641302 15-Jun-2012 12:43
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I am on the hunt for the Samsung Galaxy S3 Official Clear Slim case, but find that no place has them in stock....when are we getting them does anyone know?

 
 
 
 




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  # 641324 15-Jun-2012 13:08
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And where do the screenshots get stored? Sorry !

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  # 641326 15-Jun-2012 13:11
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networkn: And where do the screenshots get stored? Sorry !


In the gallery... ?
Or /mnt/sdcard/Pictures/Screenshots

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  # 641330 15-Jun-2012 13:16
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mma006: I am on the hunt for the Samsung Galaxy S3 Official Clear Slim case, but find that no place has them in stock....when are we getting them does anyone know?


Link? I got these:
http://www.mobilefun.co.uk/samsung-galaxy-s3-tpu-case-clear-samgsvtpucl-p35370.htm

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  # 641339 15-Jun-2012 13:33
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@mma006I am on the hunt for the Samsung Galaxy S3 Official Clear Slim case, but find that no place has them in stock....when are we getting them does anyone know?

- There are some in Quay Computers here in Wellington, not sure if they have an online presence anymore though




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  # 641341 15-Jun-2012 13:34
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Is it definite that telecom phones will work with 2degrees with no issues?



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  # 641342 15-Jun-2012 13:35
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argh, somehow I set my picture viewer to something non standard, I can't recall what app I set it to :(

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  # 641343 15-Jun-2012 13:35
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bignicko: Is it definite that telecom phones will work with 2degrees with no issues?


Yes 100% confirmed working, mate has one on 2Degrees



I have both mine on 2Degrees, Voda/2Degrees ones

Weirdly enough my Vodafone one is exactly the same software build as teh 2Degrees.  no changes I can see whatsoever.  I'm guessing the Telecom one will maybe have a different boot screen? Which is easily changed




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  # 641344 15-Jun-2012 13:37
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vinnieg:
bignicko: Is it definite that telecom phones will work with 2degrees with no issues?


Yes 100% confirmed working, mate has one on 2Degrees



I have both mine on 2Degrees, Voda/2Degrees ones

Weirdly enough my Vodafone one is exactly the same software build as teh 2Degrees.  no changes I can see whatsoever.  I'm guessing the Telecom one will maybe have a different boot screen? Which is easily changed


How easy? easier than flashing a new ROM? :D
If so, tell me what file to update!

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  # 641346 15-Jun-2012 13:38
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Does anyone know how to adjust the call forwarding timeout on the gs3? my previous android let me specify how long it waited before forwarding the call if I haven't responded.

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  # 641348 15-Jun-2012 13:39
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networkn: argh, somehow I set my picture viewer to something non standard, I can't recall what app I set it to :(


Email a pic to yourself and then see what tries to open it.

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  # 641349 15-Jun-2012 13:40
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vinnieg:
bignicko: Is it definite that telecom phones will work with 2degrees with no issues?


Yes 100% confirmed working, mate has one on 2Degrees



I have both mine on 2Degrees, Voda/2Degrees ones

Weirdly enough my Vodafone one is exactly the same software build as teh 2Degrees.  no changes I can see whatsoever.  I'm guessing the Telecom one will maybe have a different boot screen? Which is easily changed


OK. was reading that inside -T has a jumper soldered to 'AU' and others are connected to 'EU' for different radio optimisation for 850mhz which VF and 2D do not use.



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  # 641350 15-Jun-2012 13:41
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kiwitrc:
networkn: argh, somehow I set my picture viewer to something non standard, I can't recall what app I set it to :(


Email a pic to yourself and then see what tries to open it.


Well that's the thing, there is no indication in the app what it's called and no menu open either. It's one of the apps built in.. I need to find the app so I can open it in app manager and reset it's associations. 


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  # 641353 15-Jun-2012 13:42
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networkn:
kiwitrc:
networkn: argh, somehow I set my picture viewer to something non standard, I can't recall what app I set it to :(


Email a pic to yourself and then see what tries to open it.


Well that's the thing, there is no indication in the app what it's called and no menu open either. It's one of the apps built in.. I need to find the app so I can open it in app manager and reset it's associations. 



Check out running apps under apps in the settings menu maybe?

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