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  Reply # 676407 24-Aug-2012 13:36
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CHeap bluetooth Keyboard anyone?
http://www.acquire.co.nz/acquire/default.asp?PageID=ProductDetail&pf_id=2685636

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  Reply # 676472 24-Aug-2012 15:43
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I had mine from 2degrees and had an OTA last week I think.. not really sure what it was.. or what it improved..

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 677257 26-Aug-2012 20:06
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I want to flash the international rom onto my Galaxy S III whats the process and where can I download the rom from?

I have the 2 degrees Galaxy s III.

Dion

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  Reply # 677280 26-Aug-2012 21:03
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mckenndk: I want to flash the international rom onto my Galaxy S III whats the process and where can I download the rom from?

I have the 2 degrees Galaxy s III.

Dion


Try Sammobile.com

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  Reply # 677511 27-Aug-2012 11:18
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mckenndk: I want to flash the international rom onto my Galaxy S III whats the process and where can I download the rom from?

I have the 2 degrees Galaxy s III.

Dion


Any particular feature you're after from the International ROM? Apart from maybe getting updates quicker, it's not going to offer you anything more then the 2 Degrees one. If you're going to the trouble of flashing another ROM, I'd go with a custom one like Wannamlite etc. Have a nose around the XDA forums to see if anything takes ya fancy

http://forum.xda-developers.com/forumdisplay.php?f=1563

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  Reply # 677736 27-Aug-2012 18:23
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My dad has been complaining that after he reads emails on his s3 they just randomly disappear from the inbox after a short period of time even though he hasn't deleted them. He still has an xtra address so it is set up with their pop3 server. Any ideas what might be causing this? 



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  Reply # 677742 27-Aug-2012 18:30
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Are you sure it's not Imap and he is collecting with pop3 on another device such as a PC?

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  Reply # 677746 27-Aug-2012 18:36
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Thanks for the idea but its definitely not imap, I didn't think xtra supported imap. I used his phone earlier to read a couple of emails, they were sitting in the inbox unread but half an hour later when I looked there was a new unread one and the read ones were gone.

He is checking on his pc as well, will they not just stay on both devices?

I've had a dig around the settings etc, but I've got no real experience with android so I may be missing something.

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  Reply # 677752 27-Aug-2012 18:58
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Should be a setting somewhere that says "leave emails on server" or similar. I thought whatever client downloaded emails first updated the other clients. Does the PC client have auto send and receive? Might test with my own xtra email.




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  Reply # 677791 27-Aug-2012 20:24
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Anyone else hear the bad news about Samsung??



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  Reply # 677795 27-Aug-2012 20:33
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avecha: Anyone else hear the bad news about Samsung??


I think you would have to have been living under a rock to not have heard. 



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  Reply # 677879 27-Aug-2012 22:48
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Mainly getting the updates eariler, the other thing missing is the samsung app for downloading music I had it on my S2 but no on my S3 any ideas?

Dion

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mckenndk: I want to flash the international rom onto my Galaxy S III whats the process and where can I download the rom from?

I have the 2 degrees Galaxy s III.

Dion


Any particular feature you're after from the International ROM? Apart from maybe getting updates quicker, it's not going to offer you anything more then the 2 Degrees one. If you're going to the trouble of flashing another ROM, I'd go with a custom one like Wannamlite etc. Have a nose around the XDA forums to see if anything takes ya fancy

http://forum.xda-developers.com/forumdisplay.php?f=1563

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  Reply # 677884 27-Aug-2012 22:57
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When you setup the account it has the leave mail on server and when deleted from inbox for deletion from the server.

Does the Yahoo mail app support the xtra mail account since its hosted on Yahoo servers?

Dion

Outshined: My dad has been complaining that after he reads emails on his s3 they just randomly disappear from the inbox after a short period of time even though he hasn't deleted them. He still has an xtra address so it is set up with their pop3 server. Any ideas what might be causing this? 

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  Reply # 678260 28-Aug-2012 16:39
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networkn:
avecha: Anyone else hear the bad news about Samsung??


I think you would have to have been living under a rock to not have heard. 




Typical NZer's. Try to make conversation and i get a smart *** reply.

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  Reply # 678294 28-Aug-2012 17:51
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I would have thought somebody would have come up with a back plate with a small sliding door to access the memory card.

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