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    (Original post by cowsforsale)
    samsung galaxy s (I)

    old network was t-mobile.
    You could try this: http://www.addictivetips.com/mobile/...-without-code/

    Or: https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...ySUnlock&hl=en
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    Thought you guys would like this http://www.theverge.com/2012/9/11/33...ing-everywhere
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    Who are EE
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    (Original post by G8D)
    Who are EE
    Orange and T-Mobile, together. <3
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    (Original post by G8D)
    Who are EE
    Everything Everywhere are Orange and T-Mobile's parent company. They're now renaming themselves whilst also releasing a new carrier; EE. This will sit alongside T mobile and Orange, though, I rather than replacing them with one big network.
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    Lovely Android people can you look at my post. I totally didnt see this thread.

    Basically phone wont accept messages.

    http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show....php?t=2119365

    Any help?
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    According to Sammobile, the S3 is getting JB next month and the S2 in November.

    Posted from TSR Mobile
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    Is it definitely impossible with a dual core? I'm sure some of the S III variants are using the S4, which is definitely dual core.
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    (Original post by + polarity -)
    Is it definitely impossible with a dual core? I'm sure some of the S III variants are using the S4, which is definitely dual core.
    In America, the AT&T, Sprint etc... exclusives are dual core but have 2GB of RAM IIRC. The international version GT-19300 is a quadcore.
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    Liking the look of the Note 2.
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    Have any of yous with 1 GB of RAM ever had apps close because you'd run out of it?
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    Nope, never.
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    (Original post by + polarity -)
    Have any of yous with 1 GB of RAM ever had apps close because you'd run out of it?
    Nor me. I do still clear the memory every now and then but that's when I get ANRs
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    Well Iphone 5 was a let down. Nothing new that Android hadn't done 6 months ago.
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    (Original post by + polarity -)
    Have any of yous with 1 GB of RAM ever had apps close because you'd run out of it?
    I've tried quite hard to achieve this. I opened up psx n64oid gboid temple runner super monkey ball and a lot more stuff. It didn't get slow :mad:, it just shelved the apps.
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    Although you do have to give some credit to the camera
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    Seriously, the iPhone 5 has nothing the samsung S3 doesn't. But it is typical apple.


    Present day: YOU DON'T NEED THIS FEATURE!


    6 months later: LET ME TELL YOU WHY THIS FEATURE IS ESSENTIAL TO YOUR LIFE!
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    lol ^

    (Original post by n0c0ntr0l)
    I've tried quite hard to achieve this. I opened up psx n64oid gboid temple runner super monkey ball and a lot more stuff. It didn't get slow :mad:, it just shelved the apps.
    Hooray for Android :yay:

    I was just wondering if a gig would be enough 2 years from now, or if my phone in 2 years would be like my Hero is now (cack)

    I was surprised to find that Sense used 180MB, that's disgusting!
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    Two questions from an absolute noob.

    Firstly, could anyone point me to the most stable jelly bean Rom for the One S?

    Secondly, if I put a custom Rom on my phone, would it be possible to retain certain features? For example I quite like the HTC dialler; could I keep that even if I installed Cyanogenmod for example?

    This was posted from my Underground Lair.
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    (Original post by S'Class)
    Two questions from an absolute noob.

    Firstly, could anyone point me to the most stable jelly bean Rom for the One S?

    Secondly, if I put a custom Rom on my phone, would it be possible to retain certain features? For example I quite like the HTC dialler; could I keep that even if I installed Cyanogenmod for example?

    This was posted from my Underground Lair.
    As you can see, most JB ROMs at the moment are for the S4experimental, but I can't comment on stability. http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1789812

    I think you would need a Sense-based ROM like ViperOneS or Trickdroid to keep the HTC Dialler, as it would be part of the Sense framework.
 
 
 
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