My husband came home with the news this morning that someone in his office bought a Galaxy Note and now wants to sell it because they don't like having such a big phone. And the price is good, i.e. $200 or possibly under!
Here's the thing, he is NOT going to leave the SIM card in it.
I have tried to replace my USB charging port flex cable 2 different times. I have ordered the part from 2 different eBay sellers. Each time I put the part in the phone I lose some of cell phone signal strength. The new charging ports worked fine but the cell signal became spotty and weak. I was sure to buy the correct build version 1.0 the lot numbers were different from the original.
What's up. Just found your site while pondering which phone I should buy. Im from Connecticut but I currently live in Newtown Square, PA. A suburb of Philadelphia. I just bought a Motorola Photon. This is only my third cell phone. Before that I had a Samsung Intercept and a Samsung A900 (flip phone).
The Galaxy S 5 sure has a lot of features on it, but do consumers really care? Samsung seems to think so. In their latest commercial, they detail some of these features such as Selective Focus, enhancing photos before you take the shot, how S Health helps you with your overall fitness, and how you don’t have to worry about spilling a drink on it.
What's up guys. I had to share a tidbit about my recent experience. I noticed that there was black dot on my Front Facing Camera. I read that for circumstances like that, many people had discovered that it was a microscopic piece of lint stuck inside the lens.
My phone service is through Boost Mobile. I am looking for a cell phone that I can connect ether by usb or wifi to my laptop and use the cell phone as a modem for the laptop. I don't need the internet connection away from home often enough to warrant getting a separate usb modem and monthly bill.