Any opinions on the upgrade experience from the Note 1 to the Note 2? I'm asking for experienced Note 1 users' opinions since the praise for the Note 2 seems to be people who've made a bigger leap to get to the Note 2. Coming from the Note 1, does the Note 2 feel merely incremental, or are there aspects that make the new experience heavenly?
I am not sure if this is the right place to be posting this so sorry if it's not. But I started having a trouble with my note 8 a few days ago.
I noticed that if I ever let the note battery drain and die , when I next turned it on the time and date would be reset, and I'd have to correct these for my Wi-Fi to start working again.
I have the Note 3 and love it. My wife's note 2 is on the fritz and she is due for an upgrade anyway. The note 4 isn't even going to be released until 10/17/14 (from what I've read). I know the note 4 has a better screen and upgraded processor but is it lights ahead of the Note 3? The size appears the same at 5.7".
My AT&T Samsung Note 2 (SGH-i317) has been downgraded and unlocked and is finally working on my new carrier (Movistar) thanks to your forum article (http://androidforums.com/t-galaxy-note-2-all-things-root/711598-need-hel...).
However it still wants to automatically "upgrade" using the AT&T software.
i owned a galaxy note gt-n7000. a few days ago, i've rooted my phone and tried to upgrade it to the jelly bean. i just followed the instruction from the internet. when i was trying to factory reset my phone suddenly my phone shut down it self and won't turn on again. it has been 2 days. i feel very stupid, i just follow my friend advice on upgrading it. please somebody help me.
I just bought used note 3 it rooted, running on kitkat not sure which version
so he already did factory reset, but when i used root explorer i found many downloaded files and picture on the internal storage, isn't it supposed to be deleted when doing factory reset? to confirm this i do couple factory reset it the result is the same. even some folder for some app that i didnt own is there.
Hey guys, I'm finally thinking about upgrading from my Galaxy nexus to a Samsung Galaxy Note 3. I'm not seeing that much of a difference between the note 3 and 4 other than obvious hardware upgrades. I use my phone mainly for games and will likely be using it for alot of record keeping for work and blue tooth features. Is Bluetooth good on the note 3?
Just asking if anyone here on the Note 3 is looking at going to the note 4? and why?
I have looked into and I dont think it is enough of an upgrade to go to I am thinking about waiting until the 5 comes out and here is to hoping that it will come with 64 bit Android.