So I've had an Indulge since about a good year or so ago. Afters many months of struggles, glitches, low-battery life, incompatibility with apps, I've decided enough was enough and it's time to step it up.
Originally, I decided I was going to wait for the Samsung Galaxy S3, but then I took a look over at some forums and stumbled upon this phone.
I have a samsung indulge sch-r910 4g phone that I would like to be able to use for tethering or creating a wifi hotspot so I can use my laptop at work. Is there an app out there that will make this possible?
I have a Samsung Galaxy S3 for Six months now with metropcs. Ive used many ROMs and kernels, including stock. Ive recently noticed my data connection dropping off a lot lately. Its never done this before. Maybe their recent merger is ******* us up ..... who has the same problems ???:confused:
Hi all. I will be brief here. I messed up my indulge, and happen to have the metro guard insurance. I called in my claim and was told by Asurion that because the indulge is discontinued, I will be getting an Attain for the same deductible.
Today MetroPCS has refreshed their Samsung Galaxy Admire, adding 4G LTE, a better screen, more processor power, and a bigger battery. It features a 3.65-inch TFT display, 1GHz CPU, and a 3MP camera. For $169 without a contract, though, that’s not too shabby. It does come preloaded with Android 2.3, which is likely to be a deal breaker for some.
I recently dropped my galaxy indulge, which i have been wanting to get rid of for a while now (i'm sure we all know why) and cracked the screen. i just read a post about the indulge being discontinued and the insurance people offering him a attain... so i called the insurance number, and what do you know they don't carry the indulge anymore :), offered me a galaxy attain.
We have good news for those of you who subscribe to MetroPCS because the Samsung Galaxy S III is slated to arrive on the nation’s fifth largest carrier sometime this fall. This version of the Galaxy S III leaves nothing to be desired and will be equally as powerful as the multiple variants available today. The only difference being the “MetroPCS” logo on the back of the device.