Hi, I am planning to gift a phone to my sister, So any suggestion,
She is somehow brand conscious,
and please don't mention those brands which are not even having service centers...
I used to feel a bit self-conscious, in a room full of "IPhone 6" and "Samsung Something-or-Other" users, whenever I'd actually get a phone call. At first, I would try to surreptitiously "flip" it open ... this device that does absolutely nothing else but "take a phone call" and (laboriously ...) "text." But, I don't do that anymore.
Hi xda users ,
I got samsung s3 at&t as a gift from my bro and later it started giving out problem , I went to samsung repair center and they said that they don't repair international phones and they only repair phone purchased in india ...
Well I rooted my phone because it sounded cool and I wanted to play around with the phone. I rooted it, everything was fine until I downloaded an app. I downloaded it and reset the phone. Then it happened :(.
Also I would like to know if I can get the Android update 4.4.4
Okay , so I bought that phone for as much as 100 $ and after I examined it , both labels : the one an the back of the phone after you remove battery and the battery label say " Made in Korea by Samsung " .
From searches on google , it says that this phone is a Chinese clone , however I don't see anything lacking on it ex
I have rooted my Samsung Galaxy Core Duos (GT-I8262) using "RootGenuine" but by then my phone status has became "Custom" hence I am not able to update my Core as it fails saying "Your device has been modified"
Hi all! I've been out of the Android loop for a few years...I won't say where I went. ;)
I just bought my sister a nice used Dinc2 from Craigslist. Since she's only 14 and all she knows how to do on her phone is get on facebook and text, I wanted to get her on the latest version of Android for the Dinc2, which I thought was ICS.
I'm in the midst of my second round of problems with my N7000 and it looks to me like it's time to bite the bullet and decide between reverting to my candybar phone and buying a 5 or 7-inch tablet and getting another big-screen phone.
"Non-Samsung" because my own experience plus what I read at Amazon.com: Customer Reviews: Samsung Galaxy Note GT-N7000 Unlocked Phone--International Ver