Not had any problems with my Idol S in the 3 months I’ve had mine. I bought mine online from EBay because there was no requirement to buy a £20 top up as were the condition from buying direct from an EE shop or online.
I unlocked mine and use it on the 3 network and it switches effortlessly from 4G to 3G and back when required, something some phones seem to have problems with.
About non responsive screen, I can’t say I’ve had any real problems except one small niggle and that is when I unlock the phone with the slide to unlock, to text, to camera and for some reason sometimes it just won’t respond to a quick slide and I have to hold my finger over the icon and even this does not work sometime and I have to wait about 20 seconds and try again. Thankfully this does not happen very often and I’ve found that if I slide to camera then use the home button this works all the time. Very strange.
Battery life’s is also good for me with the battery lasting on average about 2 days but I have had the odd occasion where it seems not to last as long as it should but like the unlock problem, it rare and could be link to the use of the HDR camera because this kills my battery.
Ah, they are about then, bought one for her in doors yesterday at P4U but they never had the free covers so I have to return later to get it.
Someone was saying on DigitalSpy about the flip cover and that Amazon have them up for sale but have a long delivery time and this is what lead me to think that may be the covers are simply not available but if you have one this is not so, so another trip to P4U tomorrow. :D
I’ve been looking for a cheap Android phone to link with my Tom-Tom Go and its HD traffic system but my old OSF with its JapaneseJellyFish would not work because it’s Android 2.2 and I needed at least 4.1 to get the Bluetooth tethering feature.
Low and behold I stumbled on this thread and its put new life into a very old dog. Putting this ROM on my OSF has given it new life with it now having BT tethering so thanks to all involved.
There is a new Sale of Goods law coming out soon that states if a retailer repairs an item and that item needs repairing again while under guarantee regardless if it’s the same fault or not then the customer can have a full refund.
Trouble is I know it’s coming soon but don’t have an exact date of its implication.
Yes your right I missed that but it’s strange because shops that sell directly to the general public generally put the VAT as inclusive unless you’re trying to pull the wool over someone’s eyes or you are a general builders merchants.