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About travisb

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  • Birthday 03/15/62

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    Galaxy Note 2, Nexus 7
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  1. Got one to replace a Note 2, so the size hasn't been an issue for me. However my first handset was a real Friday afternoon job with constant reboots when connected to wifi. Second one is stable as a rock. Agree with the comment about software, Sony's light touch with Android is a pleasant surprise after the Note 2.
  2. I'm used to the Note 2 size, but I'd have to handle a one else max before considering it. On paper it just looks too big. I do like that flip cover with inbuilt additional juice. However that just increases the bulk
  3. How does it shape up compared to the Galaxy Note 2?
  4. I've noticed that Gmail isn't auto updating, I have to refresh.
  5. Just installed R12 and all seems ok so far.
  6. A question about the secure boot image option. Will installing this allow the Barclays pingit app to work on a rooted device?
  7. Has anyone ever used Crystalusion Liquid Glass Protection? Expansys are selling it for £8 and I was wondering if it was as good as they claim.
  8. Turned out I had a faulty Sony stereo. Had it replaced under warranty and no problems since.
  9. I found a version of Handcent on XDA that fixed the double sms issue. No joy from Go SMS yet.
  10. Handcent issued an updated version which solved the double txt problem. Go SMS Pro still doing it. I had no issue with stock messaging app
  11. Just wondering but did you have any anti virus running on your phone?
  12. Updated fine via Odin Mobile. Only issue I've spotted is Go SMS Pro sends txt messages twice. Stock messaging client works as nature intended
  13. Yes. My Titanium backups go to Dropbox so I had no dramas :-)
  14. Same happened to me a few months ago.

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