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After I9000, I9100, I9300, people should have learned the lesson and go for a Nexus device if they wanna have the real android experience.
Can anyone explain me, whats wrong with the samsung devices? I've upgraded from a S5660 (with CM10.1) to a I9300 (also with CM10.1) and I'm quite satisfied. So, where are the traps?
 
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Can anyone explain me, whats wrong with the samsung devices? I've upgraded from a S5660 (with CM10.1) to a I9300 (also with CM10.1) and I'm quite satisfied. So, where are the traps?
No exynos 4 sources and Samdung treats us like we're crap.
 
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No exynos 4 sources and Samdung treats us like we're crap.
And what are the problems having no exynos 4 sources? As I said, I cannot see, where the current CM10.1 release is making problems on my S3.

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And what are the problems having no exynos 4 sources? As I said, I cannot see, where the current CM10.1 release is making problems on my S3.
Without sources, most stuff won't work as well as on stock, and some things will never work no matter what (hdmi out, fm radio etc).
 
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Without sources, most stuff won't work as well as on stock, and some things will never work no matter what (hdmi out, fm radio etc).
Ok, sounds reasonable even if I don't bother about the HDMI cause I don't want to take my 60 inch along with my phone

Are there any issues I haven't got until now for everyday use? All of my normal tasks are working: Making calls, browsing internet, sending messages and listening to my music (that's why I wanted a device with a micro SD slot)
 
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Ok, sounds reasonable even if I don't bother about the HDMI cause I don't want to take my 60 inch along with my phone

Are there any issues I haven't got until now for everyday use? All of my normal tasks are working: Making calls, browsing internet, sending messages and listening to my music (that's why I wanted a device with a micro SD slot)
Try photographing a little. Especially in low-light. Also try auto focusing with flash.
 
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Try photographing a little. Especially in low-light. Also try auto focusing with flash.
Ok, did it, working. Scene & focus set to auto. No problem, all working fine. Only when set to continously focusing it makes pictures without flash.

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