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25th April 2012, 04:46 AM |#161  
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the procedure given is for partitioning external sd...11gb is enough for games at the least and the 2gb is for the rom/ram cacheable memory...repartitioning your internal entails the danger of bricking your phone mate

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yes i agree and im not brave enough yet on repartitioning internal but from what i understand from the link it partitions the external sd (say a 64gb into 2 x 32gb) then link2sd will then mount the 2nd partition on boot and it will appear as though the 2nd partition on the sd card will be an extension of your internal memory...

i have not tried it yet as that link was for the SII-T989 and i'm scared ****less to try it and brick my note...

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25th April 2012, 06:12 AM |#162  
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Anyone have any idea when the ICS is coming to the Note in Manila?
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25th April 2012, 04:55 PM |#163  
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Anyone have any idea when the ICS is coming to the Note in Manila?

the answer to that still eludes everyone on this forum my friend... not manila specifically but ICS official release from samsung

you may want to follow this link for any updates..

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1490986
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expect it 2nd quarter of the year from april to june but most probably in the last days of june...

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26th April 2012, 01:35 AM |#165  
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Guys just little bit noob here Having high percentage of deep sleep, gives good battery savings? I got 98% in 3 hours of idle... using batterystats. Hope Samsung PH will held another event here in Manila.
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Waiting for ICS
Waiting time pa pala....ugggggh! Hehe...well, Gingerbread is as solid as it can be so far...ty guys.
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Has anyone found a way to disable the incredibly annoying Fully Charged notification? The brilliant person who thought this was a great idea should be kicked to the balls.

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Has anyone found a way to disable the incredibly annoying Fully Charged notification? The brilliant person who thought this was a great idea should be kicked to the balls.

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LOL. btw isn't a good thing to be notified when the battery is actually fully charged?
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LOL. btw isn't a good thing to be notified when the battery is actually fully charged?

Not if it goes off every minute until you take the cable off the phone. Now I know what it feels like to have someone say "Are we there yet?" constantly during long trips, because it's the exact same thing with this notification.

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Not if it goes off every minute until you take the cable off the phone. Now I know what it feels like to have someone say "Are we there yet?" constantly during long trips, because it's the exact same thing with this notification.

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try installing a custom rom or if your phone is rooted, use root explorer and remove the alarm notification on the /etc or /system /etc folder (have no idea where it is placed on stock roms)...
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