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[Q] Galaxy S5 Active

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30th July 2014, 10:06 PM   |  #21  
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Now that I've been messing with this thing for a while, I'd be ok with just debloating this baby.

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You can do it just the same. Just go through through your apps and what ever you don;t use, turn it off, disable it, uninstall it if it'll let you.
All the ATT stuff I don't use and will never use I just turned it all off. If you're not sure how, got to settings, scroll all the way down app manager and scroll over to see whats running and what you don't use scroll over to ALL and turn what you don't use off.
30th July 2014, 11:42 PM   |  #22  
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You can do it just the same. Just go through through your apps and what ever you don;t use, turn it off, disable it, uninstall it if it'll let you.
All the ATT stuff I don't use and will never use I just turned it all off. If you're not sure how, got to settings, scroll all the way down app manager and scroll over to see whats running and what you don't use scroll over to ALL and turn what you don't use off.

I do. Every day that it updates, they reset themselves.

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31st July 2014, 12:01 AM   |  #23  
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I do. Every day that it updates, they reset themselves.

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Oh well that sucks, I didn't know that. Never bothered to check after I did it the first time. Thanks for the heads up


EDIT: Actually mine have not came back since I've turned turned them off the first time? Have only done it once.
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13th October 2014, 06:41 AM   |  #24  
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Ive installed a few different ROMs on my S5 Active. I have the AT&T variant. Tried some AT&T S5 ROMs which worked and some universal which did. Only issue I had was no health service. Otherwise some great ROMs. I could try to play around with a few, see which work with no flaws and simply install health services by itself. And I agree, the Active needs its own forum or at least sub forum.
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Ive installed a few different ROMs on my S5 Active. I have the AT&T variant. Tried some AT&T S5 ROMs which worked and some universal which did. Only issue I had was no health service. Otherwise some great ROMs. I could try to play around with a few, see which work with no flaws and simply install health services by itself. And I agree, the Active needs its own forum or at least sub forum.

Yea that's probably the only thing holding me back. Full functionality. I'll bet those roms don't have the RF feature either.
16th October 2014, 04:31 AM   |  #26  
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If the S5 Active can get its own forum or at least a sub forum then we could use those ROMs and have the full functions of our device. There are a few different buttons on front, the health services, heart rate monitor on back, the "quick" button above the volume rocker. The ROMs for the S5 would work in most areas, but they need to be tweaked to have these extra features that the S5 doesnt have. Chefs have made their interest known, the users want it, the poll showed, I believe, 97% were for it. Now we are just waiting on XDA to create it. Hopefully sooner then later, I really like this device.
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Couldn't have said it better myself.

Do it XDA!
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Pllllllllleeeeeeeeeeeaaaaaaaaase!
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8th December 2014, 03:54 AM   |  #29  
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Which ROM runs best on the S5 Active?

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