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Thanks but unfortunately not seeing it mine.

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Could someone provide .apk please? Whether itīs possible
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For those, who can't get the app from Sam Appl, here it is, just catch it
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I found this to be really slow.

cool but slow
 
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I found this to be really slow.

cool but slow
It is much slower than the usb connection but it is tolerable (I'm using wifi N but I'm not sure if this makes any difference) and I like the interface, I mean the whole layout + you don't have to usb connect to your computer and partialy charge the phone or loose the battery stats .
 
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It is much slower than the usb connection but it is tolerable (I'm using wifi N but I'm not sure if this makes any difference) and I like the interface, I mean the whole layout + you don't have to usb connect to your computer and partialy charge the phone or loose the battery stats .
whilst browsing I found a link to android manager which seems to beat Kies Air hands down
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whilst browsing I found a link to android manager which seems to beat Kies Air hands down
You're right. It seems very good . Thanks man!
 
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For those, who can't get the app from Sam Appl, here it is, just catch it
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whilst browsing I found a link to android manager which seems to beat Kies Air hands down
Well put the apk then up in here dawwggg


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Is it possible to update firmware with kies air?

btw: for this forum, i would suggest having only about 3-4 posts per page. Additionally, why not increase the size of avatars, buttons and signatures. Seriously, the amount of information on this forum (in terms of screen size) compared to the useless rubbish is appaling.

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