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  • About jimd1050
    Service provider
    U.S.A. - AT&T
    City
    Somewhere in Southeastern Massachusetts
    Home country
    United States
    Biography
    67 year old Husband, Father of two, Grandfather of four girls and a boy!
    Interests
    Beach Camping, Computer Graphics, Firearms
    Occupation
    Diagnostic Imaging Service Engineer
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    Regards,

    Jim D


    Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra 512GB/16GB
    ex-Samsung Galaxy Note 9 512GB (traded in for Note 20 Ultra)
    ex-Samsung Galaxy Note 8 64GB (traded in for Note 9)
    ex-Samsung Galaxy S7 Active 128GB (Stopgap to Note 8)
    ex-Samsung Galaxy Note 7 256GB X2 (Recall 1 then Recall 2)
    ex-Samsung Galaxy Note 5 64GB X2 (Verizon then AT&T)
    ex-Samsung Galaxy Note 4 32GB
  • Devices
    Samsung Galaxy Note 5
    Samsung Galaxy S7 Active

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  • Last Activity: 13th September 2020 03:30 AM
  • Last Login: 1st January 1970 12:00 AM
  • Join Date: 4th March 2013
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Power off, then power the phone on while holding volume up and power (bixby) button together Thank you very much Sir, it worked... :good: I hope you don't mind, I shared it over on Android Forums because I had asked over there also??? (and gave yo...
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I'll also say "Yes" to the Note 9 still being relevant in 2020! I've always been one of those "Latest and Greatest" nuts, spending way too much money (but at least staying Samsung). From the Note 3 through the Note 7... ALWAYS up to date, the day ...
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As a Note 9 user, I would say YES. But not the 6GB variant, although it is sufficient for daily use but 8GB variant is the ideal choice. With 4000mAh battery, Iris Scanner, No punch hole display, I would say if is worth to buy unless you prioritiz...
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The March security update is out for AT&T. Pretty hefty at 343MB. Baseband is N960USQU1CSC1. Adds a Wi-Fi Calling tile to the settings dropdown. Not sure what all other chagnes but it promises the typical "device and performance improvements"....
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(Fota) firmware over the air I've never seen anyone throw the "F" in there - I always just see OTA!!! :) ---------- Post added at 09:41 AM ---------- Previous post was at 09:34 AM ---------- I had to change date a couple days ahead..reboot, th...