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#31 - awwwww yiss 08/13/2013 on Puns 0
#9 - like wise  [+] (1 reply) 07/09/2013 on Well 0
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#10 - emrakul (07/09/2013) [-]
that's fair I suppose
#2 - reminded me of captain planet  [+] (3 replies) 07/07/2013 on Well +1
#6 - emrakul (07/07/2013) [-]
Is it cool if I mention my eternal burning hatred for your username?
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#9 - thragtusk (07/09/2013) [-]
like wise
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#10 - emrakul (07/09/2013) [-]
that's fair I suppose
#7 - you have to use it for factory updates though because my gs2 i…  [+] (1 reply) 06/25/2013 on Battle of the Phones 0
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#8 - billybong (06/25/2013) [-]
I think there's a way to do it over the air as well (No PC required)

But I never use the samsumg provided updates, I've always used custom ASOP roms, or roms based off the samsung stock rom (usually found on the same XDA-developer's website) and then install using Odin.

It's way better than samsung's rom, I've doubled my S3's battery life. But some roms can be a little buggy so make sure to read the release notes for the rom, Don't assume everything works fine, some aren't finalised and are still in beta/alpha

Unfortunately I can't recommend any roms for you since I havent tested any for the s2, only the s3. But I'd look at cyanogen if you're interested, I'm pretty sure they have a good S2 rom, as well as a tutorial on installing it.

It sounds much more difficult than it really is, but it's definitely worth it
#4 - samsung, i have a gs2 and i love it the software that you use …  [+] (3 replies) 06/24/2013 on Battle of the Phones 0
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#6 - billybong (06/25/2013) [-]
I recommend the SGS3 too.

But just thought I'd let you know that you don't need keis. (but you do need the drivers installed, which are installed when you installed keis)

When you plug your phone in, it should come up as a mobile device in windows explorer then just drop and drag photos from your memory card or phone's internal memory.

I hate keis and I've never left it installed, If ever I need the drivers I just google "samsung drivers" then download something like what's in this forum forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1655286 . Also I found keis ran a couple of startup processes so that it'd make your computer a little bit slower all the time. I definitely recommend not using it.
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#7 - thragtusk (06/25/2013) [-]
you have to use it for factory updates though because my gs2 is running jelly bean now thanks to kies
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#8 - billybong (06/25/2013) [-]
I think there's a way to do it over the air as well (No PC required)

But I never use the samsumg provided updates, I've always used custom ASOP roms, or roms based off the samsung stock rom (usually found on the same XDA-developer's website) and then install using Odin.

It's way better than samsung's rom, I've doubled my S3's battery life. But some roms can be a little buggy so make sure to read the release notes for the rom, Don't assume everything works fine, some aren't finalised and are still in beta/alpha

Unfortunately I can't recommend any roms for you since I havent tested any for the s2, only the s3. But I'd look at cyanogen if you're interested, I'm pretty sure they have a good S2 rom, as well as a tutorial on installing it.

It sounds much more difficult than it really is, but it's definitely worth it
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