Posts Tagged ‘Sprint’
Michael Fisher shows you what’s inside the box of Sprint’s version of the Samsung Galaxy S III for the United States, including accessories, packaging, and t…
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Today my HTC EVO 3D which is only a few months old decided loss sensitivity to touch out of no where. Which obviously makes it nearly impossible to use. I had several HTC EVO 4G’s do the same exact thing. I was using it to tether my laptop through PDANET, text and make a phone call and literary 5 minutes after making I went to go send a text and it was doing this. I pulled the battery and restarted it and it was still doing it, so I too off to the Sprint store. I decided I’d make a video really quick and go see what they would do. They immediately seen me, but said it would be to replace the screen and take an hour. I left and came back after the hour and they had no screens, so they gave me a new HTC EVO for ( something after taxes) which isn’t bad, but why should I have to pay for something that should be covered under a 1 year manufacturers warranty. There was no liquid damage, no physical damage (besides minor wear), nothing was wrong with the phone. I called Sprint and tried to get the taken care of, but they refused saying that I’d have to send the phone to HTC to get it taken care of under warranty. Even one person stating that I had used nearly 10GBs of Data this month and that would cost me more then on another carrier…WTH.. I am not too thrilled. so here is my crappy phone not working, just like it’s predecessors the HTC EVO 4G and Hero which crapped out each after a few months..
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Here is a full review video of the Jelly Bomb Domination Rom on the Sprint Samsung Galaxy S III. This is a touchwiz rom based on Android 4.0.4 ICS. Let me know what you think! Thanks for subscribing. How to install: www.youtube.com Rom thread: forum.xda-developers.com Like me on Facebook: www.facebook.com Follow me on Twitter: twitter.com Add me on Google Plus: plus.google.com ACS Site: ACSyndicate.net If you’d like to donate, please click here www.paypal.com All donations go to my college fund and will be greatly appreciated Every little bit helps!
This video will show you the latest and easiest method to root the Sprint, ATT, T-Mobile and Rogers Samsung Galaxy S III! No data will be wiped. If you have any questions at all, please ask! THIS WILL WORK ON 4.1.1 JELLY BEAN Be sure to subscribe!! Files: forum.xda-developers.com Remember to check out my website! www.qbking77.com How to get Free wifi hotspot tether: www.youtube.com Facebook: www.facebook.com Twitter: twitter.com Google Plus: plus.google.com ACS Site: ACSyndicate.net If you’d like to donate, please click here www.paypal.com All donations go to my college fund and will be greatly appreciated Every little bit helps!
This video will show you how to manually install the latest OTA from sprint LF9 on the Sprint Samsung Galaxy S III. It will also show you how to install it if you are rooted. Any questions, just ask and thanks for subscribing! Odin: samsung-updates.com Recovery tar: dl.dropbox.com Update zip (LEN TO LF9): android.clients.google.com Update zip (TO LG8) (THIS IS THE LATEST… USE THIS ONE): qbking77.rainmotorsports.net How to root on LF9: www.youtube.com Facebook: www.facebook.com Twitter: twitter.com Google Plus: plus.google.com ACS Site: ACSyndicate.net If you’d like to donate, please click here www.paypal.com All donations go to my college fund and will be greatly appreciated Every little bit helps!
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Phil takes a look at the Sprint and AT&T versions of the Samsung Galaxy S III Android smartphone.
Speed test comparison of Sprint 3G and 4G on the Epic 4G Touch vs The Samsung Galaxy Note running on Straight Talks MVN. I don’t know what is going on with Sprint, but ever since they made this big stink about the Iphone coming to the network the 3G network has gone to hell. As you can see I barely get .16mbps on the down stream. If Sprint would have fully deployed the Wimax network instead of stopping mid deployment and going with LTE I probably would not complain, and service would not be as spotty as it is. Hence I would not have to rely on their shotty 3g service. Unfortunately Sprint cant keep the speeds over .16kbps during the day, but at night they are fine I can get about 900-1.4mbps. In the day however good luck. Your experience may be different, but for now I will stick with straight talk. Straight Talk 45 a month: www.straighttalk.com Net 10 (same as straight talk): www.net10sim.com TMo Monthly 4g 30 and up prepaid-phones.t-mobile.com
The US versions are here! Now that the embargo has lifted, Aaron does a review of Sprint’s Samsung Galaxy S III. Featuring a 1.5 GHz dual-core Snapdragon S4 CPU, the phone has a 4.8-inch Super AMOLED HD display, 8-megapixel camera with 1080p HD video recording, a front-facing camera, 2100 mAh battery, 4G LTE connectivity, and Android 4.0 with the new TouchWiz. It’ll be available in 16 and 32 GB variants for 9.99 and 9.99, respectively. Facebook: www.facebook.com Twitter: www.twitter.com Google+: gplus.to Vote For Your Favorite Smartphone: www.phonedog.com Win Free Phones: instantwin.phonedog.com
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See how the Galaxy Nexus for Sprint stacks up against the very popular Samsung Galaxy S III for Verizon Wireless in Wirefly’s newest Schmackdown Comparison Review Video. Wirefly’s Scott Lewis will take you through this four round Schmackdown comparison of the Galaxy Nexus and the GS3. In the first round you will hear about the technical specs in both of these high powered smartphones and how the 720 x 1280 screen resolutions compare. We take a look at the design of the GS3 and the Galaxy Nexus in round two and compare how some of the features on these two smartphones affect the design. You will see an NFC demonstration featuring programmable TecTiles. Round three compares the front and rear camera options on the phones and also talks about other new features like WiFi Hotspot and WiFi Direct. In the last round you will see the results of an AnTuTu Benchmark and a Quadrant Standard Benchmark for both the GS3 and the Galaxy Nexus. Order the Galaxy S III for Verizon Wireless from Wirefly at: bit.ly Order the Galaxy Nexus for Sprint from Wirefly at: bit.ly See all available phone from Wirefly at: bit.ly Check to see if you are eligible to upgrade: bit.ly Estimate your data usage: bit.ly