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Originally Posted by Faresismail Hey bro im seriously thinking about going with note 2... So can u please trll me hows the battery i hear its terrible :/ If you're...
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And this thread started something like, where is that JB ....are we ever going to get it...... and.......hmmmmmmm, what is this thread all about
01-15-2013, 09:34 AM #224
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01-15-2013, 10:52 AM #225
OF COURSE, it depends on Tiny Umbrella being up to date for the release you are on.
Current release of Tiny Umbrella is set up to save SHSH for IOS 6.0.1, but Apple is not signing 6.0.1 anymore.
This was why I updated to 6.0.1 when it came out, to save my SHSH, which I have!
And I am not even jailbroken yet!
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01-15-2013, 12:48 PM #231
Is there a battery problem in 6.0.2 ??
Or is it in 6.0.1
01-15-2013, 12:53 PM #232
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01-15-2013, 01:05 PM #233
What attitude I was just asking a question
01-15-2013, 01:22 PM #234
For me there's been no improvement of any kind on the ip5 battery compared to 4S. I still can't leave PUSH on all day without needing to recharge before the end of 1 day. So PUSH is off and all mail set to manual. With those settings, after a full overnight charge, I end the day with 8%-17% battery left.Here to help if I can. If I can't I know someone who can!
01-15-2013, 09:48 PM #235
GSIII/Note2 are leaps and bounds from the previous generation i believe. I tried out the Galaxy 1 and 2 and then went right back to the 4 and 4S respectively. I then replaced my 4S with a Galaxy S3 since it was $1, at $199 i wouldve just payed the extra $100 for a note but $1 vs $299 is a big difference. I couldnt be happier, i wont be going back, the galaxys battery is better than the iphone 5 i tried with lte on, on par with my 4s battery experience. It doesnt charge nearly as quick but i would think the note 2's battery would be even better considering the great things i heard about it. Plus being able to use MHL to play N64/PS1 Games on your HDTV with a PS3 controller is awesome!
01-16-2013, 04:56 AM #236Agreed
Plus you have so many more firmware options on the GS3, like Cyanogenmod. I bought a GS3 when it came out, unlocked and rooted it, and love the hell out of that phone. It is much better than iPhone 5, which I also have. Looking forward to the GS4, c'mon Samsung...
01-16-2013, 06:21 AM #237
I'm just so tired of the broad comparisons made between Samsung and Apple's phones. They're just lacking so much specificity. Firstly there is no phone "much better" than an iPhone 5. That's just a silly statement.
Hardware and software feature comparison, there are areas where iPhone 5 wins and areas where Galaxy 3 and Note 2 win. But neither is blowing the other one out of the water.
And you also have to compare a jailbroken iPhone to any other product that you can root easily. Comparing an unjailbroken iPhone to a rooted Android is just not a fair comparison.
In the end it's a very personal decision. I worked with a GS3 side-by-side to an iPhone 4S jailbroken for over a week. The battery life on the GS3, its stability, were nowhere near as good as the iPhone. Those were objective experiments - provable with empirical data. Now "subjectively" (just my personal experience) the galaxy 3 felt like a toy in comparison to the iPhone. It felt like a teenager's gaming toy. iPhones are for professionals Galaxy 3s are for kids.
So in the end there is no objective conclusion (about functionality and hardware implementation) that could possibly be argued that anything is "way better" than an iPhone.
Subjectively people will love one format or the other. That's just the nature of things.
Last edited by NewdestinyX; 01-16-2013 at 06:24 AM.Here to help if I can. If I can't I know someone who can!