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Old September 6th, 2011, 08:14 PM   #151 (permalink)
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Download and install the Multipicture Live Wallpaper from the Market.

Long hold on the wallpaper that you have now.

Select Live Wallpaper

Choose Multipicture Live Wallpaper from among your phone's list of live wallpapers.

Click Settings, then start configuring how you want it to look!
i did the first two parts..but when you say to pick multipicture and i do..and i try to use settings to customize, i dont see where in settings specifically i configure each screen. i get a ton of different options and settings but none that seem obvious on how to actually use settings to change each screen.
i must be missing something obvious...sorry. i just get a screen saying screen 1 is unavailable need to setup or reload. but i try to set up and dont know how. help?

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Hi All,

I've recently purchased a Galaxy S 2 on Vodafone (Australia) and I use it for both business and personal use. I'm new to Android and haven't really taken time out to learn all there is to know about Android, although I am loving it from what i've used so far. Sooo much better than my Nokia N97. At the moment I'm mainly using the phone as a phone, but overtime I'll play with MP3, internet, email and even VoIP. To get me started it would be great if I could get some help with the following...

- When making (and probably when receiving, not sure) a call, the screen blanks out after a short time (less than 30 seconds?) during the phone call. This is a little problematic as in order to end the phone call I have to press the button on the right hand side, then press end call. This takes several seconds and it would be much more convenient if the screen was on throughout the call so that I can press "end call", or even the button on the headset for it to finish. How do I keep the screen on throughout all phone calls?

- Is there any advice in regards to stereo bluetooth headsets. I use the phone to make a lot of work related calls and I'm currently using the supplied in ear headphones which are very good. Having said that though when I use the in ear headphones I can't actually hear myself speak very clearly, as I have the headphones in my ear. I didn't have this issue with my previous Nokia in ear headphones which were the more traditional foam type of headphone, as opposed the the new(ish) style of rubber in ear headphones - not sure what you call these new ones. I do like the headphones very much, but i'm not sure if I'm supposed to stick them in my ear, or have them half in, half out.

I'm interested in trying a bluetooth headset with the phone when I make work calls, and also my Cisco work phone has a bluetooth function so I'm interested in being able to use a headset with the work phone and the mobile. I also like the idea of being able to listen to music via bluetooth headset.

I've owned an early Nokia bluetooth (1) headset for several years and i've only used it a few times as I've only wanted to use that for listening to music whilst walking / exercising and I found that it would cut out too easily even when the phone was in my shirt top pocket. I'm not sure if that would be the fault of the phones or the headset, but i'm guessing its the headset. Do you think it might work better with the Samsung Galaxy S2?

One of the reasons I went for the Galaxy S2 was because of Bluetooth 3.0 which I presume and hope means that it now works as it ought to have years ago, and I'm keen to invest in a quality stereo bluetooth headset that I can use quite extensively. I'm not finding too much out there in the market, so it would be great if someone can point me in the right direction.

I do have a Sony Playstation bluetooth headset as well which I've only used a couple of times - I think I feel more comforable with over the head headsets.

- At some stage I'm going to try to setup a VoIP client on the Galaxy and use it with a VoIP provider. I used Fring on my Nokia N97 althought couldn't quite get it to work as it should. Is Fring on the Galaxy, and is it the best VoIP client?

- I've not looked at setting up emails as yet - is the built in email client the best email client, or are there better free or cheap options?

- I got the phone within the last week from Vodafone - should I upload firmware? How do I go about doing that - is there a link to walk me through it? Will I lose data (I'm about to load up my MP3s)

- Can I use the playlist that I put together on my Nokia N97? How do I do that?

Thanks guys, I'll try to look through some of the thread over the next weeks. I'm not very technical and I'm not sure how much of Android I want to learn - I don't have much brain space nowadays. But I guess if Android is here to stay it's probably worthwhile to become adept at it.
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Hi dave.

Sorry I cant answer your questions, but the one I can help on is the firmware. If you want to wait for Vodafone to issue its official branded versions of the firmware via Kies then that's fine, but you can be waiting for months and months before they filter through, as carriers always bolt on their own apps etc (bloatware)

If you want to download the latest firmwares that are not carrier specific (and invalidate your warranty) then you can do so via Odin. There are millions of threads on this, but the place to find the firmwares is here

Not sure why you posted this in the Tips n Tricks thread tho dave?
Couldn't you have started a new thread of your own for this?
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Hi All,

I've recently purchased a Galaxy S 2 on Vodafone (Australia) and I use it for both business and personal use. I'm new to Android and haven't really taken time out to learn all there is to know about Android, ...

- When making (and probably when receiving, not sure) a call, the screen blanks out after a short time (less than 30 seconds?) during the phone call. This is a little problematic as in order to end the phone call I have to press the button on the right hand side, then press end call. This takes several seconds and it would be much more convenient if the screen was on throughout the call so that I can press "end call", or even the button on the headset for it to finish. How do I keep the screen on throughout all phone calls?
hi, way too many questions in just one post....for me to answer. so i have picked just one. your screen is supposed to turn off when making a call. it has sensors to turn it off. why?
because it senses you are putting the phone to your face, like the iphone does as well and most smart phones. if it didnt turn off then it would be on and your face touching it with it on would accidentally hit various buttons on the screen...get it??
i had an old phone without this feature and you hit stuff all the time. however you word it that you have to hit all these various things once you finish a call.
that is not correct. when you pull the phone away from your face during a call, it will in a few seconds light up again, then you can hit end call. this is a feature you want...without it...would be a problem.
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Does your phone randomly reboot or power down?

Chances are, like me your battery is very slightly too small for the case and it comes away from the terminals just enough to power down the phone.

Solution: Get a couple of post-it notes, and fold them in half twice and fold it around the bottom of the battery. Put the battery back, and tear off any excess paper that is sticking out. The paper should be between the bottom of the battery and the bottom of the case, and not on between the battery and the cover.

This worked for me, now my phone no longer shuts off when it is in my pocket.
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wow. am blown away by having to do a diy post-it repair job on a £500 device. i'd be insisting on a new battery/device out of principle
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wow. am blown away by having to do a diy post-it repair job on a £500 device. i'd be insisting on a new battery/device out of principle
I (still) have the option of sending it back for repair, but I have to wait 10 days for the phone to come back. Which means, I am without my phone for longer than I want.
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If you have forgotten to put your phone on silent, and it starts making a noise at the worst possible moment, don't fumble for a suitable key sequence to turn off sound ... simply place a finger over the external speaker slots which you will find if you turn the phone over, at the bottom right corner. Roughly behind the virtual "menu" button when viewed from the front.

Of course, just flipping it onto its face often does the trick too (if it's an incoming call for example), but it's useful to have a backup trick that can be executed quickly in a tight spot.
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You can trigger the reflow of text for a custom zoom (in browsers and emails for example) by briefly tilting the phone into landscape mode and then back into portrait.

Works with stock email client, stock browser and Dolphin HD - where promises such as "double tapping after custom zoom" fail. Firefox is the only exception so far.

For the record, there are some pages that are "hardcoded" .. particularly some of the local news sites in my area! And these will resist ALL attempts to reflow. But that's not the fault of the SGS2
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Please read carefully.

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is the in-built app's that carriers and, or, handset manufacturers add to the stock Android firmware. At best, they can just clutter up your app drawer and at worst they can slow your phone down and use up your battery.

Remember... one persons bloatware can be another persons, "must have" app.

Some bloatware can be got rid of by rooting and flashing a generic (non-carrier) firmware. This can rid you of a particular operators app's that you may not use or want.

However, you cannot remove the built-in app's that carriers and manufacturers include in their ROM's by using uninstall.

To prevent these from running you will need to do the following:-

1. Your phone must be rooted. Sorry, but there is no other way to remove these app's.

To root your phone, see here:-

Rooting Galaxy S2 - Dummies Guide

2. You will need to download and install Titanium Backup, free, from the Android Market. See here:-

https://market.android.com/details?id=com.keramidas.TitaniumBackup&feature=se arch_result

3. You will also need to download and install Titanium Backup PRO Key, about £3.66p (US$5.80/€4.20) from the Android Market (you cannot "freeze" app's without this PRO key). See here:-

https://market.android.com/details?id=com.keramidas.TitaniumBackupPro&feature =search_result

4. Once both of these app's are installed you will need to run a full Backup.

Titanium Backup > Backup/Restore > Menu > Batch > Backup all user apps + system data

5. Once step 4 has been completed you can navigate to:-

Titanium Backup > Backup/Restore

where you will be presented with a list of all the app's and processes on your handset.

6.
You can then go down the list and stop any process from running by "Freezing" them. This does not remove the app but, as it says, freezes it to prevent it from operating again until it is Unfrozen.

7. To freeze an app just tap on it and a Menu will be displayed with the Freeze! option. Just tap this.

8. To unfreeze an app just repeat step 7 and select Unfeeze.

9. ROM app's are shown in red in the Titanium list. Some of these are essential for the phone's operation. DO NOT FREEZE THESE WITHOUT CHECKING STEP 10!
Only a moron would freeze a system app without first checking or knowing what it does... and probably is not qualified to own a smartphone.

10. To check if it is safe or advisable to freeze an app you should first check the list here (my thanks to slug for this):-

https://spreadsheets.google.com/spreadsheet/pub?hl=en_US&hl=en_US&key=0AnO2-4y6yE1gdDJRekl4QmkyNmIzUmRvX2h3UDVkQXc&output=html

App's shown in red on this list should not be frozen.

11. Those in yellow can be frozen using caution. For instance, I have K-9 mail installed and use it to download and send my Gmail. Therefore I have frozen the Gmail app so that it does not appear in my app drawer or run. I have also frozen Messaging as I use Handcent which does not require Messaging support as it is standalone.

12. Two app's that first set me on this trail are:-

Wi-Fi sharing 1.0

Wi-Fi sharing manager 1.0

Both of these are Samsung app's which I do not use and were always running in the background and using a lot of battery power.

13. To monitor what is running on your phone:-

Settings > Applications > Running services

I trust that the above may prove useful to those of you wishing to clear up bloatware on your phone and take no resposibility whatsoever for any misuse of the above information.

If in doubt... do not freeze it!


UPDATE

I have since discovered a couple of other app's on the Market that claim to freeze bloatware. Both still require you to be rooted. They are:_

Bloat Freezer-Root (£0.63p)

https://market.android.com/details?id=com.bloatfreezer2&feature=search_result

System App Freezer and Remover (£0.60p)

https://market.android.com/details?id=org.appteam.freeze&feature=search_resul t
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For problems with a specific app on the phone, try clearing the cache:

Go to menu > settings > applications > <name of your application> > clear cache.

Then turn off the phone, pull the battery, put it back in and then turn the phone back on.

This solves probably 8/10 force close issues for me. It seems that occasionally the cache/data stored by apps can get corrupted and cause problems.
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Tip: if you have Pinball HD for Tegra, do not update it to the most recent version as it causes the menus to be invisible (you can still press where the options were to change boards though etc), thus breaking it.
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There is no shutter sound in silent mode on 2.3.4
you can turn off the shutter sound by turning off the system sound in
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For those having problems taking screenshots, leave the Home Button pushed for like a second first. THEN press the Power Button. Works for me every time.
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- or just press both and let go of the power button first
- jpayee, only certain firmware lets you do this. some can, some cant...but good tip anyway.
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In the unfortunate event of getting your phone wet...

1. DO NOT TURN IT ON!. (Even a hint of moisture can short circuit your phone irreparably or costly). Liquid damage is not covered by warranty.

2. Immediately remove the back cover and battery.

3. Gently, and carefully, dry the components with kitchen paper. (DO NOT use a hairdryer or similar as this can damage components and force liquid further into phone).

4. Take a plastc (tupperware) container and fill it with dry, uncooked, rice and place your phone, wrapped in kitchen towel, in the centre of it.

5. Leave for 2-3 days in a warm place like an airing cupboard.

6. Remove and reassemble. Offer up a prayer and switch on.

7. Get your phone checked out as soon as possible by your local mobile phone shop in case corrosion sets in.

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If you think your phone may be bricked and wont turn on, try a soft reset (possibly followed by a hard reset)

1. Take out the battery, then press and hold the ON button for about 10 seconds or so. Replace the battery, then press ON button to try to switch on. This is a soft reset, and wipes the temporary memory and empties all remaining power in the circuits.

2. If this does not work, do as above but after inserting the battery, press and hold the ON+HOME buttons at the same time for 10 seconds or so again. This is a hard reset, and works best if done after a soft reset, so always try the soft reset first.
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I found the incall volume to be a little low. When you max out the volume using the volume button it actually only goes to a default setting of 87 out of 100. If you would like to change the default settings here is what you need to do.
call this number *#*#197328640#*#*
This will open the service mode menu.
choose option [5] AUDIO
choose option [1] (VOICE CALL)
choose option [1] HANDSET
choose option [1] Volume
choose option [1] SRC Speech RX Volume
choose option [5] 5_lvl : 87
press the menu button (left side)
choose Key Input
enter a value between 0 and 100, I choose 100 the loudest setting.
press ok
now press the menu button and select back this should save (don't use the right side back key you normally use to navigate the phone or you will quit out of the settings) keep hitting the menu and back until you leave the service mode menu.
You will also note you can change volume settings for other things like bluetooth, head sets, video call etc.

Note: this is not permanent, if you turn off the phone it resets back to the default levels .
Is there a reason this isn't working for me. i type in that exact number and nothing happened.
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Advanced steps to take for Kies connection problems

1. Ensure your phone is not in USB debugging mode:
Go to Settings, Applications, Development and make sure USB debugging is switched off.
2. Press the Home Key your GS2 and make sure it is not locked. If it is, unlock it.
3. Plug the USB cable into the PC.
4. Plug the other end into the GS2.
5a. Pre KH3: You will now see a picture of a USB connector entitled MTP Application, with a message on the bottom saying Connected Press home key to quit Samsung Kies.
5b. KH3+: You will see an MTP-Initialization message in the notification bar. If successful you will shortly see that message change to MTP Connected.
6. Keep tapping the screen of your GS2 so that it does not shut off (and possibly activate the phone's lock if you have one set). Keep doing this until you get to step 14 below.
7. Wait for Windows to pop up an Auto Play window.
8. Select Open device to view files using Windows Explorer
9. In the window that this opens, double click Phone.
10. Keep this window open, minimize it if you want to. If it remains open for any length of time (10+ seconds) then you have a great chance.
11. Open Kies. As long as Windows Explorer's Phone window is still open then you will probably find Kies detects the GS2.
12. Kies should now be attempting to connect to your GS2.
13. Once connected you will see your phone appear in the top left of Kies
14. Begin using Kies.

If unsuccessful along any of these step then give it a few attempts. Dont just give up after the first connection failure to do something more drastic. I have had the Auto Play window (point 8) not popping up at all after connection, or it pops up, stays open only for a few seconds, and it closes itself. If this happens, unplug the USB from the GS2 and repeat from step 4.
If reconnecting the cable at the GS2 end keeps failing after several attempts, unplug both ends of the USB cable and repeat from step 2.
If this again keeps failing, unplug both ends of the USB cable and try a few more times in another USB port, repeating from step 2. If it still continues to fail each time then more drastic action is required:

If you can NEVER get your PC to see your GS2
You need to wipe all existence of Kies from your PC and try again. To do this follow these steps:

Open up your PC's Device Manager (right click Computer, Properties, Device Manager) then plug in the USB cable and connect cable to GS2. You may find that the device list refreshes every second or two and the device does not get added. If the Auto Play window pops up, then device manager will stop refreshing and you will see your GT-I9100 appear under the Portable Devices section. If Auto Play does not pop up, Device Manager will continually refresh. This indicates a problem:
1. Uninstall Kies
2. If you were previously on a version of Kies prior to 2.3.0.12035_16_4, run program files\samsung\usb drivers\uninstall.exe (This is important! This does not get done on a Kies uninstall if you are on a version of Kies prior to 2.3.1.12044_18 10)
3. Reboot
4. Delete the Samsung folder from Program Files.
5. If you want to be even more thorough, run a free utility called CCleaner on the files and registry, and if your confident, remove anything that references program files\samsung in the registry using regedit. (You have to know what your doing with regedit, as it is possible to "break" your PC if you do something wrong).
6. Reboot then reinstall Kies.
7. Plug in your GS2.

Do not rely on Kies to detect new version, as it will only detect major increment leaps.
It will ignore the last number, and will only detect a change if the first group of numbers in the version have changed. (See this thread)

Personally I think that all these problems we are having do not lie with the Kies software itself, but with Samsung's USB drivers for the device, as I've seen the Auto Play window disappear after a few minutes when not even opening the Kies software, thereby constant refreshing in Windows Device Manager occurs. I dread to think what would occur if this happened in the middle of performing a firmware upgrade!!

Just remember, plug+play your GS2 isn't. It's more like plug+pray!

If you simply cannot connect to Kies at all, then try the following:
1. Open up your dialer
2. Dial *#7284# This opens up the PhoneUtil menu

There are 2 sections:
UART
MODEM
PDA

USB
MODEM
PDA

3. Ensure PDA is selected for USB. If it already selected to PDA, try reselecting it by selecting Modem, then PDA.
4. Press the Back key
5. Retry Kies

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I found the incall volume to be a little low. When you max out the volume using the volume button it actually only goes to a default setting of 87 out of 100. If you would like to change the default settings here is what you need to do.
call this number *#*#197328640#*#*
This will open the service mode menu.
choose option [5] AUDIO
choose option [1] (VOICE CALL)
choose option [1] HANDSET
choose option [1] Volume
choose option [1] SRC Speech RX Volume
choose option [5] 5_lvl : 87
press the menu button (left side)
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enter a value between 0 and 100, I choose 100 the loudest setting.
press ok
I wanted to ask - why change only "5_lvl" and not all the other ones as well? do the other ones do something else?
is there any way to make it into like a button in the homescreen to shortcut the whole process?
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you can set the power button to end calls if this is easier, go to MENU, SETTINGS, CALL, CALL ANSWERING/ENDING power key ends calls, much easier if you hold with your right hand!
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New here, and to android (Been with Nokias for over 10yrs!) so hello all

Thought I'd share some tips with you... Top 3 (as a lot has already been covered)

1. When you add a "picture frame" widget to your android it will, by default, load in portrait mode. Press and hold the picture and yellow lines will show around the screen. At the bottom right of your pic, you'll see a grey tab. Hold and move the tab to change the size of the picture frame widget.

2. When watching a video, tap the power button once to lock the touchscreen. No more pressing a button by mistake

3. Google easter egg for you guys and gals

Go to settings > about phone > and tap "android version" 5 times for a secret picture

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On the second point, it only blacks out my screen. It does not lock it.
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On the second point, it only blacks out my screen. It does not lock it.
Are you using a different video player? Only works in the stock one
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Are you using a different video player? Only works in the stock one
I don't think so. I just hit the youtube app that came on the phone to test it out and it keeps blacking out the screen. Also, I made a thread about it in another area of the forum, but there is no voice talk installed on this phone either. Is there something different with the SHW-M250S model or something? it seems lacking compared to the stuff I see in this thread.
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I don't think so. I just hit the youtube app that came on the phone to test it out and it keeps blacking out the screen. Also, I made a thread about it in another area of the forum, but there is no voice talk installed on this phone either. Is there something different with the SHW-M250S model or something? it seems lacking compared to the stuff I see in this thread.

I dont know, but try watching a video file from your phone, not.in tje youtube app and then.locl the screen, it should work.
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I dont know, but try watching a video file from your phone, not.in tje youtube app and then.locl the screen, it should work.
I took a video and played it back and it worked. Thanks. Now to figure out why voice talk is not on the phone
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You can rearrange your applications by pressing edit in the applications screen, then moving them. Also folders can be made there too.

after spending a lot of time to do this. the apps icons reset when i rebooted my phone. how do i fix that?
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after spending a lot of time to do this. the apps icons reset when i rebooted my phone. how do i fix that?
Provided you saved your list it should have survived a reboot.

If it is still giving you issues there is a free App on The Market you could download which sorts out your list alphabetically.
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About taking screenshots..

Press and hold the homebutton and THEN press powerbutton. No need to press simultaneously. Then you dont need to think about timing and such.
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additional kies connecting tips:

- delete files with a large number of chars in the file extension, usually in the picture folders as thumbnail files

- enable flight mode before connecting usb cable.

my phone sits at connecting constantly unless im in flight mode, regardless of any of the other steps ive read on various sites. its the single thing which now allows me to connect on a number of computers where it would sit at connecting previously.
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does anyone have a way to make the middle screen your home without rooting? all tips i see involve rooting.
not sure why it was middle on my galaxy s and they switched it to the very left first home. middle allows me to quickly slide left or right for other much used screens...whereas left one makes me slide at least two screens to the right....anyone?

never mind...i can add a tips as a solution to my issue...i stumbled on go launcher ex with no root needed. learned from pocketnow tips video for galaxy s2 and although i have only just downloaded...i used tip it prompted for a migrate app that made copying from touchwiz pretty easy to get my homescreens.
I love this...the scrolling bottom icons...allowing 5 on screen rather than 4...resize widgets...9 home screens not 7. wow. wow. wow.
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I found the incall volume to be a little low. When you max out the volume using the volume button it actually only goes to a default setting of 87 out of 100. If you would like to change the default settings here is what you need to do.
call this number *#*#197328640#*#*
This will open the service mode menu.
choose option [5] AUDIO
choose option [1] (VOICE CALL)
choose option [1] HANDSET
choose option [1] Volume
choose option [1] SRC Speech RX Volume
choose option [5] 5_lvl : 87
press the menu button (left side)
choose Key Input
enter a value between 0 and 100, I choose 100 the loudest setting.
press ok
now press the menu button and select back this should save (don't use the right side back key you normally use to navigate the phone or you will quit out of the settings) keep hitting the menu and back until you leave the service mode menu.
You will also note you can change volume settings for other things like bluetooth, head sets, video call etc.

Note: this is not permanent, if you turn off the phone it resets back to the default levels .
hey, when i press [5] audio then there is no option but there is caution menu being blocked. plz help
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hey, when i press [5] Audio then there is no option but caution: menu being blocked. plzz plzz help
Can you access the menu by pressing the menu key (bottom left of the phone) and then enter the value (5) via the keyboard ?

I strongly recommend using the latest firmware though, as that fixes the volume issue.
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Any way to remover icons in the status bar? after i updatet my firmware the vibration icon is up there all the time exept when in silent....

Want it to vibrate exept in silentmode , but without the icon.. (wasn't there before update)
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Any way to remover icons in the status bar? after i updatet my firmware the vibration icon is up there all the time exept when in silent....

Want it to vibrate exept in silentmode , but without the icon.. (wasn't there before update)
yah, i was looking for an answer for that as well, but i couldn't find one except costume roms, which i done use now..
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something changed on my phone and bloody AUTO CORRECT is now in text.

To swap back = settings/language and keyboard/samsung keyboard/XT9 Predictive text....untick it. (vise versa if you want it on)

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Secondly, It must have come from a GO! update, my incoming calls started to "read out" the callers id etc....very annoying. Turns out "driving mode" decided to turn its self on. Only way i found to stop it was to put the "VOICE" widget on a screen, and deactivate the driving mode.
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Neat trick I just found.. dunno if was written previously: IF you want to change brightness rapidely, touch and hold the upper bar (the one with hours and stuff) and slide left to right
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Another tip for voice action that is funny You can change the intro that the lady says when you activate " What would you like to do? "

Goto: settings/Voice Input and output settings/Voice reg. settings/Voicetalk/ Voice Talk Settings/Customise main prompt

Can't tell you what I put instead ;-)

BtW if some are like me .. Im french canadian and I prefer my phone in English but voice recognition to be in french. You can do that by changing the in voice talk the language.
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When receiving a call you can put your phone face down to silence the call.

Also i discovered that doing this while playing a video will pause it.
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social hub says email/password is incorrect when it isnt
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hey.. so I just bought my SG2.. and I was wondering if I can make the picture of a person show when he is calling me……. because I have a friend with a veeeeeerrrrryyyy old (:P)samsung mobile and she can do that….. thnx
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As anyone who updated knows, the most recent version of Pinball HD for Tegra broke the menus for us.
Downloading edition 2077 will fix it (this was the previous version).
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hey.. so I just bought my SG2.. and I was wondering if I can make the picture of a person show when he is calling me……. because I have a friend with a veeeeeerrrrryyyy old (:P)samsung mobile and she can do that….. thnx
Hi there, you should be able to add a picture of your friend to their contact details. This will bring their pic up when they call. Easiest way is to take their pic with your phone, go to gallery and find pic, press option key bottom left on your phone and select "set as" contact icon.
Hope this is what you meant.
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using the same downward swipe action to drop down the notification bar, will drag the bar back up again i.e. swipe down to drop down the bar, swipe down again in exact same way to collapse the bar to normal state.

saves having to swipe up from the bottom of the screen, and sometimes having to swipe up a few times because you didn't swipe far enough or whatever.
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For those syncing with an Exchange server.......

...Took me a while to work out how to carry out an Online Exchange Address book search so thought this may be of use to someone...



-Open contacts
-Long press menu soft button to bring up search
-Type first few characters of contact name, when a result isn't found on the phone the online search button will appear
-Continue typing name and then press the online search button
-Choose the contact from the results to see details and optionally save to any of your address books.
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