Last Updated: Jun 04,2013
Anyone bought spigen?
There's a thread for that and Spigen/SGP has been dominating
For the Audiophiles out there
This thread on Head-fi.org - has a complete list of USB Audio Digital to Analog Audio convertor (DAC) boxes that work with the Galaxy S3 and Galaxy Note 2 using the USB OTG cable:
Android phones and USB DACs
Quote Danba at Head-fi.org
Looks like seidio cases are shipping. ..SEIDIO | Samsung Galaxy Note 2
Got a little impatient waiting on Unique Skins and Skinit to make custom skins available, so I decided to try out Zagg's custom skin. As much as I don't like their screen protectors, this is just a custom skin for the back battery cover anyway. For those of you interested, just enter in a search by device, select the Note 2, Click on Invisible Shield Search results hyper link, middle left of the page should be a clickable button that says "Personal Style with Custom Zagg Skins", Click on Learn More and there's a button that says Create Your Own.
And for 20% off the code coconut20 worked.
Allright so I caved and bought the seidio surface case combo this morning with 10% off with code TW10. I guess it'll do until otterbox releases the defender. I'll let you guys know how the case is when I get it.
I need to slow down, but i just bought 2 of these for my car and to try with my stereo headset:
That link takes me to ebay.com?
Took me to eBay then immediately opened up Google play store.
This is fantastic! I remember tweeting just the other day about hoping Spigen would come out with a diary case with a snap, and it's as if they heard me! Saw this just now!
Galaxy Note 2 Leather Wallet Case illuzion - GALAXY NOTE 2 - Samsung - Cell Phones | SPIGEN SGP
only thing that bugs me about it is the lack of protection for the bottom
Doh... I'll find another link to the item later. It's a bluetooth, 3.5mm dongle.
Look at the closed pics of the white, blue and pink case. You'll see where the sides extend past the phone. So in essence you're not holding phone; you'll be holding the case which as I've said is no different than the case I have now and it's uncomfortable as all get out to hold. Like trying to hold the original note which is wider.
It looks like somebody took original Note 1 cases and placed inserts in them to hold the Note 2 leaving the case wider than the phone is supposed to hold.
Here's the 3.5mm bluetooth dongle I purchased. I only have 1 stereo bluetooth headset that I only like using for working out, so I was curious enough to try this with my 3.5 wired headsets and also for my car.
Wireless Bluetooth Audio Music Receiver 3 5mm Dongle for Cell Phone MP3 MP4 PC | eBay
It has a built in battery, so it doesn't need to stay plugged in all the time.
^^ I am not clear on what the above could be used for.
Can you suggest a bluetooth headset in ebay.com which ships worldwide (hopefully with no or v. less shipping charges)?
I was about to post the same thing.
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For me i could use the coupler to connect to the existing hardwired aux cable I installed in my car and then use bluetooth to stream ad long as it supports a2dp
Although now reading some reviews on Amazon some people are using it to stream from a audio source not to one... Wonder if it works both ways?
I seriously need to just get the phone already. All these accessories with no phone to use them on makes me feel like a kid waiting for Christmas to open all the presents under the tree!
Had another one of my backordered items get in stock, so was sure to swoop it up before it was sold out again:
Smart dock is the last one on my list.
You're not going to sleep for two days when you get the phone trying everything out on it! That pen is cool but does it fit in the phone?
Waiting for smart dock too. This S-Pen you ordered; will it for in the Note 2?
If you don't have bluetooth integration on your car stereo, you can connect this to your aux adaptor (in my case tape adaptor), sync the bluetooth receiver up with your phone, and have bluetooth audio.
From the description, it can also be connected to headphones or external speakers (via 3.5 mm male plug). Since I was so weary about putting the phone up to my face when calling people, now I can just use a wired stereo headset (instead of my extra mono jawbone bluetooth), talk to someone, and also be able to pull out the phone and write notes if need be.
Yup. This is similar to what I'll be testing it on.
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