Samsung Captivate is the most amazing thing ever and ever


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  1. idilium

    idilium Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    • i love the sound of music 5.1 is great
    • I'm in love with the video resolution on the screen look a mp4 movie on it omg i can see small hair:D
    • it can run multiple apps and with a touch of a bottom you can use all
    • the stock video and music players are amazing
    • the sound on voice calls is really good
    • the size can fit in your pocket and still is a big screen
    • the satellites in the sky cant spy on me because the gps is not working lol
    • is not a apple product thank god
    this is the best phone god ever created
     

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  2. CaCHooKa Man

    CaCHooKa Man Well-Known Member

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    the samsung music player would be great if last.fm scrobbling worked with it like every other 3rd party music app. thats the only reason i dont use it.
     
  3. t-readyroc

    t-readyroc Well-Known Member

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    I think you were doing ok until the "go to hell & burn" bit... :rolleyes:
     
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    lol your post gave me the laughs. Glad to know you love the phone.
     
  5. Muirne

    Muirne Active Member

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    I did a double take and got a laugh out of this one, thanks! ;)
     
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    Ok, you have convinced me that NO GPS is a FEATURE and not a flaw!! I'll get mine on the 26th when my contract allows.
     
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    My captivate shot an iPhone in Reno, just to watch it die. Its that kind of a phone.
     
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    sremick Well-Known Member

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    Heh, while the "5.1" option does do some interesting processing to the audio... no sound out of 2 speakers is going to be "5.1".

    I take issue with Samsung's false labeling of this "feature". Should be called "fake spacial processing" or something... but when it's coming out of 2 headphone's it's never going to be "5.1".
     
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    Have you ever benchmarked your WiFi against an iPod Touch or iPhone?

    Captivate's WiFi sucks beyond belief. It's like going back to 802.11b. How 2001 of you, Samsung.
     
  10. Divinedark

    Divinedark Well-Known Member

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    No idea what you're talking about. My iPhone 3Gs and my Captivate both carried 9MB down and 1.8Mb up sitting side by side one floor above my wireless router. The iPhone shows it's getting a better signal, but it hitches on YouTube vids more than my Captivate, so I'm starting to think the signal indicator is off.
     
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    Huh. Well, in my environment, I get 10Mbit/sec from my iPod Touch to Speedtest.net or dslreports.com/tests.

    The Captivate gets ~1/3 of the sustained throughput on download.

    Perhaps the ext2/ext3 mod for "lag relief" might make caching to the internal SD faster. Out of the box, I see terrible WiFi from mine, on multiple access points. It gets 1Mbit on the open AP at work, for example, where the Touch gets 4.

    Glad to hear some people are getting better results.
     
  12. Divinedark

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    I will say that my Wifi was hosed on my first Captivate. The internal antenna was broken. After I swapped my handset, my iPhone has no reception benefit over my Captivate whether that be Edge, 3G, or Wifi.

    Also, I have not modded my Captivate, outside of root and bloatware removal.
     
  13. idilium

    idilium Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    hey is truth that people who use ipods or iphones are super duper cool?
    and they hate when another phone is good because the are afraid to loose that coolness?
    don't worried man in my book you will always be a super duper cool even if my phone is better
     
  14. BoulderGeek

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    After DivineDark's comment above, I got an RMA for my Captivate.

    They are sending another within 2 weeks. Damn, it went from overnight to 14 days in the last three days.

    If the new phone exhibits the same issues, the POS is going back.
     
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    getDange Well-Known Member

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    I get on my Captivate speedtest same exact speed I get from a wired computer connected to the same router, 10 mbps down 700-something kbps up (cable provider limits).
     
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    getDange Well-Known Member

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    BoulderGeek, PLEASE! Keep it cool. Keep language in check, no need to get rude here. That person was pulling your chain obviously. Just smile and be on your way. Do not waste emotions, and please do not subject innocent bystanders (like me) to reading this language.
     
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    idilium Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    man iphone people speak so cool like the EFF and the STFU that so cool
    i just can imagine what is to be in the iphone forums that should be a dream.....
     
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    I find the wifi on this thing horrible compared to the iPhone 4. Sometimes at work I am connected but the data doesnt work. I have to reconnect. I never have this prob withthe ip4.
     
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    o rly?

    YouTube - Browser Speed Test! Captivate, iPhone 4, Nexus One

    not to mention the captivates browser will be even faster once froyo comes out, and the captivate is loading flash lite now, iphone will never have that.
     
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    Not sure how viewing the WebKit browsers tells you anything about how wireless performance is affected in my real world practice.

    I have a replacement coming. So, perhaps I just have a bad unit. Time will tell.
     
  21. t-readyroc

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    15 down & 4 up for me. I'm not complaining :)
     
  22. Kelmar

    Kelmar Done by choice VIP Member

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    Personal attacks have been removed.

    Please reread the forum rules (link in signature) and ask yourself if you REALLY want a forced "vacation" from the forums.
     
  23. Divinedark

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    I actually ran the test again last night two full stories above my wireless router.

    Iphone 3GS: 7854kb Down 1330kb Up

    Captivate: 8542kb Down 1459kb Up

    Both test ran using Speedtest.net apps in the exact same location within 10 seconds of each other. Exact same infrastructure used for both tests. 802.11G wireless.

    Not only was the through put on the captivate larger, but it was also much more stable. It was a steady rise from 7Mb up until the final number. The iPhone seemed to drop some packets during the test.
     
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    idilium Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    Thanks for bring some real facts
     
  25. Divinedark

    Divinedark Well-Known Member

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    That's what I'm here for.
     

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