Love the title of this post
Virgin mobile is owned by Sprint, it's all the same potato
Wi-Fi tether, but you gotta root, works fine though
It's the big bold screen, optimus v would go three or four days, triumph maybe a day and a half, this phone is breakfast to dinner
My SII is as smooth as glass on stock JB, and I'm rooted. You must just have a bad apple
Swype is in the play store now
If you wanted to unroot, couldn't you just reflash the GB Rom from Samsung? Seems like that would be the easiest way.
Just used the links and rooted, seemed more fun to flash roms on the old triumph, lol. Got the app for Wi-Fi tethering, everything works great.
That's what I did
Mine seems to work fine
Mine wouldn't update on two different computes, spent hours, exe file took like five mins after the download
I got it, smooth : )
I think this is the way to go
Ok, i'm jellybeaning, forget kies, do the exe file. It's too easy
i can't get kies to work, needs to update but blocks itself, downloading the exe file now
Apparently the update for the 4g touch is in the roll out phase, wonder what that means for us?
I went from the triumph to the s2, it really is a nice phone. Everyone is itching for the jellybean update but ics works flawless on this phone.
It's coming out in different countries, and there is a leaked virgin mobile that can be flashed. I suppose if it's been leaked it must come out...
I think these days my phone is almost always connected to some Wi-Fi. When it's not the 3g seems to be fine for normal internet stuff. The s2 is a...
I've had this phone about three months and have gone through handful of different launchers since getting it. Things started getting laggy so I...
The phone is good, no complaints. VM is Sprint, I seem to have good coverage on the east coast. 3g is ok for e-mail, Facebook, web etc. I like it
CM7 Is pretty stable. You could do a fresh install of the Rom you're on now. When I got the galaxy s2, I flashed back to stock and gave it to my...
On stock, never freezes. I do get reboots, but I think it's from Wi-Fi