galaxy Archive

  • So all the big guys are at Samsung’s Galaxy SII release party in New York. The articles on the giant tech sites have already been posted. Some are excited, some are unimpressed. Here is the skinny. The devices announced today are Sprint’s Epic 4G Touch, at&t’s Galaxy S II and T-mo’s phone which its name is still unannounced. The T-mo version wil, either be named Hercules or just plane jane Galaxy S2. You cannot buy any of them yet. Sprint will start selling on september 16th and the other 2 carriers are unconfimed. “Few weeks” and “this fall” is what...

    Galaxy S2 U.S. release! Still not here!

    So all the big guys are at Samsung’s Galaxy SII release party in New York. The articles on the giant tech sites have already been posted. Some are excited, some are unimpressed. Here is the skinny. The devices announced today are Sprint’s Epic 4G Touch, at&t’s Galaxy S II and T-mo’s phone which its name is still unannounced. The T-mo version wil, either be named Hercules or just plane jane Galaxy S2. You cannot buy any of them yet. Sprint will start selling on september 16th and the other 2 carriers are unconfimed. “Few weeks” and “this fall” is what…

  •   The wait is finally over ladies, Samsung has finally had a proper leak of one of the U.S. Variants of the ever popular Galaxy S2 devices that the world has been blessed with for almost half a year. This may be an exciting time in life for you true geeks, but you are not nearly excited enough. I have seen the presentation for the PR and the device in person, and let me tell you, the processor and the screen are not what they were rumored to be. The phone in question is the Tmobile Dream 4G (previously referred...

    U.S. Galaxy S II specs! Tmobile Dream 4G!!

      The wait is finally over ladies, Samsung has finally had a proper leak of one of the U.S. Variants of the ever popular Galaxy S2 devices that the world has been blessed with for almost half a year. This may be an exciting time in life for you true geeks, but you are not nearly excited enough. I have seen the presentation for the PR and the device in person, and let me tell you, the processor and the screen are not what they were rumored to be. The phone in question is the Tmobile Dream 4G (previously referred…

  • Alright, forget what I wrote about netflix yesterday. Apparently netflix has gotten either a new version of their app up and ready for download on the android market, or whatever backend issues they might have been facing have been resolved. Funny stuff, its almost like the people that are working on the app are devs on XDA with their nightlies. I say so because the issues have been resolved lickity split. Which ever, This morning I deleted the apk and reinstalled fresh from the market. Launched it and it played nice. Here is a quick vid of the whole ordeal...

    Netflix on Galaxy S, WORKING!

    Alright, forget what I wrote about netflix yesterday. Apparently netflix has gotten either a new version of their app up and ready for download on the android market, or whatever backend issues they might have been facing have been resolved. Funny stuff, its almost like the people that are working on the app are devs on XDA with their nightlies. I say so because the issues have been resolved lickity split. Which ever, This morning I deleted the apk and reinstalled fresh from the market. Launched it and it played nice. Here is a quick vid of the whole ordeal…

  • Yes, if you are rocking a Samsung Galaxy S device in the US, your wait for the Netflix app is finally over. Unfortunately it does not work.. You can download the application yourself from the Android market, but chances are that after you install it and login, it will force close without warning. So what is the fix? Haha.. You can head over to the XDA thread and try to figure it out, buy will end up dissapointed. The apk’s floating around will either not work whatsoever, or let you actually login but give you the infamous 1005 error when...

    Netflix on Galaxy S, still not working.

    Yes, if you are rocking a Samsung Galaxy S device in the US, your wait for the Netflix app is finally over. Unfortunately it does not work.. You can download the application yourself from the Android market, but chances are that after you install it and login, it will force close without warning. So what is the fix? Haha.. You can head over to the XDA thread and try to figure it out, buy will end up dissapointed. The apk’s floating around will either not work whatsoever, or let you actually login but give you the infamous 1005 error when…

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