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You overclocked a phone? There's no extra cooling you can get in such a small device, seems like a pretty bad idea for both heat and battery life.

I'm sure he's referring to the stock ROM, not overclocking.
post #32 of 41
I have been running JB on my SIII for over a month bro. You're way behind.
post #33 of 41
And what is your opinion about it?
post #34 of 41
Dude, "soon" is taking a while. I guess I'm impatient. biggrin.gif
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post #35 of 41
The Google Voice search is amazing and much more accurate than S Voice. Its fast too.

Speedwise my Xoom tablet is faster than ICS noticeably. My SIII not so noticable.

I love the Google maps step by step voice navigation. I can tell it I want travel by bus and I hit voice navigation and it tells me what stop to walk to what bus to ride when to get off etc etc.


On the 2100mah battery.
I did a battery test and on a single charge it lasted from 6am Friday to 5pm Sunday. Mobile Data was on the whole time. Used GPS Navigation(3-4 hours), Facebooked about 3-4 hours, 20-30 texts exchanged, took about 20 pics and uploaded them to facebook, 2 phone calls, Chrome for about 6 hours, Google Music for about 6-7 hours, and a 4-5 youtube videos.

If I make a lot of calls the battery lasts about 18-22 hours.

Key is freezing unneeded programs with titanium backup. Also you need to condition your battery from the start. You fully charge it, then fully drain it without ever plugging in a charger in between. I did this for about 10 cycles. Now I only charge it when it dips below 6%.

Charging your phone constantly will kill your battery capacity. Like when you plug it into your car while driving, or you leave it hooked up to a computer while at work. If you need that much battery get a 4300mah battery or a mophie juice pack.
post #36 of 41
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You overclocked a phone? There's no extra cooling you can get in such a small device, seems like a pretty bad idea for both heat and battery life.
A lot of people overclock their phone. Nowadays, Android is already fast enough that a overclock isn't necessary though.
post #37 of 41
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The Google Voice search is amazing and much more accurate than S Voice. Its fast too.
Speedwise my Xoom tablet is faster than ICS noticeably. My SIII not so noticable.
I love the Google maps step by step voice navigation. I can tell it I want travel by bus and I hit voice navigation and it tells me what stop to walk to what bus to ride when to get off etc etc.
On the 2100mah battery.
I did a battery test and on a single charge it lasted from 6am Friday to 5pm Sunday. Mobile Data was on the whole time. Used GPS Navigation(3-4 hours), Facebooked about 3-4 hours, 20-30 texts exchanged, took about 20 pics and uploaded them to facebook, 2 phone calls, Chrome for about 6 hours, Google Music for about 6-7 hours, and a 4-5 youtube videos.
If I make a lot of calls the battery lasts about 18-22 hours.
Key is freezing unneeded programs with titanium backup. Also you need to condition your battery from the start. You fully charge it, then fully drain it without ever plugging in a charger in between. I did this for about 10 cycles. Now I only charge it when it dips below 6%.
Charging your phone constantly will kill your battery capacity. Like when you plug it into your car while driving, or you leave it hooked up to a computer while at work. If you need that much battery get a 4300mah battery or a mophie juice pack.

I am waiting for jelly bean official Vodafone Portugal to come out then I was thinking about freezing or un installing all the samsung and Vodafone bloatware, can you please give me some directions on how to do it? Thanks
post #38 of 41
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I am waiting for jelly bean official Vodafone Portugal to come out then I was thinking about freezing or un installing all the samsung and Vodafone bloatware, can you please give me some directions on how to do it? Thanks

http://forums.androidcentral.com/verizon-galaxy-s-iii-rooting-roms-hacks/190016-guide-freezing-gs3-bloat-titanium-backup.html
post #39 of 41
Mines updated to JB yesterday morning, I'm on Three UK
post #40 of 41

Thank you! The tutorial is for the Verizon s3,do you believe the process of rooting is the same? I have a 9300 international version.
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