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128GB SD conversion anyone... ?? yessir.gif

 

http://eshop.sintech.cn/sd-to-micro-sd-fpc-extender-with-65mm-flex-cable-p-764.html

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Once you start installing a bunch of big games that internal gets eaten up fast.

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if thats the case then just move the "big" apps to the sd card and not have to worry about fooling the rom.
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some what related note im liking this 4g lte speed i get every once and a while.

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Once you start installing a bunch of big games that internal gets eaten up fast.

Sent from my SPH-L900 using JellyBombed Tapatalk 2

if thats the case then just move the "big" apps to the sd card and not have to worry about fooling the rom.


You cant offload that data to the external. The way samsung designed the storage makes the app data stay in the internal (for large prograns that download extra data)

Hell you cant even move apps to sd at all so the only work around for more space is to swap them



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some what related note im liking this 4g lte speed i get every once and a while.

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 Thats just HSDPA+ ... thats no where close to LTE speeds. LTE can do 60MBs down and anywhere from ~12 - 20+MBs up from capable handsets [which the Note2 is..at least some variants it seems].

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some what related note im liking this 4g lte speed i get every once and a while.

Screenshots_2013-01-17-12-36-35.png


 Thats just HSDPA+ ... thats no where close to LTE speeds. LTE can do 60MBs down and anywhere from ~12 - 20+MBs up from capable handsets [which the Note2 is..at least some variants it seems].

CAN, yes...I've never seen it though. My speedtests are around what he got.
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 Thats just HSDPA+ ... thats no where close to LTE speeds. LTE can do 60MBs down and anywhere from ~12 - 20+MBs up from capable handsets [which the Note2 is..at least some variants it seems].

Lol you're clearly exaggerating LTE speeds. Never seen LTE speeds consistently that high.
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you guys can complain but to me i feel that a phone dosnt "need" internet speed faster then 6meg. i mean do you really need +20mbps on a phone? only thing i could see using the speed woud be watching videos. i do like how the ping is under 50ms where as when on 3g its 150-200ms.

(this excludes tethering the phone to a computer)
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you guys can complain but to me i feel that a phone dosnt "need" internet speed faster then 6meg. i mean do you really need +20mbps on a phone? only thing i could see using the speed woud be watching videos. i do like how the ping is under 50ms where as when on 3g its 150-200ms.

(this excludes tethering the phone to a computer)

I would rather have a stable moderate speed mobile Internet connection rather than an ultra fast but unstable one.

~5 to 10Mbps on a mobile device is fine for 4G LTE. I've seen up to 60Mbps+ on the SGN2 on various networks but to me that's overkill.
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 Thats just HSDPA+ ... thats no where close to LTE speeds. LTE can do 60MBs down and anywhere from ~12 - 20+MBs up from capable handsets [which the Note2 is..at least some variants it seems].

Lol you're clearly exaggerating LTE speeds. Never seen LTE speeds consistently that high.

 

Sorry for you then. Northern California ATT LTE will clear that easy. Those are spec LTE cat2 speeds.. cat3 will be released with updates soon.. and bring 100MBs to handsets.

 

 

 

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User Equipment (UE) categories

3GPP Release 8 defines five LTE user equipment categories depending on maximum peak data rate and MIMO capabilities support. With 3GPP Release 10, which is referred to as LTE Advanced, three new categories have been introduced.[2]

3GPP Release User Equipment Category Maximum L1 datarate Downlink Maximum number of DL MIMO layers Maximum L1 datarate Uplink
Release 8 Category 1 10.3 Mbit/s 1 5.2 Mbit/s
Release 8 Category 2 51.0 Mbit/s 2 25.5 Mbit/s
Release 8 Category 3 102.0 Mbit/s 2 51.0 Mbit/s
Release 8 Category 4 150.8 Mbit/s 2 51.0 Mbit/s
Release 8 Category 5 299.6 Mbit/s 4 75.4 Mbit/s
Release 10 Category 6 301.5 Mbit/s 2 or 4 51.0 Mbit/s
Release 10 Category 7 301.5 Mbit/s 2 or 4 102.0 Mbit/s
Release 10 Category 8 2998.6 Mbit/s 8 1497.8 Mbit/s

Note: These are L1 transport data rates using 20 MHz of bandwidth, not including the different protocol layers overhead. With 10 MHz of spectrum, maximum downlink data rates are 73 Mbps with 2x2 MIMO and 147 Mbps with 4x4 MIMO, and upstream 36 Mbps. With 5 MHz of spectrum, downlink is 37 Mbps and 72 Mbps respectively, and upstream 18 Mbps.[14]

Note: The 3.0 Gbit/s / 1.5 Gbit/s data rate specified as Category 8 is near the peak aggregate data rate for a base station sector. A more realistic maximum data rate for a single user is 1.2 Gbit/s (downlink) and 600 Mbit/s (uplink).[15] Nokia Siemens Networks has demonstrated downlink speeds of 1.4 Gbit/s using 100 MHz of aggregated spectrum.[16]

 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/E-UTRA

 

 

 

 I can post more if you need..


Edited by CL3P20 - 1/18/13 at 9:31am
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