Some Samsung GALAXY S II for T-Mobile units may have faulty displays
3. Gemmol posted on 10 Nov 2011, 05:32 3 0
its not apple......no android phone gets the same treatment, if something is wrong with a android phone, the only people that would know is people who visit these phone sites, but if it was apple it be on the news or trending every where, so I doubt anyone who do not constantly check phone websites could tell the difference unless a friend of theirs points it out, but I could be wrong
4. rendHELL posted on 10 Nov 2011, 05:46 3 3
"they claimed was a screen issue affecting locally produced units."
it means that only products produced in the US...
no biggie... samsung can get over this....
14. remixfa posted on 10 Nov 2011, 08:22 3 0
you missed the part where they were talking about Vietnam.. THEY had the locally produced units, not the US.
Now the question, is are these first run sets or is this still happening? There is a reason they call it "early adopter syndrome".. lol
20. biophone posted on 10 Nov 2011, 11:14 0 1
I dont remember you saying this about battery gate.:-3
5. bayhuy posted on 10 Nov 2011, 06:00 1 8
Another fail from Samsung. All the KIRF manufacturers should end like that.
6. Dmann posted on 10 Nov 2011, 06:20 3 0
Riiiiight... All the KIRF manufacturers that make the iPhone components... Sigh.
11. remixfa posted on 10 Nov 2011, 07:15 3 2
that mean the iphone is a kirf? since its 95% samsung inside?
17. iwebdroidberry7 posted on 10 Nov 2011, 10:18 0 1
C\'mon 95%? Really? His comment was stupid, but yours is hardly better.
21. tacohunter posted on 10 Nov 2011, 12:03 0 1
Omg, remixfa you\'re becoming a second taco50.
Gongratulations, you feel proud now?
7. acer007 posted on 10 Nov 2011, 06:32 1 3
same problem in india also......when u take a dark scene u can clearly see the vertical lines and dots etc......for me samsung dealer repalced the handset twice and the third handset also iam feeling some lines and dots....now iam ignoring that............poor build qlty by samsung..........
12. tluv00 posted on 10 Nov 2011, 07:25 1 0
Was your auto-correct set on "Yoda" when you typed this? :-)
16. EclipseGSX posted on 10 Nov 2011, 10:07 0 1
it would be more like \"copy again, samsung has on apple\"
13. M2Iceman posted on 10 Nov 2011, 07:56 1 1
And on Sprint they have crappy radios. Every time I walk into a building I loose a signal. Yeah Im past my 14 days and I will hard pressed to buy another Sammy until its fixed. Please Sprint/Sammy Do something about the Radio/Modem!!!!!!!!!!!!!
18. Gemmol posted on 10 Nov 2011, 10:19 1 1
AT&T does well in buildings if you looking for other options
19. rendHELL posted on 10 Nov 2011, 10:31 1 0
did you already called sprint for this?? maybe tech support can help out.
22. jdrevolution posted on 10 Nov 2011, 14:57 0 0
If tech support doesnt work you could just go direct to samsung and complain to them of the defect. You're still under manufacturer warranty, after all.
25. theo14461 posted on 10 Nov 2011, 22:28 0 0
Better yet, stop playing around, and get on a real network like Verizon.
23. downphoenix posted on 10 Nov 2011, 18:01 0 0
the thing is about the radios, the FCC has certain guidelines in place for 3G and 4G radios that can be put in the device, hence why they gotta go do FCC cert before they can be released. As far as that is concerned, nearly all phones have radios of equivilent effectiveness. So maybe its some kind of antennagate scenario like the iPhone 4 has, I doubt its something to do with samsung actually using crappy radios because Qualcomm is pretty much the sole supplier of CDMA radios.
24. GeekMovement posted on 10 Nov 2011, 21:30 0 0
I tried this test on my SGSII Epic Touch and fortunately could not see any blobs or vertical lines. If there were any, the screen was still too dark with the sample image the XDA developer gave, but now that I look at those images I feel somewhat concerned lol (paranoid). I feel sorry for users with the T-mobile SGSII. Man, Samsung better fix this (as well as the antenna issue... even though for me it seems just fine, but it questions their future products) or else goodbye Samsung & hello HTC/Moto.