How do you find the data usage on the Galaxy S3?
Regarding spam from the app store - I have never received an unsolicited email from googles market. I would be careful with my email address and dodgy apps. Plenty dodgy apps out there.
Regarding multitasking - i think you not using the S3 properly or maybe let us know what you could do on iOS in terms of multitasking thats lacking on the S3.
The spam was due to Jewel quest, its not email but it gives this star notifications that you've "won" something.
With the iphone switching between your email, web browser and any other app was seemless. But when I'm busy with an email and want to quickly do something else like google a fact. It creates a draft, so you are not always back where you were when you started. The webbrowser also reloads everytime rather than just keeping the content.
I do think I need to learn a lot about andriod still. Didnt see a tips and tricks thread here...can anybody point me to something like that?
Also check out XDA for more specific stuff for the S3: http://forum.xda-developers.com/forumdisplay.php?f=1563
On my HTC desire i dont have the issue when switching between mail and browser. Might be ICS thats automatically taking you out of your partially created email or a time issue, where it does this. I trust when you switching apps you holding the home key, rather then pushing the the back button. If you hold down the home key, you should be able to see all apps which are running.
One thing that I've become used to on my iPad is pushing the the big button twice to bring up tasks. I keep finding myself doing the same thing on my S3 and bringing up S Voice, I can't wait for a mod to change that functionality.
Originally Posted by reactor_sa
Fantastic phone, got mine yesterday.
Keeping an eye on the data usage though
One thing that grates me on both the S2 and S3 is the inaccurate rendition of colour - it's all very blue!!!
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