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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Try going to settings -> Language and keyboard -> Select input method. You should be able to change back to Samsung keyboard there.
Posted on Oct 26, 2011
I just got the Infuse today. I had to return my Atrix because my unit
had a defect. I was pretty happy with most things on the Atrix, but
decided to try the Infuse, instead of another Atrix. So far, I'm really
happy with the decision. It DOES fit in my jeans pocket - and if I turn
it sideways, I can even sit down. I haven't seen a bit of pixelation or
blurriness on the screen. In my test calls to my husband, he said I
sounded really good. (I didn't have any voice quality trouble with the
Atrix, though, either.) What I'm really enjoying is that everything just
seems to be a whole lot easier to do when the screen is bigger. The
phone is really zippy and responsive. The text is generally more
readible, because it's larger, and even a little TOO big in places - but
that's not a problem. I loved being able to install the Amazon App
Store app and then start installing apps from there. That was really
easy. The camera appears to be good. I'm pretty happy so far.
The only bad thing I've found is that there is a bug in how Tango works on this phone. The picture that you send from the front camera is rotated 90 degrees. I checked on the Tango forum, and I was not the first to report this. The others were all on various Samsung phones, and it sounded like the problem started after the recent update of the Tango software. My voice is also going in and out, so I have to hold the phone pretty close and speak loudly - just during Tango calls
Posted on Feb 25, 2012
You can unlock your Samsung Galaxy S 4g using unlock codes. Contact your service provider and get the unlock code from them, if they don't give you the code, get it from online sites. Unlocking4u.com is where i unlocked my phone, they offered codes at affordable price, along with simple unlocking instructions.
Posted on Aug 22, 2012
Go to Samsung's Support Page for Cellphones. Pick your carrier and model number (not the name). the model number is usually behind the battery.
Posted on Oct 06, 2012
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