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We keep moving forward, opening new doors, and doing new things, because we're curious and curiosity keeps leading us down new paths. (Walt Disney)

Imagination is more important than knowledge. For knowledge is limited to all we now know and understand, while imagination embraces the entire world, and all there ever will be to know and understand. (Albert Einstein)


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accepted Check which IPs or web-sites an app is communicating with?
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asked Check which IPs or web-sites an app is communicating with?
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accepted Where can I find files/db/etc of Memo application?
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accepted Galaxy S lagging
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comment Galaxy S lagging
I'm thinking about doing a factory reset and treating it real nice and watch carefully what apps are installed. As now my experience showed certain apps which work flawlessly and those which are rubbish. That will give me a thorough understanding about what's going on, as reboot is likely to be triggered by some third party apps. At least that's a usual scenario.
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asked Galaxy S lagging
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asked Where can I find files/db/etc of Memo application?
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accepted Samsung Galaxy S Firmware Update
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comment Samsung Galaxy S Firmware Update
Funny, but it seems that the problem is actually in the network segment, from which I tried to update the system. It's super secure and has extremely filterable traffic, and it allows only certain range of ports to be used. And it looks like Sumsung is trying to be smart and use certain own security. :) Though this way should be working. Thanx.
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comment Samsung Galaxy S Firmware Update
What are the know/possible consequences of inappropriate Odin usage?
Apr
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comment Is it possible to update from 2.1 to 2.3?
I saw that link, but though it was confirmed couldn't find any information on the matter.