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Using a Samsung Galaxy SII (SC-02C) in Japan, with Docomo as my service provider. Currently running Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean, rooted.

Also have a Galaxy Tab 10.1, 16GB, WiFi only. Currently running Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, rooted.


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accepted How can I get my compass pointing the right direction?
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answered How can I get my compass pointing the right direction?
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awarded  Cleanup
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answered Is there an ICS ROM for the Galaxy Tab 10.1 that has camera support?
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answered GPS stopped working after update
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asked GPS stopped working after update
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comment USB transfer speed ridiculously slow
@ce4: I updated the kernel and the ROM, and now my GPS doesn't work. So I guess I'm back to playing feature-whack-a-mole.
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comment USB transfer speed ridiculously slow
@w3d The problem seems to be with both the internal memory and the MicroSD. I do not have a separate card reader for the microSD. The MicroSD is a 16GB class 4 card made by Sandisk.
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asked USB transfer speed ridiculously slow
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accepted How can I determine what is a normal USB transfer speed for my Android phone?
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accepted What does “H” mean in the signal indicator?
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comment How can I determine what is a normal USB transfer speed for my Android phone?
Thanks for this answer, as it made me realize my question could have been phrased better. I guess what I need to know is, how do I determine what class my SD cards are (the GS2 has two, internal and external) and then what should I expect from them. I've updated my question accordingly.
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revised How can I determine what is a normal USB transfer speed for my Android phone?
Altered the question to focus on how I can make objective determinations specific to a person's hardware.