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2 weeks ago
I had a problem with my S4 and had to swap for a new phone. I did a back up thru Kies 3 which has backed up all the data. However When I restored the backup...
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13 weeks ago
I have a work issued Galaxy S4, which is a pretty nice device, except for one thing - the battery usually barely makes it through a day, and sometimes doesn...
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