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I don't think mine disables the spen but I will be honest I don't use mine for anything more than writing down my family's order to Burger King before I leave the house.

 

I had a feeling that it would no probably wet old after a few days

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I had a feeling that it would no probably wet old after a few days

 

Not necessarily old I just use it as it was intended without the gimmicks. Writing notes while on the phone is great and especially in meetings since I just email them to my work email and no lost notes ;)

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I also very rarely use the S pen. I would have loved it 4-5 years ago when first starting to get used to a smartphone. However, nowadays I'm used to using a smartphone and a pen is foreign afterthought. To me, the work arounds of not having a pen are now natural.

 

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I also very rarely use the S pen. I would have loved it 4-5 years ago when first starting to get used to a smartphone. However, nowadays I'm used to using a smartphone and a pen is foreign afterthought. To me, the work arounds of not having a pen are now natural.

 

Robert via Samsung Note II via Tapatalk

 

Funny how things go full circle.. I had a pen on my HTC Mogul and it was great. Then as it evolved you didn't need the pen much. It's nice to have both options now though.

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I don't think mine disables the spen but I will be honest I don't use mine for anything more than writing down my family's order to Burger King before I leave the house.

 

No writing down. My motto: if you want to "have it your way," you can order it yourself.

 

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So i'm trying to root the note 2. I have the toolkit from the xda forums but when it asks me to select my device i see sprint with the LPH-900. However the build number i has doesn't match them. My build number is JZO54K.L900VPAMA7 and i'm not on 4.1.1 i'm on 4.1.2. Any help would be great!

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As usual you guys come through got my root access and very happy so far thanks again. The antenna on this note ii is incredible compared to my galaxy nexus and old iPhone 5

 

I am impressed you were able to salvage that thing. Good job and glad to have another Sensorly mapper in the area for when the sites come online. Just hit start trip and let it eat.

 

Nice to see a report of it compared to the iphone5.

 

Sent from my little Note2

 

 

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I'll be happy to map but only two sites that are mapped to the max

 

Only thing not mapped is the south side of the denham site.

 

I mapped the Erwinville site pretty well already except for the west side of it.

 

Sent from my little Note2

 

 

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