Looking for a dependable Samsung galaxy s2 carrier

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What is a good mobile carrier for my Samsung Galaxy S2 with Dual-core 1.2 GHz Cortex-A9 CPU and Android Jelly Bean?  I'm having too many dropped calls and slow internet speed on my current carrier.  I need a dependable Samsung Galaxy S2 carrier to maximize the features of my phone.  Any suggestions would be highly appreciated.  Thank you.

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Hi Johnn

I have a also a Samsung Galaxy S phone, and I think that I can maximize its features and capabilities by having a some useful applications. But it is not just about applications, yes you are right that there is a factor when it comes to carrier. In my country, I have a good carrier or network provider. I am just experiencing very small amounts of error in calls and sms (Delayed SMS / Some dropped calls). In terms of internet speed, my network provider provides an impressive speed with just 3G signal. My speed test sometimes have a 1 MB per second download speed.

So here are my tips on how to have a good phone signal / internet speed using your carrier:

  1. Sometimes it is place dependent. If you are in a place that has no cell sites and you do not have any phone signal, then you’re really going to drop calls and no internet connection.
  2. Try to purchase different USIM that has a better signal on your place.
  3. Try to go to a professional phone technician to check your phone if there are some problems.

I hope this helps.

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Hey Stuart,

From all the Samsung  Galaxy II mobile carriers(Sprint Epic 4g, AT &T and T Mobile) I would recommend using The samsung Epic 4g for it is known to have the longest battery life(14-16 hrs) and a good ability to run a stock Android pack.

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Hi. John Stuart,

Kill all not needed running applications. To do this, go to setting\application\manage app\running, from there you can see what running that you do not need like music player, video player etc. Be careful not to kill other system process.

You may also go to your task manager and kill active applications you don't need, and free also your RAM.

I hope that you can fix it by trying this procedure.

Thanks & Regards

Gillam Janetj

 

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