On the official announcement, Google has said that the Nexus 4 will be available on the 13th of Nov. However, after I sold my S3 for a good deal about 10 days before the lunch day, I’ve been suffering with my old dump phone for a while… At the midnight of the 13th, I was reloading the ordering page waiting for the Nexus 4 to appear, but nothing… It was still on “Coming Soon”.
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I wanted to use the Galaxy S3 Google Wallet so I made this guide for people like me, living in the US, and using an International I93000 Galaxy SIII smartphone. The galaxy s3 google wallet guide video will show you all the steps needed to get the app to work. But you can also follow these steps:
I was in the mood to look for some Galaxy S3 wallpapers and I gathered about 137 images and re-sized them to fit perfectly on my Samsung Galaxy S3.
Android wallpapers can be a bit confusing sometimes. Unlike iOS with the static wallpaper similar to the ones in your PC. The Android wallpaper has a feature of scrolling to the left or to the right. And of course, the wallpaper will scroll with your movement which gives a big sense of smoothness. The trick here though, is when you decide to make your own wallpaper and go open Adobe Photoshop or any other image editing application, you’ll get confused about what resolution you have to use. I mean, the phone is (just as an example) about 800 by 400 pixels. But the screen scrolls to both directions. The solution especially for Android phones (because tablets is a whole different story) is to take the width of your screen and multiply it by two. Because if you look at exactly the middle of your current wallpaper while your have your launcher in the middle screen. And then scroll all the way to the left, you will notice that the exact middle point is now exactly at the edge of your screen. So the wallpaper has shifted exactly by 50% in the opposite direction. Of course, your Galaxy S3 wallpapers will shift also by 50% when you scroll to the right.
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