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Tesla Unread is a poor app that does not do what it's suppose to. I installed the app on Samsung Note 4 / Android Marshmallow. No matter what I tried it did work for notifications from Gmail. Protracted communications with Tesla support with them telling me it was a problem with TouchWiz and the way Samsung held the counts for Gmail and, suggested I contact Samsung. Yes, not my problem - it's Samsung problem! No, it's your problem Tesla with the percentage of Samsung phones out there... 
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Works great on my note 3 and 5
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Has anybody experience of a phone/network problem using an N7100?

Consistently, I flashed every version of this ROM - it offer great performance and features on the Note 2 N7100 but, I have phone network problems (using 3G only network), 3, in the UK;

The phone either does not work giving an 'out of area' error message but the latest 1.2.5, it has slightly improved allowing one phone call out with second call resulting in a drop network (including data) forcing a reboot to fix the problem temporarily.

I have been very diligent in prepare the device for flashing so, I don't think the problem is there.  

Is it a generic CM11 problem?

I have flashed other ROMs and, I am returning to TIGRA v4 in the meantime.

Any ideas ?
 
AOSB Project v1.2.5 is out !

n7100 , i9300 , hltexx , hammerhead. !!

long list still in compiling ...

NOTE : this release without gapps

cheers :)
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Public - a week ago
reviewed a week ago
Order a set of wipers on the Web site supposedly with a four turnaround. Called four days after my order was placed - they said it had been dispatched. Funnily enough I said them if I had known, I would have paid the extra for DHL to deliver! And, to add insult to injury, I received an automated email from DHL over the weekend telling my wipers had reach Heathrow Airport and would delivered to me eight days after I placed the original order! Inexcusable - they lied to me when truth would have been much better for all concerned. Sell'm high, Sell'm cheap but, no concept of customer service. And, the wipers did not fit!
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Public - 5 months ago
reviewed 5 months ago
Just been Big Motoring World and observed some interesting 'tricks' of the trade: Firstly, you have to see a sales person before your given access to the vehicles - this 'greeting' is checking you are a serious buyer and, whether you are prepared to buy today (!) The vehicles are sold as seen - so, be careful. Generally, the vehicles stocked have higher mileages - some are intergalactic mileages. I would say, the operation is largely one of selling finance and warranty packages but, get your finance sorted before you go there and compare the figures. Yes, the vehicle I was after did have a cheaper sticker price but, when comparing this with a BMW main dealer, the car will come with a cast iron BMW warranty. One final thing: I felt like I was a captive: as I said, you had to see a sale person first before you were given access to the vehicle and, when you wanted to leave, you had leave the same way you came in - running the gauntlet of the main office and the sales person wanting to know did you find anything of interest. Call me old fashioned but, I thought the process could intimidating.
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Public - 11 months ago
reviewed 11 months ago
Recently (Oct 14), we had a tried Harvester for both breakfast & dinner; Breakfast: very untidy service, incomplete setting of tables and staff seemed to be to few & rushed off their feet. But, excellent unlimited breakfast arrived fairly promptly so, we put up with the niggles. Dinner: all together better service. Summary: Good food, good value for money but, with a little thought and care, it could be so much better experience....
Public - a year ago
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Being new to the area and after a month trying various treatments at the Valley Vetinary Surgery, my cat, GC, was sent to sleep today - suffering some form of Cancer. I don't mind saying that I found that the experience deeply affected me. I placed a five-star review previously but, on reflection I have re-edit the review reflecting my 'total' experience: things were handle 'adequately' at the Valley Vets. I have had an end-of-life experiences with other vet practices and comparing, it could be a lot better. Through a month visiting the Valley Vets I seen four separate vets - each 'time slicing' my cats treatment - each were professional but, the cumulative feeling was just 'adequate' . Concerns: they don't have a segregated waiting area or surgery timtable - one for dogs and one for small animals. And, the end of life 'administrative' experience could do with a major rethink - ie, offering end-of-life booking outside normal surgery times instead having to deal with a busy waiting room and paying for the treatment in a distressed state. I hope thing don't come cross as to negative... The acid test: Would I go there again? I would think about that long and hard.
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Public - 6 months ago
reviewed 6 months ago
We visited while we were in the neighbourhood : Chaotic and grubby sums up our the experience. The chef gave a very small meat serving, the vegetable selection was in disarray and, our server instisted to see our voucher for the current special - which was clearly printed on the menu!!!
Public - 11 months ago
reviewed 11 months ago
Don't expect this carvery to be serving on time - supposedly, they start serving at 12pm but, I had to give up waiting and left at 12:25pm with no sign of movement! Since, I have been back &, the carvery staff seemed a bit surly - maybe an off-day? Close call whether this or the next door Jimmy's World Grill is better (although a tad more expensive).... Update:Nov 2013 I returned to this Toby Carvery and foolishly chose the King Size option. The Chef displayed 'Sushi' like talents carving the roasts razor thin - in a presumed attempt to limit portion size. In fact, I would go further: the King Size option is a rip-off & offers nothing to the client except more real-estate on bigger plate to place more vegetables on his or her plate! Since Toby change the service offering to an 'Express' format, waiting staff seem to wander aimlessly, interrupting the guests at the most inappropriate moments - adding no value to the experience. Update: Oct 14 I know.... ended up in this restaurant - again but, I left my visit well passed the service start at midday. Not much has changed... The new 'express' format has been adopted but as far I can see, it makes service more disjointed.... But, the food was good.....
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago