Switching to Galaxy3s from iPhone 4

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  1. g8rfan22

    g8rfan22 Well-Known Member

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    Any suggestions on making this conversion easier? I don't want to lose my contacts or music. I know I'll lose apps.

    Thank you!
    #GG²
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    Juggernautz Don't Tread on me! VIP Member

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    Good luck!
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    Let ur carrier do it for u.
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    AT&T helped me out when I switched phones. ^^^
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    I used a free app called Easy Phone Sync and it synced my iiTunes accountvto my Galaxy
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    How does the Galaxy stack up to the IPhone?
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    Both phones have plenty of "juice" (read: power) to do whatever you need. I've got the S3 and it is incredibly slick and fast. I came from an iPhone 4, which I was happy with as well. Being an IT guy, I try to get as broad a variety as I can with tech, so I switched to the S3 on that idea alone.

    I'm very happy with my S3. I was very happy with my iPhone. It really comes down to whether you feel more comfortable in Android or iOS. Tinkerers will probably like Android better. Folks who like simplicity and a controlled environment will like iOS. It's just a matter of preference.
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    Appreciate the advice...
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    I have Iphone 4s and thinking of switching. I like the idea of a bigger screen. Saw the 3s and really liked it. I may also look at the Note II - any users?

    What phone out of all of them out there has the best camera?

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