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Phones / Re: The Xiaomi Thread. by shosky1794: 10:22am
busuyi44:


Ooh!! Back to sender approach!! Unfortunately I don't have a Gotv decorder to test run it.
Please any1 here with Gotv, which app are you using to remote control it?? Don't follow GrandMufti 's approach

Download 'Remote for DSTV' app from playstore. There's Gotv remote control separately on the app
Phones / Re: The Xiaomi Thread. by shosky1794: 7:36am On Apr 17
Lexusgs430:


Try Talon...... You would enjoy the experience.......

Will do that
Business / Re: Guinness Nigeria Partners Wecyclers On Waste Management by shosky1794: 7:32am On Apr 17
When the governor's pride is killing the management of waste in Lagos
Phones / Re: The Xiaomi Thread. by shosky1794: 7:06am On Apr 17
fibonacci2526:



Fluce? Will look that up. Tbh I find myself being drawn to the official Twitter app these days.

Thought I was the only one. I had to go back to the official app from the tweetcaster pro I was using.
Phones / Re: The Xiaomi Thread. by shosky1794: 5:52am On Apr 17
humblesteve:
Help me out fam can't update whenever I try it returns back

Change your network
Phones / Re: The Xiaomi Thread. by shosky1794: 12:23pm On Apr 11
jboixxx:

It will continue like that until you charge to 99-100% before it'll automatically reset.

gracias
Phones / Re: The Xiaomi Thread. by shosky1794: 12:20pm On Apr 11
GrandMufti:


Power off the phone, plug the charger, wait till fully charged, disconnect charger, then power on the phone .

Thanks. Will try this
Phones / Re: The Xiaomi Thread. by shosky1794: 12:20pm On Apr 11
vanchi:


Off your WiFi and watch it disappear

Don't reboot. Once you do that, it's gone for good. I have been battling to get mine back after rebooting my phone.
Phones / Re: The Xiaomi Thread. by shosky1794: 10:54am On Apr 11
Is it possible to reset my battery stat. If it is yes. How? My sot and other battery stats just keep increasing even when the phone is charging.

Phones / Re: The Xiaomi Thread. by shosky1794: 11:04pm On Apr 10
MeloGist:


Did the network signal just started showing now? And how long have you been trying to use the ntel on your RN4?

Just started using it today. Inserted the SIM around 7pm but the network signal didn't come up until past 9.
Phones / Re: The Xiaomi Thread. by shosky1794: 10:36pm On Apr 10
MeloGist:


Yes, it is.. how did you make yours work?

APN: ntel
Username: ntel
Password: ntel

I was about replying to this post just to rant about ntel not working on RN4 when all of a sudden, the network signal just showed up
Phones / Re: The Xiaomi Thread. by shosky1794: 2:04pm On Apr 07
nabeans:


I think what the original post meant was that he should keep a record of phone models he's sold. Someone doing a trend analysis may one day come along requesting such info to help assess the peculiar dynamics of the market for Xiaomi devices here. Whether the tilt is towards mid-range, low-end or flagship devices etc..
I think it's good for statistics and record keeping purposes.

In truth, it might not be a bad idea at all. Some individuals might use it to make their decisions on the phone to go for. Some business men are even monitoring this thread.
Phones / Re: The Xiaomi Thread. by shosky1794: 1:58pm On Apr 07
The Oshodi incidence is the reason people will continue giving Fashola thumbs up for his time in Lagos. Oshodi was relatively safe during his administration. The present administration in Lagos has done poorly in so many areas. Governance is not just about building roads. The first responsibility of any government is to secure the lives and property of its people. Let me not turn this place to politics thread
Phones / Re: The Xiaomi Thread. by shosky1794: 9:23am On Mar 31
fibonacci2526:



So far so good. Still on a first full battery cycle, 4hrs SOT and still have 52% left. For once the auto brightness dey work, had this problem with my previous redmi phones.

I've thinking about the auto brighteness too but thank you for the confirmation. I have to manually adjust the brighteness on my RN4 sometimes
Phones / Re: The Xiaomi Thread. by shosky1794: 10:00pm On Mar 28
SOT RN4 9.2.1.0 Great battery I must say.

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Phones / Re: The Xiaomi Thread. by shosky1794: 10:43pm On Mar 26
Who does Noobody pay his tithe to?
Phones / Re: The Xiaomi Thread. by shosky1794: 3:32pm On Mar 26
Thank you so much. You are a saviour.

salmaz:


Follow this procedure carefully as its a bit tricky:


1. Backup your chats in your old phone normally.
2. Install the GBWhatsapp on your New phone and complete the verification process (old chat history will not be shown except your Chat Groups)
3. The above is for a new folder GBWhatsapp to be automatically created on your new phone.
4. Uninstall the GBWhatsapp application and rename the above folder as GBWhatsapp Old
5. Transfer GBWhatsapp folder in your old phone to the new phone...meaning you'll now have two different folders in your new phone(GBWhatsapp and GBWhatsapp Old)...
6. Reinstall the GBWhatsapp aplication and it will find your backup chats so you can restore them.
7. Check and confirm your old messages appeared in your new phone.
Phones / Re: The Xiaomi Thread. by shosky1794: 11:49am On Mar 26
BeardedTraveler:



It should. How did you go about it

Sent the backup through xender to the new phone, installed the GBWhatsapp but didn't open it. I created a new folder and renamed it GBWhatsapp. I then moved the backup to the folder. After opening the app, I clicked on 'agree and continue' instead of restore and on the step I clicked on restore backup but it gave an error but proceeded anyway. Right now I have no backup chats available and I have 2 GBWhatsapp folders in file manager
Phones / Re: The Xiaomi Thread. by shosky1794: 10:52am On Mar 26
BeardedTraveler:



What I do is 'do local backup and send the backup folder through Xender to the new phone, then copy and paste the backup folder in the GBWhatsapp folder'


Advantage - It doesn't need data and also reduces the risk of backup failure

This didn't work. Thanks
Phones / Re: The Xiaomi Thread. by shosky1794: 10:51am On Mar 26
Gptech:

Backup the chats normally, the way whatsapp does, and copy the folders from the old phone to the new one., then restore messages when logging in to the new device.

I've actually tried this but it didn't work. The app didn't see the backup. I even inserted the sd card the GBWhatsapp data is on in the RN4 but that too didn't work. I really need to get the old chats on the phone.
Phones / Re: The Xiaomi Thread. by shosky1794: 9:58am On Mar 26
Good morning guys, please is there a way I can backup chats on GBWhatsapp on an infinix phone and restore it on RN4. THANKS
Phones / Re: The Xiaomi Thread. by shosky1794: 6:06pm On Mar 25
noobody:


Very poor camera,xiaomi issa scam,
Spits on food,walks out of thread undecided

Sarcasm at its peak. Some people will still miss the point.

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Phones / Re: The Xiaomi Thread. by shosky1794: 3:05pm On Mar 23
fibonacci2526:



No matter how you accessorize camry, e nor fit be like prado.

Gbam

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Phones / Re: The Xiaomi Thread. by shosky1794: 8:24pm On Mar 20
gbodimowo:
No, i had same issues with etisalat, had to call cc and they provisioned the sim for sms. But before you call cc check your service centre number

How do I edit my service centre number. I've tried everything in the messaging app but couldn't locate where the service centre number is.

Modify
The message centre number is correct but I still can't send sms from sim2
Phones / Re: The Xiaomi Thread. by shosky1794: 6:59pm On Mar 20
I can't send sms on my SIM 2 but receive sms on it. Is there any special settings for this?
Phones / Re: The Xiaomi Thread. by shosky1794: 8:48pm On Mar 19
GrandMufti:


grin grin

Aunty don come again

She's be been asking about the phone for a while now. It was almost the same for me before I finally buy the RN4. I followed this thread for months before I finally made my decision.
Phones / Re: The Xiaomi Thread. by shosky1794: 10:16pm On Mar 16
Gptech:

Settings - Notification and status bar - App notification - Select the app and make it look something like this.

Everything is just as you showed but the notification light for any app doesn't blink. I get charging notification light though.

Phones / Re: The Xiaomi Thread. by shosky1794: 8:46pm On Mar 16
GrandMufti:


Check that you enabled notification for those apps.

Go to settings and type notification in the search bar

Notification is enabled for the apps but the light still does not blink
Phones / Re: The Xiaomi Thread. by shosky1794: 8:20pm On Mar 16
I thought the notification light is supposed to be blinking when you have an unchecked notification. The light on this RN4X does not even when I have many notifications. Does it have a special setting?
Phones / Re: The Xiaomi Thread. by shosky1794: 9:51am On Mar 15
Another extremely satisfied customer. Thanks to Noobody for the speedy delivery. Keep up the the good work bro. And to all other guys here, I say bless up. You guys are doing a fantastic job.
Phone/Internet Market / Re: Brand New Leeco Cool 1 Dual For Sale. by shosky1794: 7:08am On Feb 24
Location please. I will prefer Lagos though
Phones / Re: The Xiaomi Thread. by shosky1794: 7:40pm On Feb 14
noobody:


Note 5A,redmi 4x 2/16gb,add small money,u wud get redmi 4x 3/32gb

Cheers

Small money like how much please and how long will it take to get it. Thank you.

Note: asking as a different user from the one who asked the original question.

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