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Old Oct 28, 2013, 6:50 PM   #1
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We have new forums setup for Mobile Devices (i.e., smart phones and tablets now). See this post about them:

http://forums.steves-digicams.com/wo...e-devices.html

So, this thread is about a new Samsung model running Android, I'm moving it to the new Android Forum we have setup (versus leaving it in the forum for Samsung Point and Shoot cameras).

We decided to set up the new forums by Operating System versus Brand. That's because there are far too many phone and tablet brands, and having a separate forum for each one would be confusing to members, with too many forums to look at to find posts that members may be interested in).

That may change in the future. But, for now, we'll try it that way (separate forum for each mobile device operating system), since mobile devices like phones and tablets are becoming more popular taking photos and recording videos.

Since the Samsung Note 3 is using Android, this thread is being moved to this forum:

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Discussion specific to devices running Android

But, I am concerned about the photos you included in your posts.

Did you take those photos? If not, please edit your posts and remove the embedded images, and include links to them instead.

We prefer that members do not embed any photos that they did not take themselves. That way, we avoid complaints (and DMCA take down notices) from the photographer that took them, as many photographers and organizations can become upset when their images are being used without their permission.

But, even if you have the original artist's permission to use them, we still ask that you do NOT embed photos in posts here that you did not take yourself (and still hold the copyright for). That helps to avoid any controversy over rights for publication of those photos with take down notices from copyright holders.

If you did take the photos, great job.
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