Monday , August 20 2018

If you’re the owner of a Samsung Galaxy S II and you’ve got a working Wi-Fi connection available, you can download Gameloft’s new release Asphalt 6 right now from the Samsung Apps application which comes pre-installed on all Samsung Galaxy S II devices.

The download is a hefty 560MB+ and must be downloaded over a Wi-Fi connection. Other than that, it’s a fairly awesome game with intense graphics for a phone game. Anyway, I need to go play it for a while.. Enjoy!

Source: SammyHub.

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Am new to samsung/android/technolgy… i cant open the samsung app on my Sgs2 without text saying update avaliable then another saying my phone is set to block installation of apps not obtained from app market-surely being a samsung phone it would allow the samsung app?

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For info: It doesn’t *need* wifi to download the data pack.  I’m using my 3G right now 😀 (Amaysim 4GB plan)

Anonymous
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Wow the games actually quite decent. Mix between burnout and need for speed. 

Nim
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Hmm, mine was only 6.46MB in size?

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The app itself is only 6-7MB but when you run it it will need to download all the data which is huge.

Anonymous
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Yup pretty huge. Currently downloading 563.66MB

Anonymous
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Yup pretty huge. Currently downloading 563.66MB

Anders Downey
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Anders Downey

it’s worth noting that it’s some worldwide promotion and only for the first 300,000 downloads, but then again how many people actually use Samsung app store…

Dave
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Dave

Sweet, thanks for the heads up.

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