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  Reply # 599441 24-Mar-2012 13:35 Send private message

dafman: Hi - is ICS being rolled out selectively to Vodafone users? When I connect my Vodafone S2 to Kies, it says I am running the latest firmware (Gingerbread), and the 'check for update' function on the phone' says 'no update available.'

Yet other Vodafone S2 users are currently able to upgrade ... ?

XWKG3 is still the latest official Vodafone NZ firmware. It's possible that other people you know are running custom or overseas ROMs, not anything that Vodafone have approved.

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Master Geek
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  Reply # 599668 25-Mar-2012 08:20 Send private message

Don't worry if your phone hasn't updated yet, its not that much different from the usability and look. I have found the battery life has shortened and after reading around people say it takes a week to come right. I am totally draining the battery at present to get a full charge.

The Kies on the computer gave a message that the update was available. In another thread someone said that the rollout is based on region and that kies stores the region of your phone. I bought mine over the net so it's probably Asia or HongKong.

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