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  Reply # 715658 12-Nov-2012 09:12 Send private message

MurrayM:
IntegerIsNumber: Opps sorry I meant 53001 :) its Vodafone.
Try clear your Google frameworks cache and Play cache. Samsung Apps uses Google play region setting.

Hope that help.

As for root issue you raised, if your phone has software issue then you can reset it back. But if it is a hardware issue then (water damage, crack screen, run over by a truck... Etc) you won't get warranty anyway. Also exploded phone might still be covered by warranty if it happens on its own. Either way hardware issue that makes the phone won't turn on (components failure, dead screen, , dead pixels or factory fault) will validate your warranty because it is not software related (from what I understand), use MHL cable and you can reset it from there.

As long you power the phone on (when you see Samsung logo) then you can always unroot it to get your warranty. :)
The odds of bricking is very small and the only way I can see you'd brick it is to corrupt the NAND flash via software flashing of third party ROMs.
 

The Google Services Framework already had an empty cache, so I cleared the Google Play Store cache.  Unfortunately that didn't help.

I think I'll just wait till Samsung next update their Samsung Apps app and see if that fixes it.  It's not like I really need to use Samsung Apps, I was just wondering why it had suddenly stopped working for me.


Hahahaha guess what now I got the same error as you do after the new Samsung update came through :) Great!

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  Reply # 715874 12-Nov-2012 14:22 Send private message

IntegerIsNumber:
MurrayM:
IntegerIsNumber: Opps sorry I meant 53001 :) its Vodafone.
Try clear your Google frameworks cache and Play cache. Samsung Apps uses Google play region setting.

Hope that help.

As for root issue you raised, if your phone has software issue then you can reset it back. But if it is a hardware issue then (water damage, crack screen, run over by a truck... Etc) you won't get warranty anyway. Also exploded phone might still be covered by warranty if it happens on its own. Either way hardware issue that makes the phone won't turn on (components failure, dead screen, , dead pixels or factory fault) will validate your warranty because it is not software related (from what I understand), use MHL cable and you can reset it from there.

As long you power the phone on (when you see Samsung logo) then you can always unroot it to get your warranty. :)
The odds of bricking is very small and the only way I can see you'd brick it is to corrupt the NAND flash via software flashing of third party ROMs.
 

The Google Services Framework already had an empty cache, so I cleared the Google Play Store cache.  Unfortunately that didn't help.

I think I'll just wait till Samsung next update their Samsung Apps app and see if that fixes it.  It's not like I really need to use Samsung Apps, I was just wondering why it had suddenly stopped working for me.


Hahahaha guess what now I got the same error as you do after the new Samsung update came through :) Great!

I contacted Samsung through their website and got back the following reply:

Thank you for your email.
The Samsung server is having issues at the moment.
We are trying to resolve this as soon as possible.



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  Reply # 715885 12-Nov-2012 14:43 Send private message

MurrayM:


I contacted Samsung through their website and got back the following reply:

Thank you for your email.
The Samsung server is having issues at the moment.
We are trying to resolve this as soon as possible.




Yes I assumed so. I tried hacking the provider and cache but still can't log-in.

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  Reply # 715886 12-Nov-2012 14:44 Send private message

IntegerIsNumber:
MurrayM:


I contacted Samsung through their website and got back the following reply:

Thank you for your email.
The Samsung server is having issues at the moment.
We are trying to resolve this as soon as possible.




Yes I assumed so. I tried hacking the provider and cache but still can't log-in.

Well it's nice to know that it's nothing wrong at my end!

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  Reply # 716010 12-Nov-2012 19:06 Send private message

MurrayM:
IntegerIsNumber:
MurrayM:


I contacted Samsung through their website and got back the following reply:

Thank you for your email.
The Samsung server is having issues at the moment.
We are trying to resolve this as soon as possible.




Yes I assumed so. I tried hacking the provider and cache but still can't log-in.

Well it's nice to know that it's nothing wrong at my end!


I must be lucky. I updated yesterday and no issues although the update looked like it didnt finish but then it just went to the homepage so phew!




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  Reply # 716180 13-Nov-2012 09:18 Send private message

I just got forwarded this email:


Jelly Bean 4.1.1 for the Vodafone NZ sold Galaxy S3 was approved by Vodafone NZ 09/11/2012, so now it's over to Samsung Korea to get this update pushed out via KIES or OTA, This generally can take from 10 business working days to a few weeks.




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  Reply # 716232 13-Nov-2012 10:44 Send private message

freitasm: I just got forwarded this email:


Jelly Bean 4.1.1 for the Vodafone NZ sold Galaxy S3 was approved by Vodafone NZ 09/11/2012, so now it's over to Samsung Korea to get this update pushed out via KIES or OTA, This generally can take from 10 business working days to a few weeks.


That's good to hear. I hope 2Degrees stop being slack..




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  Reply # 716262 13-Nov-2012 11:33 Send private message

Samsung Apps app is now working ok for me, looks like it really was something at Samsung's end.

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  Reply # 716267 13-Nov-2012 11:42 Send private message

freitasm: I just got forwarded this email:


Jelly Bean 4.1.1 for the Vodafone NZ sold Galaxy S3 was approved by Vodafone NZ 09/11/2012, so now it's over to Samsung Korea to get this update pushed out via KIES or OTA, This generally can take from 10 business working days to a few weeks.


Correct posted the VFNZ forum yesterday :)

http://forum.vodafone.co.nz/topic/10575-jellybean-update-for-s3/page__st__100




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  Reply # 716375 13-Nov-2012 13:43 Send private message

MurrayM: Samsung Apps app is now working ok for me, looks like it really was something at Samsung's end.


Yes mine is working again as well.

 

@JohnR
Great to know but I won't hold my breath for it until it really hit the OTA server. We've seen something like this before with 4.04 update was approved and sent to Samsung but never get released. So for now I won't believe it until I see it :)

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  Reply # 716382 13-Nov-2012 13:53 Send private message

IntegerIsNumber:
MurrayM: Samsung Apps app is now working ok for me, looks like it really was something at Samsung's end.


Yes mine is working again as well.

 

@JohnR
Great to know but I won't hold my breath for it until it really hit the OTA server. We've seen something like this before with 4.04 update was approved and sent to Samsung but never get released. So for now I won't believe it until I see it :)


Out of our control!




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  Reply # 716389 13-Nov-2012 13:56 Send private message

johnr:
IntegerIsNumber:
MurrayM: Samsung Apps app is now working ok for me, looks like it really was something at Samsung's end.


Yes mine is working again as well.

 

@JohnR
Great to know but I won't hold my breath for it until it really hit the OTA server. We've seen something like this before with 4.04 update was approved and sent to Samsung but never get released. So for now I won't believe it until I see it :)


Out of our control!


 

I concurred. It is under my control I think lol (joke)

Anyway,
Did anyone followed the tutorial on how to save the battery on XDA? I did half way through but my battery seems to died faster lol. So I am now back to what I was before but got about 27hours of average usage + idle.

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  Reply # 716434 13-Nov-2012 14:38 Send private message

lokhor:
freitasm: I just got forwarded this email:


Jelly Bean 4.1.1 for the Vodafone NZ sold Galaxy S3 was approved by Vodafone NZ 09/11/2012, so now it's over to Samsung Korea to get this update pushed out via KIES or OTA, This generally can take from 10 business working days to a few weeks.


That's good to hear. I hope 2Degrees stop being slack..


That's right...plus TXT a Park in Wellington...plus ongoing Data issues (MMS sometimes not working. Google Maps sometimes not working)

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Reply # 716996 14-Nov-2012 12:19 Send private message

Hi All , any news on where Telecom is , on the Jelly Bean 4.1.1 update for the Galaxy S3 now that Vodafone NZ has tested and approved it on the 09/11/2012  ????

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