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# 133940 8-Nov-2013 15:22
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Hi everyone,

Just noticed there is an Android 4.3 update for the Galaxy S4 (Telecom).

Happy updating!

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  # 929531 8-Nov-2013 15:42
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Have you updated and seen it's 4.3?



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# 929550 8-Nov-2013 15:59
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:)

 
 
 
 


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  # 929551 8-Nov-2013 16:01
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Niceeeeee

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  # 929556 8-Nov-2013 16:09
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thats quick I thought it would be another couple of months, just about tempted to flash back to stock to get it




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  # 929557 8-Nov-2013 16:10
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Was OPs handset purchased from Telecom NZ?



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  # 929564 8-Nov-2013 16:15
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TVNZ on demand app is now built in. Phone seems way faster :) Good times.

 
 
 
 


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  # 929573 8-Nov-2013 16:34
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Don't update if you are a root user, the Knox bootloader has a flag gets tripped if you root and cannot be reset (separate from binary counter).

You also can't downgrade to a non secure bootloader, so make sure you're happy with not having root (for the time being at least) before flashing.



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  # 929580 8-Nov-2013 16:44
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There is also a Galaxy S3 (Telecom) stability update.

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  # 929624 8-Nov-2013 17:42
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For those on other roms, I will mirror the update shortly (ODIN / Heimdall flashable) - I don't want anyone to experience the pain of downloading a 1.6gb file via Hotfile.




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  # 929636 8-Nov-2013 17:58
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michaelmurfy: For those on other roms, I will mirror the update shortly (ODIN / Heimdall flashable) - I don't want anyone to experience the pain of downloading a 1.6gb file via Hotfile.


Thanks Michael I may flash it but need to think about Knox bit loader a bit more




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  # 929641 8-Nov-2013 18:04
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jeffnz:
michaelmurfy: For those on other roms, I will mirror the update shortly (ODIN / Heimdall flashable) - I don't want anyone to experience the pain of downloading a 1.6gb file via Hotfile.


Thanks Michael I may flash it but need to think about Knox bit loader a bit more


I'm the same, it appears it can be rooted with CF-Root however.




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  # 929643 8-Nov-2013 18:04
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Once someone works out how to apply it to a rooted phone I'm interested.

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  # 929644 8-Nov-2013 18:07
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timmmay: Once someone works out how to apply it to a rooted phone I'm interested.


I will try it tonight and be the guinea pig.




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  # 929675 8-Nov-2013 19:14
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timmmay: Once someone works out how to apply it to a rooted phone I'm interested.


You could unroot and then Odin flash the stock 4.2 ROM. Check that it's all good then go and do 4.3. If you're concerned about Knox that is!

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