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  Reply # 651144 5-Jul-2012 10:31 Send private message

My phone just did a software update (VF) anyone know what it was?

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  Reply # 651145 5-Jul-2012 10:35 Send private message

networkn: My phone just did a software update (VF) anyone know what it was?


MR for 4.0.3

The one I had loaded onto my handset 2 - 3 weeks ago

 

 



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  Reply # 651148 5-Jul-2012 10:36 Send private message

networkn: My phone just did a software update (VF) anyone know what it was?


Firmware patches to ironing some bugs, battery issues, any lumps and stabilty.

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  Reply # 651152 5-Jul-2012 10:40 Send private message

And it seems, removing root.

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  Reply # 651267 5-Jul-2012 13:27 Send private message

I was really hoping that the update would put back the move to SD feature but didn't seem to do much. 

Anyone know of a way to move my apps across to my SD card - Preferably without root?

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  Reply # 651277 5-Jul-2012 13:28 Send private message

AP   : XXALF2
CP   : XXLF2
CSC : VNZALF1

JB HiFi phone running on XT

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  Reply # 651308 5-Jul-2012 14:18 Send private message

kiwitrc: And it seems, removing root.


Indeed. I was in the process of upating CF-Root last night when I got the software update as the CF-Root upgrade was rebooting the phone....had to go and do it all over again.

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  Reply # 651309 5-Jul-2012 14:19 Send private message

mattyjnz:
kiwitrc: And it seems, removing root.


Indeed. I was in the process of upating CF-Root last night when I got the software update as the CF-Root upgrade was rebooting the phone....had to go and do it all over again.


Did you just use the same method?

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  Reply # 651320 5-Jul-2012 14:23 Send private message

kiwitrc:
mattyjnz:
kiwitrc: And it seems, removing root.


Indeed. I was in the process of upating CF-Root last night when I got the software update as the CF-Root upgrade was rebooting the phone....had to go and do it all over again.


Did you just use the same method?


Yes, updating to CF-Root 6.4, via Odin, then Triangle Away.

Would be quite keen to try mobile odin, see how that goes.

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  Reply # 651426 5-Jul-2012 16:46 Send private message

Yes mine went to 4.0.4 last night .
Wikipaedia suggests these improvements
  • Stability improvements
  • Better camera performance
  • Smoother screen rotation
  • Improved phone number recognition






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  Reply # 651460 5-Jul-2012 18:59 Send private message

Is the latest update of the firmware only for VF phones only? I have one from 2Degrees and no updates...

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  Reply # 651461 5-Jul-2012 19:00 Send private message

Flashed my first new ROM on the S3 this morning, trying Foxhound which looked like it was good given the feedback. Thus far very impressed although too early to see any real performance or battery gains.

The differance I like with this ROM is that it has a built in OTA app in the settings in which you can update, change themes mods etc. Also on flashing it has aroma installed which gives you options like a lite version without bloatware.

Certainly not a flashaholic but this ROM certainly is differant to ones I have used in past although I'm sure there are similar.

Rather large download of about 750mb but given backups are larger it is most likely an S3 thing.




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  Reply # 651467 5-Jul-2012 19:03 Send private message

psychrn: Yes mine went to 4.0.4 last night .


I thought it was already on 4.0.4.

I see the latest VF upgrade is already available on SamMobile.

Nothing on there at all for the Telecom S3. Odd.

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  Reply # 651470 5-Jul-2012 19:06 Send private message

mattyjnz:
psychrn: Yes mine went to 4.0.4 last night .


I thought it was already on 4.0.4.

I see the latest VF upgrade is already available on SamMobile.

Nothing on there at all for the Telecom S3. Odd.


Correct this update is just a MR to 4.04

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  Reply # 651503 5-Jul-2012 20:32 Send private message

johnr:
mattyjnz:
psychrn: Yes mine went to 4.0.4 last night .


I thought it was already on 4.0.4.

I see the latest VF upgrade is already available on SamMobile.

Nothing on there at all for the Telecom S3. Odd.


Correct this update is just a MR to 4.04


Whats MR mean? Mass recall?

Or is it prepping us for 4.10? hehe, just say yes, you know you want to.

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