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Topic # 61109 9-May-2010 21:16
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Hi All,

Just wondering if anyone out there has updated an XT SE W995a to a newer firmware revision, and if so how they did it?

The only telecom firmwarae is R1EA032, the sony site shows R1HA035 as the latest for this phone, yet both SEUS and The OTA Update service both claim no updates available. The new firmware is suppost to improve the camera and display driver, yet there are no signs of telecom releaseing. it. Can anyone offer any help?

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  Reply # 328291 9-May-2010 21:19
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Telecom NZ need to approve any new handset software versions first I guess like Vodafone NZ



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  Reply # 328292 9-May-2010 21:20
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yeah its so lame, i dont wanna wait almost 2 years for them to release the okta touch upgrade :P the american firmwares for that work even better than telecoms rubbish attempt

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 328308 9-May-2010 22:10
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Then do the upgrade yourself.
You may void your warranty, and will lose any carrier customisation, but it will mean you are up to date with the latest firmware.

Thats what I did with a w705a.



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  Reply # 328313 9-May-2010 22:22
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Thats what im asking about here. I cant find the files and have no idea where to start.

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  Reply # 328316 9-May-2010 22:39
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Have a look on howard forums, thats where I got most of my information. But the obvious risk is bricking your phone, and it is a case of trial and error at times.

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