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  #772081 1-Mar-2013 09:01
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mxpress:
plambrechtsen: I've just found out it's currently in testing.  No specific ETA but the plan is to release it for the S2.


Totally fantastic news!!


Don't get too excited. Testing at Telecom is notoriously slow.

Both the S1 and Milestone had later versions being tested that were never released via TC.

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  #772122 1-Mar-2013 10:10
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mxpress:
plambrechtsen: I've just found out it's currently in testing.  No specific ETA but the plan is to release it for the S2.


Totally fantastic news!!


Two big thumbs up for Telecom Laughing




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  #772267 1-Mar-2013 13:38
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plambrechtsen: I've just found out it's currently in testing.  No specific ETA but the plan is to release it for the S2.

This a fantastic news, thanks for the info, shame there wasn't a ball park eta 1mnth 3mths etc, Kinda torn what to do now!

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  #785298 22-Mar-2013 08:35
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So any updates. Its been a while and Vodafone have now admitted they are also working on a Jelly Bean rom for the S2




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  #785309 22-Mar-2013 08:58
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openmedia: So any updates. Its been a while and Vodafone have now admitted they are also working on a Jelly Bean rom for the S2


Tested and approved a while back now, Waiting for it to released when Samsung Korea are ready

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  #788122 27-Mar-2013 17:17
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Well Telstra in OZ have details on their i9100-T testing

- http://crowdsupport.telstra.com.au/t5/Device-Updates/Handset-updates-18-March/td-p/139976

Shame Telecom NZ don't have a similar forum with details on pending firmware updates




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  #788206 27-Mar-2013 19:58
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openmedia: Well Telstra in OZ have details on their i9100-T testing

- http://crowdsupport.telstra.com.au/t5/Device-Updates/Handset-updates-18-March/td-p/139976

Shame Telecom NZ don't have a similar forum with details on pending firmware updates


It's a pity that Telecom NZ doesn't have a forum full stop like Vodafone does..




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  #797675 11-Apr-2013 11:09
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plambrechtsen: I've just found out it's currently in testing.  No specific ETA but the plan is to release it for the S2.


Just wondering now with the Vodafone and 2degrees Galaxy S2's getting updated if Telecom have an ETA for the Jelly Bean Release?

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  #797683 11-Apr-2013 11:22
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Shoes2468:
plambrechtsen: I've just found out it's currently in testing.  No specific ETA but the plan is to release it for the S2.


Just wondering now with the Vodafone and 2degrees Galaxy S2's getting updated if Telecom have an ETA for the Jelly Bean Release?


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  #797696 11-Apr-2013 12:00
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The guy who sits next to me has just upgraded his Vodafone supplied unit, and had to do a factory default and restored the backup to get his "back' softkey to work.




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  #797736 11-Apr-2013 12:55
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I'll hook mine up to Kies when I am at work later on today and report back.

Int S2 here.




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  #797764 11-Apr-2013 13:32
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It'd appear based on Sammobile that the 9100T got updates in Australia (Vodafone Australia - users of 850MHz like Telecom NZ) fairly recently (in the top 10 latest), so I guess here is hoping that Telecom is close to signing off on it, as I recall Telecom beat Vodafone by a day for 4.0, so cross fingers it's close again.

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  #797863 11-Apr-2013 16:23
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I've just re-asked the person who will know.

If he can tell me, and I can share it.  I will.

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  #797896 11-Apr-2013 17:07
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plambrechtsen: I've just re-asked the person who will know.

If he can tell me, and I can share it.  I will.


Thanks Paul. Appreciate it.




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  #798386 12-Apr-2013 13:57
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A guy I know who bought his S2 off TM got Jelly Bean about a month ago.. no Kies or downloading some mod or whatever they are. Just a normal software update. He's on 2 degrees.

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