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  Reply # 798395 12-Apr-2013 14:03
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bmt: 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.


Yes 2degrees have released. This is about 9100-T Telecom branded devices.




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  Reply # 798424 12-Apr-2013 14:30
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Nothing for me -

PDA:LPZ
Phone:LQ6
CSC:LPV (ORS)




The little things make the biggest difference.


 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 800081 16-Apr-2013 10:52
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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.


Bump, i'm beginning to think we have been forgotten.

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  Reply # 800092 16-Apr-2013 11:28
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The update is out - getting it OTA now, it's also on the Latest 10 global/all Samsung list on Sammobile's Firmware pages.

V: 4.1.2
PDA: I9100TDVLSH
CSC: I9100TTNZLSA

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  Reply # 800096 16-Apr-2013 11:40
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nigelj: The update is out - getting it OTA now,
I just got the notificiation on my phone too... but I'm at work and there's no wifi. Will update via kies tonight and report back.

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  Reply # 800103 16-Apr-2013 11:52
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nigelj: The update is out - getting it OTA now, it's also on the Latest 10 global/all Samsung list on Sammobile's Firmware pages.

V: 4.1.2
PDA: I9100TDVLSH
CSC: I9100TTNZLSA


Nice one... I just saw your tweet and was about to update the thread but you're already onto it.

Glad to hear it finally got through the process and you're good to go :)



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  Reply # 800184 16-Apr-2013 13:30
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plambrechtsen:
nigelj: The update is out - getting it OTA now, it's also on the Latest 10 global/all Samsung list on Sammobile's Firmware pages.

V: 4.1.2
PDA: I9100TDVLSH
CSC: I9100TTNZLSA


Nice one... I just saw your tweet and was about to update the thread but you're already onto it.

Glad to hear it finally got through the process and you're good to go :)


Wonderful Thank you all for all your help/info

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  Reply # 800249 16-Apr-2013 14:44
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Just updated my S2, it was a breeze. Quite different look to it.

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  Reply # 800283 16-Apr-2013 15:53
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if i have a stock 4.1.2 non T rom, is there any advantage to flashing into a T rom? (not sure if anyone really knows??)

(i have a i9100T phone)




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  Reply # 800747 17-Apr-2013 10:12
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joker97: if i have a stock 4.1.2 non T rom, is there any advantage to flashing into a T rom? (not sure if anyone really knows??)

(i have a i9100T phone)


TNZ 4.0.3 here: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1616408

I'll need to do the same thing if I want to go to official TNZ 4.1.2 firmware unless someone knows where I can DL it manually to update via Odin?

I wish I knew TNZ was releasing their own branded 4.1.2 before I manually updated 5 days ago :|

Cheers,

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  Reply # 800751 17-Apr-2013 10:16
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I tried an OTA update.
Downloaded the update. Update Failed.
It then advised me to use Kies.

Tried OTA again. Said no update available.
Reset phone to stock.
Tried OTA again. No update available. (maybe blacklisted from OTA after initial fail?).

I refuse to install Kies.
I sold phone :D.

*hugs  Nexus 4*

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  Reply # 800841 17-Apr-2013 11:35
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thedriver: Just updated my S2, it was a breeze. Quite different look to it.



I had a few issues with the dreaded Kies but finally got it working on an old XP machine .  After that the updare went well. I totally love the new look and features, especially the stay awake where the screen stays on while you are looking at it. Awesome.  Seems a lot faster too and I lost no apps or data. Thanks Telecom.




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  Reply # 801012 17-Apr-2013 14:13
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OMGpjay: I'll need to do the same thing if I want to go to official TNZ 4.1.2 firmware unless someone knows where I can DL it manually to update via Odin?
Visit www.sammobile.com and search for your phone under firmware. You can DL from there.

Kies didn't have an update for my i9100T when I looked last night. Also my OTA update timed out then now it claims there is no update. Very strange when I was sent a push notification!

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  Reply # 801051 17-Apr-2013 15:22
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Zoltuger:
OMGpjay: I'll need to do the same thing if I want to go to official TNZ 4.1.2 firmware unless someone knows where I can DL it manually to update via Odin?
Visit www.sammobile.com and search for your phone under firmware. You can DL from there.

Kies didn't have an update for my i9100T when I looked last night. Also my OTA update timed out then now it claims there is no update. Very strange when I was sent a push notification!


Cheers mate!!

I9100TDVLSH_I9100TTNZLSA_TNZ.zip

http://www.hotfile.com/dl/203142636/9d8d5ad/I9100TDVLSH_I9100TTNZLSA_TNZ.zip.html

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  Reply # 801052 17-Apr-2013 15:25
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Whats the modem in this xt rom?




Swype on iOS is detrimental to accurate typing. Apologies in advance.


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