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  Reply # 492878 13-Jul-2011 13:50
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Why can't Telecom just release it as it is in the meantime but warn people that there are issues with it?




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  Reply # 492881 13-Jul-2011 13:53
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Not all customers are as understanding as you guys or tech saavy. Will let you know any release ETA dates.

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 492902 13-Jul-2011 14:51
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Thanks for the update Amber. Could you give us a timeframe? Will it be a couple of weeks or couple of months or more? It is now very tempting to go to Custom ROMs.

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  Reply # 492906 13-Jul-2011 15:05
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sidkumar: Thanks for the update Amber. Could you give us a timeframe? Will it be a couple of weeks or couple of months or more? It is now very tempting to go to Custom ROMs.


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  Reply # 492978 13-Jul-2011 17:16
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mxpress:
sidkumar: Thanks for the update Amber. Could you give us a timeframe? Will it be a couple of weeks or couple of months or more? It is now very tempting to go to Custom ROMs.


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I believed if we do use our eyes she said that shes going to grab an ETA for us.

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  Reply # 493008 13-Jul-2011 18:20
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So far 2.3.4 for Samsungs seems to only be around as a leaked version. If that doesn't also fix whatever the Telecom XT issue is get set for an ETA of months rather than weeks.

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  Reply # 493075 13-Jul-2011 20:54
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Wonder what the issue is?
Ive been using 2.3.4 on XT for about a month now, haven't noticed any glitches here.

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  Reply # 493217 14-Jul-2011 09:06
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Johnk: Wonder what the issue is?
Ive been using 2.3.4 on XT for about a month now, haven't noticed any glitches here.


Likewise John. But like Akia has said its ok for us techheads to understand it but when an average user is having issues then we hear about it if its not right or theres is issues that might popup.

And wouldn't it be better to have a better customer experiance than bitch and moan that Telecom didn't get it right???

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  Reply # 493276 14-Jul-2011 12:07
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Remember that Telecom is still only testing 2.3.3. Maybe 2.3.4 will be OK.

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  Reply # 494494 18-Jul-2011 10:08
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Update is that if all goes well we hope to release the 2.3.3 update by the end of this week/next week.

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  Reply # 494501 18-Jul-2011 10:15
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akia: Update is that if all goes well we hope to release the 2.3.3 update by the end of this week/next week.


WOW, thank you very much Amber.  That is great news indeed. Appreciate greatly the heads up.  I guess you will announce it here?

   




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  Reply # 494502 18-Jul-2011 10:18
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mxpress:WOW, thank you very much Amber.  That is great news indeed. Appreciate greatly the heads up.  I guess you will announce it here?


Yep - I've put reminders in my calendar to remind me to ask the guys from Thursday/Friday this week everyday :)



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  Reply # 494536 18-Jul-2011 10:49
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akia:
Yep - I've put reminders in my calendar to remind me to ask the guys from Thursday/Friday this week everyday :)



Thanks Amber. This is great news indeed, and we really appreciate the follow up.  

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  Reply # 494633 18-Jul-2011 12:32
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Excellent - great to hear that! And thanks heaps for following up, Amber - much appreciated!

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  Reply # 494666 18-Jul-2011 13:08
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Good news. I assume the Telecom stores can do the updates for those who don't / won't (wife won't let them possibly trash her new fone)??




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