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  # 1019439 6-Apr-2014 12:50
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As long as the knox flag hasn't been tripped, the flash counter is at zero and the phone has the same product code as when it was first bought (ie Vodafone NZ firmware if it was bought from Vodafone) then your warranty will still be intact.



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  # 1019444 6-Apr-2014 13:07
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Yeah I am not interested in rooting a galaxy with Knox involved. I have a nexus for those shenanigans




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  # 1019917 7-Apr-2014 13:06

4.3 for the Vodafone NZ i9506 has been network approved this morning.




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  # 1019921 7-Apr-2014 13:11
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NikT: 4.3 for the Vodafone NZ i9506 has been network approved this morning.


YAY!
Must say, the battery usage difference between 4.2.2 and 4.3 is outstanding, you will notice it John.

Now begins the wait for kitkat.... :P




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  # 1022970 10-Apr-2014 16:15
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4.4.2 has now been network approved for the i9505.




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  # 1022982 10-Apr-2014 16:36
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NikT: 4.4.2 has now been network approved for the i9505.


Now you are just toying with me.....




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  # 1022984 10-Apr-2014 16:39
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FYI

Please note that Samsung Korea pushes out the update not Vodafone New Zealand, Once approved it can take a number of weeks before you will see the update on the handset

 
 
 
 


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  # 1023005 10-Apr-2014 16:54
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NikT: 4.4.2 has now been network approved for the i9505.


Really? Since when :D

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  # 1023007 10-Apr-2014 16:56
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Yabanize:
NikT: 4.4.2 has now been network approved for the i9505.


Really? Since when :D


About 1 hour ago

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  # 1023053 10-Apr-2014 18:55
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johnr:
Yabanize:
NikT: 4.4.2 has now been network approved for the i9505.


Really? Since when :D


About 1 hour ago


Yay! I wonder about telecom and 2deg

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  # 1023608 11-Apr-2014 20:55
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@DrDee 4.3 is now out for the Samsung S4 i9506, Just downloading now OTA 662.79MB

John

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  # 1023638 11-Apr-2014 21:38
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Thanks John. Downloading now too.

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  # 1023806 12-Apr-2014 07:44
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Downloaded and updated.

Almost thought I had bricked my device. After it updated it rebooted and displayed messages about updating apps and contacts database. After this it presented my lock screen. A few seconds later device went dark and did nothing. Waited about 1 minute and still nothing. Pressed home key, thinking it may have gone to sleep, again no response. Pressed power button, again no response.

Ended up removing and reinserting battery. Pressed power button again and device came back to life.

All good now.



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  # 1023872 12-Apr-2014 10:49
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Downloading full image from sammobile, should be installed in next couple of minutes.
If anyone wants a mega link to full image lmk.




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