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  Reply # 895308 13-Sep-2013 15:29
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Just got a new update on my Lumia 920.

Its a Telecom one with a non telecom ROM on it.
Says 
OS Version: 8.0.10328.78
Firmware Revision Number 3049.0000.1330.006

Has a few more options in the settings and I can use some Nokia apps I was previously unable to use due to not having the right version of the OS on it (Nokia Pro Cam).

Dion

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  Reply # 898628 19-Sep-2013 17:44
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Hi,

Can anyone with the Telecom NZ Amber update confirm whether 4G is enabled now?

I have the generic ROM Amber update for APAC come through OTA but the annoying issue with caller ID for NZ phones is still there... :-(

Thanks.

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Master Geek
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  Reply # 898659 19-Sep-2013 18:44
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Is it possible to tell without actually having a 4G account?

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  Reply # 898671 19-Sep-2013 19:07
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robax: Is it possible to tell without actually having a 4G account?


Under Settings, Mobile Network, see if the Highest Connection Speed can be set to 4G

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  Reply # 898675 19-Sep-2013 19:19
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Sadly no 4G option yet. Not that it matters in Hamilton. I guess Telecom are waiting till they have a 4G network.

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  Reply # 898694 19-Sep-2013 19:44
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k, mine just has 2g and 3g on there. The phone is a Telecom 920 upgraded to Amber, with a Vodafone SIM in it.

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  Reply # 898699 19-Sep-2013 19:54
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No 4G here, but no problem with the caller ID either - hasn't been any problems with that since an update a loooong time ago.

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