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Topic # 138601 10-Jan-2014 09:42
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Here we go again:

http://www.nokia.com/global/support/software-update/wp8-software-update/wp8-availability-in-asia-pacific/

WTF - Coming Soon for the 1020?

So - March?

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  Reply # 964316 10-Jan-2014 09:52
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Coming soon is better than awaiting approval (as per the top of the page)




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  Reply # 964342 10-Jan-2014 10:15
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I read that differently - as in that stage was before awaiting approval, but happy to be wrong.



 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 964361 10-Jan-2014 10:52
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TNZ 1020 has been approved. You'll see it in the coming weeks.

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  Reply # 964375 10-Jan-2014 11:02
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Should 2degrees also be on the list of carriers for the 520 Black update?

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  Reply # 964376 10-Jan-2014 11:07
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Unless they're just a Aus country variant




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  Reply # 964377 10-Jan-2014 11:08
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BrentR: TNZ 1020 has been approved. You'll see it in the coming weeks.


Thats good to know.

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  Reply # 964378 10-Jan-2014 11:09
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jonb: Should 2degrees also be on the list of carriers for the 520 Black update?


Yes they should.

Will feed this back, thanks.

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  Reply # 964392 10-Jan-2014 11:16
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How does this update process work with parallel imported handsets? I bought my daughter a Lumia 620. According the phone, it would appear it was sourced from Australia. She is running on 2degrees. Will she be a) dependant on the original overseas carrier, b) dependant on 2degrees, or c) between a rock and a hard place?

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dclegg: How does this update process work with parallel imported handsets? I bought my daughter a Lumia 620. According the phone, it would appear it was sourced from Australia. She is running on 2degrees. Will she be a) dependant on the original overseas carrier, b) dependant on 2degrees, or c) between a rock and a hard place?


Dependant only on the carrier it was supplied to, never the one it's running on.

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  Reply # 964397 10-Jan-2014 11:23
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It is possible to flash a different carrier version to the phone so you're not dependant on that carrier any more.

Would be handy if the particular carrier was regularly slow to update. I'm not sure of the warranty implications.




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  Reply # 964409 10-Jan-2014 11:33
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andrewNZ: It is possible to flash a different carrier version to the phone so you're not dependant on that carrier any more.

Would be handy if the particular carrier was regularly slow to update. I'm not sure of the warranty implications.


Flashing to another carrier image will void your warranty.

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  Reply # 964416 10-Jan-2014 11:46
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BrentR: TNZ 1020 has been approved. You'll see it in the coming weeks.


Awesome!

Question is... if you have Preview for Developers enabled on your handset do we need to opt-out to get this update or will it be applied on top of the preview?






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  Reply # 964648 10-Jan-2014 15:35
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Also, just received an update for Nokia Camera (1020/1520 only) with support for DNG Capture with Lumia Black...





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freitasm: Also, just received an update for Nokia Camera (1020/1520 only) with support for DNG Capture with Lumia Black...



the 1520 ships with this already

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freitasm:
BrentR: TNZ 1020 has been approved. You'll see it in the coming weeks.


Awesome!

Question is... if you have Preview for Developers enabled on your handset do we need to opt-out to get this update or will it be applied on top of the preview?




you will still receive it, it installs over top

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