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  # 964781 10-Jan-2014 17:03
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Lumia Black should be showing for VFNZ variant 925's now.

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  # 964803 10-Jan-2014 17:49
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So what if you bought your 1020 from TNZ and you had to move to VFNZ due to company policy. How do you get the update?

 
 
 
 


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  # 964804 10-Jan-2014 17:51
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Se7ensyns: So what if you bought your 1020 from TNZ and you had to move to VFNZ due to company policy. How do you get the update?


maybe you didn't read this same question earlier up the post

It is to do with the image on the phone when it was shipped

So in your case, Telecom has approved it as Brent mentioned and you will get it shortly

it has nothing to do with which carrier SIM you are using

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  # 964824 10-Jan-2014 18:00
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Yup, as Nathan mentioned, handset updates are irrelevant to the carrier you're using the handset on, only where you bought it from.

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  # 964843 10-Jan-2014 18:26
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iso black for lumia 920

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  # 964845 10-Jan-2014 18:27
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Ahh right. Sorry didn't quite understand that' thanks for the clarification.

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  # 964857 10-Jan-2014 18:59
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Abo: iso black for lumia 920


what does iso mean?

are you asking when Black will come to Lumia 920?

which carrier did you buy the phone from?

 
 
 
 


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  # 965037 11-Jan-2014 10:18
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nathan:
Abo: iso black for lumia 920


what does iso mean?

are you asking when Black will come to Lumia 920?

which carrier did you buy the phone from?



in search of 
And yes pretty much.

Got it from Telecom.

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  # 965103 11-Jan-2014 14:00
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Great news! Looking forward to this update :)

I wish I can connect to wifi using manually configured ip address.... 

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  # 965105 11-Jan-2014 14:05
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Sebby: Great news! Looking forward to this update :)

I wish I can connect to wifi using manually configured ip address.... 


Keen to know the scenario so I can pass your feedback on.

You have no DHCP?  Can you explain why :)

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  # 965106 11-Jan-2014 14:11
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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?



I have a Lumia 1020 which was Parallel Imported from Hong Kong.
Was pleasantly surprised this morning to find that Nokia Black was available
so wasted no time in downloading and installing it :-)
Haven't had time to check it out yet though.
Also am with 2Degrees.

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  # 965138 11-Jan-2014 15:36
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nathan:
Sebby: Great news! Looking forward to this update :)

I wish I can connect to wifi using manually configured ip address.... 


Keen to know the scenario so I can pass your feedback on.

You have no DHCP?  Can you explain why :)


At work we have been assigned a set range of IP address by the IT department. They don't allow DHCP for security reasons. Everyone else on Android or IOS can connect except for me :(

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  # 966404 13-Jan-2014 19:28
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Sebby:
nathan:
Sebby: Great news! Looking forward to this update :)

I wish I can connect to wifi using manually configured ip address.... 


Keen to know the scenario so I can pass your feedback on.

You have no DHCP?  Can you explain why :)


At work we have been assigned a set range of IP address by the IT department. They don't allow DHCP for security reasons. Everyone else on Android or IOS can connect except for me :(


you might want to see if your work will turn on dhcp and  set up a mac address reservation for you - http://www.nokia.com/in-en/support/product/lumia-520/faq/?action=singleTopic&topic=FA138383

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  # 966414 13-Jan-2014 20:02
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Yes that's currently the only workaround. Don't take it the wrong way but static addressing rather than DHCP isn't security, its security through obscurity.

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