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  Reply # 1223385 27-Jan-2015 16:18
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I gave up waiting and followed the steps on WPCentral to get 8.1.

I had to change my carrier code for the phone but everything seems to work fine on spark/telecom. Updates to bluetooth also mean i can sync my fitbit.

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  Reply # 1227371 1-Feb-2015 23:18
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Change the CSC to NZComm from NZTEL or NZVOD and download from 2degrees. That should work.

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  Reply # 1231009 4-Feb-2015 10:54
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Thanks, changing the CSC to the 2 Degrees one sounds like a good plan.
Are there any implications to being on another network's ROM? Eg. Is there a chance of messaging or MMS breaking? Or is it likely to just be a different splash screen when you boot the phone?

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  Reply # 1239658 16-Feb-2015 05:46
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2degrees phones are unlocked to work on any network. Changing the CSC won't break anything. As far as I am aware it is a straight Samsung Ativ S update, no other stuff added.

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