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  Reply # 1517314 22-Mar-2016 00:59
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oxnsox: If you look under Extras and Info
for your phone you will find:
Manufacturers name: an RM number,
this is the model and sub model.

Mobile Operator: this associates with the carrier firmware variations, and likely dictates who determines your firmware update

Check your devices and see if three Mobile Operator is the same on both devices.

 

The 640 mobile operator is Vodafone.

 

The 640XL mobile operator is 000-NZ


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  Reply # 1522336 29-Mar-2016 16:27
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My 640XL is 000-NZ and got the update through the upgrade advisor tool over the weekend. I was previously running windows insider, but had rolled back to 8.1 using WDRT as the insider fast ring was giving my phone random reboots.





Try Vultr using this link and get us both some credit:

 

http://www.vultr.com/?ref=7033587-3B


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  Reply # 1522905 30-Mar-2016 18:26
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toyonut:

 

My 640XL is 000-NZ and got the update through the upgrade advisor tool over the weekend. I was previously running windows insider, but had rolled back to 8.1 using WDRT as the insider fast ring was giving my phone random reboots.

 

 

Installed it on my 640XL last night. (after reading your post)


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