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  Reply # 460278 18-Apr-2011 19:44 Send private message

The update comes through Microsoft, regardless of the SIM inserted in the device.





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  Reply # 460323 18-Apr-2011 22:18 Send private message

pjays: Just reading through all of this... if I get an HTC Trophy from Vodafone and have it on 2 degrees, are there any issues getting the updates.. because i though these ca,e via Vodafone?


my trophy works fine on 2degrees, including updates.




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  Reply # 461034 20-Apr-2011 18:46 Send private message

Recieved the AT&T update this afternoon on the focus device. Samsung had also added few things of their own to it.

Now when playing a game like fruit ninja for e.g, If I accidently slide my fingers towards the capactivie button, they will not activate :-)

Also in the default camera app, the setting for 'Anti Shake' is now set to ON by default as well.




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  Reply # 462186 25-Apr-2011 15:40 Send private message

billgates: Recieved the AT&T update this afternoon on the focus device. Samsung had also added few things of their own to it.

Now when playing a game like fruit ninja for e.g, If I accidently slide my fingers towards the capactivie button, they will not activate :-)

Also in the default camera app, the setting for 'Anti Shake' is now set to ON by default as well.





They need to bring this out for all WP7. Thats one of my biggest anoyyances about playing games on my Omnia, accidently sliding my finger over the search or back button... Which happens quite a bit. Hopefully this will be rectified    

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  Reply # 464781 3-May-2011 10:44 Send private message

My WP7 (Trophy) failed to integrate with the road recently and was returned to HTC for repair. Upon return it had been wiped so I've been reconfiguring it and when I connected to Zune it offered this update. I don't remember this update, so my question is, is this an exsiting update that was reversed when they wiped it or is this a addtional update?





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  Reply # 464783 3-May-2011 10:44 Send private message

You probably just received a refurbished unit. Or they just reimaged it with an old ROM.




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  Reply # 464792 3-May-2011 11:14 Send private message

maybe it is the road integration patch that you were missing 




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  Reply # 464794 3-May-2011 11:16 Send private message

Even if it is, I'm not keen on testing that itegration feature ;)

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  Reply # 464801 3-May-2011 11:24 Send private message

freitasm: You probably just received a refurbished unit. Or they just reimaged it with an old ROM.


Guessing it's a ROM image as my MAC has not changed.



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  Reply # 465218 4-May-2011 11:45 Send private message

Also note you should see a new update available from today. It's just a security update, reated to the SSL certificate breach reported in the media a couple of months ago.

This is not a Windows Phone security problem - new certificate revocation list were updated on all major platforms (mobile or not).




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  Reply # 466165 6-May-2011 12:51 Send private message

Update 7392 came through for me today on my Samsung Focus (originally from AT&T but now on 2Degrees). Installed without any issues.
Always a nervous time though...

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  Reply # 466173 6-May-2011 13:11 Send private message

ScottFerguson: Update 7392 came through for me today on my Samsung Focus (originally from AT&T but now on 2Degrees). Installed without any issues.
Always a nervous time though...


I am yet to recieve the update on my AT&T samsung focus. Did you unbrand or jailbreak your phone to install previous updates? 




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  Reply # 466175 6-May-2011 13:18 Send private message

My telus branded surround got the update no problems. Realised during the backup step I have too much stuff on my phone.

I got my NoDo update using the disconnect method discussed on GZ

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  Reply # 466183 6-May-2011 13:23 Send private message

Have not receive dthe 7392 update on my Omnia 7 yet (on 2 degrees) should I be concerned?  Bought the phone whenit was a month old and it already had the NoDo update but not sure if that was put on in a standard manner.

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  Reply # 466184 6-May-2011 13:23 Send private message

billgates: 
I am yet to recieve the update on my AT&T samsung focus. Did you unbrand or jailbreak your phone to install previous updates? 


Carrier unbranded for NoDo.. but not chevron unlocked.
My phone is developer unlocked though, not sure if that makes any difference.

My friends Omnia 7 has yet to receive this latest update also.

 

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