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  Reply # 466186 6-May-2011 13:26
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My Trophy is on 2 Degrees which is devdeloper unlocked, and I de-branded it with registry setting, and I got the 7392 security update no problem.

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  Reply # 466199 6-May-2011 13:44
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ScottFerguson:
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.

 



It's the carrier unbranded that does the magic to recieve updates early :-)

Not a biggie if AT&T waits till the mango update to release this security update along with it. I just hope they don't delay in approving the mango update.     




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  Reply # 466361 6-May-2011 23:21
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i had mine on friday - htc trophy running on 2degrees

EDIT: mine is stock standard. no unlock or debranding 




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  Reply # 466386 7-May-2011 07:38
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mine (HTC Trophy) too. No Unlock VF with an Optus SIM

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  Reply # 826343 27-May-2013 15:06
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I've been offered another update on the phone (Trophy) but Zune (Win 7 32bit) doesn't see it.

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