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  # 733006 15-Dec-2012 23:27
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So if you installed the correct packet you could hypotheticaly(spelling) use the snapper app on any version of android??

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  # 733659 17-Dec-2012 15:20
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So now that there's a pretty big security hole on the S3, I wonder how long it'll take to get a fix through the official update channels? The aftermarket ROMs will be all patched up by tomorrow.

 http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?p=35469999#post35469999

"Recently discover a way to obtain root on S3 without ODIN flashing.
The security hole is in kernel, exactly with the device /dev/exynos-mem.
This device is R/W by all users and give access to all physical memory.
This security hole is dangerous and expose phone to malicious apps.
Exploitation with native C and JNI could be easily feasible."

 
 
 
 


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  # 733663 17-Dec-2012 15:29
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I'm still waiting for an official unlocked version from samsung directly, for one sold through DSE. I would have thought that that would have been released before specific networks. But to me there is nothing much to gain. However if there are security holes in ICS, then that is a worry.

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  # 733668 17-Dec-2012 15:35
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mattwnz: I'm still waiting for an official unlocked version from samsung directly, for one sold through DSE. I would have thought that that would have been released before specific networks. But to me there is nothing much to gain. However if there are security holes in ICS, then that is a worry.


This being such a critical security flaw, I think Samsung should pass on the update to all the handset straight away. Coz if it gets the telcos involved then 1st of all there would be a long long wait and while the long wait is going on...its leaving all the handsets that are running the official version more vulnerable..

This is more important than JB official version coming along.. whenever that comes along "via the official channel"..

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  # 733715 17-Dec-2012 16:35
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mattwnz: I'm still waiting for an official unlocked version from samsung directly, for one sold through DSE. I would have thought that that would have been released before specific networks. But to me there is nothing much to gain. However if there are security holes in ICS, then that is a worry.


Red, blue or white ? And when did you buy it

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  # 733756 17-Dec-2012 17:35
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jayteebee:
mattwnz: I'm still waiting for an official unlocked version from samsung directly, for one sold through DSE. I would have thought that that would have been released before specific networks. But to me there is nothing much to gain. However if there are security holes in ICS, then that is a worry.


Red, blue or white ? And when did you buy it


White, 2-3 months ago approx

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  # 733781 17-Dec-2012 18:06
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mattwnz:
jayteebee:
mattwnz: I'm still waiting for an official unlocked version from samsung directly, for one sold through DSE. I would have thought that that would have been released before specific networks. But to me there is nothing much to gain. However if there are security holes in ICS, then that is a worry.


Red, blue or white ? And when did you buy it


White, 2-3 months ago approx


2degrees sourced model, unfortunately your waiting for them to calibrate jellybean to a network that it already works on....
Personally im questioning if it a commitment issue or theyve hired someone strait from kindergarden

So all in all you will get it through 2degrees

 
 
 
 


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  # 733843 17-Dec-2012 19:48
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Jellybean is coming down OTA now. W00t! The update is finally here!

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  # 733852 17-Dec-2012 19:53
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Elpie: Jellybean is coming down OTA now. W00t! The update is finally here!


What siii model voda or 2degrees?? And whats the csc/ build number etc

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  # 733856 17-Dec-2012 19:57
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I'm currently downloading it now too, 337.26MB.

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  # 733857 17-Dec-2012 19:58
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The update is coming in for Vodafone and 2Degrees handsets

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  # 733860 17-Dec-2012 20:03
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Presumably this is JB and not just a compulsory fix for the security hole revealed earlier today?

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  # 733863 17-Dec-2012 20:04
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Given its size, 337MB, I'd say it's JB.

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  # 733868 17-Dec-2012 20:09
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How do I get my hands on this update?

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  # 733873 17-Dec-2012 20:11
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My phone just popped up a message saying there was a "required update" available. Downloading now, 40% complete.

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