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Topic # 113938 2-Feb-2013 01:39
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Just downloading as I type.

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  Reply # 754644 2-Feb-2013 01:41
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Good to know! Cheers for that.

Have one here with Cyanogenmod running on it, will give it a go!




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  Reply # 754696 2-Feb-2013 09:25
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Saw your post at breakfast. Don't you guys sleep!
Tried the manual update check. All there was was a 1.5Mb update :(
However that would appear to be a prep for the main download. So Jellybean update has been installed now :)
I hope the smile remains. One of the reasons I am a little more relaxed about Telecom's tardiness with updates these days than I used to be is hopefully all the wrinkles have been ironed out by other providers beta testing on their customers rather than me.




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  Reply # 754698 2-Feb-2013 09:31
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From what I've seen elsewhere the Jelly Bean update finally brings USB OTG support to the One X (if it works the same as it does on my HTC Butterfly its still a lot more limited than in the Samsungs, however USB memory sticks and keyboards and mice work, and they also have support for USB audio, which is huge for me personally).




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  Reply # 754811 2-Feb-2013 17:29
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Sweet, just downloading it now.

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  Reply # 754872 2-Feb-2013 20:49
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Cool! Time to unroot and reload telecom Rom!

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  Reply # 754926 3-Feb-2013 00:55
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I will put some shoes on and go get the phone out of the car just to see if it works for me ;)




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  Reply # 754940 3-Feb-2013 09:04
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Bout time telecom.Liking Jellybean for sure.

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  Reply # 755216 3-Feb-2013 21:10
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Well, unrooted my One X.
Got stuck in boot loop
Panicked.
Downloaded the 1.26 RUU  (If rooted on stock ROM this maybe the best way to resort to stock)
recovered (phew!)
So done about 4 updates, and just on the Jelly bean one now :)


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  Reply # 755225 3-Feb-2013 21:19
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What really is different with it other than that power saving tickbox in the notifications that I am yet to find how to remove?




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  Reply # 755283 3-Feb-2013 23:48
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http://www.android.com/about/jelly-bean/

Pretty much outlines it all.

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  Reply # 755577 4-Feb-2013 14:48
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richms: What really is different with it other than that power saving tickbox in the notifications that I am yet to find how to remove?


Butter! Am quite surprised at the difference!
Two things I don't like:
In car dock when homescreen is in landscape the individual power widgets don't work. I have to use the power bar widget which I hate.
Removing the hide keyboard button from the keyboard! What the hell?


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  Reply # 755768 4-Feb-2013 20:13
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I would hardly call it butter. more like a flash animation compared to the powerpoint presentation grade animation before.

How can I remove that power save option taking the prime spot in notifications?




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  Reply # 755799 4-Feb-2013 21:50
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richms: What really is different with it other than that power saving tickbox in the notifications that I am yet to find how to remove?


First thing I noted that was different was infinite scrolling of the home screens. Then there's google now, cosmetic things like different switchlight colour, extra camera operations, revised power presentations, MTP instead of USB mounting when connected to a PC.
Things seem to run smoother (possibly placebo affect) and I believe I am getting better battery life. I use Apex as a launcher so haven't spent a huge amount of time using Sense 4+ so I'm sure there are other tweaks.
I like the improved Google Search that comes with Jellybean. It seems to understand my NooZild accent when using the voice function.

Edit: Can get rid of the power saver notification by turning the function off :/




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  Reply # 755818 4-Feb-2013 22:40
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I turned all 4 options on there off and the notification is still there. Is it somewhere else to turn off?





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