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  #755864 5-Feb-2013 07:31
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richms: I turned all 4 options on there off and the notification is still there. Is it somewhere else to turn off?



There is an On/Off toggle on the notifications slide when you pull it down, and also on the 'power' page in the settings menu.

Edit: Note - On/Off is to toggle the powersaver mode not the notification. I assume just taking away the notification would require a rooted phone and an alteration to the ROM.




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  #756119 5-Feb-2013 15:40
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Can anyone upload the update file? I'm not running stock firmware and would like the hboot etc from it so I can just update that. Cheers, Sean

 
 
 
 


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  #756990 7-Feb-2013 15:22
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Seconded what SEEN said, a copy of the RUU would be great if anyone has the chance.

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  #757002 7-Feb-2013 15:58
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That's beyond my skills.
Just revert to stock, upgrade then reroot and load new Rom.
From what I understand ics and jb quite different, one or the other you can run, not both

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  #757005 7-Feb-2013 16:10
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TheUngeek: That's beyond my skills.
Just revert to stock, upgrade then reroot and load new Rom.
From what I understand ics and jb quite different, one or the other you can run, not both


Yes, I may resort to doing that if I can't track down a JB RUU somewhere. Thanks anyway.

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  #757027 7-Feb-2013 17:02
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I assume you are aware of XDA? Might be a RUU there. That's where I got mine. Might depend on where your phone is from though.

In other news jb is definitely noticeably better on battery by quite a bit.

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  #757028 7-Feb-2013 17:04
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TheUngeek: I assume you are aware of XDA? Might be a RUU there. That's where I got mine. Might depend on where your phone is from though.

In other news jb is definitely noticeably better on battery by quite a bit.


Yes, there's a thread discussing it on XDA as well, which I'm still holding a bit of hope out for getting one from!

 
 
 
 


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  #757264 8-Feb-2013 12:11
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I have a copy of the OTA update zip, will upload after work.

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  #757473 8-Feb-2013 18:56
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So it looks like someone has found the link for the NZ Jelly Bean OTA update, I have provided a link to the post by a New Zealand member on XDA Developers with the link to the Telecom NZ update:

http://forum.xda-developers.com/showpost.php?p=37485046&postcount=37

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  #757479 8-Feb-2013 19:02
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How do I go back to ICS? Wifi is totally unusable since the change to JB...




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  #757509 8-Feb-2013 19:40
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SEEN: So it looks like someone has found the link for the NZ Jelly Bean OTA update, I have provided a link to the post by a New Zealand member on XDA Developers with the link to the Telecom NZ update:

http://forum.xda-developers.com/showpost.php?p=37485046&postcount=37


Thanks for the link mate, appreciate it.

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  #757544 8-Feb-2013 21:29
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richms: How do I go back to ICS? Wifi is totally unusable since the change to JB...


You don't. 
There will be another issue, JB doesn't effect the wifi


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  #757546 8-Feb-2013 21:32
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Well it worked fine at work last week, and at home last week, then I put JB on and it keeps disconnecting at work and keeps bouncing around all the AP's in the list at home, usually stopping on one with useless signal for the longest time.




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  #757554 8-Feb-2013 21:43
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Sorry I'm not a WiFi expert, but I do know it won't be jb.

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