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  Reply # 871970 5-Aug-2013 12:28
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It's only 8.30am on a Monday in Taiwan, give them a chance for a coffee first......




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  Reply # 871972 5-Aug-2013 12:35
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hope I can get update today......

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 872096 5-Aug-2013 15:17
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Just out of interest, can anyone who has/hasn't received the update post the CID their phone is registered with? There's a tool called "CID Getter" in the play store that will tell you what it is if you're not sure how to find out yourself...

The reason I ask is that my phone is reporting it's CID as VODAP021, which according to the list at http://www.gsmlover.com/htc-android-os/182358-htc-model-cid-list.html (sorry - I'm not allowed to post links as I'm too "new"), is a Vodafone Australia CID. I haven't received the updated yet and was wondering if THAT might be the reason...

FWIW, I bought my phone new from a Vodafone NZ store...


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  Reply # 872104 5-Aug-2013 15:22
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markl: Just out of interest, can anyone who has/hasn't received the update post the CID their phone is registered with? There's a tool called "CID Getter" in the play store that will tell you what it is if you're not sure how to find out yourself...

The reason I ask is that my phone is reporting it's CID as VODAP021, which according to the list at http://www.gsmlover.com/htc-android-os/182358-htc-model-cid-list.html (sorry - I'm not allowed to post links as I'm too "new"), is a Vodafone Australia CID. I haven't received the updated yet and was wondering if THAT might be the reason...

FWIW, I bought my phone new from a Vodafone NZ store...



Just ran CID getter and it is showing mine as HTC_039
Got mine from Tekecom a couple of weeks ago.

Edit: I don't have the update yet. 

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  Reply # 872109 5-Aug-2013 15:25
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Hmmm. All I know is I bought my phone from a telecom store so im assuming mine is the same as frietz one (I apologise if I spelt name wrong.).

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  Reply # 872114 5-Aug-2013 15:28
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Interesting! Thanks for posting...I note that neither Telecom nor anyone else with a CID of HTC__039 shows up in that list I posted...I've checked a bunch more similar lists I've also found online and they all appear to be the same...

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  Reply # 872117 5-Aug-2013 15:30
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Is the cid the default model number?  and are you guys model numbers? HTC_PN0_71?

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  Reply # 872132 5-Aug-2013 15:56
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CID: HTC_039 (Telecom)

No update yet.

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  Reply # 872133 5-Aug-2013 15:57
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CyberN3rds: Is the cid the default model number?  and are you guys model numbers? HTC_PN0_71?


No the CID is the Carrier ID...My understanding is that this is what is used to "filter" firmware updates so that for example, simplistically putting it, Telecom handsets don't receive updates meant for Vodafone handsets, etc...



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  Reply # 872134 5-Aug-2013 15:57
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Will be interesting to see how far away 4.3 is given the GPe One has already received the update

Hopefully for your guys sake telecoms 4.2 arrives before this!!!

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  Reply # 872147 5-Aug-2013 16:21
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Wade: Will be interesting to see how far away 4.3 is given the GPe One has already received the update


Well, yes, except AOSP had 4.2.2 for ages before HTC implemented it for the one themselves...Having 4.3 available for the Nexus devices and Google Play Edition phones unfortunately isn't an indicator that the manufacturer will be able to quickly get it out for the non-GPE handsets...

Hopefully for your guys sake telecoms 4.2 arrives before this!!!


Hear hear! And that the Vodafone rollout completes before then also!!

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  Reply # 872155 5-Aug-2013 16:46
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Thought I would weigh in. CID VODAP021 (second 0 is a zero). Bought from Vodafone store, received update Friday 2nd August

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  Reply # 872157 5-Aug-2013 16:48
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Hollidog: Thought I would weigh in. CID VODAP021 (second 0 is a zero). Bought from Vodafone store, received update Friday 2nd August


Hmm...Have you Unlocked bootloader, run S-OFF and/or rooted your phone at all?

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  Reply # 872168 5-Aug-2013 16:58
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markl:
Hollidog: Thought I would weigh in. CID VODAP021 (second 0 is a zero). Bought from Vodafone store, received update Friday 2nd August


Hmm...Have you Unlocked bootloader, run S-OFF and/or rooted your phone at all?


Nope, nothing of the sort. Did buy my phone the second day it came out though, so it could be an order of purchase thing?

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  Reply # 872311 5-Aug-2013 19:58
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Got my HTC One from Dick Smith last week, Telecom NZ model.  Not update as of yet :(

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