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  Reply # 874741 9-Aug-2013 19:33
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Zub: Okay, my 4.2.2 update is available now and I'm downloading.
I pre-ordered mine from from Noel Leeming during the Easter sale, and picked it up I think in June (I believe it was the second wave of stock).
It was advertised as TelecomXT but I'm using it on Vodafone.


Just updated to 4.2.2 10mins ago ^^.  I'm so happy, and I got no issues so far either :D

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  Reply # 874743 9-Aug-2013 19:34
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The update just became available for me as well. Downloading now, I got mine from Telecom about 2-3 weeks ago.

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  Reply # 874744 9-Aug-2013 19:36
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Just getting the update too.

Telecom, bought back in May.

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  Reply # 874750 9-Aug-2013 19:48
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Zub: Okay, my 4.2.2 update is available now and I'm downloading.
I pre-ordered mine from from Noel Leeming during the Easter sale, and picked it up I think in June (I believe it was the second wave of stock).
It was advertised as TelecomXT but I'm using it on Vodafone.


Same here. After reading your post I checked mine and I am downloading it as I type!

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  Reply # 874771 9-Aug-2013 20:20
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Dam. Thought my phone was going to be special and I was coming here to show off.

Installing 4.2.2 right now :)

Zub

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  Reply # 874909 9-Aug-2013 23:36
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wlfkfgkwlaktka:
Zub:
wlfkfgkwlaktka: Anyone experiencing red tint issue with camera like in the video below?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4p7a9tdNVYo
Just found out my camera is faulty..



Nope, mine seems okay (you just test it by using the camera in the dark right?). My camera image looks black when there's no light. I can kind of force the issue if there's just a little bit of very low light, but nothing like what the video shows.
If you're seeing that red tint, it's definitely a faulty unit.


are you on 4.1.2?
it happened to me after 4.2.2 now that i think about it


Wlfkfgkwlaktka, I can report that on 4.2.2 (software version 2.24.980.2) I'm not noticing any camera problems like the one demonstrated in the video. In very low light I can still force a grainy reddish tinge in some cases, but the camera does try to make it right if I give it a moment.




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  Reply # 874951 10-Aug-2013 08:20
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Update was waiting for me when I got home from work at 11.30 last night. The HTC servers must be under a bit of stress because it took over an hour to download!
Since I use apex launcher the only things that stand out so far are the home/menu button and the quick settings. Might revert to Sense for a bit to see what it's like.




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  Reply # 874952 10-Aug-2013 08:21
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FWIW I'm loading up 4.2.2 as well, looks like the final roll out is underway

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  Reply # 875024 10-Aug-2013 11:34
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Tried mine just, still says no update.  Telecom model brought from Dick Smiths 2 weeks ago.

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  Reply # 875577 12-Aug-2013 08:08
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Weird, still nothing for me here.

Are HTC updates always this sporadic coming out?

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  Reply # 875603 12-Aug-2013 09:15
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got updated on Friday night.. using the new home button long press feature.. it makes so much sense to use that! but i have noticed that the software is slower than 4.1.2..

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  Reply # 875637 12-Aug-2013 09:57
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Krishant007: got updated on Friday night.. using the new home button long press feature.. it makes so much sense to use that! but i have noticed that the software is slower than 4.1.2..


What does home button long press do?





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  Reply # 875638 12-Aug-2013 09:59
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You can configure it to open the ... menu, replacing the menu some apps had at the bottom of the screen as well.




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  Reply # 875652 12-Aug-2013 10:17
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freitasm: You can configure it to open the ... menu, replacing the menu some apps had at the bottom of the screen as well.


That's pretty cool. how do you open the multitask thingie? also is it possible to configure the HTC Logo to do something?




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  Reply # 875827 12-Aug-2013 13:35
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lokhor:
freitasm: You can configure it to open the ... menu, replacing the menu some apps had at the bottom of the screen as well.


That's pretty cool. how do you open the multitask thingie? also is it possible to configure the HTC Logo to do something?


Double press home brings up multitasking. HTC logo can be configured as a button, but it requires root access and only the top half of it works.

Dropped my phone pretty bad on sat night, details and pictures to come. Spoiler: pretty mad at myself and disappointed in the build quality.

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