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# 143055 2-Apr-2014 10:57
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Could not really find a definitive answer on this so wondering if those in the know would be able to say if Telecom has approved (or received to approve) the update to 4.4 for the .

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  # 1017052 2-Apr-2014 11:01
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Which Samsung S4? and I doubt they would of seen it for testing as we are still waiting

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  # 1017244 2-Apr-2014 14:51
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For the S4 9505 , just thought it may have been through but obviously not.

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  # 1017417 2-Apr-2014 17:54
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The very first official 4.4 firmware release for the I9505 came out in the last week of Feb. This needs to be tested by every telco before each one makes available on phones they've sold to their customers. I would guess that Samsung are working their way through the bigger markets first and may take another couple of months before the local networks get it for testing.

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  # 1017505 2-Apr-2014 20:14
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Thanks for some reason I thought it was released a lot earlier than that.

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  # 1017514 2-Apr-2014 20:35
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I dont think it will take that much longer. This month or next month

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  # 1017642 3-Apr-2014 08:42
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Oh the joys of carrier supplied cell fones.  I'll stick to my nexus and Motorolas..  At lease you get quick updates..



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  # 1017663 3-Apr-2014 09:11
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Is this the first step in Telco approval "Checkout how the Nexus goes for a few months"?


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  # 1017690 3-Apr-2014 10:04
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Root and apply a third party ROM... I'll get around to it soon.

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