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Topic # 148995 7-Jul-2014 20:40
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Hi. My wifes Samsung Galaxy S4 (i9505) has just notified her of a OTA firmware update. File size is 132.78MB. Anybody else get this?

Unable to find any info on this update either on Samsung-updates.com or on sammobile.com. She has a Vodafone configured handset.

Current firmware is 4.4.2 and baseband is I9505XXUFNC6.



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  Reply # 1082782 7-Jul-2014 20:47
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Maybe the update is to enable 4G for the 2Degrees 4G launch?

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  Reply # 1083746 7-Jul-2014 22:30
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It'll be the 2degrees 4G update.  That came out a while back though.

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  Reply # 1083773 7-Jul-2014 22:55
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My Spare S4 got the update last week not much difference

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  Reply # 1083781 7-Jul-2014 23:04
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telecom rom. just now i got a message, tells me failed to update. i click OK.



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  Reply # 1083905 8-Jul-2014 09:23
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OK. Thanks for the replies.

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  Reply # 1083937 8-Jul-2014 10:06
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Apparently on the telecom one, it no longer says telecom on the boot, just the spark logo

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  Reply # 1083995 8-Jul-2014 11:33
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Any other difference?

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  Reply # 1084089 8-Jul-2014 13:34
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joker97: Any other difference?


With the 2degrees update from about a month ago (the 4G update), I noticed 'GPS' changed to 'Location'.

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  Reply # 1084131 8-Jul-2014 14:35
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My M-in-Law got a Telecom update at the weekend.  Thought it may have been for 4.4.3 or 4.4.4 but it still showed 4.4.2 after install.  Didn't look at the boot screen..
If the boot screen has gone to Spark then I guess no new updates any time soon..




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