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Skyruner
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  #2080014 27-Aug-2018 21:40
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Linux: Downloading 263MB update for my 2degrees S8+

John

Thanks for an update! It looks like 3CRGH software upgrade was released about a month ago for European CSCs... Hope Samsung will fix that mess with different software updates for different regions...

Just a quick question, do you use wifi calling feature on your S8 provided by 2deg? Do you find it useful and worth switching to 2Deg to use it?

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  #2080022 27-Aug-2018 21:59
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Skyruner:
Linux: Downloading 263MB update for my 2degrees S8+

John

Thanks for an update! It looks like 3CRGH software upgrade was released about a month ago for European CSCs... Hope Samsung will fix that mess with different software updates for different regions...

Just a quick question, do you use wifi calling feature on your S8 provided by 2deg? Do you find it useful and worth switching to 2Deg to use it?

 

@Skyruner I would not own a handset that does not support Wi-Fi calling and it's also free roaming :)

 

John


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  #2110311 18-Oct-2018 10:18
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Update for my S8 (2D). 187MB. Bug, camera and security by the looks of it. Installing now.




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  #2198848 15-Mar-2019 16:11

Just got pie update. Battery and performance seem about the same and liking the option of gesture nav. Sadly this is probably the last major update for the s8.


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  #2198863 15-Mar-2019 16:27
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Still waiting for the update for my HK SD835 version


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  #2199219 15-Mar-2019 22:43
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Been using Pie for a day and still have a few tweaks to make but battery life definitely isn’t worse at the moment.




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