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  Reply # 620281 5-May-2012 22:00
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Pretty frustrating being so far behind on updates, I don't see why it should take the NZ telcos any longer to push out an update.

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  Reply # 620283 5-May-2012 22:05
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wazz: Pretty frustrating being so far behind on updates, I don't see why it should take the NZ telcos any longer to push out an update.


It's just the way Telecom NZ work




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  Reply # 621072 7-May-2012 16:33
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http://htcdev.com/devcenter/downloads

Telecom NZ 1.28, where's my update?

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  Reply # 621080 7-May-2012 16:42
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freitasm: If the update is available for download on that site, how do you apply it?



It's not the update, it's the kernel source. They all link to the same file.

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  Reply # 621084 7-May-2012 16:46
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wazz:
freitasm: If the update is available for download on that site, how do you apply it?



It's not the update, it's the kernel source. They all link to the same file.


Oh right, should've guessed... time to ask Telecom how long it's going to take to push it out

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  Reply # 621089 7-May-2012 16:50
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P1n3apqlExpr3ss:
wazz:
freitasm: If the update is available for download on that site, how do you apply it?



It's not the update, it's the kernel source. They all link to the same file.


Oh right, should've guessed... time to ask Telecom how long it's going to take to push it out


I tried that and they told me they didn't handle the updates :/

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  Reply # 621098 7-May-2012 16:56
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wazz: 

I tried that and they told me they didn't handle the updates :/


Who would then? I really doubt HTC does it themselves, and if we got the Asia region update it looks like we'd be getting 1.29 by now, with 1.28 on our phones over a week ago

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  Reply # 621099 7-May-2012 16:59
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P1n3apqlExpr3ss:
wazz: 

I tried that and they told me they didn't handle the updates :/


Who would then? I really doubt HTC does it themselves, and if we got the Asia region update it looks like we'd be getting 1.29 by now, with 1.28 on our phones over a week ago


They do handle them but finding someone who knows anything about updates is not easy.

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  Reply # 621103 7-May-2012 17:11
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USB On the Go built into the new kernel!!

Oh man, can't wait to use DSLR Controller with my Canon, the One X, and Magic Lantern!

http://youtu.be/lnxvFYza6Y4

 

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  Reply # 621242 7-May-2012 20:23
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The first and only update if received post 1.26 was this one which came directly from HTC. Carrier was HTC, region is Euro.

One X | HTC | EU | QMR1 | 2.6.39 | v4.0 | 111.00MB | 1.28.401.9

The listed Telecom one is:

One X | Telecom | NZ | QMR1 | 2.6.39 | v4.0 | 111.00MB | 1.28.781.9

Same kernel but a different description.

Funnily enough I don't see any 1.29 list, so wonder where that came from.

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  Reply # 621249 7-May-2012 20:42

How has the latest update affected the Battery? People complain about the battery life of the phone, but once the "Honeymoon" stage is over, I assume it will be similar to any iPhone.

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  Reply # 621267 7-May-2012 21:09
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On 1.28, the battery life is just average real world )not sh1te, but not great). Truth is, if you make calls, use some WiFi, browse the web, answer some emails, play some music, take some photo's and post them to FB, alot, all in one day....

You should probably have a car charger and or a spare charger either at work or home to give the device a top up, should it need it, which ain't hard unless you're soft.

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  Reply # 621277 7-May-2012 21:28

motorwayne: On 1.28, the battery life is just average real world )not sh1te, but not great). Truth is, if you make calls, use some WiFi, browse the web, answer some emails, play some music, take some photo's and post them to FB, alot, all in one day....

You should probably have a car charger and or a spare charger either at work or home to give the device a top up, should it need it, which ain't hard unless you're soft.

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So worse than an iPhone?

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  Reply # 621284 7-May-2012 21:46
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I don't find mine any worse than my old iPhone, infact maybe a bit better. 

I have GTA3 and x-plane on the device and play them on my breaks at work, plus gmail, calls and text, I get thru the day fine on 1 charge. 

Today it has been off charge for 13hr 18mins and I still have 52% left. 



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