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Unhappy [Q] "Wi-Fi Only" menu option disappear

I've got UK Jelly Bean 4.1.1 (I9300XXDLJ4 ) on my S3, flashed with Odin.
Everything is OK but i'm not able to find "Wi-Fi Only" check in settings menu/software updates.
Any idea?
In the Software Updates menu there are only 2 voices: "Update" and "Automatic Update". Nothing else.

I had previously flashed the 4.1.1 nobrand Spain version and was ok, then I flashed 4.1.1 nobrand French version that had the same problem as the UK..... I don't understand if there is something wrong in my device... or if they deleted these option of upgrading through 3G network, too.

Can a wipe data resolve?

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I've got UK Jelly Bean 4.1.1 (I9300XXDLJ4 ) on my S3, flashed with Odin.
Everything is OK but i'm not able to find "Wi-Fi Only" check in settings menu/software updates.
Any idea?
In the Software Updates menu there are only 2 voices: "Update" and "Automatic Update". Nothing else.

I had previously flashed the 4.1.1 nobrand Spain version and was ok, then I flashed 4.1.1 nobrand French version that had the same problem as the UK..... I don't understand if there is something wrong in my device... or if they deleted these option of upgrading through 3G network, too.

Can a wipe data resolve?

thanks

Mark
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I just checked my phone and really that option is gone. I remember it being there in ICS.

I am using UK's unbranded JB (BTU).
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I just checked my phone and really that option is gone. I remember it being there in ICS.

I am using UK's unbranded JB (BTU).
So it sounds like "some countries have disabled 3G updates" ?

My friends has updated from 4.1.1 nobrand Poland to 4.1.1 nobrand UK... and still have that option......
 
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I just checked my phone and really that option is gone. I remember it being there in ICS.

I am using UK's unbranded JB (BTU).
Sorry for my english but... I'm Italian...

This is my phone story: Italian 4.0.4 nobrand (all ok), Spain 4.1.1 nobrand (all ok), French 4.1.1 nobrand (option disappear), UK 4.1.1 nobrand (option disappear).

I'm still waiting for 4.1.1 italian nobrand... that should coma in the next days.... but I like to keep the UK version that seems the more updated.
 
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I just checked my phone and really that option is gone. I remember it being there in ICS.

I am using UK's unbranded JB (BTU).
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