Originally Posted by glossywhite
Well that's a bit handy; my Moto G is an unlocked UK Voda PAYG; I'll maybe put back the Voda firmware and see what happens
Thank you for keeping us posted; very much appreciated
God bless you.
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You never know; althought I find it hard to believe that Vodafone's "customer services" making a call to tech support would make that happen. I'm sure it isn't beyond the realms of possibility, and could
well happen... it just seems unlikely.
I wasn't trying to look good haha, but I did call them I spoke for about 20 minutes explaining that a carrier locked device will not update until the carrier (in this case vodaphone) has give it the green light..
They where obviously undertrained and where either reading from pre made scripts on there computers or googling everything..
In the end the woman spoke to her floor manager and he said to me that he was sorry for the miscommunication and that I was correct..
He then went to say I will get someone to contact tech support as is their department that deal with this area of work and give them the heads up..
I don't know maybe I did push the boat out.. Or it was just a coincidence but I did make that call
I ain't paying £24 a month for a phone that the carrier are too lazy to push updates out...
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