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Default Android 2.3.2 System Update

I just got a prompted notification that 2.3.2 system update is now downloaded and verified in my phone. Just need to go ahead and ok the install/update on my phone. Not sure if most or all are getting this?

Should I? LOL

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This system update from Google contains important bug fixes."
 
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Go for it.

This is probably the update that includes the major SMS bug fix. Samsung posted to their official twitter account that and update to address that is coming very soon.

It looks like v2.3.2 is the one.
 
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Funny thing though, I never had problems with the SMS bug. I have sent/received SMS (2k+). And when I got the notification, I just pulled the battery off to check my S/N to register in the Samsung website. LOL

Is there any other bug/fixes with this updates other than the SMS bug?
 
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If you're rooted, you might want to wait and see if it's safe to do it (ie., doesn't break root) unless you're confident on how to get it back. The last update screwed with Recovery and gave some people some slight grief for a short period.
Wiping battery stats has the same influence over battery life as waving a dead chicken over your phone does; none, per Google.
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Wouldn't you know it? After I just finish rooting using the step by step guide, the first thing that pops up is that there is an update to install. So my question is, will installing this update kill my root? Or any other negative consequences for my newly-rooted SNS if I update to 2.3.2?
 
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Just rebooted after update, seems that at least the browser got some kind of lagfix, for example www.n4g.com.
 
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Thumbs down "Your system is currently up to date."

hmmm.... what about people on Custom ROMS ?

i check the Settings > About > System Updates

and there's nothing it says

"Your system is currently up to date."

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Without thinking I chose to install it while being rooted and not backing up. After it rebooted it froze (when it couldn't find a recovery I'm guessing.) I pulled the battery, let it reboot, and I'm still 2.3.1 and rooted. Just FYI
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hmmm.... what about people on Custom ROMS ?

i check the Settings > About > System Updates

and there's nothing it says

"Your system is currently up to date."
Often one have to wait untill the devs implement the update into the custom rom.
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Generally once you're on a custom rom, you're best to wait for the rom dev to give you guidance.
Wiping battery stats has the same influence over battery life as waving a dead chicken over your phone does; none, per Google.
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