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[Q] ICS 4.0.5 coming to i9020a this month (march)?

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29th March 2012, 03:31 AM   |  #61  
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Update is a go...
http://mobilesyrup.com/2012/03/28/an...-coming-weeks/

Post if you receive it!

Still didn't get it. I'm on Fido in Canada i9020a. Hopefully it comes SOON!
29th March 2012, 04:29 AM   |  #62  
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i9020t users look like they're enjoying it... But I haven't heard a peep from anyone else saying they've received 4.0.4 or 4.0.5

I'm really getting impatient! They did this last time with the Galaxy S (captivate) for AT&T. I'm going to throw my phone against the wall of Google cops out on yet another device they promised an update for. I won't go to the Galaxy Nexus. Not if they're going to play these games with us.

fyi: androidcentral dot com/android-404-ota-gsm-nexus-s-now-available

Everyone there with i9020a seem to be complaining they didn't get it. *sad face*


One of the big issues I'm having is the fact that Google announced specifically that UMTS/GSM + HSPA devices will be receiving this. So far T-Mobile is the only people I have read that have received this update.

Source: Android on Google+
( https plus dot google dot com/u/0/104629412415657030658/posts/NgGwavbmkQ7 )

EDIT After contacting both Samsung and AT&T, they claim the i9020a doesn't even exist. This is wonderful.
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29th March 2012, 12:31 PM   |  #63  
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i9020t users look like they're enjoying it... But I haven't heard a peep from anyone else saying they've received 4.0.4 or 4.0.5

I'm really getting impatient! They did this last time with the Galaxy S (captivate) for AT&T. I'm going to throw my phone against the wall of Google cops out on yet another device they promised an update for. I won't go to the Galaxy Nexus. Not if they're going to play these games with us.

fyi: androidcentral dot com/android-404-ota-gsm-nexus-s-now-available

Everyone there with i9020a seem to be complaining they didn't get it. *sad face*


One of the big issues I'm having is the fact that Google announced specifically that UMTS/GSM + HSPA devices will be receiving this. So far T-Mobile is the only people I have read that have received this update.

Source: Android on Google+
( https plus dot google dot com/u/0/104629412415657030658/posts/NgGwavbmkQ7 )

EDIT After contacting both Samsung and AT&T, they claim the i9020a doesn't even exist. This is wonderful.

THIS IS NONSENSE. I'm so furious right now. This is not even fair. WERE STILL ON FU**ING GINGERBREAD 2.3.6. I want ICS. It's not fair that t-mobile users get it. It's not only the AT&T users that aren't getting it. Here in Canada on Rogers/Fido we aren't getting the update either. They better release it for our variant soon or I will flip.
29th March 2012, 07:57 PM   |  #64  
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Wink We have a 4.0.4 OTA on the way
We already have an OTA 4.0.4 on our way. However CWM flashable version is available now. Check the development section.
29th March 2012, 08:23 PM   |  #65  
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We already have an OTA 4.0.4 on our way. However CWM flashable version is available now. Check the development section.

i9020a users!??? Are you sure? Please don't get my hopes up too high.
29th March 2012, 08:36 PM   |  #66  
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sure, you can flash this on 9020a:
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1569509

BUT:
you need clockworkmod to flash it, and this means you have to unlock your bootloader first.
why this rom works? while it is close to stock, it is not a real stock-zip. it doesn't contain bootloader, radio and recovery. so those three stay untouched on your 9020a. further on it's deodexed and rooted - not really stock, right?

also i'm quite sure once/if there is an official update for you guys, you won't get the push.

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EDIT After contacting both Samsung and AT&T, they claim the i9020a doesn't even exist. This is wonderful.

what the...?!
wow... the question is not if, but how unfriendly did you react?!
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30th March 2012, 01:35 PM   |  #67  
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And its really fast and bug less and finally battery drain no longer an issue...
Yaayyy

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30th March 2012, 03:29 PM   |  #68  
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So it looks like it's the operators (ATT/Sprint/etc) not giving the thumbs up to Google to release the OTA to our phones. JBQ mentioned it on twitter he's still waiting for Operator approval.........
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So it looks like it's the operators (ATT/Sprint/etc) not giving the thumbs up to Google to release the OTA to our phones. JBQ mentioned it on twitter he's still waiting for Operator approval.........

They're probably delaying ics on the Nexus S so that the Galaxy Nexus gets more appeal from customers
30th March 2012, 04:42 PM   |  #70  
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They're probably delaying ics on the Nexus S so that the Galaxy Nexus gets more appeal from customers

That is retarded, yet I can totally see them doing that. Greedy assholes.

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