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Samsung removes binary count on Latest Firmware 4.2.2 XXUBNB2

OP m.arun_kumar

9th May 2014, 08:16 AM   |  #1  
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Hi,

Latest official firmare XXUBNB2.

* Samsung removes binary count on download screen
* Alarm App was nice
* Allshare play removed
* Better Ram management
* better WIFI and Network

- becomes very slow after 2 days usage (need to restart)
- sharp battery charge reduce

??? Boot loader need to check.


Dont update if you want to use custom firmwares (4.4.2)

* First you can notice 3 times flickering on installed CWM recovery
* After installation you can notice a heavy lag when you open settings or open some Apps.
* Selecting options in settings may lead to freeze your phone (often)
* Install software (also via ADB) is painful.

want to use custom firmware again

* you need to go back to old official firmware or leaked firmware (re - partition recommended)
9th May 2014, 09:14 AM   |  #2  
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Originally Posted by m.arun_kumar

Hi,

Latest official firmare XXUBNB2.

* Samsung removes binary count on download screen
* Alarm App was nice
* Allshare play removed
* Better Ram management
* better WIFI and Network

- becomes very slow after 2 days usage (need to restart)
- sharp battery charge reduce

??? Boot loader need to check.


Dont update if you want to use custom firmwares (4.4.2)

* First you can notice 3 times flickering on installed CWM recovery
* After installation you can notice a heavy lag when you open settings or open some Apps.
* Selecting options in settings may lead to freeze your phone (often)
* Install software (also via ADB) is painful.

want to use custom firmware again

* you need to go back to old official firmware or leaked firmware (re - partition recommended)


Have you updated it OTA?? I guess samsung have stopped the rolling of this update in India in very few days after release.
10th May 2014, 04:18 AM   |  #3  
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Even XXUBMK3 has no binary count.

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