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Uk update is available now! Confirmed

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By Dan53, Senior Member on 6th November 2010, 01:20 PM
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CAN FINALLY CONFIRM THE UPDATE IS AVAILABLE IN THE UK.

I de-branded my phone to the generic CDF, SEUS said i had the latest update, when i clicked reinstall in downloaded the new update and now I have android 2.1

enjoy all owners
 
 
6th November 2010, 02:01 PM |#2  
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Yes, I've just checked and have the update message checking OTA manually - but it says i must use a computer to update my phone.

My 1.6
ro.product.name=U20i_1238-0199
ro.semc.version.cust=1238-0199
ro.semc.version.cust_revision=R3A

However PCC and SEUS both say I have the latest software installed and I've uninstalled and reinstalled both of these... hmmm
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6th November 2010, 02:36 PM |#3  
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Originally Posted by teapea

Yes, I've just checked and have the update message checking OTA manually - but it says i must use a computer to update my phone.

My 1.6
ro.product.name=U20i_1238-0199
ro.semc.version.cust=1238-0199
ro.semc.version.cust_revision=R3A

However PCC and SEUS both say I have the latest software installed and I've uninstalled and reinstalled both of these... hmmm

thats the exact CDF number i used to update.

I used SEUS - it said I had the latest update but I reinstalled the update anyway, turned out to be 2.1
6th November 2010, 04:31 PM |#4  
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Have a Voda branded phone and have been putting off the debranding until 2.1 came out. Can't wait any longer but having a lot of difficulty locating the generic UK firmware. Can anybody provide a link? Much appreciated!
6th November 2010, 05:44 PM |#5  
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I have a mini pro with 3UK - I've tried SEUS and the phone updates and still telling me I have the latest version

I have

ro.semc.version.cust_revision=R7A
ro.product.name=u20i_1238-1760
ro.semc.version.cust=1238-1760

still no joy - and i dont fancy killing my phone off

any suggestions?

Rosie
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Updated to 2.1 Generic UK via SEUS.

ro.product.name=U20i_1238-0199
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Originally Posted by ph34rthesaint

Have a Voda branded phone and have been putting off the debranding until 2.1 came out. Can't wait any longer but having a lot of difficulty locating the generic UK firmware. Can anybody provide a link? Much appreciated!

all you do is this, what I will say is first install busybox onto your phone for it to work.

http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=743800

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Originally Posted by Jemmauk

I have a mini pro with 3UK - I've tried SEUS and the phone updates and still telling me I have the latest version

I have

ro.semc.version.cust_revision=R7A
ro.product.name=u20i_1238-1760
ro.semc.version.cust=1238-1760

still no joy - and i dont fancy killing my phone off

any suggestions?

Rosie

as I said, generic is out. there wont be joy for you for at least another month or 2 if you dont debrand
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