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T-Mobile's Official News of OTA

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Pig Vomit

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Aug 20, 2008
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Posted in their forums.

http://forums.t-mobile.com/t5/Samsu...brant-OTA-Update-Starting-10-7-10/td-p/496528

Samsung Vibrant OTA Update Starting 10/7/10.
Posted 10-07-2010 08:03 AM

We are pleased to share that starting October 7, T-Mobile and Samsung will begin to send an over-the-air (OTA) update to Samsung Vibrant customers, which will provide a number of benefits and improvements, including optimized GPS performance and new access to the Samsung Media Hub, which offers a robust collection of movie titles and TV programming for purchase or rental.

The update will be sent to customers in staggered waves and we anticipate all customers will receive it by the end of October. Customers will be notified of the OTA via the Android Operating Notification Bar located at the top of the Vibrant phone screen.
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eminembdg

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They always say that, by end of month, but usually we all get the update within around 2 weeks or so. They just got to be careful not to promise any period of time
 

demo23019

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lol at this comment from that tmobile link

"The update will be sent to customers in staggered waves and we anticipate all customers will receive it by the end of October.

so what some of us it might take the whole month to get the update.

Why cant people just hit check for updates....ive never seen this feature actually work
 
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boomerbubba

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This phenomenon amazes me with every rollout.

TMO said in its announcement:

The update will be sent to customers in staggered waves and we anticipate all customers will receive it by the end of October.

Yet lemming noobs post a zillion useless comments saying "Not in East Armpit, NY," etc.