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Old June 27th, 2012, 04:40 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Jelly Bean discussion/issues thread (released Dec. 13)

What's the odds we get Jelly Bean and if so when?

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Let's keep the thread on topic with JB discussion and not random off topic posts/rants.

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you can get the jelly bean play store right now, if you want. magazines and movies/tv for purchase.

Jelly Bean Market - xda-developers

op over on xda says to thank him later though
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you can get the jelly bean play store right now, if you want. magazines and movies/tv for purchase.

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op over on xda says to thank him later though
Running this now. Works just fine. Saw it on android police.
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I think this update will depend on the ongoing Apple litigation.

Apple's already trying to convince the world that HTC didn't meet the requirements in the ICS model we're enjoying now - and has since gone after Google directly claiming a new set of infringements in basic JB itself.

HTC's not going to push an update that takes them further into court because new models will come with the OTA baked in shortly after the update hits our shores.

The foodchain that was previously - Google creates -> later puts code in AOSP -> HTC retrieves code -> HTC updates -> Sprint approves and pushes OTA ... just got a number of places for Apple to target.

I don't want to start another round of Apple hate, but I see the above as directly on-point to the question in the OP - when are we going to get JB?

Because after the last few days, we have to decide - how many players this time around - before we can make those guesses.

Well, for me, anyways.
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The offline availability of voice recognition is amazing.
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Question LTevo to get 4.1 Jelly Bean?

Looks like the One X line will get it, but nothing on the LTEvo. Also, no time frame on the One X.

HTC confirms Android 4.1 update for One X, One S, One XL | Mobile - CNET News

No, I'm not willing to install my own OS's anymore

Do we know if the Galaxy SIII will beg getting 4.1 soon?

Edit: Ugh, ok, so it looks like Samsung is trying to release something by September.

http://www.gottabemobile.com/2012/07/20/samsung-galaxy-s-iii-android-4-1-jelly-bean-update-in-the-works/

Double Edit: Thanks for moving this, though when I put in Evo, Jelly Bean and 4.1 this thread did not pop up as an option
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Ummmm... JellyBean?

Cheers, thanks.
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I feel the same way.

The S3 is a fine phone, and a great choice. However, I like the sense and the build quality of my LTEvo. But with the wild popularity of the S3 and all the accessories now available, it makes me wonder what the market will look like two years down the road when I'm ready to buy again.
If HTC keeps loosing money the way it's been they'll be a perfect takeover target for market consolidation. Particularly since they've settled with Apple
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Possibly, but we will have JellyBean long before then.

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Default Jelly Bean on 11/15/12 ?

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It's coming jelly bean! - Android Forums at AndroidCentral.com
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I noted with interest that the Android Central comments seemed to revolve around the hope that jellybean would fix contact lag and multitasking problems.

As some of you may recall, I have been working on that since I got my LTEvo.

I found the problem, there are two lines of code wrong by HTC for memory management.

Those interested in solving those problems with a rooted phone, rather than waiting for jellybean, please meet me in the Viper4G thread in our root forum.

You won't need to run a custom rom to fix it, but you will need to be rooted.

The result cannot be exaggerated.
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I'v been fighting contact issues since I got this stupid phone. No my wife is fighting a voice mail issue with hers that could be the mutli-task problem. Please link me so I may attempt to fix our phones.
http://androidforums.com/evo-4g-lte-all-things-root/624614-rom-viper-4g-2-0-0-beyond-post5194152.html





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So is it the same fix for both contacts lag and multi-tasking or are those two different things? I assume it's a memory issue that is causing both so one fix for both problems but want to make sure I'm on the same page.
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So is it the same fix for both contacts lag and multi-tasking or are those two different things? I assume it's a memory issue that is causing both so one fix for both problems but want to make sure I'm on the same page.
Yep. One issue, one cause, multiple symptoms. If you find Chrome or other browsers lock up, fixes that as well.

Let's please continue the discussion at -

[ROM] Viper 4G 2.0.0 and beyond

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Old November 15th, 2012, 11:06 PM   #16 (permalink)
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I should have been more specific. Mine ALWAYS says theres a PRL update. Even if I "update" it thorugh the app, it still shows an update available. & The PRL number never changes

Right. I understand that, but mine has never said specifically HTC software update is available for your HTC evo 4g LTE... Mine has always said profile/prl updates are available this other message displayed is totally new as of today.. that's what I'm trying to say lol :-)
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I trust the updates under settings.
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Pocketables – New leak suggests Jelly Bean for HTC EVO 4G LTE will roll out tomorrow

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Thread title updated.

Ok people, we all want to know one thing - faster and smoother or not so much??
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Mine's almost done installing.

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I think it will have to be soon based on the Sprint.com sales page revision that BenChase pointed out.
I'm not banking on today though.
No Sense in checking the software update page every 5 minutes for me. I've got to do a good back up and then factory reset before I take the update anyway (standard fare).

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Soon™ -er-er rather than late-r-er. I like it, pleasantly surprised.
Now I just have to do the above when I get home and then root and install the root version of the update. :O
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I figured I would post for the first time to confirm software update 3.15.651.16! I assume this is the Jellybean update. I am currently downloading now here in Massachusetts. I went to system updates and checked for an HTC Sense update and the download prompt comes up.
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I figured I would post for the first time to confirm software update 3.15.651.16! I assume this is the Jellybean update. I am currently downloading now here in Massachusetts. I went to system updates and checked for an HTC Sense update and the download prompt comes up.
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OBTW - this makes us the first One X in the USA to get this update.

I'm just saying.

7 weeks to the day after Sprint was first with JellyBean for in the USA on the SGS3.

Didn't I just read a few days ago that we needed to thank someone for trading their LTEvo for a Sammy because whenever they did that, the update happened?

Thanks! lol j/k

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OBTW - this makes us the first One X in the USA to get this update.

I'm just saying.

7 weeks to the day after Sprint was first with JellyBean for in the USA on the SGS3.

Didn't I just read a few days ago that we needed to thank someone for trading their LTEvo for a Sammy because whenever they did that, the update happened?

Thanks! lol j/k



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That would of been me but I'm happy with the S3 and if I change my mind I'll switch back to the Evo.
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I've been checking every hour since 6am EST. The upgrade just downloaded for me.
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That would of been me but I'm happy with the S3 and if I change my mind I'll switch back to the Evo.
Wasn't digging at you, just saying, your prediction was right - glad you're happy with your new phone, it's all Android, that's what it's all about!
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Geez, I wish I could do this over the wi-fi, but I don't have the office password. Guess I'll slug through on the 3G, even though I get LTE a few miles from here. Good thing I have a lot of work to keep me busy while I wait
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So, does this mean it's time to start the "where is 4.2" thread?

Impressive that this didn't leak before release, but I haven't noticed any roms based on it yet. Did Sprint tighten up the ship?
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Devs are hammering it out over on Xda I'm sure.

In the meantime, I have to resist not installing the update I've downloaded.

Don't want to risk losing my s-off
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So, does this mean it's time to start the "where is 4.2" thread?

Impressive that this didn't leak before release, but I haven't noticed any roms based on it yet. Did Sprint tighten up the ship?
Hard to say. The leaked RUU crowd at XDA got very silent recently...

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In the meantime, I have to resist not installing the update I've downloaded.

Don't want to risk losing my s-off
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Devs are hammering it out over on Xda I'm sure.

In the meantime, I have to resist not installing the update I've downloaded.

Don't want to risk losing my s-off
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So, does this mean it's time to start the "where is 4.2" thread?

Impressive that this didn't leak before release, but I haven't noticed any roms based on it yet. Did Sprint tighten up the ship?
Yep, start the 4.2 thread. Downloading currently, if this fixes my notifications issue specifically I will be happy. My other complaints are minor to this, work is where the cash comes from and missed notifications affect it.
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Geez, I wish I could do this over the wi-fi, but I don't have the office password. Guess I'll slug through on the 3G, even though I get LTE a few miles from here. Good thing I have a lot of work to keep me busy while I wait

Mine did not give me any other option but wi-fi. How did you get that? I have nothing better to do than let it dl while I sit here at work.
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Hard to say. The leaked RUU crowd at XDA got very silent recently...



PM me your Dropbox on that - let's take it apart!
Uploading it to dropbox on my terrible internet is going to take hours.

Anything specific you want me to look at?
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Old December 13th, 2012, 01:28 PM   #37 (permalink)
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I believe it was an option between Wi-Fi and over the network. It is wayyy slow though, so it is a good thing it is while I'm at work. I started it about 30 minutes ago and it's only at 20%!
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Old December 13th, 2012, 01:41 PM   #38 (permalink)
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I found it now. Started just a feew min ago and already at 16%. This might not take as long as i thought since the 4g is working good. Thanks guys. Hope yall have fun!
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Uploading it to dropbox on my terrible internet is going to take hours.

Anything specific you want me to look at?
Does it modify firmware?

And btw - I think XDA is getting slashdotted from everyone F5'ing looking for the root version - we're liable to be next.

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You mean this one?

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Been running OTA JB (4hrs) on LTEVO and did a quadrant benchmark. Benchmark score on ICS=5800ish, on JB 6200ish (Very Nice) Multitasking bug for me is gone (No web page reloading) KB treatment is awesome. Voice mail upgrade awesome. No more flickering web hub Text-to-Speech a ton better! Camera auto focus works smoother. Interpretive keying much better and text correction waayyy better. Now we got JB, guess I need to get my Samsung Note 2 back to Sprint and get my "Money" back(LOL)
Honestly, I found myself using my EVO more than the Note2, even though the Note2 was new. EVO's ease of use, intuitive interface, just makes it easier get done what I need. Final note, (Pun intended!) with the recent JB upgrade to EVO. EVO is now hands down faster than Note 2. Camera on EVO was better even before JB. Just my personal experience and wanted share before I have to return my Note 2. Gratz everyone on getting much needed love to there (and mine ) LTEVO ------> (smooth x 10)
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Boom goes the root dynOmite!

[ROM]Stock 3.15.651.16 Odex/Deodex (Jelly Bean) + Firmware
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Anybody having issues with the keyboard in stock text app? Mine is two lines of garbage "characters" with bottom two lines just white.
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Nope its working here
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Interesting, mine initially worked but is now just garbage like the video driver is wrong. Text part of the screen is fine though. Just rebooted and it's fine again. Strange. I did reboot after the update was complete just because.
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Major update, so it's likely the operating system caches are dirty.

And I just inspected the installer - once again, they've failed to clean those out for you.

Rom updates need clean caches to work right. Without root, you only option is to backup (MyBackup Pro and SMS Backup+, they won't get everything, but they're about the best you can do) - and then do a factory data reset.

If using Wallet, go into the app, menu, and reset it, just to be safe, before doing the factory data reset.

Do NOT erase your /sdcard with that.

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Apparently I'm not alone.... I apologize if links aren't allowed but found the issue on the Sprint Community forum.

http://community dot sprint dot com/baw/message/513758
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Apparently I'm not alone.... I apologize if links aren't allowed but found the issue on the Sprint Community forum.

http://community dot sprint dot com/baw/message/513758
No doubt you're not alone.

A great percentage of people getting this update will have weird bugs due to dirty operating systems caches.

Same thing happens with every major update.

Sorry.
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Major update, so it's likely the operating system caches are dirty.

And I just inspected the installer - once again, they've failed to clean those out for you.

Rom updates need clean caches to work right. Without root, you only option is to backup (MyBackup Pro and SMS Backup+, they won't get everything, but they're about the best you can do) - and then do a factory data reset.

If using Wallet, go into the app, menu, and reset it, just to be safe, before doing the factory data reset.

Do NOT erase your /sdcard with that.

Please don't shoot me, I'm just the piano player.
Sigh.....and thanks. I'll see if it comes back again before going the reset route. On the positive side, I have gotten a few texts and the notifications have worked each time so far. Obviously too early to say fixed but a good sign!
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I'll be looking for that fix for contact ringtones over here!
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I like the JB update so far.....but, I lost my 2 x 4 favorites contact widget. I want it back! HTC Hub is gone too??
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