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Old September 4th, 2012, 02:07 PM   #101 (permalink)
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To be fair I have seen anything in this update that has be grinning from ear to ear.

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Old September 7th, 2012, 05:39 AM   #102 (permalink)
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Looks like were still waiting on Orange, Tmobile and Vodafone to release this.

Strange when 3 and O2 released it last week...
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just updated my hox to 4.0.4 and all seems well but it seems to take longer to react when turning on. i get the unlock wallpaper but it takes a while to let me unlock. anyone else got this?
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My HOX unbranded UK model was updated and now it feels so much smoother!
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Not quite sure what the fuss about HTC quick settings. I just use Widgetsoid - free from market.
You can then choose whatever you want - I've got battery level, shortcut to sound settings, WiFi, GPS and data toggles.
I'll look into that, but I've always just used one of my homescreens as a utilities area with shortcuts and widgets to toggle settings.
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Old September 11th, 2012, 07:24 AM   #106 (permalink)
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I'll look into that, but I've always just used one of my homescreens as a utilities area with shortcuts and widgets to toggle settings.
Settings on the notification screen are useful - as you can pull the notification bar down from the lockscreen, or in some apps to toggle settings. Its just a bit quicker.
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Old September 11th, 2012, 09:45 AM   #107 (permalink)
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I tried using 1TapQuickBar to give me settings in the notification bar, but it killed battery life... Switched to Power Toggles and it works well, so I'm able to hold off being upset about not having quick settings
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Thought id check in to see whether my One X was missing any updates. Looks like it is, Orange branded though so no doubt I wont see my update till around November im guessing. Why do i continue to stick with these clowns?
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Thought id check in to see whether my One X was missing any updates. Looks like it is, Orange branded though so no doubt I wont see my update till around November im guessing. Why do i continue to stick with these clowns?
That's exactly why I went through Dialaphone - sick of providers messing up handsets.
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well some good news from Orange on twitter, they have no idea when the update is coming out! lol
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Thought id check in to see whether my One X was missing any updates. Looks like it is, Orange branded though so no doubt I wont see my update till around November im guessing. Why do i continue to stick with these clowns?
i remember emailing Orange to ask about the update on the desire
only to get the reply "what update ?"
i think December or January before we get it
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Old September 17th, 2012, 05:06 PM   #112 (permalink)
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Still waiting with Optus in Australia.
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Rolled out on Voda UK today.
Orange must surely be closing to rolling it out now.
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Old September 18th, 2012, 10:12 AM   #115 (permalink)
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Orange will be about 2-3 weeks behind, this is standard procedure as they are useless!
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Still waiting with Optus in Australia.
Same.
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Orange. Why do i continue to stick with these clowns?
Ditch them. I did 2 months ago and haven't looked back.
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Asked OrangeHelpers on twitter today about the update, but got the usual

"I'm afraid we dont have any information at the minute"
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Asked OrangeHelpers on twitter today about the update, but got the usual

"I'm afraid we dont have any information at the minute"
I did the same thing. I asked if they don't have any information why won't they find out the information. "I'm afraid we can't," came the reply. My reply "Can't or won't? No reason for the former so I'm guessing it is the latter" hasn't received a response.
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I did the same thing. I asked if they don't have any information why won't they find out the information. "I'm afraid we can't," came the reply. My reply "Can't or won't? No reason for the former so I'm guessing it is the latter" hasn't received a response.
I also mentioned in my tweet that other networks have already released it but still the same response.
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Old September 25th, 2012, 08:07 AM   #121 (permalink)
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Got the 4.1 update with Optus in Australia tonight. Hoping it fixes a bug I have with calls dropping out for no reason.
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Orange STILL claim to know nothing about the update, saying they're "waiting on information." What information? Why are they "waiting" - why not go and ask their software engineers if they've done their stuff with it and sent it back, or ask HTC for a schedule?

At this rate we'll be getting Jellybean when those with unbranded handsets are running Sticky Toffee Pudding.

(And before someone suggests it, no, I don't want to install a custom ROM.)
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Don't expect the Orange update any time soon... Just had another reply from them on Twitter:

"We get updates directly from the devices team the update is still being worked on they can't give us a date."

Still being worked on? What the hell are they doing to it?
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Don't expect the Orange update any time soon... Just had another reply from them on Twitter:

"We get updates directly from the devices team the update is still being worked on they can't give us a date."

Still being worked on? What the hell are they doing to it?
hopefully they are getting rid of all the sense stuff and getting ready to just give us stock android...
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Still being worked on? What the hell are they doing to it?
Bearing in mind what they've done to every other Orange phone I've had that started off good, I'd say they're busy ruining it.

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hopefully they are getting rid of all the sense stuff and getting ready to just give us stock android...
Hopefully not - some of us happen to like Sense (raises hand).
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Yea, I got the same reply yesterday, they have no idea when its coming out. What on earth they are doing is another question like, probably high 5'n each other that theyve got 4g. No doubt another thing which theyl epically fail at, as they are useless. I imagine we will get the update end of November when every other network is rolling out Jelly Bean!
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Yea, I got the same reply yesterday, they have no idea when its coming out. What on earth they are doing is another question like, probably high 5'n each other that theyve got 4g. No doubt another thing which theyl epically fail at, as they are useless. I imagine we will get the update end of November when every other network is rolling out Jelly Bean!
The annoying thing is that if they didn't faff around with the updates in the first place to brand the handset they wouldn't have to faff around with the later ones either! Also maddening that they always claim not to know things, whereas other networks at least provide an ETA, even if it is spectacularly wrong (e.g. the Vodafone update for November which came out a week ago.)

I'm just hoping that Orange were confused yesterday and were somehow thinking we were talking about the Jellybean update rather than 4.0.4, and that it may be HTC who are stalling, spreading the load on their update server. We can dream.
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Default Orange branded 4.0.4 / Sense 4.1 update just released

Just downloaded & installed on my phone. New details:

Android version: 4.0.4
HTC Sense version: 4.1
Software number: 2.17.61.3
HTC SDK API level: 4.23
HTC Extension version: HTCExtension_403_GA_20
Kernel: 2.6.39.4-gb84b15c
Baseband version: 2.1204.135.20
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And t-mobile in the UK - doing the update now
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Old October 3rd, 2012, 05:54 AM   #131 (permalink)
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It's here on t-mobile UK - just updating now
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Mine's Orange and just updating now.
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T-Mobile branded OX on t-mobile here. Just updated. Feels much smoother.
Haven't had a real chance to see what's changed yet though.
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Old October 3rd, 2012, 08:40 AM   #134 (permalink)
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Erm, what exactly has changed cos apart from a slight change to stock browser I'm not really picking anything up!
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It's slicker, better power management (iirc), and they've locked the display to 60MHz so it shouldn't stutter when using live wallpapers.

There should also be the option to disable the 3 Dot menu thing in settings.
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There should also be the option to disable the 3 Dot menu thing in settings.
this part was also done in the android 4.0.4 and sense 4.0 update that rolled out for AT&T a couple of months back
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Great, just updated and yes it seems a lot more fluid and faster. Even have still a decent maps programme too, unlike some other sheep!!

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El Presidente, where could this be, I have looked through and as of yet not spotted this, am I being dim here ?!
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I think it's Display -> Gestures? I can't recall exactly, I've not been running a stock ROM for a while, sorry
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El Presidente, thank you! I know see what this is, I apologise I was thinking of something else on this function.
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In gestures it is the recent apps button

Edit- to late lol
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Does anyone know if they are experiencing problems with the lock that sometimes when you press it only the bottom icons light up and nothing else also the rescue feature where do I find that and I think the quick settings should be up the top like on Samsung's , any help appreciated
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Just updated. On T-mobile UK. Now cannot connect to any network and have no option to choose a network as Network Operators is greyed out. Help

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try restarting - if that doesn't work, do a back-up and a factory reset
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just got my update this evening looks good the only thing i can see that they have added is a thing called Signal boost
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Spoke to helpful person at T-mobile. INstructed to hold volume down button and then power button until phone powered off. It then restarted and found networks

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how did I not see this? lol
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just got my update this evening looks good the only thing i can see that they have added is a thing called Signal boost
Where is that?
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just got my update this evening looks good the only thing i can see that they have added is a thing called Signal boost
Has anyone tried this yet? I can't decide if it works or not lol. Is it supposed to use your home wifi to boost your phone signal?
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Has anyone tried this yet? I can't decide if it works or not lol. Is it supposed to use your home wifi to boost your phone signal?
I think this explains how it works. My interpretation is that it uses your wifi to retain functionality when you have 0 signal...
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