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Old October 13th, 2012, 08:53 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Does anyone know what changes this update made?

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Old October 13th, 2012, 09:24 AM   #2 (permalink)
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I got this yesterday morning too, I don't know what it fixed either.
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The Prevail has a log of firmware updates on the Samsung website but I cannot find a S2 log.
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I submitted a Samsung customer service ticket and got this response:

'We are sorry to inform that as per now there is no such notification from Samsung on the referred device SPH-D710 for update of FI22, if there is any such update, it would be notified on provided weblink.'

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edit: The interesting part is I started on FH31 and upgraded to FH29. I have never seen any FH21.
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So has anyone found what the update entails? My phone no longer gets bothered by updates as i used autostarts and turned off the Google framework that checks for it and bugs you.

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I submitted a Samsung customer service ticket and got this response:

'We are sorry to inform that as per now there is no such notification from Samsung on the referred device SPH-D710 for update of FI22, if there is any such update, it would be notified on provided weblink.'

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edit: The interesting part is I started on FH31 and upgraded to FH29. I have never seen any FH21.
yeah had FG31 when i got it and then an OTA update to FH29. I rooted it then stopped it from checking after that
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Now I'm curious, according to Samsung website and Samsung Customer service we should be on FH21 not FH29.

Is any Boost galaxy S2 running FH21?
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I never saw that for an update went from FG31 that it came with to FH29

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im on fi22 as of yesterday how do we rooy this update
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im on fi22 as of yesterday how do we rooy this update
root process should be the same. just put in the agat kernel via odin, and flash in superuser. the modem and stuff will still be your ner fi22, you will just be running the agat kernel (wich is upto 0.6.2 i believe).

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My phone also updated to F122 on Saturday. If Samsung isn't acknowledging that it is an update, then what is it? Is it a virus or something?
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Is this a forced update?
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Is this a forced update?
well the phone does auto check for updates, but if you are rooted, you can easily disable that. I have done that for mine (thanks autostarts)

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My wife got this update this morning. She called me about it to ask if she should update. I told her to hold off till I get home. It's probably to block root and to do other clean up to satisfy Apple and their minions. They might also be doing an update to block Foxfi. I know Foxfi wasn't working on the latest build... maybe Foxfi broke through and now Samsung is going in to patch Foxfi's new loop hole?

Either way my wife is not rooted, running complete stock. I think I'm going to let her do it when I get home. I'll keep an eye here and see if anything negative pops up.
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What bugs me is that Samsung doesn't list it as an update. So I am guessing it is a Sprint thing. I know they play the game of block rooting to which we find away around that. blocking Foxfi could be a possibility, but there are other ways of telling you are tethering without paying for it (one of which is just sheer data volume or connecting to things like Xbox Live). I would say if you have the update and it makes your phone start sucking, Just odin it back to original stock then root it and not allow it to update (IMHO)

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how do i stop this update thing from popping up
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check here:

Can't get rid of that ridiculous update notifiction.

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Ok. Yesterday night I did used it on my wife's phone. Everything went fine. Worked flawlessly. Took a while thought. Didn't see any noticeable difference. Update went smooth. Rebooted. Applied the update. Rebooted. Did some "apps being updated" or something like that. And a while later it was done.

For reference. My wife has a Sprint S2, flashed to Boost. I Odined the Boost firmware onto the device and now it thinks it is a Boost device. I did the usual meid and profile 0 too... I'm just saying that before someone thinks putting a Sprint s2 on Boost is as simple as flashing it with the Boost firmware....
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you wouldn't have to go through all that if boost would let you bring your phone instead of being a whiny baby saying you have to use their phones. *sigh*

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Samsung now acknowledges FI22.

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well the phone does auto check for updates, but if you are rooted, you can easily disable that. I have done that for mine (thanks autostarts)

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do I have to disable all the google frameworks I see running?
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Does this update take away root?
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do I have to disable all the google frameworks I see running?
no just the one for updates. that one is the one that checks for updates.

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NOTE: The one in questing will have "update" in the description when you click on it using autostarts.
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Does this update take away root?
if you are rooted, most OTA for updates for the ROM (PRL updates you download manually will be fine) will fail to install and you end up rebooting your phone again. I had to unroot to go from fg31 to fh29 then I rooted it again. I just disable the framework from checking so i am not annoyed by it.

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no just the one for updates. that one is the one that checks for updates.

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NOTE: The one in questing will have "update" in the description when you click on it using autostarts.
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Found this update a few days ago just randomly going through settings out of boredom.. saw there was a new update & hoped it was JB I know Loooong shot there but hey a guy can dream. Still interested in the fixes if anyone found what exactly it did fix. BTW Glad to be here system
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Under settings it now has a back up and reset option under the personal section
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I just picked up BOOST Galaxy S2, started it up and was prompted to do the FI22 update and I did.

I want to root this phone, I was going to go ahead and try the method sticked in the "all things root guide" but read that somebodies 3G stopped working after using that method post FI22 update.

Does anybody know for sure how to go about rooting with no issues, I just got this bad boy and would hate for it to brick.

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Just rooted and installed Agat. I have a couple questions about the FI22 update.

1) Is it true it will take away 3G if rooted?

2) If not will it work to voodoo ota root keep, temp unroot, accept OTA, then restore?

3) If I need to sat away from FI22 what app are you stopping in Autostarts? Nevermind on this question. Got the answer thanks to Codegerm.

UPDATE: I was able to update to FI22 via Kies, but it broke root, and restored stock recovery. Going to try to reroot with same method again

Ok, I was able to reroot with Agat, using same method. And I can confirm that 3G still works.
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Just rooted and installed Agat. I have a couple questions about the FI22 update.

1) Is it true it will take away 3G if rooted?

2) If not will it work to voodoo ota root keep, temp unroot, accept OTA, then restore?

3) If I need to sat away from FI22 what app are you stopping in Autostarts? Nevermind on this question. Got the answer thanks to Codegerm.

UPDATE: I was able to update to FI22 via Kies, but it broke root, and restored stock recovery. Going to try to reroot with same method again

Ok, I was able to reroot with Agat, using same method. And I can confirm that 3G still works.

WOuld like an update if possible, did you have to return to stock, root, to keep root ?

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Were you able to root FI22 and if so please let me know how if its a different method then the one in the forums.
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Root works the same for FI22
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Were you able to root FI22 and if so please let me know how if its a different method then the one in the forums.
I used the exact same method.
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Ok so I am a little unclear. I kept getting the update message for FI22 I tried several times and it would try than it would show me a white Triangle with an exclamation point in the middle. So thanks to Codegerm and autostarts I disabled the message. I am wondering if there are any benefits to upgrading to FI22 and how I should do it. DO I just download it manually from the phone or do I download something from Samsung and use Odin ? What do I do if I want this update ?
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Ok so I am a little unclear. I kept getting the update message for FI22 I tried several times and it would try than it would show me a white Triangle with an exclamation point in the middle. So thanks to Codegerm and autostarts I disabled the message. I am wondering if there are any benefits to upgrading to FI22 and how I should do it. DO I just download it manually from the phone or do I download something from Samsung and use Odin ? What do I do if I want this update ?
Samsung lists the update as bug fixes. I myself rooted under FH29 and have since updated my AGAT kernel (based of FI27) and also flashed to the FI27 Baseband (modem). I am not having any issues with my phone the only bug I had went away when Google play (I wish they would have kept it named "Android Market" Google-Play sounds lame lol) was updated (the voice input in search in that app would sometimes blank the screen and I had to reboot). If you are wanting to have FI22 you can always unroot, let the phone update to FI22 then re root, but I don't think there is much change.

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Samsung lists the update as bug fixes. I myself rooted under FH29 and have since updated my AGAT kernel (based of FI27) and also flashed to the FI27 Baseband (modem). I am not having any issues with my phone the only bug I had went away when Google play (I wish they would have kept it named "Android Market" Google-Play sounds lame lol) was updated (the voice input in search in that app would sometimes blank the screen and I had to reboot). If you are wanting to have FI22 you can always unroot, let the phone update to FI22 then re root, but I don't think there is much change.

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I am gonna go with if aint broke dont fix it. Phone runs very well. No problems. Other than I play Modern War alot and that games freezes up. Thanks so much for the help.
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I have FI22 and everything work perfect. the touch tones do not work ONLY on boost, so I call the direct no. with no prompts .wait time is 1 to 12 minutes depending on time of call of course.
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