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Old January 25th, 2013, 05:12 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hello I think i have a problem i installed the leakes version of the jelly bean for Sprint on my Galay S2 and it came preloaded with the sprint applications how do i continue to use the jelly bean update and have apps like mobile ID and Boost Zone

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Old January 25th, 2013, 11:03 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Someone actually uses the bloatware apps?! One of the first things I did once I rooted my phone was to get rid of that stuff. I even killed off the Sprint versions of the bloatware when I installed JB. However, if you actually want that sruff you could always go back to stock FI22. There is a one click install for it in the repository.
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Old January 25th, 2013, 12:28 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Hello I think i have a problem i installed the leakes version of the jelly bean for Sprint on my Galay S2 and it came preloaded with the sprint applications how do i continue to use the jelly bean update and have apps like mobile ID and Boost Zone

The easiest way would prolly be backup the Boost apps in Titanium Backup (you did make a Nandroid, didn't you?) then reinstalling Boost apps after updating to JB.
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The easiest way would prolly be backup the Boost apps in Titanium Backup (you did make a Nandroid, didn't you?) then reinstalling Boost apps after updating to JB.
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Old January 28th, 2013, 10:25 PM   #5 (permalink)
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The easiest way would prolly be backup the Boost apps in Titanium Backup (you did make a Nandroid, didn't you?) then reinstalling Boost apps after updating to JB.
I went back to fl22 because i software bricked my phone. I am going to wait for the official jelly bean update thanks all
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My battery is too low to check the ota update. Anybody update yet?
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My battery is too low to check the ota update. Anybody update yet?
If you are on FI22 then it is the update to FL24. I myself am on GA10 now which is Jelly Bean.
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But your GA10 is not officially released yet, right? And yes, it was FL24
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Yes, but I am not waiting for them to eventually put out JB to our phones. By the time they do it, JB won't be new anymore lol.
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and it still won't be new for a while after that since the official version will be 4.1.2 and the newest is 4.2
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There is an update right now and it just about fubar'ed my phone. Had to use Odin to go back to stock and now it's updating again through FH29 and FL22...

I think it's meant to patch the exploit. Don't install it if you're already rooted.
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There is an update right now and it just about fubar'ed my phone. Had to use Odin to go back to stock and now it's updating again through FH29 and FL22...

I think it's meant to patch the exploit. Don't install it if you're already rooted.
I turn off my a phones update checking. It just causes hassle if you are rooted or have apps that aren't compatible with the update.

Yeah it is supposed to patch the exploit , but you can still root your phone with Odin if you have updated to FL24.
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Is ga10 jb 4.1.2?
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