Froyo 2.2 In Switzerland anybody ?Support


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  1. SwissCheese

    SwissCheese New Member This Topic's Starter

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    Hi
    Anybody got Froyo in Switzerland yet or does anybody know when it will be arriving ?

    Regards
    Paul
     

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  2. oilyrag

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    Was not there last night, fought all day long and with help from this and other forums, finally got Kies to work.

    I bought my phone in CH, on orange.ch network, Kies is CH located but last night I was running a UK VPN (watching MOTD2), not sure if it checks IP addresses prior to update.

    Will use a CH IP Address this evening.
     
  3. SwissCheese

    SwissCheese New Member This Topic's Starter

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    Anybody got it yet, I'm with Sunrise and the update doesn't seem to be here...

    Regards
    Paul
     
  4. trevorCH

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    2.2 downloaded to my Galaxy S, from Swisscom at 13:30 today. No seriuos testing done yet but seems without problems. Regards TrevorCH
     
  5. sdolgy

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    all i've had are problems :(
     
  6. SwissCheese

    SwissCheese New Member This Topic's Starter

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    I'm still waiting.
    Kies says that there is no update available.
    I've got an unbranded phone which is running a baseband version of I9000XXJM1.
     
  7. iNot

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    same problem. Unbranded swiss galaxy s, purchased a few days ago. Did you manage to get the update? People usually say the branded phones get updates later because of delays from the network operators, but here it rather looks the opposite: it seems unbranded codes are somehow forgotten ...
     

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