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Didn't make a soft update (Galaxy SII)

Discussion in 'Android Lounge' started by zurabug, Jan 22, 2013.

  1. zurabug

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    hi,
    There are two Galaxy SII in our family (absolutely the same, bought at the same store, at the same time).

    One phone made a soft update (from 2.3.3 to newest one) and it's ok, but another didn't ("no update available") and still it keeps version 2.3.3.

    Could you please give me an advice what to do? (I don't want to root it)
     

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    welcome to the forums!!!!!!

    updates usually get rolled out in bunches by the carrier. how they roll them out, i'm not sure. the only thing you can do really is be patient it should come to your phone at some point. make sure that you have the check software update notification checked.
     
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    Yes, I have checked update notification and also check for updates manually everyday (exhausted)
    Does it have any importance in which country you live?

    Thanks for your answer... :)
     
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    your welcome. just be patient it should roll out to you shortly.

    edit: it might. not sure on countries, but i would think it would apply the same. if anything you can always contact your carrier and ask them.
     
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    Even though the phones might be exactly the same bought at the same minute even, and even activated together, they could potentially receive the OTA update as far as weeks apart, just because the process of sending out the update is random at best.

    If you want a more accurate guestimate you could try contacting your carrier.
     
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