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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by willhamhole, Jan 8, 2013.

  1. willhamhole

    willhamhole Member
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    Woke up this morning to a ota update.
    I'm on orange (ee) in the UK. Updated to jb when it came out and the version is still 4.1.2.
    Update said it was adding new features, any one knew what they might be lol
     



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  2. silentwitness

    silentwitness Android Expert

  3. willhamhole

    willhamhole Member
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    It said 'new features' didn't say anything about a fix
     
  4. aldo82

    aldo82 Well-Known Member

    i thought orange was on 4.1.1, therefore if its now showing 4.1.2 then thats your upgrade. Google the 4.1.2 upgrade to see what you get or look at threads on here as I can't think of them all. Main feature is multi window (having two apps on screen at once). Others include adjustable notification toggles, something called 'page buddy', keyboard imporvements, chrome included as default, general ui updates.....

    If you were already on 4.1.2 then I think they re-issued it to block a security vulnerability
     
  5. willhamhole

    willhamhole Member
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    Was on 4.1.2, still am after update, looked into it on xda. Was the exynos, sudden death and a bootloader/trust update
     
  6. CmdrBond

    CmdrBond Well-Known Member

    3 pulled their finger out and finally pushed 4.1.2 this morning.
     
  7. SUroot

    SUroot Extreme Android User

    No, this article is wrong. It is combining 2 faults into 1. It is getting mixed up between the Exynos Memory exploit and the Sudden death fix

    The new bootloader is rumoured to fix the Sudden death issue however there is absolutely zero evidence of it. All this bootloader does is introduce a way to prevent permanent flash counter resetting.

    As for teh Exynos flaw, yes apparently a fix is being pushed for this currently so any update after 4.1.2 is most likely that.

    I would ask that people refrain from posting that article though as its written terribly and completely inaccurate.
     
  8. GTWalling

    GTWalling Android Expert

    SUroot, that is the reason I had fix in quotes. Their statement not mine.
     
  9. bitsandpcs

    bitsandpcs Lurker

    I am on the 3 network and I have had the 4.1.2 update for a few weeks now so does this mean I have an unbranded/unlocked phone?

    And the phone is performing the latest update now.
     
  10. SUroot

    SUroot Extreme Android User

    If you got it directly from 3 UK, it will be branded. If it was Phones4u / CPW, its unbranded.

    If you type *#1234# into the dialer, that info can tell us for sure.
     
  11. dan44762000

    dan44762000 Well-Known Member

    perhaps you should take that up with C-net then ?

     
  12. bitsandpcs

    bitsandpcs Lurker

    I bought it from Tesco with a three contract, just typed the above and got this info:

    AP: I9300XXELLA
    CP: I9300XXELLA
    CSC: I9300OXAELLA
     
  13. SUroot

    SUroot Extreme Android User

    The article states that there is speculation surrounding Samsung ALSO fixing the sudden death issue, which is accurate. There is speculation that the sboot packaged with XXELLA fixes it. As I have already stated, there is ZERO evidence to suggest that.

    The update does indeed address the Exynos flaw, that's not speculation.


    ...But this isn't what the CNET article says. The CNET article is calling the Exynos security flaw "Sudden Death" which is inaccurate. This is my point.

    The comments in the article already pull CNET on this so:

    1) No need for me to
    2) Not sure what your problem here is.

    I simply want people to understand the current situation by reading articles that are accurate.

    Unbranded
     
  14. bitsandpcs

    bitsandpcs Lurker

    Cheers SUroot
     
  15. GTWalling

    GTWalling Android Expert

  16. SUroot

    SUroot Extreme Android User

    No probs

    Here's some fresh info today from one of the gt-i9300's most prominent kernel devs....

     

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