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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by drexappeal, Jul 16, 2013.

  1. drexappeal

    drexappeal Extreme Android User
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    Surprised nobody mentioned this article in here:

    Samsung Might Skip 4.2.2 Update for Galaxy S3 and Note 2, Plans Jelly Bean 4.3 Instead, along with Galaxy S4 | Temefy

    I don't mind, as long as the Note 2 isn't abandoned by Samsung, like the Photon and Atrix were by Motorola.

    Article also mentions that Note 2 will be getting Key Lime Pie, which is encouraging. Just wonder how long it'll be, until we actually get Key Lime Pie (especially since 4.2.2 is delayed and potentially will be skipped over).
     


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  2. twister6

    twister6 Android Expert

    I'm all for 4.3!!! Heard it will fix a lot of bluetooth problems related to low power BT4.0. That one is a big hurdle when it comes to smartwatches and other bt devices relying on bt4.0.
     
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  3. Frisco

    Frisco =Luceat Lux Vestra=

    Well, if Sprint gets all that some time this year, Verizon customers can expect to see Key Lime Pie by 2018 or so.

    I can hardly wait. And I won't. ;)
     
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  4. drexappeal

    drexappeal Extreme Android User
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    Didn't realize how big an improvement BT4.0 is, but I've been reading up on it. Something still confuses me, when it comes to that though.

    If a device is equipped with BT4.0, but the BT device you're using is 3.0 and lower, is there still lower battery consumption?
     
  5. twister6

    twister6 Android Expert

    Both host (phone) and accessory needs to have BT4.0 (BLE - bluetooth low energy) since it's a brand new protocol stack. I just know from communication with MetaWatch guys that Google messed something up with a protocol implementation in 4.1.x/4.2.x while in 4.3 it will be fixed.

    Btw, BT4.0 is backward compatible with previous BT2.0/3.0 standards since it supports both high speed and classic bluetooth protocols.
     
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  6. Caloy

    Caloy Android Expert

    That post made my day even brighter, thanks!

    Sent using the force
     
  7. drexappeal

    drexappeal Extreme Android User
    Thread Starter

    Thanks for the explanation. I guess that I don't have any bt devices that'll take full advantage then.

    I'll just need to upgrade my bt headsets
     
  8. Northstar01

    Northstar01 Newbie

    Yeah read the article.. I still would and hope they give us Note 2 users 4.2.2
     
  9. leftstrat

    leftstrat Newbie

    I'm on Sprint, so it'll probably be another year. :)
     
  10. drexappeal

    drexappeal Extreme Android User
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    I dunno. Sprint has been known to update fairly fast, for their top of the line phones. I'm on Sprint also.
     

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