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Samsung quick to send out fix for Rogers Galaxy S2 LTE

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Samsung sent out an update last week for Rogers customers who own the Galaxy S2 LTE & it seems there were some issues. Well Samsung has been very quick to fix these issues & have just announced on their Facebook page that they are rolling out an update to fix these issues. If you updated your Galaxy S2 LTE already you’ll need to update over KIES according to Samsung, but if you haven’t updated to JB yet then you can now update with an OTA update that should be waiting for you.

Go to your settings – About device – Software update – Update & download the new update with all the bugs fixed.
Great work with the quick fixes Samsung.
Has anyone updated previously & had issues then updated this new version? Does it fix the issues?
Let us know in the comments below.

ANDROID IS THE FUTURE

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Rogers Samsung Galaxy S2 LTE gets updated to Jelly Bean

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Rogers Samsung Galaxy S2 LTE users can now get a taste of the Jelly Bean version of Android. Specifically Android 4.1.2 can be downloaded OTA (over-the-air) and via Samsung Kies.
If you have a Rogers Galaxy S2 LTE you might want to go to your settings – About Phone & Update your device.
After you update come back & let us know what you think, does the new version of the Android OS run good on the top tier device from 2011?

ANDROID IS THE FUTURE

Rogers pushes back the Jelly Bean update for 4 handsets

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Seems Rogers has pushed back the Jelly Bean update for 4 of its handsets that were scheduled to be updated this month.

– Samsung Galaxy S II LTE
– Samsung Galaxy Note
– Motorola Razr HD
– Sony Xperia T

Now these handsets are all scheduled to be upgraded to Jelly Bean February”

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Well what do you all think, will we see these updates land next month or do you suspect them to be pushed back yet again?
Will you wait it out or will you be heading out to purchase a new phone after this announcement?
Let us know in the comments below.

ANDROID IS THE FUTURE

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