Blackberry curve not updating emails

10-Dec-2019 08:25

We have done a complete factory reset – taken the battery out – but still nothing. I know this update through VF has been out for about a month now or so but still havent done it. I would do it again bit this time I would ommit the knox bootloader from the firmware package.The phone has never been rooted; I'm not sure how to fix it for him. Thanks, Mark Hi hellrc5 I have tried nothing happens I have tried to root it but when I restart the phone i get a message saying Unfortunately, supersu has stopped. if your phone is not rooted and no need for third party recovery then it is not a problem for you I was on 4.1.2 and hated my phone.Upgraded to 4.4.2 using the Nordic firmware available on Sam Mobile and also referenced here Rooted as well because I run Viper4 audio So far so good :-) 4-2-kitkat-software-update-1448240 Samsung had released Android 4.4.2 Kit Kat software update for the international model of Galaxy Note 2 last month.

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Hi Firstly, I'm note sure if this is the right place for this post...

Faster, more stable, and the battery is no longer like quicksand in my hand. I've got a problem with my Note 2 (7105T) being stuck on version 4.1.2. The software update says I'm on the latest version...

Edit: I've done some research and decided to flash with a tool called Odin using a firmware downloaded from: (specifically: Despite running Android 4.3, I'm getting fed up with my Note 2 taking so long to bring up the camera, along with several other slow to react apps, so I'm contemplating doing something dramatic too, although maybe not a full reset ... I was a keen xdadevelopers reader and could update my old HTC Touch 2 with the latest WM6 hack and restore all my settings with my eyes closed ... Fiddling with more bleeding edge Android updates is a bit new to me – back to baby steps now. then i noticed whinging but i think waiting is more appropriate. 20% burned just browsing via wifi with screen brightness on lowest. Found some genuine on ebay for , is there a better option though.

Anyway, my brother has a Galaxy Note 2 from Telstra. Performance wise, better or worse So assume if you were currently on 4.1.2 would you update to this new 4.3.

For some reason the phone froze today and after being rebooted (by removing the battery), it is now stuck in factory mode. On the screen there is a big box with the phone stats and setting in it. I am planning to do this update probably today on my Note II which is through CJ's/VF. Thanks bit better battery life and slightly better performance and some minor features like lockscreen widgets.

Hi Firstly, I'm note sure if this is the right place for this post...

Faster, more stable, and the battery is no longer like quicksand in my hand. I've got a problem with my Note 2 (7105T) being stuck on version 4.1.2. The software update says I'm on the latest version...

Edit: I've done some research and decided to flash with a tool called Odin using a firmware downloaded from: (specifically: Despite running Android 4.3, I'm getting fed up with my Note 2 taking so long to bring up the camera, along with several other slow to react apps, so I'm contemplating doing something dramatic too, although maybe not a full reset ... I was a keen xdadevelopers reader and could update my old HTC Touch 2 with the latest WM6 hack and restore all my settings with my eyes closed ... Fiddling with more bleeding edge Android updates is a bit new to me – back to baby steps now. then i noticed whinging but i think waiting is more appropriate. 20% burned just browsing via wifi with screen brightness on lowest. Found some genuine on ebay for , is there a better option though.

Anyway, my brother has a Galaxy Note 2 from Telstra. Performance wise, better or worse So assume if you were currently on 4.1.2 would you update to this new 4.3.

For some reason the phone froze today and after being rebooted (by removing the battery), it is now stuck in factory mode. On the screen there is a big box with the phone stats and setting in it. I am planning to do this update probably today on my Note II which is through CJ's/VF. Thanks bit better battery life and slightly better performance and some minor features like lockscreen widgets.

There are not many visual enhancements, but under the hood they have definitely worked out some bugs, and it is just sooooo smooth!