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  1. Greg C's Avatar
    Anyone else still waiting for the ota? - xda-developers Scroll down a bit and you will see the instructions. I did it and it worked perfectly.
    02-14-2013 05:51 PM
  2. PhilSterBoy's Avatar
    Didn't work for me

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    02-14-2013 06:35 PM
  3. Lanhoj's Avatar
    Worked for me though took almost a dozen attempts in pretty quick succession.

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    02-14-2013 06:38 PM
  4. Xm_jdm's Avatar
    I've heard this method is NOT recommended. I'll pass.
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    02-14-2013 07:25 PM
  5. Phil Nickinson's Avatar
    Why does anyone think that's easier/safer than sideloading the update? I just don't understand ...
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    02-14-2013 07:35 PM
  6. chubb's Avatar
    Just worked on mine. To answer Phil, I don't think its safer but it was easier for me to do this way while on the couch

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    02-14-2013 07:46 PM
  7. Lanhoj's Avatar
    Why does anyone think that's easier/safer than sideloading the update?
    ...
    Safer no, easier though...tried sideloading but couldn't get it to work, does my bootloader need to be unlocked?
    Anyhow, I "forced" it already.
    02-14-2013 08:05 PM
  8. Chex313's Avatar
    Why does anyone think that's easier/safer than sideloading the update? I just don't understand ...
    I think its way easier to use the clear Google services framework....Takes less then a minute. Boom there's the OTA. Don't need to go to xda tho, its plastered all over AC.
    02-14-2013 08:17 PM
  9. jd914's Avatar
    I've heard this method is NOT recommended. I'll pass.
    I don't know where you heard that, it's quite harmless.

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    02-14-2013 08:30 PM
  10. Greg C's Avatar
    Why does anyone think that's easier/safer than sideloading the update? I just don't understand ...
    It was easier then sideloading for ME because I've never sideloaded before. No computer is needed and I had it downloading in no time.
    02-14-2013 09:39 PM
  11. Greg C's Avatar
    I think its way easier to use the clear Google services framework....Takes less then a minute. Boom there's the OTA. Don't need to go to xda tho, its plastered all over AC.
    I wasn't looking for it. I was looking at the threads on the XDA forum and stumbled upon it. Why does that method work? Anyone know?
    02-14-2013 09:53 PM
  12. boparunsxc's Avatar
    my guess is that the system thinks you're running a really old version of android (says it hasn't checked for an update since 1969) and just pushes 4.2.2 out. Maybe clearing the data on the google services framework somehow masks the IMEI?
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    02-14-2013 11:00 PM
  13. Lanhoj's Avatar
    I've heard this method is NOT recommended. I'll pass.
    Only negatives I've encountered is it screws up the Location permissions & the only way I've found to get them back is to clear the App Data of "Maps". Not a big deal IMO.
    02-15-2013 12:07 AM
  14. Go Ogle's Avatar
    How does one clear Google services framework. I just cleared data and uninstalled updates on something that I can't find in the app store... Google play services or something

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    02-15-2013 12:44 AM
  15. Qbancelli's Avatar
    I just did this and it worked the first time.
    Didn't install the update because I WANT MY LTE!

    And I'm not messing with the radio.
    02-15-2013 12:49 AM
  16. Qbancelli's Avatar
    How does one clear Google services framework. I just cleared data and uninstalled updates on something that I can't find in the app store... Google play services or something
    Go to Location Access
    Turn off Access to my Location

    go to settings -> apps -> all

    scroll down to Google-Services-Framework

    force stop and delete data

    then go to settings ->about-> system updates and it should say last update 01.01.1970

    check for updates and it should work
    02-15-2013 12:58 AM
  17. Greg C's Avatar
    I did have a Google Play error "Could not retrieve information" when I tried to updatean app . To fix this I removed my Google account from the phone and then signed back in. Lost my contacts but got them all back by syncing. This fixed the error problem.
    02-15-2013 03:29 AM
  18. Greg C's Avatar
    I've heard this method is NOT recommended. I'll pass.
    It's safe and quick. I had a minor hiccup with the Google Play store when I tried to update an app. All is good now. What's the reason you heard for it to not be recommended?
    02-15-2013 03:56 AM
  19. Xm_jdm's Avatar
    I've read it messed up notifications, location data (as one said), access to play store (a few over at xda had to completely reinstall the os). I'll wait. Good for those that it worked.
    02-15-2013 07:26 AM
  20. still1's Avatar
    here is how easily i did.

    1. downloaded ota on my phone. went to download folder
    2. parallely, i opened ROM manager. updated CWM recovery. rebooted to recovery from rom manager app.
    3. flashed!!! profit. took me only 2 min
    02-15-2013 10:28 AM
  21. Go Ogle's Avatar
    Go to Location Access
    Turn off Access to my Location

    go to settings -> apps -> all

    scroll down to Google-Services-Framework

    force stop and delete data

    then go to settings ->about-> system updates and it should say last update 01.01.1970

    check for updates and it should work
    Did this.. Didn't work

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    02-15-2013 01:00 PM
  22. omgzam's Avatar
    If you're unrooted, you can still get OTA updates to 4.2.2.

    Under Settings > Apps > Google Services Framework

    Disable > Force Stop > Clear Cache > Enable

    Now then proceed to Settings > About Phone > System Updates > Check Now

    Should be able to view the latest update.
    02-15-2013 01:33 PM
  23. Greg C's Avatar
    Didn't work for me

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    Did you try again?
    02-15-2013 02:13 PM
  24. nazem's Avatar
    It worked on my first try! Now I just have to wait till I get home for wifi.

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    02-15-2013 02:24 PM
  25. Goutham Selvaraj's Avatar
    worked for me.... I'm updating it now..... but I have question.... i juz stopped the google service.... do I need to re activate it or how to enable it again...?
    02-15-2013 02:40 PM
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