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    Default jelly bean update

    Hiya, sorry if this has been posted already, does anyone know when the 4.3 update is due for the note 2 in the uk?

    Cheers

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    Default Re: jelly bean update

    Hi, Not real sure on that. Another user posted a way to get the update now if your phone is ready. This worked on my sprint galaxy note2. Settings, Application Manager. Scroll to you see All. Then click on Google Service Framework. Clear cache/Data. Then go back to your system update and try updating. Hopefully this will help.

    USMC97/ GN2
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    Default Re: jelly bean update

    If you do that clear Google Services Framework just be aware that some apps may not work afterwards, like the Play Store. Just so you know...

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    Default Re: jelly bean update

    Yra, Haven't had any issues.

    USMC97/ GN2
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    Default Re: jelly bean update

    Quote Originally Posted by msndrstood View Post
    If you do that clear Google Services Framework just be aware that some apps may not work afterwards, like the Play Store. Just so you know...

    Sent via The Big, Bad, Beautiful Note 3
    Here is fix if it breaks your play store:

    To get started, go to Settings. Once in settings look for Accounts. The location varies from device to device, but it is normally near the middle of the main settings page.

    Once on accounts, tap on Google Accounts.

    In Google Accounts, scroll down and tap Remove. *When prompted agree to the pop-up warning that this will remove the account.

    Close Settings.

    Next tap on Google Play. Agree to the terms and conditions.

    When prompted tap on Existing Google Account and sign in to your Google account.

    After this is completed, updates should start*working*immediately. If they don’t, try restarting the phone.

    Once downloads are working, we need to go turn on*syncing*for the Google account.
    Go to Settings
    Accounts
    Google accounts
    Tap on your account
    Put a checkmark next to any service you use, like Gmail, calendar, contacts etc.
    This will turn syncing on and get the phone back to where it was before we removed the account.

    This should fix the Google Play error*RPC:S-5:AEC-0 on phones running Android 4.0 and higher, but if it does not, users may need to perform a hard reset.

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