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    Default When to expect Android 4.2.2

    I have been eagerly waiting for the latest version of android, 4.2.2 on my Samsung Galaxy S3. After the advent of ios7 I'm more desperate than ever.
    Does anyone know when will it land on?

    Sent from my GSIII
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    Default Re: When to expect Android 4.2.2

    1. iOS 7 isn't available yet. Most people expect a September release, so don't get your shorts in a wad over iOS 7.
    2. iOS 7 really doesn't offer anything Android doesn't already do, so why get upset over a non-existent OS that isn't all that special anyway?3
    3. What does iOS 7 have to do with what your Android phone does or doesn't run?
    4. To answer you question, no one outside of Sprint knows. But it's been released for the international version, and Sprint generally follows several months later. So probably about the same time OS 7 is actually available.
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    It gives rise to jealousy as ios guys will have a latest os and i will be kinda deprived of new os.
    For the record I have international version only.

    Sent from my GSIII
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    Quote Originally Posted by meyerweb View Post
    1. iOS 7 isn't available yet. Most people expect a September release, so don't get your shorts in a wad over iOS 7.
    2. iOS 7 really doesn't offer anything Android doesn't already do, so why get upset over a non-existent OS that isn't all that special anyway?3
    3. What does iOS 7 have to do with what your Android phone does or doesn't run?
    4. To answer you question, no one outside of Sprint knows. But it's been released for the international version, and Sprint generally follows several months later. So probably about the same time OS 7 is actually available.
    Did they really release 4.2 for intl version? :o

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    I've been on 4.2.2 since February, lmao

    Sent from my Sprint Samsung Galaxy s3 with a 7000mah extended battery... Because I'm not a chick with dainty hands or an HTC one user
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    Quote Originally Posted by Soundtrack to Chaos View Post
    I've been on 4.2.2 since February, lmao

    Sent from my Sprint Samsung Galaxy s3 with a 7000mah extended battery... Because I'm not a chick with dainty hands or an HTC one user
    Weird, i have an intl s3 and havent recieved the 4.2 update

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    Quote Originally Posted by Soundtrack to Chaos View Post
    I've been on 4.2.2 since February, lmao

    Sent from my Sprint Samsung Galaxy s3 with a 7000mah extended battery... Because I'm not a chick with dainty hands or an HTC one user
    Lemme guess...AOSP ROM? lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by Deadly_Poison630 View Post
    Lemme guess...AOSP ROM? lol
    Yup!!

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    Default Re: When to expect Android 4.2.2

    I have international version. So i guess not possible, though it is available on Sammovile.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Soundtrack to Chaos View Post
    Yup!!

    Sent from my Sprint Samsung Galaxy s3 with a 7000mah extended battery... Because I'm not a chick with dainty hands or an HTC one user
    lol knew it. if you dont mind me asking..which one have you been using?
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    Default Re: When to expect Android 4.2.2

    The 4.2.2 release has been delayed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chirag05 View Post
    It gives rise to jealousy as ios guys will have a latest os and i will be kinda deprived of new os.
    For the record I have international version only.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deadly_Poison630 View Post
    lol knew it. if you dont mind me asking..which one have you been using?
    Liquid smooth v2.4 running in my sprint s3

    Loooove this rom

    Sent from my Google Nexus 7 running aokp 4.1.2 #AOKP-Till-I-Die
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    Quote Originally Posted by chirag05 View Post
    I have been eagerly waiting for the latest version of android, 4.2.2 on my Samsung Galaxy S3. After the advent of ios7 I'm more desperate than ever.
    Does anyone know when will it land on?

    Sent from my GSIII
    you'll kill yourself worrying about it. best thing to do right is just forget about it. it's not worth the headache
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    Default Re: When to expect Android 4.2.2

    Quote Originally Posted by Soundtrack to Chaos View Post
    Liquid smooth v2.4 running in my sprint s3

    Loooove this rom

    Sent from my Google Nexus 7 running aokp 4.1.2 #AOKP-Till-I-Die
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    Quote Originally Posted by mouseglider View Post
    Question, does this give you the S4 camera features?
    As far as I know it's just the stock camera. The rom is for the s3 so I doubt it

    And I really don't use my camera at all

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    Quote Originally Posted by Soundtrack to Chaos View Post
    As far as I know it's just the stock camera. The rom is for the s3 so I doubt it

    And I really don't use my camera at all

    Sent from my Sprint Samsung Galaxy s3 with a 7000mah extended battery... Because I'm not a chick with dainty hands or an HTC one user
    I did a search on that rom and it didn't say anything of a possible S4 camera features, so you confirmed it - thank you very much! I actually use my camera a lot - I guess I am at the other end of the spectrum as far as camera usage.

    I thought I read somewhere that 4.2.2 had the camera S4 features - maybe it is just the real OTA if we ever get it.
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