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The u11 is a band 41 beast, at home when in my basement my s8+ would be either on band 25 or 26 100% of the time while my u11 is still on 3xCA most of the time.  

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Update available, comes in at a hefty 708.51mb.

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Yep, downloading now

 

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Any ideas of what is in the update?

 

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August security update and the usual vagaries of "system enhancements"

 

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Any ideas of what is in the update?

 

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60fps is now optional when shooting in 1080p, thats all I was really looking for.

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I was hoping, at that size, it was going to allow us to enable calling plus. Maybe next update!

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Looks like they changed a few things with the camera with the app update.

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My home button has been intermittently going off and on for the last day. At first it wouldn't respond at all and I finally got it to work by booting it into the diagnostic startup screen, then booting normally. Now every once in a while it just doesn't respond at all for min at a time. Anyone else come across anything like that?

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My home button has been intermittently going off and on for the last day. At first it wouldn't respond at all and I finally got it to work by booting it into the diagnostic startup screen, then booting normally. Now every once in a while it just doesn't respond at all for min at a time. Anyone else come across anything like that?

Haven't experienced anything like that.

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New update available. Seems to be the September security update. 

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Just downloaded/installed the latest update (~90 MB) which is October security update

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No Calling Plus yet? Alas.

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Is there a way to know this, other than it happening in real time?

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My home button has been intermittently going off and on for the last day. At first it wouldn't respond at all and I finally got it to work by booting it into the diagnostic startup screen, then booting normally. Now every once in a while it just doesn't respond at all for min at a time. Anyone else come across anything like that?
I'm pretty late replying to this, but the htc 10 had a similar problem and the workaround was to disable the mysprint app.

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