Denim update causing slow webpage loads

AV2RY

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@Toan Le @awilliams1701 guys i wasnt referring to actual update. It was just simple joke that this MS error (updating extras+info with wrong info) doesnt affect Verizon phones (my 928) not showing Cyan or Denim IN extra info. on other side i know Verizon has to (finally finish testing and) push the update
 

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I think Verizon has already have finished testing all updates for the Icon and possibly all windows phones. As in there won't be any on the current lineup.

@Toan Le @awilliams1701 guys i wasnt referring to actual update. It was just simple joke that this MS error (updating extras+info with wrong info) doesnt affect Verizon phones (my 928) not showing Cyan or Denim IN extra info. on other side i know Verizon has to (finally finish testing and) push the update
 

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Amazing how an imaginary update can cause a problem, moreover
I didn't know a phone could be subject to the placebo effect.
Go figure :confused:
 

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When you update the OS, my advice is to unplug the phone before : the device shouldn't be charging DURING the update. Most of those who have battery issues had kept their device plugged when upgrading; this may cause a de-calibration of the battery.

Just charge it to 100%, un plug the device and apply any update (PfD or GDR1 when it's rolled out officially).

Can you please cite a verifiable source for this claim? It otherwise amounts to no more than perpetuating an urban legend based upon one's own opinion and impressions.
 

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Can you please cite a verifiable source for this claim? It otherwise amounts to no more than perpetuating an urban legend based upon one's own opinion and impressions.

I agree - any advise to not plug the phone in during an update is a complete urban legend.

Not having your phone plugged in during a firmware update is a BAD thing. You're asking for trouble because the phone gets hit pretty hard during every update as it's running 100% for 5 minutes-5 hours depending on the phone. You don't want a phone to loose power during an update as that has potential to loose data at minimum.
 

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realwarder said:
I agree - any advise to not plug the phone in during an update is a complete urban legend.

Not having your phone plugged in during a firmware update is a BAD thing. You're asking for trouble because the phone gets hit pretty hard during every update as it's running 100% for 5 minutes-5 hours depending on the phone. You don't want a phone to loose power during an update as that has potential to loose data at minimum.

Speaking of urban legends, do you know real cases where people started to flash at 100% and ended with an empty battery?

Flashing the device when it's at 100% is OK, and you certainly don't need a wall charger. You always can plug the wall charger after hours if the update take more time than planned.
 

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stephen_az said:
Can you please cite a verifiable source for this claim? It otherwise amounts to no more than perpetuating an
urban legend based upon one's own opinion and impressions.

I had read this on a French windowsphone forum, during the first DevPreview release. A guy had that assumption and tested it against those who had a "battery" issue after that DevPreview update, and most of them had flashed the DP while being plugged. I can try to find again that article, it was in april.
 

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Windows central uploaded a news that the denim information in the setting is wrong. It's just a bug. Actual version is still cyan.
 

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Thanks Paul; the problem is that OP has GDR1, maybe because the previous owner installed DP (hard reset doesn't wipe OS updates). Hence the advice to flash with nokia recovery tool.
 

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Finally resets the phone with Nokia Recovery Tool. Lost the developer preview, no more live folders, it really is a handy feature.
 

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