10-01-2011 02:42 PM
If like me, your Nexus S lost most or all connectivity to the cellular network following the update, the link below will be what you are looking for. Follow the instructions at the bottom carefully. Method 2 worked for me.
10-03-2011 09:15 AM
Really? I thought I was behind in getting the update. I never even recieved the earlier version of the update 2.3.6(GRK39C) which causedwifi/tethering issues for some. The new one (GRK39F) rolled out one the 25th of September. If you haven't recieved it yet, it should arrive soon I would imagine. If you can't wait, its pretty easy to flash it to the phone manually.
10-03-2011 11:50 AM
Please be aware that any modifications done to the phone's software (IE flashing the phone with a firmware not released by Fido) will void the warranty on your device.
10-03-2011 12:29 PM
Good point! I should have mentioned that.
Perhaps a Fido representative can comment since this is an exceptional situation where both technical support for Fido and Samsung offer no solutions? Its not a just response for an OTA update sanctioned by Fido which may result in making the device inoperable for its intended use.
10-06-2011 05:30 PM
10-21-2011 09:34 AM
I used the KF1 version which I believe is the baseband variant for Rogers/Fido, though I can't garauntee that since I bought from Bestbuy prior to Fido officially carrying it in store. I believe that as long as you avoid radio versions for the I9020T (Wind Mobile/T-Mobile variant) you should be ok.
10-23-2011 07:36 AM
sigh, totally didnt work for me...
i went to the fido store today and requested a new sim card (still not working)
I flashed back to (what i think is) stock radio, but nothing =/
Currently where I am at: