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  1. pbluv's Avatar
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    I currently have 2.1.0.1314 on my playbook.

    When I connect to a new wifi (eg. at my brother's, at a public spot), I get a notification of an application update version 2.1.0.1314

    Why is this happening? It only seems to happen upon connecting to a network I've not connected to before.
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    Delete the saved connection, do a reboot and then re-establish it again.
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    It could be identifying that you are in a different region, for example sometimes service providers in Canada can appear to be in US and vice versa because of the ip addresses.
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    Does it say what size the update is?

    Sometimes I've read about people getting random small updates, because they've deleted / uninstalled something that the software update thing will try and put back.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wongsky View Post
    Does it say what size the update is?

    Sometimes I've read about people getting random small updates, because they've deleted / uninstalled something that the software update thing will try and put back.
    In fact a few weeks back, I got a tiny 4meg update - never did figure out what it was about.
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    @Scotter75 - The connection(s) weren't saved, so nothing to delete.
    @djenkins6 - why would my location trigger a need for an update to the OS?
    @Wongsky - it says 17 Mb, which I think was the original size of the update (and I haven't uninstalled anything)
    I guess I'll backup, reboot, and if it still wants to update, I'll let it.
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    17 mb was not the original size. Your PlayBook is likely missing something. Just update it.
    I waited...It launched...Im still waiting...
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    Quote Originally Posted by BB-Bmore View Post
    17 mb was not the original size. Your PlayBook is likely missing something. Just update it.
    Agreed - think 1088 was pretty big ~400M, 1314 was something like 37M for me.
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    OK, so I did the update. Don't see a difference in anything, but the sky didn't fall so <shrug>
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    Quote Originally Posted by F2 View Post
    In fact a few weeks back, I got a tiny 4meg update - never did figure out what it was about.
    Yes, it is regional. So if I connect to my work wifi hotspot, it appears that I am in Michigan and get a small 4 meg or so update. Must contain US specific stuff.

    Normally, it would appear that I am in Canada.

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