Again if you can get those reps to give u actual proof it's been pushed then I will believe them. As I said before when I worked for Sony we were told to tell customers the update was given to the carriers when in fact it was never given. It's a script all manufacturers and companies use to make customers happy. I explained that a couple of times
That's exactly what I am saying. Why else would they have removed it off of their site?. So in reality Rogers can't be blamed if Telus is going public saying LG is refusing to update the device. Rogers and no other carrier can't do anything.
Meowmix, I'm with you on this specific case where it's probably LG Canada not releasing the update for the D803 (or, most probably, not bothering to put it together in the first place).
HOWEVER, where I DO blame Rogers (and for that matter, most other Canadian carriers) is their nasty habit of specifying specific models for their customers. Like Canadians were so unique as to require different handsets to the rest of the world... I'm sure it's because of crap like this that LG is not playing ball with Canadian carriers when the time comes to update devices... The meeting probably goes like this:
LG: So, you cost me X money a year and a half ago with all your little specs and whatnot... Now, no way I'l go through the hassle of building you a new ROM for your little weirdo device. Unless you pay me $XX extra. Rogers / Bell / Telus: Never mind... we'll just try to sell new devices to our clients anyway.
Honestly no one knows what is going on. We can all guess but no one is right until something official comes out explaining who did it. Do i think its the carriers? I do BUT if again if LG wanted to be loyal to their customers they would have done it.
IT seems like something is going on & we wont find out. Either way LG has done this in the past not only to us but in the states as well with some devices. Who knows though.