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Topic # 6568 5-Feb-2006 07:43
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I would like to know how could I update my Motorola V3? People have told me that there is a way to put the make a new video on my phone.. This update also gives u more memory.. is thia true and if so how do I do it.

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Michael

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  Reply # 27844 5-Feb-2006 09:48
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The update gives you a very little memory increase hardly worth the trouble



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  Reply # 27846 5-Feb-2006 10:35
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my friend got the video maker and almost 2mb of memory and he said it was an update.

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Reply # 27849 5-Feb-2006 13:55
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Well ask your friend where he got it done and go to the same place, Would that not be more logical



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  Reply # 27855 5-Feb-2006 16:03
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he's not around, I haven't seen him in about a week, they said he's out of town to Russia for the next couple of months.

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  Reply # 27856 5-Feb-2006 16:34
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Have a look at http://www.motox.us

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  Reply # 27857 5-Feb-2006 17:53
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Ring him then and ask or send him a Email



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  Reply # 27933 7-Feb-2006 02:12
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thanks SalmonSalami that site is perfect....

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Reply # 30232 9-Mar-2006 03:29
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Yer i broke my phone trying to mod it... i sent it to the O2 shop with my proof of purchase.... waited 7 days, got it back and it was fixed and they had put the new software on it so i could take videos and also put more memory on it, i was very please :D

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