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Master Geek

Topic # 54749 21-Dec-2009 14:07
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There is a Nokia E71 update version 300.21.012 - YAY

Get it here (at your own risk)

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  Reply # 284380 21-Dec-2009 14:30
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r0bbie: There is a Nokia E71 update version 300.21.012 - YAY

Get it here (at your own risk)

Not sure about you, but when I used Nokia PC Suite last week, it updated me to V300.21.013.

Have you tried updating through PC Suite?

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  Reply # 284381 21-Dec-2009 14:35
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wonder what the .001 difference is lol


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  Reply # 284384 21-Dec-2009 14:49
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Just checked my pc suite and it still uses the nokia updater and its showing 300.21.012?!

Weird maybe they rolled back?!

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  Reply # 284385 21-Dec-2009 14:51
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v400 has been available now for a number of weeks but not for all product codes. It offers some significant advantages over v300 and IMHO seems snappier.

Usual precautions apply if you change your product code with NSS to do this.

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