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Topic # 5522 4-Nov-2005 08:45
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Yes, that's right... Didn't buy it on purpose, but found a very good deal, so had to buy it...

So I wouldn't let it pass. After all I can use the Jasjar instead of my MPx220 Smartphone in some situations - 3G is better than GPRS, isn't it?

It's charging now, and will do a ROM update (if required) soon after. Then start installing stuff. Let's see how it goes.

I am also expecting an Apache any moment soon (or later)?

I have been Pocket PC-less during the last few days, since I had packed the iPAQ h4150 and Harrier to sell on Trademe (the h4150 is gone, the Harrier is still listed). At least now I have a Pocket PC again.

And for some that may think we get freebies here, no, I didn't get mine sent from Vodafone (remember, the review one I had was from O2 and that is already gone back).






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Reply # 22633 4-Nov-2005 12:02
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how good the deal did you get for JasJar?




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Reply # 22640 4-Nov-2005 13:40
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How about in a PM mums the word

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Reply # 22646 4-Nov-2005 16:59
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YAY just got the phone call I have being waiting for my jamjar will be here Tuesday afternnon

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Reply # 22648 4-Nov-2005 17:11
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jamjar? is it apricot jam or strawberry jam?




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Reply # 22649 4-Nov-2005 17:15
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Rather costly to put on toast but thats my new name for it as when I say jasjar to anyone they look at like as if I am on drugs or something



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Reply # 22650 4-Nov-2005 17:21
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Went to a Telecom store (Johnsonville) to swap the ESN from my Harrier to the Apache. While there I showed the guys the Jasjar. Enough to say some drooled over it too...





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Reply # 22651 4-Nov-2005 17:28
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freitasm did you have to do a ROM update or was the latest on there already. Can you advise the latest ROM version (me to lazy to look at carrier devices site)



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Reply # 22653 4-Nov-2005 17:37
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I've downloaded from i-mate, the data for i-mate Jasjar is:

ROM version 1.13.53 WWE
ROM date: 09/23/05
Radio version: 1.03.01
Protocol version: 42.36.P8
ExtROM version: 1.13.137 WWE





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Reply # 22654 4-Nov-2005 17:39
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Thank you

Can't wait till mine gets here Tuesday Christmas has come early

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Reply # 22656 4-Nov-2005 18:25
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Mauricio. could you give it a thorough test, namely a test about its speed. I read too much on the net that said the speed on JasJar is disappointing, and is it necessary to run the antivirus on it?




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Reply # 22657 4-Nov-2005 18:28
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The Antivirus and a couple of games are not required. I removed these after the ROM update, simply with the Remove Tool from the Control Panel.

I am finding it quite ok for speed (both the Jasjar and Apache). I found that SOTI Pocket Controller was causing problems with responsiveness, so I hard reset the devices and installed everything but SOTI Pocket Controller. They both seem to be happier now.





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Reply # 22669 4-Nov-2005 21:14
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mmm sounds ideal.... now excuse me while i rob a bank.. LOL




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Reply # 22671 5-Nov-2005 00:12
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I had to rob my savings account have not resorted to a balacalva yet

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