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Topic # 23357 26-Jun-2008 13:38
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Hi, I'm new to these forums & apologies if this is a dumb question, but.....

Is all the software and apps (& other information) for the htc touch phones, compatible with the okta branded touch?


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  Reply # 140702 26-Jun-2008 14:04
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can you elaborate what sort of software? as they are pocket PC software, geekzone has a store full of it.



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  Reply # 140708 26-Jun-2008 14:27
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In specifically I was thinking of the touchpal keyboard and the spb shell, but it was a general question, as everything mentions the htc touch but not okta.  I am aware they are made by htc and rebranded as okta, but they do appear to have altered them quite a bit (hardware wise) and I wasn't sure if there was any other differences that would stop me using (for instance) the htc diamond software etc.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 140716 26-Jun-2008 15:06
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Yes, the Okta Touch is the same as HTC Touch, just a different radio for mobile communications.

And yes, if you buy from our online store it helps us keep the site running...





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