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Topic # 7086 17-Mar-2006 20:16
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People over at pdaphonehome seem to have got hold of an early release of ppc-6700 which said to include push email and various other improvements (but no A2DP). Anyone know if there is an upcoming ROM update for Telecom version?

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Reply # 30953 17-Mar-2006 20:24
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Telecoms updates seem to be late, and to fix problems, not early to provide new features. Hopefully this may change....

(Im not Telecom bashing, im calling it how I see it. Does anybody remember the Nokia 6255 ?)

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Reply # 30955 17-Mar-2006 20:31
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What I know is that there is something in the works. I don't have information on when it is going to be released, but it should include AKU2 and its features (as it was pointed out before it may or may not include all features, it depends on how the O&M is doing the releases).



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Reply # 30956 17-Mar-2006 20:31
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That maybe true for Nokia, but I seems to recall that a ROM update for ppc-6600/Harrier first appeared from Telecom then by Sprint.

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Reply # 30959 17-Mar-2006 20:46
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It is in beta test now.

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Reply # 30981 17-Mar-2006 22:40
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sooner the better!

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Reply # 31005 18-Mar-2006 12:06

surely cant wait for it. any idea if this update will have A2DP support as the sprint one does not seem to have any A2DP support.

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