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Topic # 7636 30-Apr-2006 13:00
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Hi All

I have an i-mate JasJar with Skype V1.2.0.88 pre-installed on the "external ROM".  I'd like to upgrade to v2.0.0.51 which supports video calling.

Is this as easy as removing the current version (using the internal "Remove Programs) and installing the new ??

Or is the location of the pre-installed version going to cause me problems ??

Cheers for any assistance.

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Reply # 34310 30-Apr-2006 14:52
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could you do a full backup of your device as is, then do the upgrade... if it kills anything or doesnt behave, then you can roll back...




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Reply # 34315 30-Apr-2006 17:17
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Skype supports video calls only on Windows desktop. There's no video calls on Skyp for Windows Mobile yet.







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Reply # 34328 30-Apr-2006 22:55
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Thanks for the quick response Mauricio.  I'll stick with the older version at the moment as it works okay.

Have you found any improvements with the newer version ??

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