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Topic # 83021 9-May-2011 08:44
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I was told by our Telecom reseller the other day she was going to get Froyo on her Galaxy and let me know how it goes. Presumably since they are an official reseller she wasnt' going to hack the registry or install a custom ROM so perhaps an official Telecom Froyo release is in the pipeline?

Anybody know about that?




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  Reply # 466992 9-May-2011 09:06
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lchiu7: I was told by our Telecom reseller the other day she was going to get Froyo on her Galaxy and let me know how it goes. Presumably since they are an official reseller she wasnt' going to hack the registry or install a custom ROM so perhaps an official Telecom Froyo release is in the pipeline?

Anybody know about that?


I thought Telecom wasn't doing 2.2 and was moving straight to 2.3?
 




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  Reply # 466999 9-May-2011 09:20
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Well that would be good. The problem I have with 2.1 is that I cannot manage the phone with Exchange Mobile so I can't enforce a PIN or have remote wipe capability.

Plus tethering the phone with BT seemed a bit hard to do while a wireless hotspot would be much easier for the user to handle.




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  Reply # 467840 11-May-2011 10:24
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Captivate at&t updated to 2.2 okay using kies mini In april



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  Reply # 468367 12-May-2011 16:04
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Did that require a registry hack?




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  Reply # 470354 17-May-2011 23:40
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Sorry for delay,i am out of country, no registry hack required, downloaded latest version of kies mini, and it worked (i was a bit surprised given kies past performance)
The captivate phone wais stock and rooted

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