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Old 01-12-2006, 04:25 PM   #1 (permalink)
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The new 8700's now have a preferred network list that allows the end user to configure.

My question is, does anyone think this is a potential pitfall to have this information available to the end user? Could they screw it up?

Also, is this an option that could be locked out of to prevent this potential pitfall?

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just treat the handheld like any mobile phone . Global roaming is to allow user to be mobile.
What i would suggest is to setup a user guide to teach them how to switch preferred network and how to re-set the handheld by taking out the battery etc.
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