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Old 02-25-2009, 05:34 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Question Storm: Why So Many Different Problems With Same Beta.

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I'm referring to problems being reported by some and others say no problem. Let's take the mms issue where people were reporting that they couldn't send pictures. I didn't have this problem with .103. Now people are reporting that .109 fixed the problem. Some are saying it isn't fixed.

I don't get it. This is an entire OS, and I understand Beta can be problematic but shouldn't the problems be consistant?

I personally have had a problem with taking my pictures stored on my memory card and using them as wallpaper. Not a big deal, but nobody else seems to have this issue but me.

I had this problem with .103 along with a problem of sending these pictures via email. With .109 the email problem went away. Yet I haven't seen one other post from anybody with a similar issue.

I know we got some super smart people in here. Any ideas?
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Both the MMS and Email attachments can be related to service book issues as well. So, the OS is not the only thing entering in to the equation.
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Both the MMS and Email attachments can be related to service book issues as well. So, the OS is not the only thing entering in to the equation.
That actually explains a great deal. I keep thinking of Blackberry working just like a computer. Take the service book. Until today I had no idea what that even was, I happen to read a thread about someone losing their browser and they were told to have their service books resent.

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