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Default I have Rogers 4.2.0.51 should I go to .64?

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I am not finding any bugs in .51 and am afraid to go to tmobile .64. Will I gain anything by going to this upgrade?
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If you're comfortable with .51 stay with it. .64 does address some issues such as the status indicator light. You can always upgrade to .64 and if you don't like it roll back to .51 OS. I found .64 to be very stable with my Pearl.
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