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Old 05-22-2009, 11:04 AM   #1 (permalink)
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My 8900 came with OS .109. Platform .74.

Cincinnati Bell only lists .176 and platform .109 as their latest.

Is there any benefit to me to upgrade. A feature I would gain? Things work fine and I get youtube now, albeit with some buffering.

Not sure why youtube started working. I have had trouble at home with connecting with my home wifi either on or off. I do tend to have low signal strength at the house. At work, a metal building, no problem at the moment. Oh well?

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No additional features; bug fixes. If you are having problems, you may want to consider the latest released version for the 8900.
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No problems, no bugs.

I will stay with .109.




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