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Old 07-03-2008, 01:11 AM   #1 (permalink)
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i'm moving from a 8800 to curve, is there anything i need to pay attention when moving everything over ie OS, compatibility with any particular software/programs...thanks
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No, most everything should move over ok. Use the Switch Device Wizard in Desktop Manager and you should be fine.
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darn...i didn't even know there was that option...but yeah, just installing a lot of my old apps onto the curve as some didn't get moved over, dont know why...but thanks
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Pls. advice the most powerfull : 8800 or 8300 ??
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depends entirely upon what you are looking to do. Battery life is much better on the 8800, but it doesnt have a camera.
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