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Old 02-07-2006, 10:27 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Does anyone have any experience using 4.1 on a Rogers 7290 in an enterprise?

Will I totally screw up by installing 4.1?
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Old 02-08-2006, 01:39 PM   #2 (permalink)
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the only thing u probably wont get is the bluetooth sync. Im with rogers and have no problems apart from that!
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Thanks for the input amassere, but do you or anyone, know if upgrading will affect my wireless enterprise connection?
The bb was given to me at work and gets its email from an exchange server.
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you will need to re-activate enterprise activation. your bes admin will need to set an activation password for you.
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Thanks for the input amassere, but do you or anyone, know if upgrading will affect my wireless enterprise connection?
The bb was given to me at work and gets its email from an exchange server.
As mentioned, you'll have to reactivate. My adviceis DON'T DO IT. I would not want to be you calling I.T. to redo the adcivation because you upgraded your handset.

I'm the I.T. guy in my company, and my first reaction would be to have you give me your BB, and I'd reload the approved OS. My other reaction would be to not give it back to you. Don't make support's life harder by screwing with your device.
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or u can just say that you needed to reset ur bbcause u were having trtobule with it...
and then get a new passwd!
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I am running a BB7290 on Rogers Network using the Hong Kong 4.1 release, no issues since 2 weeks. I am on BES as well, everything seems to work fine.
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