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Old 04-23-2005, 10:12 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I am running BB os V 4.0.0.196 on my 7100g (my crappy provider is cellular one through Dobson).
My question is; is there any good reason to search for an upgrade that will work with cellone? Such as programs running more efficiently, like the TCP/IP programs... I already have to reset the phone if I want to switch from using verichat or telnet and try using my browser.
I suppose I should also ask if it is likely that I will have any issues upgrading with another provider's software?
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No, another providers software shouldn't harm the device's operation any.
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