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9 responses to “Today is Update Your Phone Day”

  1. 1oddmanout

    Tried to update my Mogul to 3.35; because of the resulting internet issues, and especially the newly inoperative headphone adapter (I don’t want to clip a wire) I went back to 2.17 (not easy, either – had to use relocker and reactivate the phone).

  2. Brent

    Updated my BB 8830 (Sprint) Didn’t do much other than update roaming list(s) and It did add a MDS Control Center Icon for program management but never the less I did it!

  3. george

    you guys ruin cellphone stores attempt on getting customers to get new phones and thats bullshit you guys are messed up thats not right

  4. pinal

    i updated my treo 755p that i really needed and it works great now

  5. Zack

    What’s wrong with keeping what you have? If anything, people like this are helping people. If your phones slow, that doesn’t mean ‘time for a new one’. All it needs is an update. So they aren’t runing anything

  6. 1oddmanout

    “george on March 16th, 2008, 12:19 pm you guys ruin cellphone stores attempt on getting customers to get new phones and thats bullshit you guys are messed up thats not right”

    Hahahahaha, that’s funny. I hope George is being sarcastic, LOL ( I can hear the guy on Galaxy Quest saying “That’s not right”)

  7. Jimmm

    I think you need to realize that “consumers” are NOT asking for software updates. A small portion of techies are asking for changes .. The average cell phone user doesn’t care. – The people who have money… and pay for their twenty somethings to have a phone. They change phones every TWO OR THREE YEARS. Not every few months. Get real.