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angelraven Posts: 31

I just flashed my T68i at the Killiney Service Centre (you guys will LOVE the dude, he is fast and he is friendly man).

The problems I had with the phone "hang" were gone.. GGGRRREEAATTT!!!

BUT BUT BUT BUT... the text size display is now a little screwy... yeah.... in some menus and SMS, it is small (I set to small), but in the address book, it is MEDIUM size and in some other menus as well... what the #^@$# happened? Hmmm....

Anyone can shed light on this?

If you are used to small font settings and you have no problems with your phone, hold your horses on the R5D007 firmware upgrade.

AND... T68i can be upgraded to T68ie ($20) at the Golden Mile place if you want chinese input.

That is all for me to report for the users now.

Posted: 2002-10-28 16:43:00
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sunckc Posts: 3

but is there any new features to it upon upgrade? right now mine is an upgraded T68m to R2E006. can i upgrade to R5D? do i have to pay for any charges upon upgrading? thanks in advance
Posted: 2002-10-28 17:09:00
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ShawO Posts: 248

no you cant...
r5d007 is only for the t68i

it was like that in the firs fw version r2a014
i guess they just brought it back...
im not too sure cos i upgraded mine from r2a014 > r5d007
Posted: 2002-10-28 17:17:00
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adamrj Posts: 155

Well I've had my T68m upgraded to R5D007... much better.

Has anyone noticed the capitalisation problem though - if you capitalise the first letter of a word, it defaults to capitals for the next word, which is really annoying. When will SE ever get it right?
Posted: 2002-10-28 17:49:00
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huni Posts: 2

i dun have that problem, upgraded form T68mc. to R5D
Posted: 2002-10-28 18:20:00
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eUniverse0 Posts: 4

how long it takes to upgrade???
Posted: 2002-11-08 07:47:00
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baste07 Posts: > 500

is the diff from R2E0006 to R5D really great?
Posted: 2002-11-08 15:44:00
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