Package Version: 18.104.22.16891
Software Platform: 22.214.171.124
File name: 9780jAsia_PBr6.0.0_rel3091_PL126.96.36.199_A188.8.131.522_ M1.exe
File size: 165.59MB
Note: The Software Platform and Applications version numbers can be found under Options-About screen on the handheld.
I am using .722 with excellent results. It has the same Software Platform (184.108.40.206) as .666 and therefore does not suffer from disappearing PIN functions and other bugs that exist in the newer platforms used in .706 and .723.
I happened to find .723 yesterday. It works find except the phone thinks I'm roaming. I've booted it a few time, with no change. I guess I can try a battery pull or maybe yank and reinsert the simcard. Other than it thinks I'm roaming, I'm happy with the rev.
T-Mobile doesn't have roaming charges, but they don't allow tethering while roaming (a really annoying feature.). Come to think of it, I think I'll call T-mob and see what they have to say about this, then post a follow up.
Ok, I figured it out. If I switch the phone to manual and select another network, say AT&T, it does it's usual SOS. [No phone service on AT&T, just 911). When I switch it back to automatic, it goes to T-mobile, but thinks that it is roaming.
If I do a restart (three finger reset), it starts up in T-Mobile and doesn't think I'm roaming. Looks like a very minor bug.
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