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    I'm not seeing it anywhere...dare I even ask???



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    Did you know:

    webOS ran on a Treo 800 during initial development.
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    Oh. (Dang) I was hoping for something that works.

    Thanks,



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    What doesn't work?
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    Allow me to re-word that: work correctly on my 700P.

    Bluetooth is still hosed on my 700P so much so that nearly every time I get into my car, I have to reset the phone so that it will pair with the car.

    I could go on, but that is for the 700P forum. Spend a little time over there reading what's wrong...but make sure you set enough time aside...

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    SMEGGIE


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    I realize some of the issues with the 700 and also the bluetooth. My point is that the Palm Garnet OS has been around for quite a while (some would say too long). As an OS for a mobile device, it is pretty solid, even though some say it is out-of-date. I think Palm wanted to come out with something new that would attract some new customers. Most existing Treo users (except 650 users) will probably not want to get the Centro. Hopefully, this will be the last Garnet device and the next new device will be a significant upgrade.

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