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    Not that I am telling anyone anything they don't already know, but I installed the update and everything went fine, I could even log onto the web. Then I received a call. I answered and there was no audio coming out of the handset. I turned on the speaker phone and that worked. I plugged in my ear piece and that worked. Still no audio out of the handset itself. I called Sprint and they said I needed to take it to the store to get it fixed. Once at the store they just shook their heads.

    Bottom line, I should have a new phone on Monday. I would stay away from this update….
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    anyone else have this problem?
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    Since lost sound in the handset has been reported many times in defferent threads before the update, I doubt that's what caused it. Poor timing maybe.
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    No problems with the update after I did it five days ago. I think the best advice for someone about to perform the update is to backup the RAM and disable all third party apps.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 2fly4u
    No problems with the update after I did it five days ago. I think the best advice for someone about to perform the update is to backup the RAM and disable all third party apps.
    AND make sure your battery is 100% Be paitent and fully charge your Treo first. NOT doing it can cause major problems with the battery sensor, and later can cause the Network Search problem.
    Palm III > Palm IIIC > Handera 330 > Kyocera 6035 & Sony NR70V > Treo 600 > Treo650 & Palm LifeDrive > Modded LifeDrive w/16gig CF > Palm Pre
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    This posting is about a coincident hardware problem - not the updater itself. Just a coincidence.

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