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    I have a unlocked unbranded TREO 750 and trying to install a software update (2.27) I have downloaded the files to my FORMATTED (in FAT32)SD CARD as the instructions state, When I place the card into the TREO it starts the process and then stops and says card not formatted in FAT32 and stops. I've tryed another card and the same thing occurs. Any ideas?
    Last edited by jcodey; 06/24/2008 at 08:09 AM.
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    How are your formatting the cards?

    Ideally, you would put them in a card reader and use windows to perform the format.
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    I formatted them in my laptop (which has a reader built in). And when I look at the properties of the card, it shows that the card is formatted in FAT 32. The card is used in the phone all the time and seems to work fine .
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    Is the update worth the trouble? 2.23 to 2.27
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    Nope. The only change has to do with a problem that can sometimes happen when you try to dial 911 while your phone is off and you have a pin lock in place. Sometimes the call may not work the first time and force you to attempt again.

    So, unless you plan on trying to call 911 with your phone turned off and pin locked, and are incapable of redialing, I wouldn't worry about it. It's a pretty unique situation.
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    I agree with fastlerner that 2.23 to 2.27 is a relatively minor change. If you are happy with 2.23, i.e., stable and no problems with the programs you run, then do nothing. However, I found that moving to 2.27 fixed a few nagging issues with my set up. First off, it was more stable (opinion I know). Second, audible air/player downloaded books properly and the player worked smoother (used to require a reset after a download in order to play). And third, 2.27 reconnected properly after a signal was lost (2.23 would not reconnect until I did a soft reset).

    I can't explain why but those are my experiences. Again, if 2.23 works properly for you, DO NOTHING because 2.27 has no extra features just a bug fix or two.

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