Friday, August 1, 2008

Sprint's Centro gets a tune-up software update

Finally the Centro gets a first software update, but curently it's only for Sprint network. Don't get it wrong with an application update, it's a ROM update. I'm just calling it the way Palm is calling it. ;-p

The new software update will bring up your Sprint's Centro into v1.07, and here are the enhancements you can get:
  • Improved Gmail IMAP compatibility and an updated setup wizard with the new Gmail settings
  • Updated compatibility for Google Mobile Maps My Location feature to approximate your current location – great for directions, finding nearby restaurants or business, or checking local traffic.1
  • Improved ongoing delivery of email sent to VersaMail accounts using Microsoft's Direct Push Technology via Exchange ActiveSync
  • Bluetooth usability enhancements and updates
  • Sprint TV performance enhancements
  • Enhanced AOL Instant Messenger performance
  • Improved performance when adding a contact using Mobile Voice Control
  • Improved email attachment handling
  • Changed default camera shutter sound to “ON.” Audible shutter “click” will be heard when taking photos
  • Allows Preferred Roaming List updates over the air

As always, practice a safe way to upgrade your Centro's software like backing up all of the important data first. After you think long and hard that the upgrade is worth it (may takes around 30 minutes to complete), then head on to Palm's Support web page and get enhanced! ;-D

[blogged with my Treo 750v]

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