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AVAILABLE: HTC releases Windows Mobile 6 Upgrade for the HTC S620
Posted by Arne Hess - on Friday, 31.08.07 - 16:59:01 CET under 02 - Windows Mobile News - Viewed 19010x
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And the next one; just in time to hit the August time-frame, HTC recently released the promised Windows Mobile 6 ROM upgrade for the HTC S620 (aka HTC Excalibur).
And - even more interesting - it looks like HTC has started now to roll-out Yahoo! Go, as announced earlier this year. At least there is a teaser on HTC's front-page which mentions that Yahoo! Go is part of the new S620 Windows Mobile 6 ROM.
As always, you have to be a registered user of HTC's e-Club and you have to have added your serial number to your e-Club account to get access to the download.

However there is one downside: HTC hasn't put in Office Mobile but is still using ClearVue instead.

Anyway, even without Office Mobile, Windows Mobile 6 is worth a (free) upgrade. As always, make sure to backup your data first since the ROM upgrade will remove all your data from your device. Also please keep in mind that this ROM upgrade is for HTC branded devices only. If you have another branded device (like from Orange, T-Mobile Europe (the U.S. version is available for a long time already) or O2) please ask your operator for an upgrade.

Cheers ~ Arne

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