12-09-2011 09:51 PM
- I received a notice today that a new update was available, and to connect the phone to my PC. The last update installed the unfortunate "dynamic MAC address" feature, which has caused me problems. I wish to understand this update before I install it. Does anyone here know what this update does?
Keith12-08-2011 08:21 AM
- I like how the "more info" link never has anything useful about the update that's available. In any case, I will download it, since it can't hurt anymore than the Mango "poof there goes your keyboard, and enjoy the terrible screen sensitivity and lag while using your phone when it's plugged in" update...12-08-2011 04:38 PM
- The one issue I do know this update fixed was the Visual Voicemail issue where many peeps would try and enable the feature under Settings>Applications>Phone and the "Visual Voicemail" toggle would never work (I was having the issue until the update) you would flip the switch and it would just stay on the on but with the color grayed out and the "processing dots" at the top of the screen would just keep going for about 30-40 seconds and then a pop-up that said "something went wrong" would come up and it recommended calling the carrier to "enable" the visual voicemail feature (although I had done that quite a while ago) I actually knew about this update for about three weeks already but I didn't think it'd be such a big deal. A T-Mobile tech told me that the update was specifically for the VVM and an Exchange Server issue or something. Anyway, hope this post helped.12-09-2011 02:28 AM
Edit: my guess is that the OS can only currently focus on two things at once: the currently running app and the background agents. If the keyboard is open then theoretically the OS would have three tasks running: the "foreground" task (keyboard) the "in-memory" task (currently running app) and the background agents (apps pulling data in the background)
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