One prominent handset vendor told us Windows Mobile 6.5 upgrades aren't cut-and-dry because the carriers are afraid unforeseen issues involving running the new OS will break their fragile networks.
Upgrading a phone's OS could create behaviors that weren't there the first time the carrier approved the device.
Windows Live for Windows Mobile works on phones running both Windows Mobile and Windows Mobile 6 (and 6.1).
Let me explain how I use Windows Live for Windows Mobile today on my Black Jack II.
This update for the Samsung SCH-i760 (Verizon Wireless) flashes the handheld's ROM with a new image which updates the operating system to Windows Mobile 6.1 Professional, adds You Tube video support, and fixes a number of issues with the previous ROM version.Over the past few weeks I’ve noticed a lot of interest in Windows Mobile 6.1.Specifically, people wondering how they can upgrade to Windows Mobile 6.1.Windows Mobile 6 also supports HTML E-Mail so that people can view and compose E-Mail messages in their original HTML format with live links to Web sites, support for images, tables and bullets."Samsung is excited to work with AT&T and Microsoft to bring loyal fans of the Black Jack an opportunity to refresh their experience with the Windows Mobile 6 upgrade," said Samsung Chief Marketing Officer, Bill Ogle.There are also plenty of minor refinements sprinkled throughout the OS. But if your current device runs Windows Mobile 6.1, can you upgrade?