Palm Releases New Version of Sprint Treo 700p Update

Palm Releases New Version of Sprint Treo 700p Update

June 28, 2007

By: Christopher Meinck

Palm has released a new version of the greatly anticipated Sprint Treo 700p update. Version 1.10 is available
immediately for download from Palm’s site.

The Sprint Treo 700p update was originally released in early June, but was pulled after users reported several issues after running the update. There is still no firm time table for the release of the Verizon Treo 700p update. According to Palm, no update is needed for Alltel, Telus or Cellular South customers.

The Sprint Treo 700p update offers numerous enhancements and fixes including:

  • Performance improvements to phone application
  • System improvements to minimize skipping during music playback and eliminate audio delays experienced on some games
  • Performance improvement to minimize delays experienced when loading Blazer browser
  • Support for new daylight savings time legislation, plus a simplified Date/Time preference panel
  • Increased expansion card support including 4GB SD cards and SDHC cards
  • Resolution of certain “wake up” issues that may occur with certain third party push email solutions
  • Improved handling of SMS messages to lessen stalling of messages
  • For customers using Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 with SP 2 and above, an update to VersaMail client now includes an update to Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync which adds Microsofts Direct Push Technology for push email, calendar and contacts. Also adding other EAS functionality such as remote wipe, policy support, and global address lookup

Bluetooth wireless technology enhancements

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