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This software update enables voice dialing over Bluetooth wireless on the Palm Treo 800w from Sprint.

The Sidekick 4G remains one of the best QWERTY devices I’ve ever used and while it’s a mid-range device, it’s a great value.You can still pick up the Sidekick 4G on T-Mobile’s website for 9.99 or free on contract.Essentially, the carriers are treating each Windows Mobile 6.5 upgrade as an entirely new phone that needs to be approved all over again.(Anyone with an unlocked GSM device that works with any SIM card knows this is a dubious claim.) A Verizon spokesperson pointed out that not every device running Windows Mobile could be updated anyway; that capability needs to be built into the device from the beginning.This update for the Sprint Mogul (HTC) flashes the handheld's ROM with a new image, version 3.35.651.2. A support, GPS functionality, and contains software updates and add-ons including Bluetooth performance improvements, stability and performance enhancements, a new Task Manager, etc. This update for the AT&T Tilt (HTC) flashes the handheld's ROM with a new image, version 1.62.502.0.

Over the past few weeks I’ve noticed a lot of interest in Windows Mobile 6.1.

If you’re interested in finding a new phone that runs Windows Mobile 6.1, check out this Microsoft Web site.

[EDIT] If you read the comments for this post, you’ll notice that Marco Nielsen is nice enough to point to his blog where he has a more comprehensive list of Windows Mobile 6.1 upgrades.

UPDATE: T-Mobile’s support page for the LG Stylo 2 Plus has been updated with info on the update, which weighs in at 1112.28MB and includes Android 7.0 as well as “various bug fixes and software stability improvements.” If you’ve got an LG Stylo 2 Plus, keep an eye out for this update in the coming days.

ORIGINAL: The rollout of Android 7.0 Nougat across T-Mobile devices will continue this week.

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.