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VCAST Music Disables MP3 Playback

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Top message:  Class Action #2!!!! by SForsyth01   Jan 9, 2006, 4:58 PM

Replying to:  Re: Class Action #2!!!! by VzwRsR   Jan 9, 2006, 5:12 PM

Re: Class Action #2!!!!

by SForsyth01    Jan 10, 2006, 8:07 AM

VzwRsR said:
lol... your jokeing right? it is called a optional software upgrade for a reason. you do not HAVE to flash your software. IF you intend on useing the optional vcast music then you will need to flash your software. Also your telling us that all six of your family members who would pay 15$ a month to use vcast music are going to leave VZW bexause they chose to use WMA over your existing MP3.. Finally the original lawsuit was over a non disclosure how is telling you that you will need to upgrade your software to their new premium content against the law.

No, I'm not joking. Optional software update, my a$$. Take the 8100, for example. Version 06 of the software supposedly fixes the volume issue, the camera delay issue, as well as implements the VCast Music ability. And there is not 2 different versions of V06, so if I want to get the bugs fixed on the 8100, I also have to forfeit my ability to play MP3's. That is deceptive, at the very least. So, it is against the law to tell someone you are going to flash their phone in order to fix the bugs and then the person gets their phone back and it will no longer play MP3's as it had before the update. That IS against the law. This decision will cause an uproar.

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