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Unofficial Windows Mobile 2003 upgrade for Motorola's MPx200 Smartphone

Peter Rojas
07.09.04
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Since it didn't look like Motorola was going to get around to it themselves, an anonymous person in Germany has decided to take matters into their own hands and release an update for Motorola's MPx200 Smartphone so it'll run on the newer Windows Mobile 2003 version of the software rather than the older (and clunkier) Windows Mobile 2002 software that it comes with. The update is totally guerrilla-style — this isn't an official update from either Motorola or any of the carriers — so don't try installing this unless you're prepared to completely mess up your phone and void the warranty.

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