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Windows Mobile 6 T-Mobile Dash upgrade

T-Mobile is the first carrier in the United States to release a Windows Mobile 6 upgrade and they are now providing it for free to Dash owners. The upgrade improves usability and adds key productivity applications.
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T-Mobile is the first carrier in the United States to release a Windows Mobile 6 upgrade and they are now providing it for free to Dash owners. The upgrade improves usability and adds key productivity applications.

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T-Mobile includes an e-mail setup wizard for multiple e-mail clients that defaults to your Home screen.

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T-Mobile includes a music plug-in so you can play and control your music right from the Home screen.

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The Home screen can be used to access and manipulate your data.

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A nice new feature is Office Mobile rather than simple viewers on the Windows Mobile 5.0 Dash.

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T-Mobile throws in the kitchen sink and gives you VC 1.6. You can now control your device and interact with your data.

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There are several settings for you to customize in Voice Command. Pressing and holding the Home button will activate it , labeled as Record in the settings.

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The Java application is great to have so you can use the Gmail Java client on your device. The Gmail client has a powerful and quick search functionality.

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This new calculator is much more functional and shows again how the UI has been improved in WM 6.

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This is a new Voice Notes application that is handy to record a thought while driving.

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You can now browser and purchase software using the Handango catalog from your Dash.

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The Calendar has been greatly improved to allow better access to your data with simple views.

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This may be the most often messed up key press you make in Windows Mobile 6.

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