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Windows Mobile 2005 at the e830

As the new Windows mobile 2005 has been released I just want to know if it will be possible to get it on the e830.

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Re: Windows Mobile 2005 at the e830

I don’t see any reason why this should not be possible. I am owner of e800 and I will wait till Toshiba gives some official statement about it.

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