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new official ROM v. [O2 Germany]

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today i've found a new official ROM v. provided by O2 Germany, it's brandnew!!

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Eh,with the amount of bugs and freezes this phone has, this rom update seems quite lacking.
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so is this coming out in an english rom? and would it even be worth upgrading as it doesnt seem to do a lot...??
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Would expect anything more from O2? For all the time i have had my o2 Orbit the ROM updates for that device were pathetic at best.
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I'm afraid I found the first bug in this new ROM
After flashing the device my Java app (DB RailNavigator) is unable to go online. Of course I tried several things like restoring the orginal files from backup or re-installing the app from the web.
Ant the network and security setting of the java vm are also ok.
When I tap some online-function within the app it even does not come the point where the java runtime asks for permission to enable online access.
it simply locks up.
Has anyone else here tried to use online-aware java app with this new ROM from O2?
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For me this rom really fixed problems.
For example the appointment bug is solved and the pink flicker or dot in the camera seems to be solved too. the cam now really takes decent pics.
I will stay with this rom as it just fulfils my needs - i only need that damn ereader tab get to work...
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so is this coming out in an english rom? and would it even be worth upgrading as it doesnt seem to do a lot...??
I hope it is!
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Today I installed JavaFX Mobile 1.2 from the SUN website. Now DB RailNavigator works again online and NEW! can access GPS via location API.
So to me it strongly seems that with the new O2 ROM something changed to the standard Java VM.
BTW: HTC support told me to ask for a new version of DB RailNavigator, but
how could DB know what is the problem???

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