AT&T Tilt2 Gets a Small System Software Update

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HTC has released an updated version of the system software on the AT&T Tilt2. This brings a new version of the custom user interface for this smartphone, as well as number of other bug fixes.

ROM version 2.10.502.4 replaces the TouchFLO 3D with HTC Sense UI, and also adds the ability to format a microSD card directly in the device.

AT&T Tilt2In addition, it includes a built-in instant messaging client, a Twitter app, an AT&T Wi-Fi client, and a Vlingo voice app.

HTC is also promising an improved  email, messaging, music, and calendar experience.

According to HTC, this update offers:

  • Inconsistent Caller ID function Hotfix
  • Tilt 2 Freezes in SMS application Hotfix
  • Phantom SMS/MMS Count Hotfix

The company also says that this new version of the system software offers a general improvement in the device’s stability and operation.

ROM version 2.10.502.4 for the AT&T Tilt2 is available now on HTC’s support website, and a complete set of instructions for installing it can be found on that same page.

This is a free update.

An Overview of the AT&T Tilt2
The Tilt2 is AT&T’s re-branded version of the HTC Touch Pro2. 

This high-end Windows phone offers a WVGA slide-and-tilt Touchscreen and a landscape-oriented sliding QWERTY keyboard. 

It runs Windows Mobile 6.5 Pro on a 528 MHz processor. It launched with HTC TouchFLO 3D layered on top of Microsoft’s standard user interface, but this is now being replaced with HTC Sense, an updated version.

The Tilt2 a quad-band phone with tri-band HSDPA, plus it sports Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 2.1. It also has a 3.2 megapixel camera, GPS receiver, and a microSD memory card slot.




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