Last Saturday, my BlackBerry prompted me to install a newer version of OS (Operating Systems), version 5. I followed the instruction and starts doing my upgrading. After the upgrade, I started ‘playing’ around with the new version 5; I discovered that the newer OS does not have the ‘Keypad Lock’ function. I am not sure was it that the Keypad Lock feature had removed off, was it had renamed, or was it hid in some other menu.
Keypad Lock is an important function to me, I always like to put my BlackBerry in my pocket without a protective case, with Keypad Lock, it will prevent the phone accidentally dial out.
I need this function more than those newer features such as FaceBook or a nicer SMS communication log. Hence, I downgraded my BlackBerry back to the older OS, version 4.6.
This reminded me when QuickBooks launched the version 2002; the Discount Info feature in the Receive Payment form was missing. This had caused frustration to some QuickBooks user. Since then, this feature had omitted. Nevertheless, over the years, user had used to it and Discount Info feature had became a history.
During my QuickBooks demonstration, users always like to ask me, ‘if QuickBooks launched a newer version, do they need to upgrade?’
To me, I will consider an upgrade when:
Like my case, although there is a newer BlackBerry OS 5, but I need a feature in OS 4.6 and it stopped me from upgrading my BlackBerry OS.
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