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    OS from non UMA carrier

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    SO I think I know the answer to this but, if I install another carriers OS that isn't T-Mobile, will I lose my UMA functionality? I was scowering blackberry and found OS 4.6.1.217 and just wanna make sure that I wont lose UMA by updating it.

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    The carrier shouldn't matter. You will get your service books from your carrier and should keep all the functions you currently have.

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    Good deal thank you much, almost done downloading

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    UMA provisioning is stored in part of the flash that isn't altered by OS updates.
    Need an eScreen code? Try my generator: http://absolous.wavegap.com/projects/escreen/

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    Eh NVM, the applications are .133, didn't look good enough, got all excited, LOL I am an idiot

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    Like they all said, you should experience no change to your UMA functionality. Let us know how .217 works out for ya'. Oh wait, I just saw that...

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