1. cdx280's Avatar
    I pulled up the Software Update Instructions for the eris on vz's website just to see if there was anything interesting in there (fiy - there's not. i already learned everything here!)

    I did notice, however, that on the last page of the instructions there is a screen shot of the wifi settings screen and it shows "webOS Network" as an available network.

    i know the pre is available on VZ, but i still thought it was amusing that they showed a palm hotspot network for an htc phone.
    05-12-2010 10:47 PM
  2. chdtpn's Avatar
    I pulled up the Software Update Instructions for the eris on vz's website just to see if there was anything interesting in there (fiy - there's not. i already learned everything here!)

    I did notice, however, that on the last page of the instructions there is a screen shot of the wifi settings screen and it shows "webOS Network" as an available network.

    i know the pre is available on VZ, but i still thought it was amusing that they showed a palm hotspot network for an htc phone.
    So what does this mean? lol
    05-13-2010 07:08 AM
  3. ericsmcdonald's Avatar
    i know the pre is available on VZ, but i still thought it was amusing that they showed a palm hotspot network for an htc phone.
    It seems like whoever was in charge of getting screen shots of the Droid for this update manual had no access to a WiFi network, so s/he had to power up a Mobile WiFi hotspot in order to create it. Very interesting to have a lack of WiFi at either Verizon, Google, or HTC ... or they don't allow Smartphones to run on their WiFi networks? Or they hide those SSID's?

    A bunch of possibilities, but yes funny nonetheless
    05-13-2010 02:13 PM
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