I have been checking out the TreoCentral forums and see there is an application out called VolumeCare that appears to improve on the low volume issue that was one of my primary gripes. palmOne, now Palm, Inc. again, released a ROM update to fix the NVFS issue so now it looks like the Treo 650 is where it should have been in the first place. As a result, I want my Treo 650 back and thus am on the hunt for an unlocked Treo 650. If any readers know where I could get one at a reasonable price, please let me know. I am really kicking myself now for getting rid of such a nice package (extra battery, sync/charge cable, Piel Frama case, extra stylus pack, and screen protector) and will try to be a bit more patient in the future. I could get one at a good price from T-Mobile if they would ever add it to their selection since I still have my original Nokia 3650 and have never upgraded my phone through them.
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