December 8th, 2002

Enterprise Bridge

Obscure Evil

Playing around with my replacement QCP-3035, I discovered that Kyocera did a lot of work improving the interface of the on-target service programming mode. Once upon a time, you just went through each entry sequentially, no way to go back if you screwed it up (other than dropping the battery out) or changed your mind. Now it's all menu-driven, and the menus break up the memory items into categories based on function on whether they always need to be programmed or just sometimes.

This is evil because the Access Overload Class is now programmable from the phone UI. I have to date been too lazy to fire up a copy of CAIT or QXDM and rewrite it that way.
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