Well, it's got some nice new features, but it also breaks distance unit localisation in Maps - now in the UK you're stuck with Km instead of Miles, presumably until either the next OS update, or until Maps gets its own update to fix this.
In any case, Maps should ideally have (as its web version does already) the option to choose distance units on the fly, as when calculating fuel estimates for a journey, Km is often more useful these days, but miles is what all the maps and road signs use in the UK. I want both...
_________________________ If it's brokenless, don't suffix it...
Restores don't have to lose app data--I think it was a pre-2.1 bug that caused that to loss to happen. Still, it COULD happen again, and I too would avoid a restore if I could
If the bar is still moving, I'd let it go. Maybe for some reason the backup was messed up and it has to make a whole fresh backup just onece. Future backups will hopefully be quick again (just what's changed).
I recall seeing other 2.2 upgraders over at MR making a similar backup complaint. Luckily it didn't happen to me--my backup after the update was quick.
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