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Custom ROM for X500+

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I’ve been using custom ROM for my WM phone for more than half a year. It was the only reasonable ROM by KVA with WM6.1. It was exceptionally good also but KVA stopped updating it long time ago. Lorbas took over and produced a lot of versions. Earlier ones were not that far from KVA’s, we (community) were trying to fix many small issues and bugs but the latest 2.4 is a different story. It’s complete, fast and reliable. Read the rest of this entry »


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June 5, 2009 at 10:10

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RAM, ROM and Task Managers

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I’ve prepared a short list of articles which should help you understand Windows Mobile memory management and storage space issues, as this is something completely different than in desktop workstations.

First of all, you should know the difference between RAM and ROM. This article covers more than you probably need to know, but it’s worth reading. You can also check out everything about SD cards, to have an all round review of WM device remembering capabilities.

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Written by Hadrys

May 3, 2008 at 16:13

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How to update ROM?

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Probably you think that upgrading ROM is a very serious thing but no, you’re wrong. Please only remember that you can void your warranty as usually this means flashing with a different region or even an unofficial, completely unsupported by the manufacturer ROM. However the device want let you to it easily as it has to be unlocked first. Normally you can only update with official Eten versions intended for your device (region, language etc) and the bad thing is that there aren’t too many of these unless you have WWE (World Wide English – basic ROM) … Another important thing is to always update from SD card as this is the safest possible way!

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Written by Hadrys

May 3, 2008 at 12:37

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