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Hello.i'm interested in bying mio a701 but from china and i would like to know if it's possible to change the language.i found a forum that says that if you have the eglish rom you can change it by editing it with hex editor.if i change the language will it change the windows language??also is it possible for somenone to sent me his english rom??thx in advance.

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Given that the A701 isn't for the chinese market (A700 is for chinese market) I would hope it ships with a ROM that covers english regions.

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Does anyone know prices in china??im trying to find but my firefox cant display chinese(to see at least the price).i also read that it has the ability to change it in english.if i buy it will i have any problems with the power cable or the gps??can i change it to europe, because the a700 has already gps information for china.

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Does anyone know prices in china??im trying to find but my firefox cant display chinese(to see at least the price).i also read that it has the ability to change it in english.if i buy it will i have any problems with the power cable or the gps??can i change it to europe, because the a700 has already gps information for china.

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Not sure about the charger, but given that it is 100-240v 50-60Hz and has interchangable face plates it might work where you are.

It's also a mini-USB connector so getting a compatible charger is easy, a Motorola V3 charger will work, as will one made for a HTC phone.

You would be best to buy it without GPS software.

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