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sap rom on htc canary

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Just wondering how to apply rom like qtek 7070 or sap on spv after all they all are canary

is there a cid unlock something like it or some reg tweaks

it would be interesting to apply the dopod rom on spv classic

i have it since long upgraded to 1.6 UK.

now am using imate sp5m changed to O2 rom than Qtek ( thanks to the experts)

now its time for some experimenting on canary

any help would be appreciated


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You do not want to use the SAP ROM as it will SIM lock the phone to the SMART network.

The Qtek or Imate ROMs are better than the Orange version so it would be better to keep the ROM you have rather than upgrade.


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