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WM6 or Windows Mobile 6 codename: Crossbow and Qtek S200

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Does anybody knows how to install Crossbow WWE on Qtek S200? :)

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Crossbow isnt officially released yet and there are leaked copies around the internet, but there is no support here for the OS as its not officially released as a public rom upgrade so you wont get any links over here at modaco.

Look over at xda-developers though, you will find some info there.

Sam

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I've looked up on xda-developers and it's true. There's no release for that device yet :)( Too bad.

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I've looked up on xda-developers and it's true. There's no release for that device yet :D( Too bad.

You could flash the Wizard Crossbow ROM onto a Prophet, they are effectively the same device (similar hardware, memory mapping etc), although you will looses some features, notable ones like the use of the keypad, microphones etc. So you COULD flash it, but I don't advise it :)

Phil

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LMAO! or in phils case with his C550 his joystick :)

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No way. Better I'll wait for a specific release for that type of device.

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LMAO! or in phils case with his C550 his joystick :D

That WM5 ROM is work in progress ;) Not a RTM release

Phil

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Mean the device is ok? WM5 is buggy? Then why many peoples complains about speaker burning?

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Mean the device is ok? WM5 is buggy? Then why many peoples complains about speaker burning?

Your device is fine with the official WM5 it has on it.

I was on about the WM5 ROM for the HTC Hurrciane I am tweaking myself which is far from official ;)

Phil

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i've found this link with Prophet version of WM6. What do you think? It will work? http://www.4shared.com/account/home.jsp

Edited by Alin Manuel Chioveanu
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Moved to correct hardware specific section (the Lounge is for off topic chat).

Also locked - the forum rules state no discussion of leaked, hacked, or unofficial roms.

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