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Upgrade ETen M700 from WM5 to WM6..

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Ok this may be a silly question? When you run the update file i.e. EUU_M700_WWE_R01_052_0436_MOT1114_WM6. The message box that pops up advises that you should backup all data (goes without saying really) but how do you back up the Flashdisk.. I really do like what the M700 comes with..

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What do you mean by the flashdisk?

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Ok when you run the install program it comes up with

Welcome to the PDA update program. This program will assist you in

updating the USB downloader and the OS on your device.

Warning! If you do not follow our update instructions, the device may

become unbootable!

Please follow the following steps and then continue :

1. Backup all the data on your PDA Including the PIM,

installed programs and those in the FlashDisk; After the OS update

is completed, all the data on the device will be cleared.

So I take it, then the ETEN device works the same as the HTC devices ie Orange

M600 and has a copy of the installed programs hidden away on another part of the

device.... So I believe I need to access this to take a copy of all the programs held there?

On the M600 you need another program that would unlock this part so you could view this

partition.. do I do the same here?

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Dogo

What do you mean by the flashdisk?

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On the M600 you need another program that would unlock this part so you could view this

partition.. do I do the same here?

Nope -- the new ROM has all the ETEN software with it. Just backup all your user stuff.

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