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Remove T-mobile Branding

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Hey guys,

was just wondering if anyone out there could help me. i have a tmobile touch plus PPC. i have recently moved over to the 3 network. i have inlocked the phone and all works well. what i would like to know if there is any way of removing the tmobile software and branding from the phone.

i know this has probably been asked before so even if somebody could point me in the right direction that would be great.

cheers

Craig

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The only way to achieve that is by flashing your rom. You can start from XDA-Developers. Remember to read instructions carefully, because if you do something wrong, you may end up having a blank device with no operating system or an operating system that does not have the correct drivers and therefore will not boot.

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