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what changes with updated firmware...i mean..does stuff get faster or something..i never flashed eboot..only roms

this eboot usefull in I8000???

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only a commercial update...u know business of phone operator...

any changes log ?

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In terms of applications, I only found volumecontrol.dll that is different.

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In terms of applications, I only found volumecontrol.dll that is different.

Could this mean that the volume bug is gone?

Becacuse in JH2 the only bug I know is when you change from vibrate or mute to normal sound and the levels default to zero.

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XXJI1 on the screenshots :rolleyes: :huh: :huh:

IS that screenshot of rom this september????

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IS that screenshot of rom this september????

the screenshots is of cource from the newst version since it posted here

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the screenshots is of cource from the newst version since it posted here

but the phone JF1 stay the same ?

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yes

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the phone part hasn't anything to do with ram, it's only for calling,gps singals

Edited by speedfrog
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the phone part hasnt anything to do with ram, its only for calling,gps singals

but like the european HD2 htc gains more RAM by flashing a newest RADIO ?

Edited by hawkish
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Could this mean that the volume bug is gone?

Becacuse in JH2 the only bug I know is when you change from vibrate or mute to normal sound and the levels default to zero.

I'm curious too !!

Now using G2.

On I1 the volume bug still exists ???

Thanks

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hi

i installed this firmware and select windows mobile 6.5 clasic menu. when i select "favorites" items in menu, my phone freeze. i have to reset phone.

does anyone know this problem. how to fix that?

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Damn it!!! Phone part its nothing to do with the rom... If you have any problem (with the rom) just flash it with your favorite rom!!!!

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Tip: If you have problems with language, just flash you own csc

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Tip: If you have problems with language, just flash you own csc

Sorry, but I newbie on i8000 (I just use i900), but what you are saying its that I can use a english rom, and just flash csc. of my language and I can use it? All stuffs will be translated? Do you have sure?

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I think so. Because i flash my own country csc and everythin is in english

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Could you tell me how should I flash the phone using

MST:

PDA_I8000SERJI1_HW_40.zip.001

PDA_I8000SERJI1_HW_40.zip.002

What should I do with those parts (split, rename, sth else)

I can't see any options to match in Octans Downloader

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extract them with 7-zip

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After I installed this ROM, I realized one thing is missing, which is, the ability to turn off the Backlight completely. When I was still using WM 6.5, under the Power Option, there is an option when the device is on battery power, we can turn off the backlight to conserve power. I think for AMOLED screen, while inside a room, turning off backlight is adequate to read the screen comfortably. In this version, we cannot turn off completely. There is only Backlight timer option.

Any solution on how to enable that function again?

Thanks in advance for the help.

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