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Hello guys ,

i am a new i900 owner and a noob too :P .. Just one question. Is it possible to install a coocked rom e.g DX... and install a foreign region ?

Actually, I want to install the greek language :rolleyes: .

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Hello guys ,

i am a new i900 owner and a noob too :P .. Just one question. Is it possible to install a coocked rom e.g DX... and install a foreign region ?

Actually, I want to install the greek language :rolleyes: .

First tell Where did you bought your phone ? <_<

If you want to be able to read and write in your language you can use whatever rom you like without language pack. I'm not sure, I think if you want your menu's and whole windows mobile become greek you should find a rom cooked with greek lang. If you use my rom I know it has a greek keyboard at least.

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Hello guys ,

i am a new i900 owner and a noob too :P .. Just one question. Is it possible to install a coocked rom e.g DX... and install a foreign region ?

Actually, I want to install the greek language :rolleyes: .

For greek roms google "bytheway forums".

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First tell Where did you bought your phone ? :P

If you want to be able to read and write in your language you can use whatever rom you like without language pack. I'm not sure, I think if you want your menu's and whole windows mobile become greek you should find a rom cooked with greek lang. If you use my rom I know it has a greek keyboard at least.

I bought my phone from greece ..

Can i use one of OCK's cooked roms and have my menus ,keyboards , etc in greek by finding and installing a greek language pack ?

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For greek roms google "bytheway forums".

i know the site my (possibly) greek friend , but i wasnt completely satisfied by the roms there ....

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i know the site my (possibly) greek friend , but i wasnt completely satisfied by the roms there ....

So you basically want an OCK rom in greek.... If you find one let me know patrida. :D

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