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X900 & OSD Gigabyte or Foxconn ?

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Hi, many people have said on the net that the osd & xolo was made by Gigabyte, but looking through the build.prop of the xolo gingerbread rom it says:

ro.product.manufacturer=FIH

FIH = FOXCONN INTERNATIONAL HOLDINGS

surely

isn't it ?

no wonder when i contacted gigabyte about unlocking the bootloader they didn't have a clue what i was on about :huh:

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it even says it on this pdf http://massistance.grassavoye.pl/src/compatibility_pl.pdf

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Hi, many people have said on the net that the osd & xolo was made by Gigabyte, but looking through the build.prop of the xolo gingerbread rom it says:

ro.product.manufacturer=FIH

FIH = FOXCONN INTERNATIONAL HOLDINGS

surely

isn't it ?

no wonder when i contacted gigabyte about unlocking the bootloader they didn't have a clue what i was on about :huh:

edit*

it even says it on this pdf http://massistance.g...tibility_pl.pdf

You are the Sherlock Holmes of the Medfield hacker's club :D

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Hi, many people have said on the net that the osd & xolo was made by Gigabyte, but looking through the build.prop of the xolo gingerbread rom it says:

ro.product.manufacturer=FIH

FIH = FOXCONN INTERNATIONAL HOLDINGS

surely

isn't it ?

no wonder when i contacted gigabyte about unlocking the bootloader they didn't have a clue what i was on about :huh:

edit*

it even says it on this pdf http://massistance.grassavoye.pl/src/compatibility_pl.pdf

Orange told me it was made by ZTE, they also told me that the moon was made of diamonds, Elvis was there CEO, Accrington Stanley would win the premier league next year and that they provided 'excellent' customer service.

All highly likely apart from the last one of course. :P

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Orange told me it was made by ZTE, they also told me that the moon was made of diamonds, Elvis was there CEO, Accrington Stanley would win the premier league next year and that they provided 'excellent' customer service.

All highly likely apart from the last one of course. :P

Europa League place at best I think, their attack isn't good enough for the title.
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second step is to cantact foxconn for more info about unlocking bootloader e.t.c ^_^

if we dont ask we dont get lol

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second step is to cantact foxconn for more info about unlocking bootloader e.t.c ^_^

if we dont ask we dont get lol

Do you have any Contact Address for them? If all of us email them then maybe they can give it to us, if lots of people ask?

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The only contact information i have so far is on their website:

http://www.fih-foxco...ct/contact.aspx

but i tried to send a message last night and got a server error, on firefox and chrome ??

Alternatively you can write to them at this address:

Foxconn International Holdings Ltd

Long He Industrial Park, An Ci District

LANGFANG

China

CHN

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Does the site provide any UK contact info?

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Hi, many people have said on the net that the osd & xolo was made by Gigabyte, but looking through the build.prop of the xolo gingerbread rom it says:

ro.product.manufacturer=FIH

FIH = FOXCONN INTERNATIONAL HOLDINGS

surely

isn't it ?

no wonder when i contacted gigabyte about unlocking the bootloader they didn't have a clue what i was on about :huh:

edit*

it even says it on this pdf http://massistance.g...tibility_pl.pdf

Which build.prop were you actually looking at and where is it? The only reference to "ro.product.manufacturer=" I can find in any build.prop(of any zip or on the phone) says "Intel".
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