PMS17

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  1. PMS17 added a post in a topic CIDotW - Zopo ZP900 / H9500 Leader   

    Who said anything about custom avoidance and breaking the law? A little paranoid, are we? I said custom problems, like blatantly wrong value declaration (10$ or gift) with missing invoice where the shipment stays at customs for days while awaiting a proper invoice ...
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  2. PMS17 added a post in a topic CIDotW - Zopo ZP900 / H9500 Leader   

    Same question here ... where can I safely order an JiaYu G2+ (MT6577 Dual Core, 1GB RAM) shipped to Europe / Austria without customs problems? I have no experience whatsoever at importing directly from China.
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  3. PMS17 added a post in a topic [ROM] [froyo] Japanese Jellyfish RLS9 [2011-01-24] [OLED+TFT]   


    Sorry. I used "saunalahti_ril.zip" as a template instead of, well, just reading what you wrote ;-)
    This time it worked, i added the update file, perhaps someone on Yesss needs it too ...

    yesss_v2.zip
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  4. PMS17 added a post in a topic [ROM] [froyo] Japanese Jellyfish RLS9 [2011-01-24] [OLED+TFT]   


    Tried that, but it didn't work.
    No network connection at all, no APN, you can't add another APN, searching for network operators gets you "error while searching for networks"
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  5. PMS17 added a post in a topic [ROM] [froyo] Japanese Jellyfish RLS9 [2011-01-24] [OLED+TFT]   

    Thanks, RLS6 and RLS7 are both great releases!

    2 problems remaining:

    * I can't play videos from mobile sites, like m.youtube.com, you get a popup that it can't be played, the stock rom could play them.
    * I have my ZTE Blade from Yesss / Hofer in Austria. Yesss (MCC: 232 MNC: 12) is roaming in the Orange (MCC: 232 MNC: 5) network. The stock rom showed yesss as a normal provider, this rom (RLS6 and RLS7) shows a roaming network. Can that be changed?
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