menghuizhi

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About menghuizhi

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  • Birthday 06/19/1990

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  1. [Q]Stock ICS T9 dialer mod?

    Deleted. Double post. Argh.
  2. [Q]Stock ICS T9 dialer mod?

    Er... What do you mean? The stock dialer on HOX has this feature by default. It's called "Smart Dialing". Stock ICS dialer doesn't though.
  3. He means the problem may be with your network. I can confirm being able to successfully sending images over my HOX as a Gmail attachment over 3G. I've done it many times while travelling.
  4. He means the problem may be with your network. I can confirm being able to successfully sending images over my HOX as a Gmail attachment over 3G. I've done it many times while travelling.
  5. [PC Application] GoldCardTool

    GoldCard Tool v0.0.7 Requirements:Latest HTC Sync software installed (www.htc.com)Spare microSD cardWindows PC (Tested on Windows7 x64,Vista x86).Net Framework 2.0Step by step instructions:Format the microSD card to FAT32 format.Put the microSD card in your device and boot it.Launch GoldCard Tool (Right Click and run as Admin if needed)Connect Android device to USB (USB Debugging must be enabled on the device)Click 'Get CID' (If MMC1 fails try MMC0)Click the link to open revskills.de, enter the CID number from Goldcard Tool and create your goldcard image, which will be e-mailed to you.Enable USB Mass Storage on the device.Click 'Refresh' and select your microSD card in the drop down menu.Click 'Load GoldCard.img' and open the .img file you got by email.Click 'Patch MMC'You now have a goldcard! HTC Sync is required for drivers only Android SDK is not required Downloads have been moved to www.vorbeth.co.uk Can some one post the llink to down load the lateest version can somebody upload Goldcard tool because link is broken,thanxxx guys I don't see any link at all. Can anybody upload it for us please?
  6. Well said. I did the same thing. I just didn't want to bother downloading so many things for so long and installing them on my new laptop. I've been avoiding anything that occupies more than 1 GB that I didn't need on this new baby of mine. Did the same procedure you mentioned and voila! I have to admit that I remember going on another thread that explained the procedure with more detail--- something noob-friendly, which is good because I've been trying to understand how flashing works and people giving off so many links that just goes off back and forth have left me confused. And that's something since I don't really object to reading as I'm a bookworm but the whole thing with people saying something without explaining and if asked just go forth giving links to more people saying stuff you can't understand--- it does get annoying. So yeah. Thumbs up.
  7. THANK YOU!!! Your guide was just what I needed! I didn't want to mess around with VMWare or Windows XP (don't have an ISO file of it nor a CD installer) and I've been stuck with the traditional WinMo 6.1 for years! I've only been able to tolerate it because I installed SPB Home Plus which also tries to copy the whole interface of the HTC phones. Whoever you are, you have my deepest gratitude!
  8. I flashed my Omnia with "PDhee_i900Omnia_23544_M2Dv2_beta1" and everything is swell except that I can't seem to connect to the Internet at all--- even when Synched with my laptop which is connected to the Net or connected to WiFi. =/ I really do love everything except that...
  9. Wait. So this means that flashing on Windows 7 32-bit is okay but not on Windows 7 64-bit? :lol: (Without having to get a virtual workstation with VMWare a Windows XP CD or .ISO.)

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