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To continue such a useful discussion can some one explain the link mentioned below

http://www.msmobiles.../i.php/478.html

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That is an old subject and even older that the original post here.
All that link shows is the beta leaked copy of 2003 on the old SPV.
Don't forget the Original SPV does not have enough memory to make upgrading worthwhile.

Later on dopod 515 was released with an increased SDRAM doubling it to a 32MB which was comparable to the HTC Voyager. This increase enabled the operating system to be upgraded to 2003.

Qtek then went one further with the 6080 which doubled the memory again to 64MB but this device does not appear to have been released and depending where you read the info some sites claim it was only 24MB which is more realistic for the device.

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Hello,

i bought an Dopod 515 last week (Legends may sleep, but never die ;) ). The WM2003 Rom does only support chinese T9. So a tried to make a backup with a Voyager Rom - unsuccessfull (0%) :cry:

The Bootloader Version of the chinese ROM was 0.93, so I could only backup to the Tanager WM2002-ROMs (Qtek 1.50.9.1 or Orange 1.6.4.10).

Now i've got an WM2002 Rom on my Dopod and can't backup back to WM2003. I tried to copy the bootloader of a E200 with usbterm but the result was negative.

Has anybody an idea where i can get a WM2003-Rom for my Dopod 515 (but without chinese T9).

Greetz Daniel (from Germany)

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There is not a 2003 ROM available for the canary unless dopod released an update, but as far as I am aware they have not done so.

The Voyager and Canary bootloaders are not compatable so you could easily kill your phone if you are not careful playing with USBterm.

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That means: no chance to get back to WM2003? :roll:

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Yep unless you would like to risk sending your phone to dopod to haveit reflashed.

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Yep unless you would like to risk sending your phone to dopod to haveit reflashed.

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This is a Joke, or isn't it? :shock: ;)

There must be another method!

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nope no other solution that I am aware of.

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