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Only main memory. re: Singapore fix, unknown, but quite possibly!

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So doing this will not touch the 16GB internal or my 4GB Micro SD?

Just double checking. :D

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does this ROM solve the battery drainage problem and what is the initial amount of memory available for the program & memory respectively? anyone care to let me know

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Battery drain: too early to say.

Memory: just rebooted (have a few bits and pieces set up now, e.g. Exchange) and it's showing 53.22 storage and 61.83 program.

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Battery drain: too early to say.

Memory: just rebooted (have a few bits and pieces set up now, e.g. Exchange) and it's showing 53.22 storage and 61.83 program.

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If you flash the i908ZHHH2 version first and then flash back to the DXHH1, you will get bigger storage, around 90 MB. :D

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wow paul.. is that the fresh size u hv rite after flashing to this H1 ROM..
hope to hear about the battery performance.

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Right, my Vodafone handset came with PDA: i900XXHH1/ACHH1 PHONE: i900BUHG5.

Is this DXHH1 an update over what I already have? Is there any way to back up my existing setting so that I can load them back on in one go after running the update?

Ah, will this remove all the vodafone branding from the software too, welcome screen etc too?



First I'll just say, Paul you're a top man for all your posts on the omnia been reading for hours now and much more clued up!, although am in the same boat as 'DavidC' have a Vodafone I900V model, same PDA/Phone firmware as above, need to know if its poss do do a straight upgrade to this HH1 and also is there a need to as the org says HH1 just not radio?

thanks :D

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If you flash the i908ZHHH2 version first and then flash back to the DXHH1, you will get bigger storage, around 90 MB. :angry:

That doesn't even being to make sense :D

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wow paul.. is that the fresh size u hv rite after flashing to this H1 ROM..
hope to hear about the battery performance.

No, as stated above i've set up Exchange and installed a few bits and pieces.

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First I'll just say, Paul you're a top man for all your posts on the omnia been reading for hours now and much more clued up!, although am in the same boat as 'DavidC' have a Vodafone I900V model, same PDA/Phone firmware as above, need to know if its poss do do a straight upgrade to this HH1 and also is there a need to as the org says HH1 just not radio?

thanks :D

Is it Vodafone branded? The only possible benefits are newer radio and debranding.

That said, I assume Voda have tested the ROM with their network, so I might be tempted to hang fire unless there was a specific reason for upgrading...

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Is it Vodafone branded? The only possible benefits are newer radio and debranding.

That said, I assume Voda have tested the ROM with their network, so I might be tempted to hang fire unless there was a specific reason for upgrading...

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Yeah is Voda Branded, one of the reasons i'm thinking about the upgrade as well as device seems to be slow, have an ipaq 214 with same processor/ram and is much quicker so hoped it was a voda software bug over the samsung release.

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If you flash the i908ZHHH2 version first and then flash back to the DXHH1, you will get bigger storage, around 90 MB. :D


If correct that would mean the flashing process is not going through properly and one rom is somehow not being removed properly by subsequent flashes.

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Well I'm inclined to give this one a miss, although the handset does seem a tad slow sometimes. Having said that, I know what I'm like and I'll probably end up flashing this new ROM tonight anyway. Is there anyway to check if it is truly newer than the Vodafone ROM?

FYI, the Vodafone branding is in the form of the spalsh screen when the phone boots up and shuts down, the Vodafone logo in the main menu for the Web icon (links to Opera tho), the bottom right button on the screen says 'live!' (the name of Vodafone's web service) and there is an icon for Vodafone's Find-and-Go nav on there but I can't get it to work.

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i have just updated successfully and hope risolve the battery drain problem,i am in Italy.

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great news paul. cheers! do you still need to run active sync to do the upgrade? or is it just for a data backup purposes?

downloading right now... any rapidshare.com link? my connection seems terrible to mediafire. have a good one!

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Well I'm inclined to give this one a miss, although the handset does seem a tad slow sometimes. Having said that, I know what I'm like and I'll probably end up flashing this new ROM tonight anyway. Is there anyway to check if it is truly newer than the Vodafone ROM?

FYI, the Vodafone branding is in the form of the spalsh screen when the phone boots up and shuts down, the Vodafone logo in the main menu for the Web icon (links to Opera tho), the bottom right button on the screen says 'live!' (the name of Vodafone's web service) and there is an icon for Vodafone's Find-and-Go nav on there but I can't get it to work.


Wont be able to flash mine just yet as using vista, so mine will have to wait till the weekend, but if you decide to flash then please update to let us know!

ps you can change the live! short cust easily, you'll need a reg editor like 'PHM registry Editor' beleive you can get this free or a trial if you google it, then run it and change settings in: [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\MicrosoftToday\keys\113] then change String named [Default] value to name of what to be displayed, and change string named [Open] value to path of file (i.e \windows\fexplore.exe for file manager) or what ever you want to open, changing the values in folder [112] changes left button too.

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hi paul. now this is off topic a bit so i apologise but just read the news and its awesome and am definitely going to flash after ive posted this (already flashed to g5 and previous h1) but there is a reason im posting here and not in a separate post.

my question to you tho is regarding wifi. ive had this phone for 2 days and have been on it and the net 24/7 trying to figure out how to connect wifi to our router via my omnia. ive tried everything. new roms, searching thru the phone, changing networks, trawling the web, everything and cant find anything.

however. i did notice that when i went to version, the same page as the pic you posted comes up minus the parameters you have under s/w etc for wifi. for me there is nothing there. absolutely blank.

is this a hardware problem ie there is no wifi adapter installed or a software one. does something need to be switched on or what?? im going nuts here lol

any help is greatly appreciated!!

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hi paul. now this is off topic a bit so i apologise but just read the news and its awesome and am definitely going to flash after ive posted this (already flashed to g5 and previous h1) but there is a reason im posting here and not in a separate post.

my question to you tho is regarding wifi. ive had this phone for 2 days and have been on it and the net 24/7 trying to figure out how to connect wifi to our router via my omnia. ive tried everything. new roms, searching thru the phone, changing networks, trawling the web, everything and cant find anything.

however. i did notice that when i went to version, the same page as the pic you posted comes up minus the parameters you have under s/w etc for wifi. for me there is nothing there. absolutely blank.

is this a hardware problem ie there is no wifi adapter installed or a software one. does something need to be switched on or what?? im going nuts here lol

any help is greatly appreciated!!


Have you got a MAC address filter on your router? If you you need to add your Omnia's mac address to the allow list. It's on the system screen in settings.

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