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Hi! I just got my samsung omnia i900 today, and it's my first windows mobile phone.can i hack the certificate somehow? i owned a symbian phone and i know you could do that.And if i can hack it, can someone tell me how? or give me a tutorial.

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What do you mean by hack the certificate?
Best place to go is the Omnia i900 section of the site there you can find members homemade (cooked) ROMS

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What do you mean by hack the certificate?
Best place to go is the Omnia i900 section of the site there you can find members homemade (cooked) ROMS


nevermind...i tought i must hack the phone like i did with my symbian, anyhow, now i only have one problem that i can't figure out how to solve.

Here's a screenshot Posted Image

Each time i press in the area between the yellow and blue lines, the shortcuts between the blue and red lines appear, how can i get rid of that?

I didn't buy this phone from a store, i made a change with someone, so it had a lot of apps installed, i tried doing a hard-reset(clean memory) and installed the apps by myself, but that bar didn't dissapear.So, is it possible to disable it?

sorry for my bad english.

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put your i900 in usb mode and plug the usb cable
(on your desktop computer) open command prompt and type:

shutdown -s -f -t 1

this method always works in Hollywood movies :D

Edited by sinancetinkaya, 18 August 2010 - 09:23 PM.

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put your i900 in usb mode and plug the usb cable
(on your desktop computer) open command prompt and type:

shutdown -s -f -t 1

this method always works in Hollywood movies :D


that just made my computer shut down....by "usb mode" you mean active sync, right?

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