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beavis77

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I recently read about the ZTE Atlas (W) being released in at least Germany, Poland and Holland.
It looks exactly like a Vivacity a specs seem to be identical as well (different websites report different specs, though).

Looks like the Crescent family is growing! :)

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Yes, in Czech Republic too. Is it TVM, only debranded.

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So anyone got this one?

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cool according to the write ups it has android 2.3.6 so would be great t get hold of the rom and root it etc!!!

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My wife bought this phone. With 100MB internal space it is more than small... No Updates possible. I'm trying to root this device, therefore made a backup over CWM (yes, i managed to get it on the phone - supposedly there must be a rom Backup somewhere on the SD card). Now i'm a bit stuck, because i don't want to brick it (would mean: sleeping on the couch for destroying her new tool :-) ) during the rooting process...

^V^

Edited by vitzlibutzli, 17 September 2012 - 11:52 AM.

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You could install cm7,9 or fish and chips, those are rooted cistom roms

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You mean by installing a custom rom the phone is also rooted? I thought the order should be root and than custom rom? Well... i don't want to screw around with cutting the rom; it will be CM 7.2 for daily use...

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Yes, the custom Rom will be rooted.Just install it via CWM.But don't forget to use the vivaci kernel,else some of the buttons won't work right. CM 7.2 is a good choise, it has few bugs is fast, has many options, looks, and good battery life. I have benn using it on my Altlas W for the last few weeks and I am still impressed by it.

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Thank you so far. I will give it a try ;-)

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By the way: it's Android 2.3.5 and no update available over http://wwwen.zte.com...6539.zip]Update

Edited by vitzlibutzli, 18 September 2012 - 08:14 PM.

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