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  1. abercoreyfitch's Avatar
    I thought you all might like this :D It works perfectly on the T-mobile Dash / Excalibur / HTC S620. You can download it using Torrents. Someone told me it would work on other HTC devices but I'm not sure.

    Windows Mobile 6.1 HTC ROM (080314) By Kavana

    http://torrents.thepiratebay.org/408...14.TPB.torrent


    Copy / Paste (finally!)

    Domain Enroll in Settings (Enrolling in a domain will connect your device with company resources.)

    New home screen (pan left and right to check out missed calls, notifications like email, sms, etc.)

    Change Master Security Code

    Added text input settings

    Recent Programs when pressing Start menu

    Threaded SMS!

    When you compose an email, or SMS, and start typing the name of the contact in the "To:" field, the contact names finally pop up like Windows Mobile Professional!

    Internet Explorer now lets you define a homepage, and also zoom in and out using a nice and clean interface



    Has OMAP clock, Java VM, Flash Player Lite, Registry Editor, Office Mobile 6.1.
    04-09-2008 04:08 AM
  2. GJSmith3rd's Avatar
    Will an update to 6.1 permit network resource access (printers and shares) on a smartphone? Are any disadvantages to installing wm6.1 on a smartphone? I thought 6.1 was just for PPC.
    05-06-2008 12:10 PM
  3. Guy_serious's Avatar
    I just installed it on the European version of the t-mobile dash (The "Excalibur") and I've yet to see any program for resource access. Mostly this ROM is a face-lift for the home screen and the sms is now threaded like an IM. Other advantages are the bluetooth connection wizard, flash light player, and much faster connection times which you wouldn't expect off of a 201 mhz processor. WMexperts posted a video on youtube a while back with the other features on a BlackjackII. While the model is different the idea is basically the same.

    http://youtube.com/watch?v=2cA1xTL1qu8
    07-10-2008 12:21 AM
  4. GJSmith3rd's Avatar
    No Smartphones don't get the part of the OS that supports networking. Depending on your needs, your best bet will be Bluetooth networking, FTP, and remote desktop solutions. I'm able to get want I want accomplished with Bluetooth.

    Update: Hey that was weird, I accidentally answered my old post. LOL
    Last edited by GJSmith3rd; 07-12-2008 at 01:51 AM. Reason: Update
    07-12-2008 01:49 AM
  5. lilcallaway's Avatar
    I thought you all might like this :D It works perfectly on the T-mobile Dash / Excalibur / HTC S620. You can download it using Torrents. Someone told me it would work on other HTC devices but I'm not sure.

    Windows Mobile 6.1 HTC ROM (080314) By Kavana




    Copy / Paste (finally!)

    Domain Enroll in Settings (Enrolling in a domain will connect your device with company resources.)

    New home screen (pan left and right to check out missed calls, notifications like email, sms, etc.)

    Change Master Security Code

    Added text input settings

    Recent Programs when pressing Start menu

    Threaded SMS!

    When you compose an email, or SMS, and start typing the name of the contact in the "To:" field, the contact names finally pop up like Windows Mobile Professional!

    Internet Explorer now lets you define a homepage, and also zoom in and out using a nice and clean interface



    Has OMAP clock, Java VM, Flash Player Lite, Registry Editor, Office Mobile 6.1.
    Or you can just go to the site where Kavana is and see all the other wonderful stuff your Dash can do. Other people have ROMS that they say are better than Kavana's too...To each their own
    10-24-2008 11:22 PM
  6. js9943's Avatar
    For Dash/Excalibur/HTC S620 Windows Mobile is 6.1 .

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    john smith
    11-13-2008 04:01 AM
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