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[mi7ROM] [18.04.12] [multi lang]mi7ROM_4_TANGO_8773 FINAL

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By mirolg, Retired Recognized Developer on 17th April 2012, 07:32 PM
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16th May 2012, 04:25 PM |#41  
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you can use headphone???

Oops, no, sorry. Headphones doesn't work. Post edited!
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17th May 2012, 02:09 PM |#42  
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how can i connect to hidden ssid?
20th May 2012, 01:12 PM |#43  
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I got this phone without the hands-free kit. I was thinking of buying one...so the headphones aren't compatible with WP7?
21st May 2012, 08:27 AM |#44  
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Please, rom 8779
Please, make rom 8779
22nd May 2012, 01:00 PM |#45  
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Thanks for your work, Miro!

I'm a newbie and your tutorial and rom works perfectly for me. Everything goes OK, I'm so happy because now I've WP7 on my Toshiba TG01. THANKS!!

Unfortunately, I've a little problem with USB Connection. The USB connector is not working properly. If the phone is ON and I connect the cable, it does nothing (no charge, no headphones). However, if I connect the cable with the phone OFF and I turn ON it detects the USB without problems and I can charge the battery. Do you know how can I fix it?

Sorry for my english. I'll copy the same issue in spanish, maybe I had not explained very well.

"El conector USB no funciona correctamente. Si el móvil está encendido y conecto el cable no hace nada. En cambio, si conecto el cable con el móvil apagado y lo enciendo lo detecta sin problemas y puedo cargar la batería."

Thanks again for your job, Miro!

I have this same problem...
26th May 2012, 05:48 AM |#46  
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Hi Mirolg, thank for your contribution to the TG01 community. I'm very happy with this Tango 8773 WP7 rom even with a little bug for camera, sms and etc, but it still worth for upgrade to WP7 OS. Battery Problem never bother me, just buy few batters for back-up due to small capacity 1000mAh.

One more thing, is it possible to put INTERNET SHARING on this custom rom? like Nokia Lumia 610, quite similar spec (800MHz processor and 256m ram) compare with TG01.

Thank you.
27th May 2012, 06:19 AM |#47  
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I have Softbank X02T and managed to flash to this ROM. Many thanks and my phone is unlocked. I have a few questions regarding WP7.

1) Is micro SD usable? Free memory is only 2MB after flashing.
2) How to get more space if micro SD is not usable?
3) I have used Android and WM 6.5 and I found WP7 is less customizable. Is there any tweak which I can do for my phone to improve usage experience
4) Is it possible for me to flash back to WM6.5 without bricking it?

Sorry if the questions above have been answered before. I just cant find them.
28th May 2012, 08:07 AM |#48  
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Hi,

I was able to get WP7 working fine after help from the tutorial, amazing work btw.

Just 1 problem which is bugging me right now, the screen needs to be recalibrated somehow. It seems that the touch calibration is off towards the right side a bit, so if i have to press anything, i have to press it from the left side of the icon and not the middle, else it would not get selected.

Any ideas on screen calibration ?

Thanks in advance.
29th May 2012, 09:16 PM |#49  
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I have Softbank X02T and managed to flash to this ROM. Many thanks and my phone is unlocked. I have a few questions regarding WP7.

1) Is micro SD usable? Free memory is only 2MB after flashing.
2) How to get more space if micro SD is not usable?
3) I have used Android and WM 6.5 and I found WP7 is less customizable. Is there any tweak which I can do for my phone to improve usage experience
4) Is it possible for me to flash back to WM6.5 without bricking it?

Sorry if the questions above have been answered before. I just cant find them.

very nice, you are welcome ....

1)/2) yes put one in and restart your device ...micro SD is usable, more storage only with a micro SD- tg01 use the most for the ROM
3) yes, you can install my mi7SKIN
4) yes, follow my TUT ...
29th May 2012, 09:18 PM |#50  
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Hi,

I was able to get WP7 working fine after help from the tutorial, amazing work btw.

Just 1 problem which is bugging me right now, the screen needs to be recalibrated somehow. It seems that the touch calibration is off towards the right side a bit, so if i have to press anything, i have to press it from the left side of the icon and not the middle, else it would not get selected.

Any ideas on screen calibration ?

Thanks in advance.

normally no callibration on wp7 needed- no screen calibration settings
maybe reflash the wp7 rom again ...
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I did that, upgraded to Mango and Tango, both had the same issue. Hence i had to shift down to 6.5 now. I so miss WP7 though...

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