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Cooking for the i8000 and b7610 (b7610 community help!)

31st January 2010, 11:00 PM |#11  
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I am another owner of B7610 and as it was pointed out is a better device than TP2 but i have to say I really miss testing know roms every week.
1st February 2010, 11:33 AM |#12  
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Talking Samsung B7610 is a very good phone!!
Yes, I agree with you all. Samsung B7610 is great phone in all the aspects apart from its software. I wish if xda pay a little attention to it and add a little section for it in this forum. I am really missing xda roms since I upgraded my phone from HTC P3600.

I also wish if omnia 2 rom cookers could cook something for it. It should be easy for them due to the similar features.

Thanks digao100nocao for arising such a subject.
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1st February 2010, 01:47 PM |#13  
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I completely agree. I´m pretty sure the Samsung Omnia Pro 7610 would actually sell more units if a cook were to adapt the existing ROMs to what users are actually asking for.
1st February 2010, 02:36 PM |#14  
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Go Cooks Go!
1st February 2010, 10:08 PM |#15  
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same here !
2nd February 2010, 11:39 AM |#16  
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please go in the kitchen and cook..
b7610 rocks!
2nd February 2010, 03:17 PM |#17  
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yeeeeesss... please make cooked rom for B7610.. i love this phone..
but too much not useful programs like communities, search widget, msn money, msn bing search, msn weather, connected home, and the smartreader that not very smart on reading anything, to many errors on recognizing letters..

and the lag, makes me want to flash a clean WM6.1 ROM.. please do something about it..

there are already some cooked ROMs on

but i prefer flash ROMs from this forum.. i trust this forum more..
5th February 2010, 03:49 PM |#18  
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I dream of a custom rom on my omnia pro fabulous
5th February 2010, 05:26 PM |#19  
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Originally Posted by ashadibudi

....but i prefer flash ROMs from this forum.. i trust this forum more..

It's not the point of trusting whoever makes a rom for b7610's....
Here the attentions are draw to HTC's devices... and this section has made a week ago...

Give it time people... A rom isn't made in a minute... (i think )
7th February 2010, 07:31 AM |#20  
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well. let's see the situation.
there are some roms and cooks for I8000. we know that apart from AES driver for keyboard there should be no difference.
there are some tutorials and kitchens, but no one here has the guts to try.
i suppose the only way out is to open a bounty and ask someone like dr. Khuanchai from Modaco to port some of his roms to B7610.
I would also try to get some connection to sonblack from PDAviet and ask him what he can do.
that's my 2 cents on the issue.
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