I gave this short title to this topic because... I'm simply having troubles. Troubles upgrading, syncing, translating.
I have a Qtek2020. It had WM2003 installed. Had, because I finally managed to install WM6.
But let's go by order.
Some days ago I found this awesome fantastic
forum full with binaries.
I have some experience with ROM flashing with various devices. I also did upgrade my OS several times on my 2020. And I decided now it's time for WM6. Many people here said it works, and I wanted to upgrade too.
I'm Italian, so you would understand that I prefer using an Italian OS. But I first wanted to install English WM6 to try it out.
I downloaded TofClock AKU 0.7 and tried to install. But then, the first troubles.
I could no way
upgrade my device on my home PC, which runs Vista x64. When I put the device in bootloader mode, the upgrade software returned error 101.
So I tried to do the upgrade at office, under XP SP2 (x86 platform), and everything gone fine
OK, you would say, you got your new fresh OS. I actually don't have musch to complain about TofClock: I really say BIG BIG HUGE THANKS
to the genius that did it!
But here's another problem. Still at office, I could no way
sync my PDA on ActiveSync 4.5. Windows didn't install the driver properly.
I came back home: as I said, I run Vista x64. Fortunately, Vista downloaded a driver from Windows Update and the whole thing worked.
OK, you would say. You even got your sync relationship at home.
But now that I saw it worked, I wanted to install an Italian version, maybe even cooked a bit, so I downloaded both the Kitchen and the Microwave for m0dding and translation. The firts thing I tried was the Microwave I found at http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...lian+microwave
I followed the full tutorial literally
but I had the following problems:
- There was no dump directory. Only dump.src. And dump, filled with tons of files, was required
- There was no nk.nb file
- There was no 800401-OS.bin file, required by other parts of the batch script
I tried on my Vista x64 and I also tried on a XP SP2 Virtual Machine on my desktop PC. Same result. I found another tutorial. I will probabily try it, but I'm so confused now. Why am I the only one who can't translate his ROM by following literally a tutorial?
Can somebody help me? Maybe with an already-working ROM for Himalaya that I can flash by myself?
At this time, I'm trying to connect my USB cradle to my Virtual Machine using USB over Network, because if I want to do this at home I have no other choice than using XP x86.
Meanwhile, I ask you help with translation. Please! I just need to run it in Italian. I will take care of Kitchen and all the mess that comes with customization later. I only need Italian now, and I need to be able to upgrade. I still have 15 days (by now) of trial license for USB over Network. I could even share my cradle with somebody that is able to do the upgrade remotely, because, as far as I know, if connection breaks during upgrade and the process fails, the Bootloader mode prevents the PDA to become another brick in the wall
and the operation can be still tried again.
I will leave my MSN Messenger contact on my profile. You can find me everytime but business days/hours.
Thanks in advance.