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Default 8525 ROM upgrade question

Can I use the Official WM6 HTC TyTN ROM
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the WM6 5.2.1238 Black Edition 3.0.1 ROM?

which is better?
can i use 8525 in video calling?



I already used the HTC Hermes SIM & CID Unlock.

I am using WM6 3.62.502.3 AT&T ROM

using the unit in the philippines, video calling is enabled here.
 
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for the most part.......cooked rom is better than a shipped rom.
 
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is it ok to upgrade to WM6 5.2.1238 Black Edition 3.0.1 ROM?
no problems/issues?
 
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yes no problems, although there are much newer cooked roms available now, check the wiki or the wm6 subforum
 
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sir, what is the latest ROM i can use for my 8525?

will it enable the video calling?

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It doesn't matter how late the ROM is. There is no ROM gonna help you with video calling on 8525 because there is no front camera which made for that function. Shell out more money to get HTC TyTN if you really need video calling works.
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