[REF] Don't Start A New Thread - Acer A1 Questions & Answers Here!
CREDIT TO scotchua FOR THE ORIGINAL IDEA FOR THIS THREAD
For those who haven't bothered to read the READ THIS BEFORE POSTING announcement by mrvanx, I brought it to you:
A few things you should keep in mind before posting to XDA-Developers forums:
Check if your question has been asked before
Some questions just keep popping up over and over. Please use the 'search function' in the menu above each and every page in the forum. Try entering a few keywords to see if your question has been asked before. If it has, please read the topics and see if you can figure it our from there. You can also search inside a topic if it has too many comments by using the search function (CTRL+F) in your browser. If you don't find the answer, please post a comment to the relevant thread instead of starting a new one.RTFW, or Read the Wiki
Chances are your question is already answered on the wiki: Make sure you browse through the FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions) before you start a new topic. If it's an obvious or common question, chances are someone has already put the answer there.ETFW, or Edit the Wiki
Information stored in the wiki is dynamic: The wiki makes it easy for anyone to contribute or edit pages, and link them together, it is the best way to keep all information current and accurate. If you ask something in the forum which you didn't find on the wiki previously, please take 5 minutes of your time to EDIT the wiki and add the information there when you get an answer. This is the only way to avoid tons of new threads asking the very same questions over and over and over again.First time here?
Don't be afraid of editing the wiki if you don't understand the wiki syntax: Formating may seem a bit complicated at the beginning, but you don't have to care too much if you just want to add content, add it as if you were writing a text document and sure someone more experienced with wiki syntax will edit it after and correct the bad formating mistakes.
If it's your first time here, we encourage you to read general XDA-Developers guidelines too, which is an extended version of what has already been said here.
Please consider a few guidelines before posting to the Blackstone Forum and Subfora!
(also applies to other Fora!)
DO check whether your question has been asked before!
There are some questions that have been asked before several times.
Use the “Search
” function on the brown menu bar on the top of the page. There you have the options the have Google search inside XDA-developers site or to use the built-in forum search.
If your search has no/unsatisfying results, try with different keywords.
If your question has been asked, read the thread or use the “Search
” function to search through that specific thread.
If you don’t find the answer, try posting in that thread as chances are bigger someone can help you.
DO read the Wiki!
Chances are that the answer to your question is already to be found in the Wiki
. So please check the Wiki
and read the FAQs
DO edit the Wiki!
All the information that is stored in the Wiki
is dynamic. Therefore it can be edited by everyone. Updating the Wiki
in this way leaves us with an up to date Wiki
which can successfully answer other user’s question only by reading it.
Also posting an answer you get on the forum to the Wiki
helps other users with future similar questions.
Don't be afraid of editing the Wiki if you don't understand the wiki syntax:
Formating may seem a bit complicated at the beginning, but you don't have to care too much if you just want to add content, add it as if you were writing a text document and sure someone more experienced with wiki syntax will edit it after and correct the bad formating mistakes.
As a rule of thumb, let’s try to maintain the following structure:
Omnia II General
(General talk. Post general issues related to Blackstone, software, skins, fixes, tips, tricks, OS issues, etc.)
Omnia II ROM development
(Specific talk. Post issues related to upgrading only, Utilities, HardSPL, Radios, unbricking, etc.)
Omnia II accessories
(Specific talk. Post issues related to accessories only, SD Cards, headsets, remote, etc.)
ATTENTION CHEFs and USERS!
Let's try to post our ROMs the following way:
[ROM][LANGUAGE][DATE]rom name and version (Build)[STATUS]
[ROM][WWE][05.08.08]Duttys Diamond v.1.5 (CE OS 5.2.19965-Build 5.2.20273)[ONLINE]
[ROM][WWE][05.08.08]SwiftBL Diamond v5.0 Full + Lite (CE OS 5.2.20273-Build 5.2.20273)[ONLINE]
[ROM][WWE|GER|FRA|ITA][31.07.08]Public Beta: bElite ROM (CE OS 5.2.20273-Build 5.2.20273)[ONLINE]
[ROM][WWE][15.05.08]HTC OFFICIAL 1.93.456.2[ONLINE]
* If name is too long for Thread title, leave out the [STATUS] ([ONLINE], [OFFLINE])
For upgrade tools (HSPL, SSPL, CID, SIM, etc.), use:
For complete kitchens, use:
For projects, use:
For utilities, use:
[KITCHEN][Language]name and version (Build)
For requests, use:
For questions, use:
For themes, use:
For reference threads (tutorials, guides, etc.), use:
Items from moderators that need special attention will use:
[UTIL]name and version
Looks better, doesn't it?
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