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Question [Q] Looking for "How to install"

Hi

is for the Rhodium also a tutorial like:
http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=680518

I didt it yesterday for my kaiser and it works greate now i like to test it laso on the Rhodium.

But i didt not know whitch kernel to choose. How to configurate it.
In the Kaiser tutorial is a tool named "atools" for konfiguration the kernel.
But what i have to do for the Rhodium with german keyboard?

And what do you think: is the
http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=759894
a goid choice for this rhodium?

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You can't do this on the Rhodium, there is no full ROM version of Android working yet for this phone.

The ROM you linked is for the Kaiser. ROMs are for specific phones. Flashing the ROM for the wrong phone is a very bad idea. If you flash that ROM to the Rhodium, it won't work and you will probably brick the phone.

Your best bet is Project Android. This is not a full ROM, but rather installs the the SD card. You boot it up, and it dumps Windows Mobile, and loads Android.

http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=627997
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NAND is still in the very early stages of testing for RHOD. Hopefully we'll get a full NAND like Kaiser has, but not at this time.
 
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Thanks for the informations.

I thought rodium and kaiser are very simular in their hardware.

The problem is win Mobile only runs slow on both phones.
And Froyo runs enxpected fast on the kaiser.
But without a stable rom i thin i dont try it.
 
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