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Question [Q] European HTC Gratia ROM.

I have read almost every thread on upgrading the HTC Aria operating system, in particular the "Liberated" ROM or excellent Cyanogen.

... now it's finally appeared the HTC Gratia and then there is a "official" version of Froyo with Sense on the air.

What I see however is that there are available only "asian" ROM and not "european", so I ask if anyone has tried to upgrade the Aria with the european ROM, and then with english / french / spanish / italian language.

I ask this because I understand you can upgrade later with an application, but would remain the language of the T9 and other things in English.

Is possible to get an update in italian (or French, spanish, etc ...) complete, with T9 in italian and the ability to dictate italian destinations in Google Maps and navigate then with the signs in language?

There is a port of the European Gratia? Or what ROM I use to use a European language, Cyanogen?

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(sorry, I read a lot of post buth none about using FULL language different from english or chinese)
 
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Same question here. I bought an Aria a few days ago and now I want a complete German OS.
Is this possible?
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  • HTC Titan [X310E] (WP7 7.10.8107.79 Mango)
  • HTC Aria [Gratia] (Android 2.2 - not yet rooted)

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  • HTC Touch Diamond (WM 6.5.X)
  • HTC TyTN II [P4550 Kaiser 120] (WM 6.0)

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Same question here. I bought an Aria a few days ago and now I want a complete German OS.
Is this possible?
Try Cyanogen 7, it's fully traduced in your country language.
 
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I have read almost every thread on upgrading the HTC Aria operating system, in particular the "Liberated" ROM or excellent Cyanogen.

... now it's finally appeared the HTC Gratia and then there is a "official" version of Froyo with Sense on the air.

What I see however is that there are available only "asian" ROM and not "european", so I ask if anyone has tried to upgrade the Aria with the european ROM, and then with english / french / spanish / italian language.

I ask this because I understand you can upgrade later with an application, but would remain the language of the T9 and other things in English.

Is possible to get an update in italian (or French, spanish, etc ...) complete, with T9 in italian and the ability to dictate italian destinations in Google Maps and navigate then with the signs in language?

There is a port of the European Gratia? Or what ROM I use to use a European language, Cyanogen?

Thanks.

(sorry, I read a lot of post buth none about using FULL language different from english or chinese)
Take a look at the Liberated Aria 2.2 FR008. It is based on the European Gratia ROM and has all of the supported languages you asked about.

http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=819715
 
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I am also looking for the Gratia stock ROM. I am running CM7 at the moment and have the problem that my NAND backup of my original ROM is corrupt. I would like to be able to go back to stock.

Could somebody make a Nandroid backup and upload it? Thanks!
 
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Yeah me too.
I'm lookin just for regular stock HTC Gratia WWE rom. All i found are asian version of RUU ROMS and from diferent operaters
 
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I have backup from clockworkmod recovery. Should I share it? (I can do it after Jul, 18th)
 
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Whats the problem with visiting the HTC site and getting the RUU for your device? I assume if they sell the phone there they have an RUU update for your country?
 
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Whats the problem with visiting the HTC site and getting the RUU for your device? I assume if they sell the phone there they have an RUU update for your country?
There's no RUU for the Gratia.
 
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So if there is no RUU for the Gratia, then what we are talking about here is a custom ROM, which sounds like exactly the opposite of what these guys want. They want an official 2.2 update for their phone, that DOESN'T exist obviously.

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