Notes: Your phone must be unlocked. I use Olipro 2.40. You also have to have a GPS radio installed. I use version 3.42.50. Please read up on flashing roms for the Titan if this is your first time. I'm not responsible for you breaking/bricking/making your phone unusable. Use at your own risk!
I will include a Verizon ROM and a Carrierless ROM. Should work with DCD's carrier cabs, but I have no way to test. Please let me know if it works!
6.5.X ROM 23569 - Verizon - Updated 5/23/10
6.5.X ROM 23569 - No Carrier - Updated 5/23/10
This is a WM6.5 ROM for the Titan. I've started cooking a rom for this device because it seems like other ROMs don't update with new builds too often anymore. This 6.5 ROM is designed to be light and useable everyday.
It has 23MB of free RAM in low memory mode, and about 29MB of free RAM in high memory mode(no camera) while using ActiveSync. It runs stable and has 119MB free memory for programs/files.
In order to save memory and resources, some packages have been removed. This means that not all features are available or will not work with this ROM. If it's not included in the ROM, and somebody asks for the feature, I'll do my best to provide a method to install the features in the future.
This is a work in progress, and it's not for everybody. Some things just don't work, but the things that work run well.
I'm going to try to support this ROM as best as I can, but I'm not a pro at this. Alot of my work has been trial and error and reading through the forums to fix my mistakes. I will probably try to keep up with updates until January of 2011, where I'll be able to get a Touch Pro 2 with Verizon's new every two.
The ROM generated thanks to the PPCKitchen.org project. I think it's a great utility that helps a normal person like me cook a custom ROM. Feel free to give their utility a try if you want to cook your own ROM.
Additionally, thanks to all the developers who have publicly provided fixes/patches/updates/programs to the Titan world. Most are long gone and have moved on to better phones, but I wouldn't still be using my XV6800 without their work.