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To get the phone working again, you need to download a W200i
EUROPE_2 custpack (depends on your phone's package). You have to create folders that go tpa then inside the tpa
folder, a folder named preset then inside that folder, a folder named
custom. So, it goes tpa/preset/custom with the customize.xml ..., in the
custom folder now zip it up so you have tpa.zip, put it in the MISC box
and press flash.
Front pannel audio is located left of the pci slots
: : : . : : : thats what it looks like
from left to right there are seven sets of pins 1234567.
3 and 7 should be the pins you want for a standard front panel audio as far as i see in the manualICEBOX
The Front Panel Audio connection should have a couple of wires to plug in into your MotherBoard. Usually, the connectors are named and all you need to know is the exact location in your MotherBoard. I would suggest you to visit your MotherBoard manufacturer and download the manual for your MoBo. You will find in the manual a diagram of the MotherBoard which shows the location for those wires.
You can add flash menus, change camera driver, change acoustics, add languages with FSX
You can upload stuff to phone either with own_custpack method or via FSX
Rest all remain same. Here is a list a of directories with information. Download the stuff and upload them
ifs/settings/acoustic/ >> Acoustics file
ifs/settings/camera/ >> Camera driver ifs/settings/display/ >> Display driver
tpa/preset/system/desktop/flash >> flash menus
tpa/system/layout/ >> layout.xml tpa/system/system/mutlitmedia/mp/skin >> Walkman 2 skins tpa/system/preset/multimedia/pe >> frames , clipart etc tpa/system/preset/multimedia/av >> visualizations
tpa/user >> stock pics and themes…
pa/preset/system/settings >> startup and shutdown screens ! all are GIF but with no extension tpa/preset/system/sound >> all sound files tpa/preset/system/menu >> the famous menu.ml tpa/preset/system/fonts >> fonts ! /usb/audio >> locked music (can be deleted with FSX only but not with phone) /tpa/user/audio/ locked music /tpa/preset/default/audio/ locked music /USB/IMAGE >> locked images.. can be deleted /tpa/user/image/ >> locked images /tpa/prest/default/image/ locked images ;Locked Themes -> /USB/THEME ;Locked Themes -> /TPA/USER/THEME ;Locked Themes -> /TPA/PRESET/DEFAULT/THEMECheck out the FS for more directories and locations Please check out the customization of phone tutorial for more. You can use either own_custpack method or FAR MANAGe thanks rate it................
well really you just have to put the wires to where they fix right. but for some wires, they look the same so you have to find a lable on the side of the wire and try to find the same lable on the motherboard. in some cases there are no lablings so it would be much hard to tell you how. but if thats the case i will do so.
Go to this Asus site. Fill in the needed information on the right. This will than take you to your board. Download the manual.
Using the manual you will be able to set up your switches.
On the board and it is very hard to see. Every pin has a plus sign "+", that is the power. Black and some times white is ground. Other colors like red and green are "+". http://support.asus.com/download/download.aspx?SLanguage=en-us