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HP620LX Rom Upgrade problem

I have installed the CE 3.0 upgrade ROM F1793 in my 620LX. I backed up all data before the upgrade, but after doing the upgrade and restoring my data, my contacts, tasks, and appointments (calendar) data is not present. The Tasks and contacts apps do seem to know about the filters/categories I had defined, but the detail data does not appear...

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yes you can do it see here for the step by step detailed process.

Tutorial for Update to Android Lollipop 5.0 :
  1. Download Android 5.0 Lollipop ROM from one of the link on Bottom.
  2. Install the ROM Manager on your Wiko Barry. Get it from Google Play Store, then install the clockwork mod recovery. You also can use ROM Installer application from JRummy Apps Inc.(Get it from Google Play Store).
  3. Connect your Wiko Barry to your PC employing the USB information cable. Copy the "ROM.zip" file you downloaded to the SD memory card.
  4. Restart your device in the recovery mode using ROM Manager. As soon as in Recovery Mode, go to ROM Manager and select backup/restore to back-up your information.
  5. From the Recovery Menu do a total data erase (including Delvik Cache). When completed, go back to Recovery Principal Menu and choose Flash ROM from SD Card. Navigate the location you copied the "ROM.zip" file and follow the directions for installing Android 5.0 Lollipop on your Wiko Barry. As soon as the installation is over, just reboot your Wiko Barry device, and here you go, you've just upgraded it to the new Android 5.0 Lollipop.
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I want to change the language of my HTC Touch HD T8282 from Russian to English. WM 6.1 professional OC CE 5.2.20757 (build 20757.1.4.0) SPL- 1.14.0000


You'll need to download a brand new rom for it. Your phone will run Windows Mobile 6.5 perfectly, so it's definitely time to upgrade. You'll need a computer running at least Windows XP, your USB data cable, as well as Windows Mobile Device Center installed to upgrade your rom. Once the software is installed, connect your phone to your USB, and start the .exe file for the rom. Make sure you have a full battery before upgrading your rom, and DO NOT TURN OFF YOUR PHONE even if it looks like it has locked or frozen - it hasn't. The file can be found here. http://www.htc.com/www/supportdownload.aspx?p_id=179&cat=2&dl_id=533 Input your serial number, and select the rom upgrade in the drop down box, make sure your phone is connected and charged, and that WMDC is running, and click the file to start the upgrade. Again, DO NOT TURN OFF YOUR PHONE even if it looks like it has locked or frozen. Leave your phone upgrading for a while, go have a cup of tea. When you get back, you'll have an upgraded operating system, and a phone with English as the language. Any problems or questions, please feel free to reply.

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I can't turn on bluetooth for htc hd2. it said" Error in loading the Bluetooth stack (oxi)


Hello Tuy,

It seems that you have to update the software of HTC HD2 Smartphone. HTC provides Rom Upgrade in which it completely replaces the built - in software in the phone. Rom upgrade in the HTC HD2 Smartphone extends its features, imroves its performance which makes it easy to use.

Download the Rom Upgrade from the link provided below :

http://www.htc.com/www/SupportDownload.aspx?p_id=297&cat=2&dl_id=856


Rom upgradation completely erase the personal data and the customized settingsor any installed programs in the
HTC HD2 Smartphone. Before Rom upgradation pleas backup all your data.

Please visit the below links to backup your data before upgradation :

http://www.htc.com/www/howto.aspx?p_id=297&id=191

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During ROM upgrade, make sure that your phone battery is at least 50% charged. Automatic standby and hibernation are disabled in computer, and close all running programs. Do not disconnect your
HTC HD2 Smartphone from your computer while the phone software is being updated. If you disconnect the HTC HD2 Smartphonee during the software update, it may become unusable.




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I have an HTC 8925 and when I turn it on, it turns on but it doesn't fully load. The only thing it shows is the ATandT logo on a white background. It does not make any sound or beep or anything in that...


Thanks for visiting FixYa!

From your explanation, it sounds like you've downloaded an app or program that has a driver conflict with the phone's operating system. You may need to flash your phone's ROM (operating system) with a new updated version to get it to work properly again. Since you didn't include who your cellular carrier is, I'm going to assume that it is AT&T. If the phone is not an AT&T Branded phone, disregard these instructions.

This phone is also called the HTC Tilt 2 (AT&T) and there is a new ROM download for the phone which should solve your problem. You'll need to follow the directions EXACTLY to flash your phone's ROM - and I do mean exactly!

This software update is intended for the HTC Tilt 2 for AT&T only and users should not load or attempt to load this version on any other device as it may cause serious issues/damage.

Please note that during the update process, the device will be Hard Reset and anything that is NOT part of the Operating System (contacts, calendar, music, etc) will be permanently deleted; always make a point of backing up your device's data on a regular basis!



Before you proceed, please confirm that this software upgrade is a newer version than what is currently loaded on your device. If it is the same version and your device is operating normally, there is no need to reload the software.


To determine the software version running on your device, go to Start > Settings > System Folder > Device Information > Software Information.

Validate that the ROM version is 2.10.502.4 if it is not, you will need to update the software on you device.

Before you run the ROM Upgrade Utility (RUU), make sure you check and do the following first:

  • USB sync cable is connected to your device and PC to establish a connection with Activesync/Windows Mobile Device Center. If you don't have ActiveSync installed on your PC already, the CD found inside your handset box can be used to install the application. If you lost the disk, please go to www.microsoft.com >Downloads & Trials> Windows Mobile Downloads and download the appropriate application (ActiveSync or Windows Mobile Device Center) depending on your PC's OS. You will also need Outlook or Outlook express installed in order to backup your contacts, calendars, e-mail, tasks etc.
  • Remove your storage card prior to running the upgrade. Do not put it back into your phone until after the upgrade process is complete.
  • The standby and hibernation modes are disabled on the computer.
  • All running applications on the computer have been closed.
  • Ensure that you device has a battery level of at least 50% (Start > Settings > System Folder > Power > Battery) If the battery "dies" during the upgrade process, there is a chance that the device will not recover and will need to be sent to HTC for repair.
  • The update can take several minutes so set aside time when you will not be interrupted.
  • Do Not interrupt the upgrade process or press any buttons on the device until the process has been completed (the device will reset itself when the update is done).
  • Warning: Installing this update will erase all data stored on the device, restoring your device to the factory default settings. Please be sure to back up any important files to preserve your data.

General Procedure on Installing the ROM Update

  1. Back up your personal data from the Mobile Device to your computer using ActiveSync (Windows XP or sooner)/Windows Mobile Device Center (Windows Vista and Windows 7) or a 3rd party backup utility if you want to ensure you don't lose any of your data.
    • If using a 3rd party backup utility, be sure that you are not backing up the Registry as this will cause issues once restored to the device after the update.
    • You will need to reload any 3rd party applications manually. Once you have created your backup file, be sure to copy the backup file to a storage card (ensure that Storage Card Encryption has been disabled on the device if you have enabled it) or to your PC before proceeding with the ROM update.
  2. On your computer, click on the Download link (below) and save the file to your desktop.
  3. Establish a connection between ActiveSync/Windows Mobile Device Center and your device using the provided USB Data cable.
  4. Locate the ROM file (the one you saved in step 2 above) on your PC and double-click on the file to run the ROM Update Utility (RUU) to install the ROM update to your Mobile Device.
  5. Follow the RUU Wizard prompts. When presented with the readme screen, please read the Readme since it provides a lot of valuable information on the upgrade process and what you can expect during the upgrade process. Check the box beside the "I understand the caution indicated above and has reviewed the Readme" and then press Next to continue. The remaining steps will typically involve checking the check box and pressing the Next or Upgrade button until the upgrade is completed.
  6. Restore your personal data back to your Mobile Device using ActiveSync/Windows Mobile Device Center or the 3rd party backup utility you selected.
Click here:
HTC Tilt 2 (AT&T) ROM Update 2.10.502.4 ' 08.30.2010 then click on: Download when you get to the HTC Downloads page to download the ROM to your PC. Then begin the install.

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1-Boot with the Windows XP CD and at the Setup Screen press the Enter Key
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The next screen gives you the option to do a fresh (clean) install or to repair the selected Windows XP installation. To run a Repair Install Press "R" at this time.
***CAUTION*** if you do not see the option to repair the selected Windows XP installation DO NOT choose the option to continue installing a fresh copy without repairing as that will overwrite your data and cause unrecoverable data loss.
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When Setup has completed you should find all of your previously installed apps and settings are intact.

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This is my best solution to get you out of this weird and unusual situation.

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O2 xda exec


This is the suggestion they provide on O2 website for such problems:
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  • Perform a hard reset (PDA phone) or return to default settings (Smartphone) and test again. (read below before dong this)
  • Check that the application still fails to execute after you upgraded the ROM (OS) to the latest revision. If you haven't upgraded your ROM (OS) do so now and check again.
But before doing the hard reset, I suggest you try installing other camera software for windows mobile 5 and check if the camera still working (not a hardware problem). If its still fail, try the hard reset after backing up all you data.

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