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# 22315 23-May-2008 18:56
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I don't have a diamond, but definitely damn near to one he he! Here's the download link. Released from xda dev site

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  # 132941 24-May-2008 08:36
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After a friday night with playing with the toy, I am very happy with mine show us yours Cool



And now got Windows Mobile 6.1 pro working!

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  # 133297 26-May-2008 14:25
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WM6.1

This is a screen capture of dcd's first WM6.1 release.

 
 
 
 


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  # 133314 26-May-2008 15:39
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My new toy!  I migrated to an i-mate Ultimate 9502 from the Telecom Apache a few weeks ago... VGA screen FTW!

I haven't played about with the themes much, and so far the default WM6 blue has been the easiest on the eye.



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  # 133372 26-May-2008 20:02
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Awesome, a bit surprised only two wants to post their today screen up. I like the theme I have for my jasjam :)

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  # 134138 29-May-2008 13:09
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Sad as it is, I use the super simple standard home screen as anything fancy seems to bog down the touch performance, I really like the look but not the performance hit!



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  # 134144 29-May-2008 13:23
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paradoxsm: Sad as it is, I use the super simple standard home screen as anything fancy seems to bog down the touch performance, I really like the look but not the performance hit!


Performance is fine for me :) don't tell me the jasjam is more inferior than the touch! Cool

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  # 134234 29-May-2008 18:47
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I'm nitpicking but used a protoype without the "touchflo" and it was considerably quicker but was as plain as pocketpc 2002
And I have been spoiled by the 1GHz harrier so everything seems slow.


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