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Topic # 54565 18-Dec-2009 07:04
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Hi All,

I've just picked up an Okta Touch, which has been upgraded to WM6.5.

The problem is, I called Telecom to change the number over and managed to have the ESN changed over, but I don't know how to programme the number into the phone, as Telecom only have instructions for 6.0 or 6.1 systems.

Has anyone had this problem and how can I fix it?

Cheers

Biggin

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  Reply # 283625 18-Dec-2009 08:37
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ive seen this problem before, last time i had to get the phone put back onto the original software before it could be nam'd

but you could try this first
go to the numeric keypad and type in ##778 "talk" followed by 147359
that might work to get you into the programming section.. but im not sure as i havnt tried it on 6.5




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  Reply # 283792 18-Dec-2009 15:05
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I tried this, but the phone attempts to dial this number and I get the Telecom recorded message.

Any idea where I can look?

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 285460 27-Dec-2009 17:08
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easiest way is what pagewagon suggested reflash with the telecom 6.1 rom ##778 will work talk to telecom , then install vin's lastest rom 6.5.3 28014 (http://forum.ppcgeeks.com/showthread.php?t=100791) his rom's rock !!



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  Reply # 285476 27-Dec-2009 19:00
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Thank you, I've reflashed to 6.1 and will try the 6.5 rom.

Cheers

Biggin

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  Reply # 290891 18-Jan-2010 14:06
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Biggin: Thank you, I've reflashed to 6.1 and will try the 6.5 rom.

Cheers

Biggin


Hi Biggin

Just wondering 2 things to help in regards to a rom update that I'm doing soon. You say you've reflashed to 6.1 - is this a Telecom Stock 6.1 rom or just another no carrier based rom? Also, have you flashed the 6.5.3 rom that was linked, if so how do you find it?

Thanks

Jamie



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  Reply # 290918 18-Jan-2010 17:17
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Hi Jamie,

It's the Telecom 6.1, works fine, but the look is not as nice as what was on it. I haven't had time to look at the 6.5.3 yet, will leave it for a wet day.

Cheers

Biggin

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  Reply # 291921 21-Jan-2010 14:34
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1yippy1: easiest way is what pagewagon suggested reflash with the telecom 6.1 rom ##778 will work talk to telecom , then install vin's lastest rom 6.5.3 28014 (http://forum.ppcgeeks.com/showthread.php?t=100791) his rom's rock !!


Hi all,

Thinking about making the jump to 6.5

Are there any gotchas with the process? Do you still need to get your HDR details first?




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  Reply # 292011 21-Jan-2010 19:42
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geekiegeek:
1yippy1: easiest way is what pagewagon suggested reflash with the telecom 6.1 rom ##778 will work talk to telecom , then install vin's lastest rom 6.5.3 28014 (http://forum.ppcgeeks.com/showthread.php?t=100791) his rom's rock !!


Hi all,

Thinking about making the jump to 6.5

Are there any gotchas with the process? Do you still need to get your HDR details first?


As long as it's an official Telecom ROM upgrade, you don't have to extract your HDR details. From what i hear, if you've previously lost your HDR password, the upgrade will restore it.




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  Reply # 292152 22-Jan-2010 12:32
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There is no official 6.5 for Telecom and prob wont ever be. I got it sorted though now running 6.5 and its very nice.




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  Reply # 292290 22-Jan-2010 18:32
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geekiegeek: There is no official 6.5 for Telecom and prob wont ever be. I got it sorted though now running 6.5 and its very nice.


Yeps, you're right. I was thinking the WM6.0 to WM6.1 official upgrade.




- Telstra HTC Touch Pro2 - Energy ROM WM6.5.5 20 Oct/Cyanogen Mod Froyo 2.2 - R.I.P
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  Reply # 292524 23-Jan-2010 17:47
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TNZ Carrrier settings cab for internet access etc(no need to write down hdr settings)  =  http://www.filestube.com/e803e66ddbd9a35303ea,g/dcd-TNZ-Carrier-20081031.html
The best dialer !! = http://www.mau108.net/vogue/roms/vin255764/Dialers%20and%20Fixes/PhonX2.1_CrKRC4VogueWM6.5.cab

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  Reply # 292685 24-Jan-2010 14:59
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Can anyone provide some info on the upgrade? I hardly use my touch due to it not being connected, but its still interesting to play around with.
Currently running telecoms official 6.1 rom, any point in upgrading?

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