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Topic # 7117 20-Mar-2006 19:19
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  Hi I recently bought an Imate Qtek 9100 but when I go on the internet using Wi Fi all the text seems to be in squares. I dont know if the fact that i bought it in China makes any difference or not.....
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Chris.

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Reply # 31131 20-Mar-2006 19:35
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Welcome to Geekzone... What is the ROM version and is it in English?

You can find this information in Start | Settings | System | Device Information.







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  Reply # 31785 30-Mar-2006 15:09
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Sorry about my late response, but thanks for your reply! Its doesnt say I direct English or Chinese under ROM version..it just states the following,
ROM version: 1.5.4.1 WWE
ROM date: 11/08/05
Radio Version: 01.09.10
Protocol Version: 4.0.13.20
ExtROM version: 1.5.4.102
Thanks for your help!!!!!:)

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  Reply # 31870 31-Mar-2006 00:47
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Also...The exterior keyboard and the actuall imput to seem to be a bit off when pressing the circle button to get sedondary imput (eg Circle S for exclamation mark is actuall Circle A)..not too sure why and how this is, but has always been this way since Ive bought it. And is there any alternative way to close programs without going into memory and manually closing aplications.
Thanks in advance.!
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Reply # 31887 31-Mar-2006 08:48
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Ok, so this Pocket PC is using an English ROM, but you are using it in China? IF you try toaccess Chinese websites you will probably see the squares because the Pocket PC does not have the required character set to show the Chinese character set, replacing each of these with a square.

There is a free program called Magic Button, that will allow you to close programs by tapping on the (X).





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