Updating blackjack to windows mobile 6 updating acer bios
Look a lot more complicated that the upgrade on my HTC S620. The one with touch screen support is so big that it needs different versions per language. Many thanks for the info - didn't bother with Installing WM6 (I'll wait for the official Samsung update), but it did allow me to de-brand the i600 and remove that *nasty* Orange UK software! Installed WM6 successfully (had to downgrade to XXGD1 from XXGD2 first but in the end it worked). I have an arabic i600 and the WM6 version would take around 6 months ( according to the dealer). So we need to pull a few tricks to fulfill the prerequisites for the installation. The "Standard" version of Windows Mobile (5 and 6) has the benefit that it is small enough to fit all languages into one set of ROMs. The loader does a full backup/restore cycle without intervention. Thank You very Much is it possible to downgrade from WM6 to WM5?Internal memory has also been boosted, and the handset is the first to support AT&T’s Video Share function, which is seemingly a posh way of saying “video calls”.You can pre-register your interest with AT&T today, but the Black Jack II won’t be available until later on this year; it’s priced at 9.99 with, I would expect, a two-year contract.ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Kevin Beaver is an independent information security consultant, keynote speaker and expert witness with Atlanta-based Principle Logic LLC where he specializes in performing independent security assessments.Kevin has authored/co-authored seven books on information security, including Hacking For Dummies and Hacking Wireless Networks For Dummies (Wiley). hi there guys, iv been trying to get the wm6 upgrade going but had a few glitches.. I don't need the arabic support now but in case i do, would i be able to downgrade?
I was getting a bit wary of Samsung for not releasing the WM6 update as promised and removing some countries from the download site. iv got all the required software from the samsung and microsoft sites, but how on earth does one "flash" a handset..I absolutely love it but I feel it's quite the liability hanging off my pocket.I can't imagine being responsible for dozens, if not thousands, of these types of systems in larger enterprises.Interestingly, despite some speculation, this does not appear to be the mysterious Samsung handset seen at GITEX.I recently acquired a Windows mobile-based Samsung Black Jack smartphone.