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    Default Re: TIPS on modding firmware updated 10/02/10

    Quote Originally Posted by N5800V5
    Free of charge sms eh? Any way to exploit this?
    Probably just free to that one recipient number (Nokia's automatic number).

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    Default Re: TIPS on modding firmware updated 10/02/10

    Quote Originally Posted by Don MC
    Probably just free to that one recipient number (Nokia's automatic number).
    charges me 10p a text

    not anymore hahaha

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    Default Re: TIPS on modding firmware updated 10/02/10

    HOW TO DELETE LANGUAGES

    I've successfully deleted unneeded languages in my phone.
    Those languages don't appear on any selection lists anymore.
    It didn't free up tons of memory (only a few MB), but a little
    is better than nothing.

    ADDING languages on the other hand is very tricky and the
    easiest way to do it, is downloading a FW with your own
    language pack and delete the unwanted languages from there.




    SO:

    First problem is finding out which language has which number.
    The scandinavian language pack has the following:
    01=English, 06=Swedish, 07=Danish, 08=Norwegian, 09=Finnish,
    15=Icelandic.

    Others can be viewed here:
    http://tinyurl.com/ydtt3rj


    Choose which languages to remove from your particular phone
    and make a list of their numbers. Do NOT include English (01),
    since it can't be removed.





    Then: Off to work!


    Edit languages.txt in \resource\Bootdata\
    Remove the unneeded language numbers. Don't touch the contents
    in any other way.


    Do a search of your rofs folder. Search for files named *.Rnn
    where nn stands for a language number you want to get rid of.
    (if you want to get rid of language '99', then search for *.R99)
    Delete all such files.
    Repeat the search for all unwanted language numbers.


    \private\101F4CD2\Content\
    \resource\xhtml\
    \resource\applicationhelps\
    Inside these folders, there are other folders named with
    numbers corresponding to each language. Delete those language
    folders you don't need.



    Dig into \private\10207254\themes\ and find the homescreen files
    deep there within folders named '1.0'. The files usually end with
    *.o00nn. Again the two last digits stand for a language.
    Unneeded ones are usually safe to delete.



    Find files called T9*.dll in \sys\bin\
    Do not delete the files T9English.dll or T9rel.dll.
    Other languages can be deleted.



    \resource\qwerty\
    Do not delete the file PtiQwertyEnglish.rsc.
    The others may be deleted.

    \resource\multitap\
    Same applies to these rsc files; Do not delete English.



    DONE! That should be it. Repack and flash.

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    Default Re: TIPS on modding firmware updated 10/02/10

    Quote Originally Posted by Don MC
    HOW TO DELETE LANGUAGES

    I've successfully deleted unneeded languages in my phone.
    Those languages don't appear on any selection lists anymore.
    It didn't free up tons of memory (only a few MB), but a little
    is better than nothing.


    First problem is finding out which language has which number.
    I don't know if there is any list over those, but I do know
    the scandinavian language pack:
    01=English, 06=Swedish, 07=Danish, 08=Norwegian, 09=Finnish,
    15=Icelandic.



    If you don't know the numbers in your langpack, the you'll
    have to dig for them:

    Go to
    \resource\applicationhelps\

    There are numbered folders. Starting with '01'.
    Go inside the '01' one. All the way to
    \resource\applicationhelps\01\0x2000BB53\contents. zip

    Open the zip and then any of the html files there.
    The text is in english, right?

    Now go back and choose another number. Go all the way in
    again and look at the html files. What language are they
    written in now? Make a note of the language and its number.

    Repeat this until you have written down all language names
    and their corresponding numbers.


    Choose which languages to remove and make a list of their
    numbers. Do NOT include English (01), since it can't be
    removed.





    Then: To work!


    Edit languages.txt in \resource\Bootdata\
    Remove the unneeded language numbers. Don't touch the contents
    in any other way.


    Do a search of your rofs folder. Search for files named *.Rnn
    where nn stands for a language number you want to get rid of.
    (if you want to get rid of language '99', then search for *.R99)
    Delete all such files.
    Repeat the search for all unwanted language numbers.


    \private\101F4CD2\Content\
    \resource\xhtml\
    \resource\applicationhelps\
    Inside these folders, there are other folders named with
    numbers corresponding to each language. Delete those language
    folders you don't need.



    Dig into \private\10207254\themes\ and find the homescreen files
    deep there within folders named '1.0'. The files usually end with
    *.o00nn. Again the two last digits stand for a language.
    Unneeded ones are usually safe to delete.



    Find files called T9*.dll in \sys\bin\
    Do not delete the files T9English.dll or T9rel.dll.
    Other languages can be deleted.



    \resource\qwerty\
    Do not delete the file PtiQwertyEnglish.rsc.
    The others may be deleted.

    \resource\multitap\
    Same applies to these rsc files; Do not delete English.



    DONE! That should be it. Repack and flash.
    That's cool!!!!
    Now, how to add language then?

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    Default Re: TIPS on modding firmware updated 10/02/10

    Its just easier find a Firmware with your language, than adding a language to a totally different firmware. Find the Product code of the firmware that contains your language and download it from Navifirm.

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    Default Re: TIPS on modding firmware updated 10/02/10

    Quote Originally Posted by steven25

    Enable File Caching for ALL drives for faster phone

    place in z:/sys/

    http://www.speedyshare.com/files/20842159/Data.zip
    Am I supposed to place data.zip in /sys/ or the Data folder from within the zipfile?

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    Default Re: TIPS on modding firmware updated 10/02/10

    @Don MC

    Mate can you please upload the file that responsible in disabling the shutter sound if the Warning Tone is off...

    thnx

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    Default Re: TIPS on modding firmware updated 10/02/10

    Quote Originally Posted by kyleman00
    @Don MC

    Mate can you please upload the file that responsible in disabling the shutter sound if the Warning Tone is off...

    thnx

    It is included in the DIY pack in the first post of my thread.
    http://forum.dailymobile.net/index.p...c,17712.0.html

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    Default Re: TIPS on modding firmware updated 10/02/10

    Quote Originally Posted by Don MC
    Am I supposed to place data.zip in /sys/ or the Data folder from within the zipfile?
    Well, I placed the Data folder from within the zip into rofs2/sys/
    Noticed that changing to landscape mode was slow as usual the first time, but was very fast after that.
    What else does it do?

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    Default Re: TIPS on modding firmware updated 10/02/10

    Meant to make phone more responsive, better on heavy apps too


 
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