How to Translate a ROM into any Language
How many times you have seen a member asking for a “how to” guide to change the language in a ROM?
This is a recurrent question amongst XDA new members. However, thanks to xda member kiliss, this is perfectly doable by simply following his comprehensive guide.
This normally works for all Windows Mobile devices: WM5, 6, 6.1, 6.5 and 6.5.x.
Based on this old method, this tutorial shows you the easy way to do it.
Originally posted by kiliss
I have I little technique to translate how rom I want
First select your Prefer, Stable, Pretty ROM….
Second, flash your phone whis it
And when all working, network is configure, soft was installing… , you can begin to Work
example for 28205 Roms:
- Open your *.nbh rom file with htc ROM Image Editor<== Click You can see all .mui file you need in your language
- You need to have all mui “file” (not module or package) for you wanting rom you can found here the OS file Camera.exe.040C.mui If you not do this, you haven’t see any word in the soft…
You can find more information in the tutorial thread.
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