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The Weekly Q&A 7
We just got to our Questions and Answers number 7. These are the five questions we have chosen for this week:
Q I want to root my desire but i have hboot 0.95. Is there anyway of me being able to put custom themes on my desire?
A yes you can do it with the latest version of unrevoked, look in the desire android development section
Q I’d like to find a decent speedo to use in WinMo. Any recommendations?
A Here you can find a GPS Speedometer
Q I sign up for this site and I can’t post anywhere but here.. lol I’m surprised it let me post here… I would of reedited so this thread made since but it made me wait 5minutes… Anyways what’s the reason I can’t post?
A Your account needs to be activated, you cannot post web links or pics until you reach 8 posts
Q Is there a way to remove MSN weather or MSN Money from my Dash 3G?
A Hook up your phone with ActiveSync and go into file explorer. Open up the windows folder, then start menu. You can delete stuff from start screen there
Q How to use HD2 to connect PC to wireless router?
A You can use WMWifiRouter, it has one mode that allows what you’re looking for. You just have to add your WiFi as your default WiFi node on WiMo. WMWiFirouter will use it.
PC -> USB cable -> phone (HD2 in my case) -> WMWifiRouter -> WiFi -> WiFi Hotspot (WiFi router in your case) -> internet.
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