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UpToDate Medical App Now Fixed for WM6.5.x
For those doctors among our community, XDA member Neet presents a fix to get UpToDate working properly on Windows Mobile 6.5.x ROM´s.
UpToDate is a medical application that answers your questions provided by a worldwide clinical community.
The fix was tested in version 17.3 and is reportedly working perfectly only in Opera browser.
Originally posted by Neet
UpToDate is a medical software which, in my opinion, is indispensible.
I faced a lot of problems in trying to run it on lots of WM 6.5.5 ROMs on my Raphael aka Touch Pro owing to which i had to stick to WM 6.1 ROMs!
But finally I found that the solution for this existed in fragments on XDA itself.
So I thought it would be great if it is compiled at one place so that everyone who is looking for it finds it.
DrTom’s fix works on Energy Rom Leo 26 Feb WM 6.5.5 Sense 2.5.2012 build 23541 on My HTC Touch Pro!
Here is what I did:
You can find more information in the fix thread.
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