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Old 07-20-2008, 12:59 PM
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Kirvin WM5 build question

I have flashed to Kirvin's build and I really like it. Great job on the space saving! There is one thing that is missing that I would like to have. That is the voice speed dial so that I can dial numbers by using my bluetooth headset. Does anyone know what cab needs to be installed for this to happen?

UPDATE: Sorry, I found the cab. MOD Please delete post.

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Re: Kirvin WM5 build question

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I have flashed to Kirvin's build and I really like it. Great job on the space saving! There is one thing that is missing that I would like to have. That is the voice speed dial so that I can dial numbers by using my bluetooth headset. Does anyone know what cab needs to be installed for this to happen?

UPDATE: Sorry, I found the cab. MOD Please delete post.
LOL @ space savings w/ apache ROM - that's just silly (you may as well use ROM space up...unlike other devices, it's not useable for anything else).
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Re: Kirvin WM5 build question

Will you provide me with the link to download Kirvin's build? I downloaded one but it wouldn't flash through.

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Old 07-22-2008, 12:35 AM
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Re: Kirvin WM5 build question

I downloaded from ppcGeeks here:
ftp://ppcgeeks.com/Apache/Users/Kirv...104_Sprint.rar. Click on QLinks at the top and the select the ftp upload/download link and then follow this path. As far as the space, I have a lot of uses other than being a phone for my ppc-6700 so I like every bit of rom and ram free that I can get.
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Re: Kirvin WM5 build question

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As far as the space, I have a lot of uses other than being a phone for my ppc-6700 so I like every bit of rom and ram free that I can get.
Free RAM space is desirable, and largely a function of WM version and active Today screen items - which basically means that aside from this being WM5 it isn't going to help you in that regard.

Free ROM space is just wasted ROM space on this device. You should be trying to fill it up, though not necessarily with just any software (e.g. today items will obviously take away from RAM if you enable them)

Free Program storage is desirable also, and is largely a function of the quality of the OEMs in your ROM. OEMs which a) cause an install on boot or b) move big files using initflashfiles.txt or provxml should be scrapped.

At any rate, Kirvin's kitchen is the kitchen of that time repackaged with some minor tweaks to program shortcut organization and a couple of common regedits already baked in. You're better off getting later WM5 kitchens, which have additional fixes.
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Re: Kirvin WM5 build question

ggrusa, I am willing to try another WM5 kitchen later than Kirvin's build provided here... Can you provide me with a link? I want to try one that someone already as 'cooked' up.

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Re: Kirvin WM5 build question

What are some of the newer "lightweight" builds? I need one that leaves me maximum space because I have some large programs of my own that I need to install I don't really want to install them on the miniSD card.
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Re: Kirvin WM5 build question

you can cook a wm6.1 for a lightweight build. Program storage will be maximal, on apache, if you are careful what additional OEMs you pick (most won't impact storage space at all). WM5 will not give you more Storage space.
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ggrusa, I am willing to try another WM5 kitchen later than Kirvin's build provided here... Can you provide me with a link? I want to try one that someone already as 'cooked' up.

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You'll have to search. I have Helmi 3.5 (which was the last WM5 kitchen), but it's not packaged.
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Re: Kirvin WM5 build question

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you can cook a wm6.1 for a lightweight build. Program storage will be maximal, on apache, if you are careful what additional OEMs you pick (most won't impact storage space at all). WM5 will not give you more Storage space.
I was using BuildOS with the Helmi 6.1 kitchen and the smallest I can get the WM6 build is 57MB. That is with only choosing the office options. I am not sure what else I can do. I guess I will just flash it and then see how much space is really used on the rom.
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