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  1. jckatz's Avatar
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    ROM:?? // Stay for webOS

    ... I can't access developer mode since this phone has a punk *** Chinese OS... Update (Webos20090606 still works ) why all the treads now want you to do #* is beyond me..

    Please please help.

    The phone seems to be (is) German.... can someone help me WEBOS doctor this!!!!!
    Last edited by jckatz; 06/20/2012 at 11:35 AM.
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    Just get a regular Doctor from WebOS Doctor Versions - WebOS Internals

    Put the phone in recovery mode (hold volume up while rebooting/turning on) until you see the USB icon. Then start the webOS Doctor
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    After 3 hours of downloading and #*blahblahblah not working.. no problem WEBos20096060 still works (YEAH!) it was worth it.

    Thank you very very very much.

    BTW the girls all love the "cute" Veer.
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    I would kill for a Veer form on Verizon with *any* os. Awesome size. Remember when phones fit in your pocket?
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    Well good news thanks to the awesome webos community. I have an amazing phone that works perfectly minus the german QWERTZ keyboard I read they was a way to remap the kezboard but can't find it again.

    -- Sent from my Palm Veer using Forums
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    Quote Originally Posted by jckatz View Post
    Well good news thanks to the awesome webos community. I have an amazing phone that works perfectly minus the german QWERTZ keyboard I read they was a way to remap the kezboard but can't find it again.

    -- Sent from my Palm Veer using Forums
    You can do that with the metadoctor!

    From the metadoctor readme:
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    CHANGE_KEYBOARD_TYPE permanently changes the keyboard layout using
    the manufacturing software token area. You only need to do this
    once. Future uses of the webOS Doctor without this feature enabled
    will not change the setting. You can use this feature again in the
    future at any time to reverse this change.
    ('z' means QWERTY, 'y' & 'y1' mean QWERTZ, 'w1' means AZERTY).

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