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AFTER STEP 7 YOU MIGHT HAVE TO PRESS THE LEFT SOFT KEY ON THE SCREEN THAT POPs UP AFTER YOU SELECT ENGLISH AND BEFORE YOU RESTART THE PHONE

     I was looking over to Surreal Networks and found this. It was made by Gangsta_Moto and not me I tried to make some screenshots but it was not working, sorry. Anyway, here it is:

First I would like to give credit and thanks to bigdooky for going through this with me, explaining what to do and suggested that i make a How-To-Guide. It was a team effort, i can't take all the credit. This guide is intended for anybody who has updated their rom to the Asian Rom.

Many are wondering why everytime time they set up their MPX220, the Gotone settings re-apply after you switch on and off your MPX220. Well in this guide i will be explaining how to get rid of the Gotone settings files that cause this problem.

These are the settings that are affected:

~ Dial-Up
~ VPN
~ Proxy
~ GPRS
~ Wap


This is real simple to do and can be done through your phone.

Instructions

Follow these simple instructions :

~ Make sure you have some battery power .

~ Now you will want to check if you have the Cmcc folder, try doing these steps below.

~ Press the Start button, then go to and open File Manager.

~ Scroll down to Storage, then open this folder up.

~ You will now be viewing the contents of the Storage folder.

~ Select and open the Application Data folder.

~ Now the folder that you should see listed is Cmcc.

~ If you can see the Cmcc folder then it means that it can be deleted.

~ To delete do the following: Menu-1-4-confirm "Yes"

~ Close the File Manager by pressing menu button then close.

~ Now that you have deleted your Cmcc folder, go to your Data Connections.

~ To edit your Data Connections, go to Settings on the Start menu.

~ Once you are in Data Connections, delete all the GoTone settings.

~ Once you are finished you will want to reboot your phone and enter your settings in Data Connections.

~ Done!!!


If you can not delete the cmcc folder open it up, select a file in it, press menu, properties, scroll down and uncheck read-only. Do this with each file in the folder. Go back and you can now delete it.

Note: This will not remove the GOTone icons on the homescreen. See below for instructions on removing these.

To Remove the gotone logos from the homescreen is very simple, you look below and download the two modified homescreens Derrick made. Save them in Storage\Application Data\Home.

Normal Homescreen without recent programs bar

Normal Homescreen with recent programs bar

You can now go into Settings>Homescreen>Homescreen Layout and they will be there somewhere, I can't remember where... :D

To change startup and power down screens from GoTone to Cingular/T-mobile Save these somewhere like Storage\My Documents or somwhere that you can remember.

For Cingular:

http://i6.photobucket.com/albums/y231/drizze99/Cingular_PowerDown.gif

http://i6.photobucket.com/albums/y231/drizze99/Cingular_PowerUp.gif

For T-mobile:

http://www.heymoe.com/Mashie/tMobile_boot.gif

http://img207.echo.cx/img207/2108/tmobilestartup4kn.gif

Now change this:


HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Splash Screen


Take note of these three keys: CarrierBitmap, CarrierShutdownBitmap, MSBitmap

Leave CarrierBitmap the same

Change CarrierShutdownBitmap to your powerdown image

Change MSBitmap to your Poweruup image

I know some of those sound strange and backwords but that is how it is! :D


In the Value Data field in each key type in the directory to where the image you want to use.

 

Ex.

Value Data: \Windows\ms_splash.gif