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How can I upgrade HP iPAQ rx3715 from Windows Mobile 2003 second edition to WM5 or 6?

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How can I upgrade HP iPAQ rx3715 from Windows Mobile 2003 second edition to WM5 or 6?

The ppc is HP iPAQ rx3715

CPU: samsung S3C2440
ROM: 128MB
RAM: 64MB

Thanks~
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No, there is no upgrade to WM5.0 for this model.

You need to buy a new PPC. May i suggest something other than a HP. Perhaps a HTC.
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No hacking tools to do so?
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There are no hacking tools for a hp
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