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Recently I bought a Chinese made android phone. Specifications of the phone is given here. The phone has mediatek mtk6577 processor. I been thinking to install different ROM in my device. But, I can not find source to download this ROM. Is it possible to install google stock rom in this phone and where can I find this rom? How do I know which rom is compatible with my device?

Any kind of help is appreciated. Thanks.

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marked as duplicate by Al E., Izzy, geffchang, roxan, ce4 Jul 23 '13 at 5:41

This question was marked as an exact duplicate of an existing question.

See also: Where can I find stock or custom ROMs for my Android device?. And no, you cannot simply use a "Google stock ROM", as that misses the drivers for special hardware your device most likely contains, which then could not work. – Izzy Mar 8 '13 at 7:13

First step is finding out the OEM (manufacturer) of your handset.

Coincidentally, the specs and body closely resembles that of Cherry Mobile Titan compared to yours.

This is the original version. There is only a guide on how to root here. Can see no custom ROM available as of now/

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Thanks. Can you tell me where can I keep my eye to find out about custom rom release? – Muctadir Mar 8 '13 at 6:55
I can lead you to symbianize and tipidcp that discusses these phones but unfortunately its in tagalog. If you want to, a dump of Titan's ROM can be found here. You need root and CWM first to install it. Default language is English and has Cherry mobiles bloatware. Source – forums Mar 8 '13 at 7:04

Here's a bunch of resources for Symphony phones:

Your phone is specifically mentioned so it should work fine, but make sure you're careful!

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