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    I recently ran WebOSRepairUtility and it asked me to download webOSDoctor.jar - I decided to do so rather than use the version I had gotten when I installed WOSQI just a few days earlier. I told the utility it the correct carrier and hardware etc. However when it finished the jar file it downloaded was 3K smaller than the one I had already obtained. Furthermore when I ran the utility it scanned for a brief period and came back with a message stating the WebOSDoctor.jar did not match my phone's installed version.

    Using the version that I have on my hard drive worked without incident. It's possible I misread something but I don't think so. Has anyone else seen this behavior?

    Details:
    webOS version: 1.4.5
    Model: Pre+
    Carrier: Verizon

    Thoughts?
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    are they all in the same directory? i always rename the current QI and Doctor .jar files that go together, and keep them in their own directory.
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    Download the correct one here and put it in the same folder as the latest version of WOSQI.

    Webos Doctor Versions - WebOS Internals
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    also it has to be named WebOSDoctor.jar for it to be recognized by webosqi or repair utility.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ChaosMarine03 View Post
    also it has to be named WebOSDoctor.jar for it to be recognized by webosqi or repair utility.
    No it does not, I rename mine webosdoctor1.4.5.jar and it works fine
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    Ok, so forgive me if I seem dense, but I should be able to use this doctor version with the 3.14 version of WOSQI when I'm done? Just double checking. I've never doctored before.

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