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  1.    #1  
    Where is it?

    Or at least a registry dump to tide me over....
  2. #2  
    alright alright, can you PM me or link me to instructions? I'm a n00b here.

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  3.    #3  
    Over 5k posts and still a noob......

    Try this post:

    http://discussion.treocentral.com/sh...3&postcount=45


    At the very least use something like PHM RegEdit to export the registry (in .REG format). You have my e-mail.
  4. #4  
    huh...that's a lot of stuff, lol

    will work on after a nap ;-)

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  5.    #5  
    Nap? NAP? Come on!
  6. #6  
    LOL...I'm betting you will get it around 3am or so...
    Palm Pilot Pro...Palm III...Treo 650...Treo 700p...Treo 800w...Palm Pre
  7. #7  
    Need some help mal?
    I can walk you thru it.
    pm me if so.
  8. #8  
    If I get the .reg file, don't I have to delete some info like phone number and email address?
  9. #9  
    A lot of this will be just pastes from the xda wiki

    Actually before you start do this if it isn't already:
    HKLM\Security\Policies\Policies
    valuename '00001001' was set to dword:2, change it to dword:1
    (you may need to reset with a reset app, sometimes pushing the reset button with you stylus doesn't allow the reg ed to stick)

    dword: any thing other than 1 disallows unsigned
    dword: 1 allows unsigned


    Step 1.

    Go here: http://www.xs4all.nl/~itsme/projects/xda/tools.html
    and download: itsutilsbin-20080923.zip

    Unzip the contents into a folder named: itsutils
    And put it: c:\itsutils

    2. Connect your Panther to PC using USB cable, and make sure ActiveSync is running
    3. Start -> run -> cmd.exe
    4. cd c:\itsutils

    Now the following step may give you different readings - no big deal.

    5. First we are going to find the device handles for all the flash partitions, using pdocread -l

    Here's the command:
    C:\itsutils>pdocread.exe -l

    114.88M FLASHDR
    | 3.12M Part00
    | 2.88M Part01
    | 50.88M Part02
    | 58.00M Part03
    968.75M DSK1:
    | 968.50M Part00
    STRG handles: 834d5e62
    0 partitions, 0 binary partitions
    customerid=00000000 uniqueid= 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00
    (968.50M) 03958bce
    0 partitions, 0 binary partitions
    customerid=00000000 uniqueid= 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00
    ( 58.00M) 239584da
    0 partitions, 0 binary partitions
    customerid=00000000 uniqueid= 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00
    ( 50.88M) 039582ce
    0 partitions, 0 binary partitions
    customerid=00000000 uniqueid= 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00
    ( 2.88M) 2395828a
    0 partitions, 0 binary partitions
    customerid=00000000 uniqueid= 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00
    ( 3.12M)

    7. Note: There are two ways to read each partition: pdocread -h 0xHANDLVALUE 0 0xSIZEVALUE diskimage.nb or pdocread -d storename -p partitionname StartValue LengthValue file.raw

    We will use the second method for the next step.
    Overview of flash partitions (just for your information, not a step)

    FLASHDR STOREINFO 114.88M (0x72e0000) dev='FLASHDR' store='Microsoft Flash Disk'
    nsect=39700 bpsect=200 free=0 maxpartsize=0
    3.12M ( 0x31fc00) Part00 'BOOT' end= 18fe type=20 image update kernel partition (XIP), used while image updates
    2.88M ( 0x2e0000) Part01 'RAWFS' end= 1700 type=23 regular kernel partition (XIP), used for normal OS boot
    50.88M (0x32e0000) Part02 'imgfs.dll' end=19700 type=25 imgfs
    58.00M (0x3a00000) Part03 'fatfsd.dll' end=1d000 type=04 user filesystem
    EXT_FLA STOREINFO 10.00M (0xa00000) dev='EXT_FLA' store=''
    nsect=5000 bpsect=200 free=0 maxpartsize=0
    10.00M ( 0xa00000) PART00 'fatfsd.dll' end= 5000 type=04 extended rom

    This does not include the IPL, splash and SPL.

    8. Check that all the partition sizes reported by pdocread are correct:

    C:\itsutils>pdocread -w -d FLASHDR -p Part00 -t
    real nr of sectors: 6398 - 3.12Mbyte (0x31fc00)
    C:\itsutils>pdocread -w -d FLASHDR -p Part01 -t
    real nr of sectors: 5888 - 2.88Mbyte (0x2e0000)
    C:\itsutils>pdocread -w -d FLASHDR -p Part02 -t
    real nr of sectors: 104192 - 50.88Mbyte (0x32e0000)
    C:\itsutils>pdocread -w -d FLASHDR -p Part03 -t
    real nr of sectors: 118784 - 58.00Mbyte (0x3a00000)

    Note the partition sizes (in brackets) for the next step. They may differ from device to device.

    The Sizes below, for the GSM Panther are in Bold, these are the ones that may be different on your Sprint Panther.
    You just need to replace the Bold readings below with the ones you get.

    pdocread.exe -w -d FLASHDR -b 0x800 -p Part00 0 0x31f000 Part00.raw
    pdocread.exe -w -d FLASHDR -b 0x800 -p Part01 0 0x3c0000 Part01.raw
    pdocread.exe -w -d FLASHDR -b 0x800 -p Part02 0 0x4d40000 Part02.raw
    pdocread.exe -w -d FLASHDR -b 0x800 -p Part03 0 0x6980000 Part03.raw

    Ebag may only want Part02 - it's the one with all the Goodies.

    That's it!

    Gotta Run, I won't be back to a PC til later.
    Hope all goes well.
    Last edited by berdinkerdickle; 01/30/2009 at 01:24 PM.
    Just call me Berd.
  10.    #10  
    Quote Originally Posted by jimh2000 View Post
    If I get the .reg file, don't I have to delete some info like phone number and email address?
    If you post it here, that's a good idea.

    If you send it to me directly, I will do my absolute best not to post any private info. (I'm very careful about that sort of thing.)
  11. #11  
    Quote Originally Posted by Ebag333 View Post
    If you post it here, that's a good idea.

    If you send it to me directly, I will do my absolute best not to post any private info. (I'm very careful about that sort of thing.)
    I think I got it, sent you a pm...
  12. #12  
    I hope someone is working on getting the new browser ported to the GSM TP
    Bny Castro

    MTFBWY...
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  13. #13  
    IIRC noone wants the new browser as it eats up all the mem
  14. #14  
    Quote Originally Posted by bnycastro View Post
    I hope someone is working on getting the new browser ported to the GSM TP
    Actually, if they don't fix the problems with IE6 during the reflash, I'm hoping that someone will port the old browser to the CDMA TP.
  15. #15  
    Quote Originally Posted by berdinkerdickle View Post
    A lot of this will be just pastes from the xda wiki

    Actually before you start do this if it isn't already:
    HKLM\Security\Policies\Policies
    valuename '00001001' was set to dword:2, change it to dword:1
    (you may need to reset with a reset app, sometimes pushing the reset button with you stylus doesn't allow the reg ed to stick)

    dword: any thing other than 1 disallows unsigned
    dword: 1 allows unsigned


    Step 1.

    Go here: http://www.xs4all.nl/~itsme/projects/xda/tools.html
    and download: itsutilsbin-20080923.zip

    Unzip the contents into a folder named: itsutils
    And put it: c:\itsutils

    2. Connect your Panther to PC using USB cable, and make sure ActiveSync is running
    3. Start -> run -> cmd.exe
    4. cd c:\itsutils

    Now the following step may give you different readings - no big deal.

    5. First we are going to find the device handles for all the flash partitions, using pdocread -l

    Here's the command:
    C:\itsutils>pdocread.exe -l

    114.88M FLASHDR
    | 3.12M Part00
    | 2.88M Part01
    | 50.88M Part02
    | 58.00M Part03
    968.75M DSK1:
    | 968.50M Part00
    STRG handles: 834d5e62
    0 partitions, 0 binary partitions
    customerid=00000000 uniqueid= 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00
    (968.50M) 03958bce
    0 partitions, 0 binary partitions
    customerid=00000000 uniqueid= 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00
    ( 58.00M) 239584da
    0 partitions, 0 binary partitions
    customerid=00000000 uniqueid= 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00
    ( 50.88M) 039582ce
    0 partitions, 0 binary partitions
    customerid=00000000 uniqueid= 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00
    ( 2.88M) 2395828a
    0 partitions, 0 binary partitions
    customerid=00000000 uniqueid= 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00
    ( 3.12M)

    7. Note: There are two ways to read each partition: pdocread -h 0xHANDLVALUE 0 0xSIZEVALUE diskimage.nb or pdocread -d storename -p partitionname StartValue LengthValue file.raw

    We will use the second method for the next step.
    Overview of flash partitions (just for your information, not a step)

    FLASHDR STOREINFO 114.88M (0x72e0000) dev='FLASHDR' store='Microsoft Flash Disk'
    nsect=39700 bpsect=200 free=0 maxpartsize=0
    3.12M ( 0x31fc00) Part00 'BOOT' end= 18fe type=20 image update kernel partition (XIP), used while image updates
    2.88M ( 0x2e0000) Part01 'RAWFS' end= 1700 type=23 regular kernel partition (XIP), used for normal OS boot
    50.88M (0x32e0000) Part02 'imgfs.dll' end=19700 type=25 imgfs
    58.00M (0x3a00000) Part03 'fatfsd.dll' end=1d000 type=04 user filesystem
    EXT_FLA STOREINFO 10.00M (0xa00000) dev='EXT_FLA' store=''
    nsect=5000 bpsect=200 free=0 maxpartsize=0
    10.00M ( 0xa00000) PART00 'fatfsd.dll' end= 5000 type=04 extended rom

    This does not include the IPL, splash and SPL.

    8. Check that all the partition sizes reported by pdocread are correct:

    C:\itsutils>pdocread -w -d FLASHDR -p Part00 -t
    real nr of sectors: 6398 - 3.12Mbyte (0x31fc00)
    C:\itsutils>pdocread -w -d FLASHDR -p Part01 -t
    real nr of sectors: 5888 - 2.88Mbyte (0x2e0000)
    C:\itsutils>pdocread -w -d FLASHDR -p Part02 -t
    real nr of sectors: 104192 - 50.88Mbyte (0x32e0000)
    C:\itsutils>pdocread -w -d FLASHDR -p Part03 -t
    real nr of sectors: 118784 - 58.00Mbyte (0x3a00000)

    Note the partition sizes (in brackets) for the next step. They may differ from device to device.

    The Sizes below, for the GSM Panther are in Bold, these are the ones that may be different on your Sprint Panther.
    You just need to replace the Bold readings below with the ones you get.

    pdocread.exe -w -d FLASHDR -b 0x800 -p Part00 0 0x31f000 Part00.raw
    pdocread.exe -w -d FLASHDR -b 0x800 -p Part01 0 0x3c0000 Part01.raw
    pdocread.exe -w -d FLASHDR -b 0x800 -p Part02 0 0x4d40000 Part02.raw
    pdocread.exe -w -d FLASHDR -b 0x800 -p Part03 0 0x6980000 Part03.raw

    Ebag may only want Part02 - it's the one with all the Goodies.

    That's it!

    Gotta Run, I won't be back to a PC til later.
    Hope all goes well.
    Holy crap Berd!!!!! That is very impressive!!! Something tells me the FBI and CIA know where you are at all times. LOL. Would this do any good for a tech newbie on my GSMTP?? It doesn't sound like it would? However, I am thankful for your major contribution here since it can only lead to an advancement and benefits for all. U R the man!!
  16.    #16  
    Here's a comparison of the two ROM's.

    Note that this is only the /Windows/ directory, it's not comparing XIP or anything else.

    (You will need to rename the file from .TXT to .HTML.)
    Attached Files Attached Files
  17. #17  
    Quote Originally Posted by Ebag333 View Post
    Here's a comparison of the two ROM's.

    Note that this is only the /Windows/ directory, it's not comparing XIP or anything else.

    (You will need to rename the file from .TXT to .HTML.)
    I'm pretty sure I could spend 30 years straight looking at those numbers and still have ZERO idea of what it all means. Care to interpret? Can a newb like me do anything with this info?
  18.    #18  
    Here's a comparison of the two ROM's.

    Note that this is only the /Windows/ directory, it's not comparing XIP or anything else.

    (You will need to rename the file from .TXT to .HTML.)
    Attached Files Attached Files
  19. #19  
    ok, changing it to a HTML file like you said helped one billion percent... nice chart now but I'm still left with the same question as before and this look on my face......
  20.    #20  
    Quote Originally Posted by KJKRAMER View Post
    I'm pretty sure I could spend 30 years straight looking at those numbers and still have ZERO idea of what it all means. Care to interpret? Can a newb like me do anything with this info?
    Quote Originally Posted by KJKRAMER View Post
    ok, changing it to a HTML file like you said helped one billion percent... nice chart now but I'm still left with the same question as before and this look on my face......
    At a basic level if can tell you what changed.

    Did Internet Explorer change? Hey, it's a newer version, cool.

    You can also see what's been added (like JBED is in there....which is odd...)

    One thing to be aware of is that usually when two file sizes are the same, the files are actually the same, even if the dates are different. Many files are packed which changes the date, even if it's the same file.
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