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|04-25-2001, 08:04||#1 (permalink)|
Join Date: Apr 2001
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Slicing the software like a piece of cake
If I have a backup file from 00200000 -00400000 obiously the starting addy is 00200000 then how can I slice it to 00200000 - 00300000 && 00300000 - 00400000???? and that the addy of 2nd slice became 00300000 can you give an answer?
|04-25-2001, 08:26||#2 (permalink)|
Join Date: Feb 2001
Location: davao city, philippines
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1. flash ur backup to a phone(try this on a phone with other problem like no network)
2. read phone this time with address 00200000 to 0030000
3. read again this time with address 00300000 to 00400000
4. be sure to backup any phone u use. should anything happen, u can always write ur backup to the phone. use a good hexeditor to check ur backup.
|04-26-2001, 06:32||#3 (permalink)|
Join Date: Feb 2001
Location: Bacolod, Philippines
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1. Open the file with a hex editor (I use Hexworkshop)
2. As you notice, the beginning of the file starts at offset 0. So, your flash address at 00200000 in the raw binary file is at 00000000 and your 00300000 is at 00100000.
3. Save the current file as, say FLASH1.FLS, leaving the original flash file intact.
4. Still on your Hexworkshop, goto offset location 00100000. This represents the flash address at 00300000. Starting from this address, 00100000, mark the data from this address to the end of file.
5. With the data highlighted, press Crtl+X(equivalent to EDIT-CUT). When asked to delete select OK. Most of the time, you will asked whether to continue the operation (regarding the undo buffer), just select OK.
You will notice that the data from 00100000 was deleted. It was actually moved into the clipboard or memory.
6. Select FILE-SAVE. This will save your flash from address 00200000 to 00300000 to FLASH1.FLS.
7. Select FILE-NEW. You will notice a new file named "Untitled1" was created and contains no data. Pressing the Ctrl+V (equivalent to EDIT-PASTE) will move the data previously highlighted to the new file. You will be asked if you want to insert. Select OK.
8. Save the file as "FLASH2.FLS" which now contains your flash from 00300000 to 00400000.
That's it. You now have sliced up flash files.
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