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Old 04-12-2011, 04:07 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hello all,

I extracted bit-by-bit flash memory dump of my bold 9700 using loader.exe.
I got a raw hex file which I am trying to decipher. I know its not easy to interpret a raw hex file, but I searched for .png files in the hex file by looking out for hex header of a .png in the raw flash file, but with no luck

Is the flash dump encrypted?

One more thing I would appreciate is, if anyone could please help me load this dump into Blackberry simulator.
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hixxx65292;how to dump your bold 9700's bit-by-bit flash memory?
usb mass storage model ,and then use 'dd' command (or something like dd) ?

ps:does your flash dump include ROM?

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