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I've got a Lumia 620 on the crappy aio/cricket carrier that won't update past Amber. I do like a couple of the aio ringtones that I'd like to extract before I flash to one of the EU CV ROMs. I've got the phone with the aio Amber firmware installed as well as the aio Amber ROM from the Nokia Software Suite.
19th May 2014, 11:00 AM |#2  
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If the ringtones are stored in or under the C:\Windows directory, you can extract them with my webserver app. If not, your odds aren't good since you don't have interop-unlock. You could extract them using JTAG, but that's expensive and tricky.
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If the ringtones are stored in or under the C:\Windows directory, you can extract them with my webserver app. If not, your odds aren't good since you don't have interop-unlock. You could extract them using JTAG, but that's expensive and tricky.

I presume the webserver app is the one linked I your sig?
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I got the webserver app installed and can browse the files under C:\Windows. Now, does anyone have any idea where the ringtones may be stored? Is there any way to search via this webapp file browser?
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I got the webserver app installed and can browse the files under C:\Windows. Now, does anyone have any idea where the ringtones may be stored? Is there any way to search via this webapp file browser?

You can also dump a rom and see on "C:\Programs\CommonFiles\Sounds".
Open the .wma and .wva with VLC or WMP.
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You can also dump a rom and see on "C:\Programs\CommonFiles\Sounds".
Open the .wma and .wva with VLC or WMP.

I do have the .ffu package for the aio ROM from the Nokia Care Suite downloaded. Is there an easy way to dump the contents?

Edit: Found this tool to mount an ffu as a drive
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2066903
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