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Default Editing Memory Dump

Dear WP7 Chefs,

while Jaxbot and I investigated the possibilities of the Qualcomm Mode of the Lumia 800, we stumbled upon a Problem that seems to need some capable chefs to solve.

We sucessfully managed to get a full Memory dump of the Lumia 800. This Memory dump was split using nb7Split. After splitting, we were confronted with various .bin files:
  • BSP
  • DPP
  • IMGFS
  • NK
  • PADUSER
  • SLDR1
  • SLDR2
  • User
  • USP

Our main goal is to edit the registry and copy everything back to the Lumia. By using OSBuilder it was possible to dump the default.hv file and edit it. Our main Problem is now to recombine everything into one "memory dump" that can be copied back to the device. Basiaclly we need to rebuild a BIN file from the edited System files and Combine them with every other bin file into a 15.627.976.704 Byte file. Are there any Tools out there to accomplish this task?

Any help is really appreciated

Regards
Chris
 
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You should wait for new version of OSBuilder - it can do it.
However, correct work with those dumps isn't guaranteed. OSB does only wmstore rebuilding.
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Thanks for your answer. I guess there is no timline for the next Version of OSBuilder? What exactly do you mean by wmstore? Is it a Special Format or partition?
 
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I would say that timeline is "next week". Most likely.
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Thanks. I guess I'll have to wait for next week then
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