making sense of ROM numbers
By a convoluted route I thought I had bricked my Mozart, but then recovered it by flashing Ansar's RUU_Mozart_Orange_UK_1.30.401.01_Radio_5.54.09.21_ 22.33b.50U_NoDo_by_ansar ROM.
But I now have ended up with an odd pre-NoDo ROM which I surprised is working at all, alongside a 5.1 SPL and I think latest Radio. Here below is my phone information:
Name: HTC PD6700
Firmware revision: 2250.09.10916.001
Radio software: 5.71.09.02a_126.96.36.199U
Radio hardware: A.102.0.D4
Chip SOC: 188.8.131.52
using Ansar's excellent guide to ROM numbers:
In order to identify your phone ROM version see in the settings>about>more information:
Firmware revision number: 2250.09.16101.707
Your phone ROM version will be: 1.61.707.01
The characteristic value (CV) is: 707
You Operator name and CID i.e.: hTC_Asia with CID HTC_044. HTC_622 can be found with this CV from following classification:
1. 707: hTC_Asia operator, with CIDs HTC__044, HTC_622, HTC__021, HTC__038
2. 728: hTC_Asia_SEA operator, with CID HTC__023
3. 401: HTC_Europe operator, with CIDs HTC__001, HTC__Y13, HTC__405, HTC__016, HTC__032
4. 206: O2_UK operator, with CID O2__001
5. 073: Orange_FR operator, with CID ORANG202
6. 061: Orange_UK operator, with CID ORANG001
7. 841: Telstra operator, with CID TELST001
8. 112: TMO_AT operator, with CID T-MOB102
9. 113: TMO_CZ operator, with CID T-MOB004
a. 111: TMO_DE operator, with CID T-MOB101
My ROM is Firmware revision number: 2250.09.10916
My phone ROM version will be: 1
And CV Characterisctic Value is 001
which corresponds to HTC_Europe, but the figure should display as 401.
QUESTIONS: Am I correct with how I interpret the ROM number?
What ROMs can I flash from here, ideally to progress to a standard MANGO Europe ROM?