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Palm 750v Vodafone WM5 1.16 (For those on WM6 downgrading; or upgrading earlier)

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30th July 2007, 12:10 PM   |  #1  
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Official Palm 750v 1.16 WM5 upgrade for Vodafone customers
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http://www.palm.com/nz/support/treo750v/#software

Same upgrade as the UK 1.16. It's possibly the exact same software -- I'm just posting as it's another source for the 1.16 ROM.

[From website:]
"What does this update do?

This update provides:
Improved viewing of emails formatted in Rich Format Text (RTF)
Added support for Vodafone’s dedicated email tariffs – please see your operator for details. "
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Is there any workaround for people using Windows Vista ? i hv got a update failure when flash using Vista .
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I tried updating using XP and also have update failure. I only could do this extrating the rom and flashing by SD.
1st August 2007, 02:34 PM   |  #4  
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I extracted the updater exe. I guess I have to use CHEEIMG_FW.nbh (63,4 MB) and rename it to CHEEIMG.nbh to update/downgrade using minisd card. Am I right?

There's also cheeimg.nbh but very small (257,3 KB)...
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I extracted the updater exe. I guess I have to use CHEEIMG_FW.nbh (63,4 MB) and rename it to CHEEIMG.nbh to update/downgrade using minisd card. Am I right?

Exatly this!
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I extracted the updater exe. I guess I have to use CHEEIMG_FW.nbh (63,4 MB) and rename it to CHEEIMG.nbh to update/downgrade using minisd card. Am I right?

There's also cheeimg.nbh but very small (257,3 KB)...

How do you have extracted that files from updater exe?

Thanks.
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Using winrar. Right-click on exe and Extract from context menu
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when instaling WM6 (att) it adds "20" to the end of your IMEI !
will downgrading return it to normal ?
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when instaling WM6 (att) it adds "20" to the end of your IMEI !
will downgrading return it to normal ?

Some say it changes it to something else
Imei shown with *#06# is 2 digs longer that real imei and last two digids depend on rom version if I get it right...
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wont IMEI efect upgrading to Officel WM6
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