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jockyw2001 can you tell us is it possible after all this flashing return device to a production state, so that is impossible to determine if any flashing was done on a device?
 
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Are we waiting on a step-by-step guide how to dump the ROM?
 
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Are we waiting on a step-by-step guide how to dump the ROM?
1. To backup SPL follow instructions in my first post of this thread
2. To backup OS follow the instructions here

I'm still working on a method to dump by means of the HardSPL command "fat2sd", but you are fully covered by the previous 2 steps.
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1. To backup SPL follow instructions in my first post of this thread
2. To backup OS follow the instructions here

I'm still working on a method to dump by means of the HardSPL command "fat2sd", but you are fully covered by the previous 2 steps.
And what about my first question? Is it possible to return to production state?
 
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And what about my first question? Is it possible to return to production state?
Yes, by flashing dumped SPL and reconstructed dumped ROM
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Do i have to flash hardSPL in order to be able to backup OS by using pdocread.exe tool?
I ask because when i run pdocread.exe -l i get this error :

The NTVDM CPU has encountered an illegal instruction.
CS:0719 IP:02e7 OP:63 61 6e 20 62
 
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Do i have to flash hardSPL in order to be able to backup OS by using pdocread.exe tool?
I ask because when i run pdocread.exe -l i get this error :

The NTVDM CPU has encountered an illegal instruction.
CS:0719 IP:02e7 OP:63 61 6e 20 62
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I backed up my SPL and OS. We need that from pre-prodouction model too. So Rafuz, where are you?
 
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For those who flashed the splash screens to try the SPL, here is the original HTC S730 splash screen
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File Type: zip S730WINGS_Original_Splash_Screen.zip - [Click for QR Code] (2.3 KB, 350 views)
 
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Rafuz.. where is the pre-prod. rom

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