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Default orig. rom for us t-mobile htc touch pro 2

does anyone know where I can locate the orig. rom for the touch pro 2 from t-mobile usa?
 
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Do a search. There is a thread that was made specifically for it. If it isn't on the main page, it's probably a few pages back at most.

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It was on the second page:

http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=550975
 
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Only if we could get the stock radio ROM.

...we have to wait for that one. Might be a while.
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Wait for an update from T-Mobile, Doesn't look like any cooks are posting information on how to extract the radio.

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Only if we could get the stock radio ROM.

...we have to wait for that one. Might be a while.
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Default Waiting for T-MO radio update...

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Wait for an update from T-Mobile, Doesn't look like any cooks are posting information on how to extract the radio.
Unfortunately I updated my T-Mobile US stock radio (trying to fix a "MyLocation" problem) and now I can't go back to stock. I "think" I'm seeing much worse battery life too so I'd really like to go back. I'll just have to wait, and stay near a charger. :)

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Amazing how many people flash radios then want stock back. May be a good idea to first find a backup of your original radio and rom, before starting a forum and asking for it later.

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Wait for an update from T-Mobile, Doesn't look like any cooks are posting information on how to extract the radio.
Search XDA for Dag's NBimagetool, search nbImageTool and you will find it.

Create new folder in c:\ drive call it NBImageTool or whatever you like.
Extract nbImageTool.exe to new folder
Extract Stock ROM to same folder
Open Command Prompt and CD to new folder
At commond prompt type
nbImageTool.exe RUU_signed.nbh
In folder you will see a file called radio.nb
Search and find HTC ROM TOOL RHODIUM
Extract anywhere you like
Copy radio.nb to same folder as HTC ROM TOOL RHODIUM
Run htcrt.exe
Go to ROM Builder tab and select Rhodium for device
Select new Radio.nb file for Radio
Prease create
Viola...your new Radio.nbh is ready to flash as you would ROM, use same customRUU to flash.

I know it sucks when people don't share knowledge...

EDIT

Use nbhextract.exe instead of NBImagetool.exe for now, nbhextract can be found with HTC ROM TOOL.

Small bug with nbimagetool that is being worked on now.
 
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This will not work, T-Mobile has not released an Official Rom Update or made the stock rom available for download.
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Search XDA for Dag's NBimagetool, search nbImageTool and you will find it.

Create new folder in c:\ drive call it NBImageTool or whatever you like.
Extract nbImageTool.exe to new folder
Extract Stock ROM to same folder
Open Command Prompt and CD to new folder
At commond prompt type
nbImageTool.exe RUU_signed.nbh
In folder you will see a file called radio.nb
Search and find HTC ROM TOOL RHODIUM
Extract anywhere you like
Copy radio.nb to same folder as HTC ROM TOOL RHODIUM
Run htcrt.exe
Go to ROM Builder tab and select Rhodium for device
Select new Radio.nb file for Radio
Prease create
Viola...your new Radio.nbh is ready to flash as you would ROM, use same customRUU to flash.

I know it sucks when people don't share knowledge...
Replace image tool with NBHExtract.exe for now. I beieve there is a small bug with nbimagetool.exe that I am going over with Dag now.

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