Regarding flashing Vodaphone over Verizon, if the ROM files are signed with different keys then modifying the boot.img will surely break the signage?
Doesn't that empirically prove that different versions have different signatures, or at least ROM's are different enough to prevent switching over? Maybe we are just so lucky that boot.img is not checked as rigorously.
Is pvg100e for Vodafone? Where did you get the ROM if your device is pvg100?
Does it finish flashing if you do pvg100 over pvg100?
The tool deadman provided definitely works if u follow the instruction and choose the right version.
For the signature issue, maybe u can find the answer in another thread about temporary root.
As to the version problems, pvg100 is for Verizon.
To my knowledge, the pvg100e is for many other vendors, such as Vodafone, and the UK version maybe share the same model name. There is another version pvg100eu, for European. U can find more evidence in the temporary root thread.
I'm not looking to root right now, but if I'm understanding this correctly this should mean that I can use SugarQCT to pull the latest version (1AMD) firmware for my Palm that doesn't show any OTA's available and is still on the original 1AGL firmware. Is that correct?
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