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Latest rom for Jamin?

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Hi All,

I notice that there appears to be three ROM upgrades on the i-mate FTP site:

JAMin_WWE_1000925_10009114_11420_ship.exe

JAMin_WWE_2130923_21309112_020720_ship.zip

JAMin_WWE_213923_2139123_022021_ship.zip

Does anyone know which is the latest? I'm guessing it's one of the two last, but it's not clear what the version numbers are.

Thanks.

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...I had a little google and found a very useful article by the ubiquitious menneisys. If I am reading it correctly, the OS portion of the bottom two is the same, but the bottom one has a newer radio rom. (but not the newest!)

Identifying the version number of a given ROM upgrade installer EXE file

All ROM upgrade EXE file names are created the following way:

RUU_______

Note that there may be exceptions; for example, i-mate may use the following naming convention:

RUU______K-JAM_WWE_216901_2169101_020710_ship.zip.

...The ROM version is very easy to decode: if you just change 0’s to periods (.), you get the “real” version number. Also, in general, except for beta versions, there’re no subnumbers with more than two digits; therefore, you must also break up these numbers into two-digit groups, even if there’re no 0’s to denote periods. This is why, for example, 2170702 becomes 2.17.7.2, 1060701 1.6.7.1 and 216901 2.16.9.1.

Full article: http://www.pocketpcmag.com/blogs/index.php...p;tb=1&pb=1

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...I had a little google and found a very useful article by the ubiquitious menneisys. If I am reading it correctly, the OS portion of the bottom two is the same, but the bottom one has a newer radio rom. (but not the newest!)

Full article: http://www.pocketpcmag.com/blogs/index.php...p;tb=1&pb=1

Well, by that logic, doesn't the last two become:

2.13.9.23

2.13.92.3

That doesn't seem to make much sense. I'd bet that these are really the same version (2.13.9.23), and only the boot loader and GSM version have changed.

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Well, by that logic, doesn't the last two become:

2.13.9.23

2.13.92.3

i was wondering that as i posted but i assumed i-mate just missed out a 0

I'd bet that these are really the same version (2.13.9.23), and only the boot loader and GSM version have changed.

yep, I agree.

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