Ixirim

Stock Apps

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Anyone care to share their stock apps for unfortunate nooby souls who didnt make a backup of them before uninstalling. :)

EDIT :

System Dump with Stock Apps (Basically everything in the "system" folder on the phone.) .

http://www.mediafire.com/?mfznezotkio (by hecatae)

http://www.mediafire.com/?pbiz3cmt4mb (mirror 1 by Ev1lM0nk3y)

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what stock apps did you have?

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Anyone care to share their stock apps for unfortunate nooby souls who didnt make a backup of them before uninstalling. :)

Give me a list of the apps and I will share them

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I can't remember all of them but the ones I want most now are the Radio and the Gallery (cause apparently it's an essential app). I don't think they're firmware specific right? As in a phone from Singapore can still use the apps that came with the phones from somewhere else.

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I've done a system dump, let me know a good place to upload it, zipped it's 87mb

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I've done a system dump, let me know a good place to upload it, zipped it's 87mb

Send it to my email and i will host it

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Send it to my email and i will host it

You could also just use use media fire thats pretty good for files under 100mb. Oh and im probably going to look into building a custom rom for the gt540 but im certainly going build a custom rom for the g1 based on 2.2 with some of the apps from the gt540 dump.

Thanks for taking the time to dump by the way

EDIT: I will have to wait till (if) the boot loader is cracked to get a custom rom working on the gt540 but untill then it cant hurt to get building. any requests?

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Thanks a lot! Btw does anyone know how to point the gallery to a folder instead of looking at the entire sdcard. I store a lot of work stuff on the sdcard and it all shows up in the gallery making it look like a mess.

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Is that a decrypted rom if so... you the man. I deodexed the LGHome application but it FCs prob some dependencies in the framework or lib folder, does anyone know what it relies on?

what do you need, cab dz?

http://www.mediafire.com/?5eewpdb6vy7rp6v < this can decrypt .kdz files to .dz and then you would need to find a dz extractor

http://www.frenchcoder.com/content/dzextra...ct-tool-lg-ks20 < dz extractor and you end up with .mbn files

First, create a new folder on your C:\ drive, called "dz" and andother folder within that called "output".

Unzip the contents of dzextract.rar to the "dz folder", and copy your .DZ firmware file to the same location. Now open up a command prompt and navigate to the dz folder on your C:\ drive, and enter this command

dzextract -x {firmware file name} output

It will quickly generate the extracted firmware files in the Output folder

Microsoft Windows XP [Version 5.1.2600]

© Copyright 1985-2001 Microsoft Corp.

C:\dz>dzextract -x DZ_GT540AT-01-V10a.dz C:\output

DZExtract v0.2 by jp

Extracting subfiles...

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Reading sub-header @0x13c

Checking magic number...........................Ok

Checking hash...................................Ok (33BF-036D-24AB-08F8-8B59-C

D33-8903-C951)

Extracting 'amss.mbn' (9503 kb).................Ok

Inflating.......................................Ok

Checking subfile hash...........................Ok (7AF5-5500-3954-2EA4-22F2-E

5FE-BECC-0BD5)

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Reading sub-header @0x94811a

Checking magic number...........................Ok

Checking hash...................................Ok (49D5-8A25-9BB9-824D-0648-A

E81-FD51-407A)

Extracting 'partition.mbn' (0 kb)...............Ok

Inflating.......................................Ok

Checking subfile hash...........................Ok (1B7E-FDB1-1AAA-97A4-5CB8-C

2C6-D1C4-6BCD)

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Reading sub-header @0x9482ae

Checking magic number...........................Ok

Checking hash...................................Ok (D173-D041-136C-0638-17D4-A

28E-E7C1-5E95)

Extracting 'qcsblhd_cfgdata.mbn' (0 kb).........Ok

Inflating.......................................Ok

Checking subfile hash...........................Ok (7F55-EE37-B838-CC5F-4747-5

2FA-2BEE-5185)

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Reading sub-header @0x9485b6

Checking magic number...........................Ok

Checking hash...................................Ok (D466-7ED7-23DE-B3AF-0222-6

AF5-8D5E-836C)

Extracting 'qcsbl.mbn' (31 kb)..................Ok

Inflating.......................................Ok

Checking subfile hash...........................Ok (7E35-F2C5-136E-F15F-7A90-0

83A-B331-251C)

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Reading sub-header @0x950418

Checking magic number...........................Ok

Checking hash...................................Ok (8072-89B3-73FD-AC6F-437A-C

008-0761-E10F)

Extracting 'oemsblhd.mbn' (0 kb)................Ok

Inflating.......................................Ok

Checking subfile hash...........................Ok (7934-0C8E-3F73-4549-11A2-D

FF2-E343-1398)

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Reading sub-header @0x950504

Checking magic number...........................Ok

Checking hash...................................Ok (1F0B-7C6F-CAD6-B202-E570-C

9EC-89BD-9464)

Extracting 'oemsbl.mbn' (211 kb)................Ok

Inflating.......................................Ok

Checking subfile hash...........................Ok (D157-2D7F-4135-700F-FB81-3

C8C-1E48-0858)

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Reading sub-header @0x9855b3

Checking magic number...........................Ok

Checking hash...................................Ok (26BF-1332-9128-3061-25A5-4

6A2-C4D0-09DA)

Extracting 'amsshd.mbn' (0 kb)..................Ok

Inflating.......................................Ok

Checking subfile hash...........................Ok (5CEC-A95B-EECB-84C6-6ACC-9

E7D-52A9-87F3)

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Reading sub-header @0x98569f

Checking magic number...........................Ok

Checking hash...................................Ok (ED7E-F075-1F55-F9FC-A505-5

787-B86C-2581)

Extracting 'appsboothd.mbn' (0 kb)..............Ok

Inflating.......................................Ok

Checking subfile hash...........................Ok (5FD7-2E52-DE97-CA0B-4F98-1

A9B-FFC4-6124)

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Reading sub-header @0x985786

Checking magic number...........................Ok

Checking hash...................................Ok (761D-13C8-0904-E8CD-0C25-7

B4D-EBA9-722C)

Extracting 'appsboot.mbn' (30 kb)...............Ok

Inflating.......................................Ok

Checking subfile hash...........................Ok (7414-D914-15CD-C762-DFB7-4

C20-DB09-889E)

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Reading sub-header @0x98d33d

Checking magic number...........................Ok

Checking hash...................................Ok (23D2-A79C-A9AD-0818-11F5-6

25D-235F-F529)

Extracting 'kernel_ramdisk_O2_UK.mbn' (2402 kb)...Ok

Inflating.......................................Ok

Checking subfile hash...........................Ok (7405-8B19-2E4B-EFEC-C053-A

132-D2DC-8596)

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Reading sub-header @0xbe5ec2

Checking magic number...........................Ok

Checking hash...................................Ok (35E7-4B1F-CD18-2371-238D-7

391-F635-3837)

Extracting 'system_O2_UK.mbn_0' (38062 kb)......Ok

Inflating.......................................Ok

Checking subfile hash...........................Ok (3FAC-7821-49B2-D198-FE04-6

3FF-554D-2CF0)

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Reading sub-header @0x31118f3

Checking magic number...........................Ok

Checking hash...................................Ok (E2B8-4340-05D1-5503-07C8-C

21B-C6E4-01B2)

Extracting 'system_O2_UK.mbn_1' (50067 kb)......Ok

Inflating.......................................Ok

Checking subfile hash...........................Ok (8013-BF87-BC71-5568-D47A-D

870-0E72-1403)

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Reading sub-header @0x61f68c0

Checking magic number...........................Ok

Checking hash...................................Ok (45E7-5339-73FC-D824-17E5-5

B38-8428-BF47)

Extracting 'system_O2_UK.mbn_2' (35623 kb)......Ok

Inflating.......................................Ok

Checking subfile hash...........................Ok (CBE2-898A-C0CD-7F3F-733E-6

F20-A041-903B)

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Reading sub-header @0x84c066d

Checking magic number...........................Ok

Checking hash...................................Ok (E5C6-CC12-F76D-0414-49B3-4

D7D-A1ED-7135)

Extracting 'fwua.mbn' (118 kb)..................Ok

Inflating.......................................Ok

Checking subfile hash...........................Ok (D5A4-2B48-ACA1-1FD0-92F5-6

223-B19A-BF18)

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Reading sub-header @0x84de2bf

Checking magic number...........................This is an offset table, skipp

ing end of file

C:\dz>

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