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Dell XCD35 Gen1 (Android 2.1 - Eclair) ROM Dump

DELL_P729DLV1.0.0B04 contains

1. boot.img (4.50 MB)

2. md5.txt (479 Bytes)

3. recovery.img (4.50 MB)

4. system.tar (128 MB)

Link (81.4 MB)

Dell XCD35 Gen1 (Android 2.1 - Eclair) ROM Dump

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Dell XCD35 Gen2 (Android 2.2 - Froyo) ROM Dump

FROYO_P729DLV1.0.0B01 contains

1. boot.img (5 MB)

2. config.gz (12.5 KB)

3. iomem (627 Bytes)

4. md5.txt (485 Bytes)

5. mtd (325 Bytes)

6. recovery.img (5 MB)

7. system.tar (138 MB)

Link (88.5 MB)

Dell XCD35 Gen2 (Android 2.2 - Froyo) ROM Dump

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Edited by ontherocks

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ROM dump .. only 5.3mb... there must be some problem i think..

I am new to all this.

Thought only the .img files are important.

There were indeed other files that were saved in the ROM dump. They were more than 50MB. Hence, I am under the impression that ROM dump takes a backup of the complete phone (including my contacts, images, videos, applications, etc). Since these would be unnecessary to other people and more than that I wouldn't like to give my private information, I just gave the .img files.

Correct me if I am wrong.

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Upload all of them exept data.img (this is where your information is saved) but important ones are system.img, recovery.img and boot.img :mellow:

I am new to all this.

Thought only the .img files are important.

There were indeed other files that were saved in the ROM dump. They were more than 50MB. Hence, I am under the impression that ROM dump takes a backup of the complete phone (including my contacts, images, videos, applications, etc). Since these would be unnecessary to other people and more than that I wouldn't like to give my private information, I just gave the .img files.

Correct me if I am wrong.

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Upload all of them exept data.img (this is where your information is saved) but important ones are system.img, recovery.img and boot.img :mellow:

This is all I got with OneClickRomDump

boot.img

config.gz

iomem

md5.txt

mtd

recovery.img

system.tar

Let me know which ones are useful and which ones are not useful (i.e. has my private data)

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This is all I got with OneClickRomDump

boot.img

config.gz

iomem

md5.txt

mtd

recovery.img

system.tar

Let me know which ones are useful and which ones are not useful (i.e. has my private data)

none have private data AFAIK

system.tar should be uploaded for sure

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boot.img recovery.img and system.tar will allow a stock recovery rom to be made. none of those files include personal data

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boot.img recovery.img and system.tar will allow a stock recovery rom to be made. none of those files include personal data

New link added. I hope this should be fine now.

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Hi ontherocks. I got the 2.2 dell stock rom. Aladdin here, you know it man, its in parts in my email.

EDIT : Its here. Though not ready for use.

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Dell XCD35 Gen1 (Android 2.1 - Eclair) ROM Dump

DELL_P729DLV1.0.0B04 contains

1. boot.img (4.50 MB)

2. md5.txt (479 Bytes)

3. recovery.img (4.50 MB)

4. system.tar (128 MB)

Link (81.4 MB)

Dell XCD35 Gen1 (Android 2.1 - Eclair) ROM Dump

Ask Mr Pigfish Screenshot

dellxcd35.png

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Dell XCD35 Gen2 (Android 2.2 - Froyo) ROM Dump

FROYO_P729DLV1.0.0B01 contains

1. boot.img (5 MB)

2. config.gz (12.5 KB)

3. iomem (627 Bytes)

4. md5.txt (485 Bytes)

5. mtd (325 Bytes)

6. recovery.img (5 MB)

7. system.tar (138 MB)

Link (88.5 MB)

Dell XCD35 Gen2 (Android 2.2 - Froyo) ROM Dump

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img00464201105112120.jpg

sir, I have Android 2.1 and I downloaded Android 2.2 zip file, Can you please suggest the process of installation? I mean, how I can install this in my phone.

thanks

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sir, I have Android 2.1 and I downloaded Android 2.2 zip file, Can you please suggest the process of installation? I mean, how I can install this in my phone.

thanks

You cannot do it. Its just a Rom Dump. Just take your mobile to a DELL Service center with bill and they will upgrade you to 2.2 froyo for free.

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