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Omnia 7 Support for WP7 Rom Tools
Thanks to XDA member AnDim for releasing the WP7 ROM tools. These tools allow you to modify the ROMs and cook them up the way you like. We hope this encourages more development towards the new WP7 OS. With its latest addition, it supports the Omnia 7 by supporting its .nbO file format. Here is a quote from the original post:
1. htc ROM Image Editor V. 0.7.0.19 (Test) Only Read and extract functions.
+ support Samsung OMNIA 7 (.nb0 file format);
+ support htc OS.nb rom part (only WP7);
+ extract LOGO partition from OS;
+ extract .bmp(s) from LOGO partition;
+ extract SLDR1 (SLDR2) partitions from OS;
+ extract files and packages from SLDR1 (SLDR2);
V. 0.7.0.11 (Test) Only Read and extract functions
+ Initial WP7 Support
We are just as excited as you about this. So, head over to the discussion thread, check it out, and be sure to thank the developer!
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