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Old 01-15-2013, 05:38 AM   #49
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in one of my links you'll find an address table of the raw data partition including the offsets for the kernel.

but i doubt that your kernel got corrupted by itself. kernel, initrd and friends are read-only and I see no reason for you to deal with these things.

the kernel might become an issue by mixing non-matching firmware updates / restore sets.

the restore set does not touch the kernel. but firmware updates may do. if you apply the wrong restore set, the kernel might not be compatible.

but i guess your dictionary problems are not related to the kernel. it is more likely a permissions or file system integrity issue.

and last but not least - the stock reader software including the dictionary have bugs...

and last but not least - the dictionary is buggy
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