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Old 11-05-2009, 02:09 AM   #2
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I'm not aware of any way to read the contents of the flash memory to save it. The best you can do is start collecting the firmware files, so that you'll have THOSE for future use if you need them. I currently have copies of the Astak Sept 10th release (the most recent from them) and the Oct 15th Jinke release (the most recent from them). The Astak releases are pretty much identical to the Jinke releases, with different start up and shutdown graphics, and "id string" in the About screen. There may be a few other minor differences (such as default language settings or something), but very minor if so. I wouldn't want to go back to anything before the Sep 10th release from Astak anyway, as there were some significant problems that were fixed by that release. (And actually, I don't think I'd want to go back before the Oct 15th Jinke release, because of the battery problem...)
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