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    VX8575 .bin and .scr

    I desperately need the .bin and .scr files for the vx8575 chocolate touch. If anyone has and can share it would be very appreciated.

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    I desperately need the .BIN , .DLL .SCR files for the vx8575 chocolate touch.

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    anyone has the BIN file please

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    i need the bin and dll and scr for a vx5500 are if i can change it to a 5600

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    the closest i see is LG Chocolate 3 VX856V07 firmware version 7

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    I desperately need the .bin file for the vx8575

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    Quote Originally Posted by arvinghost
    I desperately need the .bin file for the vx8575
    I follow this , but not desperately

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    Don't know if you already had them, but here they are!


    Lg VX8575 bin, scr, eri


    http://rapidshare.com/files/385137457/LGVX8575V03.rar

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    My LGNPST does not recognize the phone. I cannot get the LG Download to do NV edit on my phone. I really need it flashed to cricket, but may be I am doing something wrong.

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    RE: LGNPST: store version recognizes VX8575V03 dll's but lab version does not. bitpim crashes when writing files to VX857V03's filesystem (standard .net crash, running lgnpst in win 7 x64...)
    would love to get this working w/o booting XP

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    it seems to me that XP may be the best way to go... i'm slowly making progress.

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