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    Default Re: Guide: Flash Your Dead 5800/any BB5 phone using JAF tool

    Quote Originally Posted by oreo27
    well, firstly, this will cause your 3G to not work properly
    I think that I can live with it. Here is China (China Mobile/M-Zone) they use a 'homecooked' version of 3.5G anyhow, and I always get Edge as a max with data, so I think this is not going to affect me. But correct me if I am wrong

    secondly .c00 file extension must be renamed to .c0r file extension
    Please let em know why I should rename the extension of .C00 to .c0r. Is this normal procedure, or only required when putting firmware from one model to another?

    this will be your mcu. ppm is rofs2 and cnt is rofs3. ape is .uda
    Right, so:

    MCU = .c00/c0r
    PPM = .rofs2.VXX
    CNT = .rofs3.fpsx
    APE = .uda.fspx

    also, please be mindful of flashing firmware files of other variants to your own. we don't know what this could cause.
    Whats the worst that could happen? bricked for good, or re-surrectable using Dead Flash or proper JAF Box?

    thanks

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    Default Re: Guide: Flash Your Dead 5800/any BB5 phone using JAF tool

    Quote Originally Posted by oranabana
    I think that I can live with it. Here is China (China Mobile/M-Zone) they use a 'homecooked' version of 3.5G anyhow, and I always get Edge as a max with data, so I think this is not going to affect me. But correct me if I am wrong

    Please let em know why I should rename the extension of .C00 to .c0r. Is this normal procedure, or only required when putting firmware from one model to another?

    Right, so:

    MCU = .c00/c0r
    PPM = .rofs2.VXX
    CNT = .rofs3.fpsx
    APE = .uda.fspx

    Whats the worst that could happen? bricked for good, or re-surrectable using Dead Flash or proper JAF Box?

    thanks
    1. I'm not sure about the 3G Mate

    2. If you are going to select files manually, the only file extension that JAF accepts is .c0r. Thus, you have to rename it.

    3. Correct

    4. I have never seen anyone with a bricked handset who used this method however I have not tried it myself so i cannot say for sure.

    5. The only thing JAF with a usb cable cannot correct is corruption of rpl (permanent memory) through downgrading or flashing with oversized firmware files. another is flashing other phone model firmwares to other phones (e.g. n97 firmware to 5800)

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    Default Re: Guide: Flash Your Dead 5800/any BB5 phone using JAF tool

    Think I am still missing something. Probably close, but not close enough...

    I seem to have more success when using Manual Flash checked, as otherwise I cannot select the ADE file and INI will for some reason not load the RM-356 files (tried naming the directory: RM-428 and RM-356 = no difference)

    So I am doing the Manual Flash thing:

    Manual Flash: checked
    Factory Set: checked
    Normal Mode: checked
    CRT 308: checked

    its seems to get off to a good start, but then the phone seems not to reboot by itself, and the JAF stops responding. Also noted I never get the green/blue or red progress bar at the bottom.

    The log looks like this (It basically does not go beyond: Starting stage 2.....):

    Detected P-KEY: 9000A3F5
    P-key nokia module version 01.02
    Init usb communication...
    Phone Type:
    FILES SET FOR FLASHING:
    MCU Flash file: C:\Program Files\Nokia\Phoenix\Products\RM-356\RM-356_50.0.005_prd.core.c0r
    PPM Flash file: C:\Program Files\Nokia\Phoenix\Products\RM-356\RM-356_50.0.005_prd.rofs2.V25
    CNT Flash file: C:\Program Files\Nokia\Phoenix\Products\RM-356\RM-356_50.0.005_C01_prd.rofs3.fpsx
    APE Variant file: C:\Program Files\Nokia\Phoenix\Products\RM-356\RM-356_50.0.005_001_000_U02.uda.fpsx
    Backing up CRT...
    Detected P-KEY: 9000A3F5
    P-key nokia module version 01.02
    Init usb communication...
    Reading IMEI...
    C:\Program Files\ODEON\JAF\ProgData\359348025955501_CRT_backu p_223355.pm
    Done!
    Backup CRT OK!
    Detected P-KEY: 9000A3F5
    P-key nokia module version 01.02
    Init usb communication...
    Searching for phone...Found
    Reading SW version...ICPR72_09w44.4 40.2.005
    Reading battery value...3822 mV
    Init usb flashing...
    Reading flashid...
    CMT: 004000EC <=> SAMSUNG (SEC) -> KAT00F00RA
    APE: 00000000 <=> Flash -> not detected
    Verifing ADL communication... Status byte 7
    Rebooting to flash mode...
    Waiting for the phone to reboot...
    Searching for phone...
    Sending RAW loader...
    Using 009.012.005
    Elf2flash 09.11.000
    CMT RAW loader...
    Patching RAW boot step1...
    Patching RAW boot step2...
    Patching RAW boot step3...
    Sending RAW Loader...
    ....................Loader Sent!
    Stage 2 starting.................


    Afterwards the phone can be started and works.... Tried a hard reset, no good either. Same issue each time...mmmh
    If anyone can point me int he right direction, I be most pleased!

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    Default Re: Guide: Flash Your Dead 5800/any BB5 phone using JAF tool

    Quote Originally Posted by oranabana
    Think I am still missing something. Probably close, but not close enough...

    I seem to have more success when using Manual Flash checked, as otherwise I cannot select the ADE file and INI will for some reason not load the RM-356 files (tried naming the directory: RM-428 and RM-356 = no difference)

    So I am doing the Manual Flash thing:

    Manual Flash: checked
    Factory Set: checked
    Normal Mode: checked
    CRT 308: checked

    its seems to get off to a good start, but then the phone seems not to reboot by itself, and the JAF stops responding. Also noted I never get the green/blue or red progress bar at the bottom.

    The log looks like this (It basically does not go beyond: Starting stage 2.....):

    Afterwards the phone can be started and works.... Tried a hard reset, no good either. Same issue each time...mmmh
    If anyone can point me int he right direction, I be most pleased!
    Turn off your handset.

    Start JAF

    Tick Manual Flash, Dead USB and Normal Mode.
    Untick CRT 308.

    Select files manually c0r, rofs2, rofs3 and uda.

    Click flash. Accept the prompt.

    Connect your phone to the usb. Press power button for half a second.

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    Default Re: Guide: Flash Your Dead 5800/any BB5 phone using JAF tool

    Quote Originally Posted by oreo27
    Turn off your handset.

    Start JAF

    Tick Manual Flash, Dead USB and Normal Mode.
    Untick CRT 308.

    Select files manually c0r, rofs2, rofs3 and uda.

    Click flash. Accept the prompt.

    Connect your phone to the usb. Press power button for half a second.
    yes, just tried that whilst wondering whether there is one last thing I should do before hitting the sack. And... it worked!.... So here we have it. RM-428 NAM running APAC SINGAPORE (Production Code: 0591824). Has Malaysian, English, Chinese and I think Indonesian!

    phew....! will be sleeping well tonight!

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    Default Re: Guide: Flash Your Dead 5800/any BB5 phone using JAF tool

    Quote Originally Posted by oranabana
    yes, just tried that whilst wondering whether there is one last thing I should do before hitting the sack. And... it worked!.... So here we have it. RM-428 NAM running APAC SINGAPORE (Production Code: 0591824). Has Malaysian, English, Chinese and I think Indonesian!

    phew....! will be sleeping well tonight!
    congratulations mate. let us know how it goes.

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    Default Re: Guide: Flash Your Dead 5800/any BB5 phone using JAF tool

    Quote Originally Posted by oreo27
    congratulations mate. let us know how it goes.
    Well, it works fine 24hrs into it... charges, makes and receives calls, WLAN works, GRPS works (never had 3G here anyhow). Phone set to Dual Mode (GMS and UMTS) which works too... still not playing some of my Flash and WMV movies, but nothing new...


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    Default Re: Guide: Flash Your Dead 5800/any BB5 phone using JAF tool

    Detected P-KEY: 90009699
    P-key nokia module version 01.02
    Init usb communication...
    PRESS POWER ON NOW!
    Searching for phone...Found
    Sending RAW loader...
    Using 009.012.005
    Elf2flash 09.11.000
    CMT RAW loader...
    Patching RAW boot step1...
    Patching RAW boot step2...
    Patching RAW boot step3...
    Sending RAW Loader...
    ....................Loader Sent!
    Stage 2 starting..................PUBKEYS already sent...
    PUBKEYS already sent...
    PUBKEYS already sent...
    PUBKEYS already sent...
    PUBKEYS already sent...
    ...........Phone prepared OK!
    Waiting for the phone to boot...
    Searching for phone...
    Status byte: 8000
    Selecting CMT flash...
    Result: 0000
    Phone is in flash mode...
    CMT blocks: 651, APE blocks: 0
    Erasing cmt...
    Processing C:\Program Files\Nokia\Phoenix\Products\RM-356\RM-356_50.0.005_prd.core.C00...
    Erasing cmt zone 00040000 - 00082FFF ... Erase result: 0000
    Erasing cmt zone 00083400 - 003FFFFF ... Erase result: 0000
    Erasing cmt zone 00400000 - 007FFFFF ... Erase result: 0000
    Erasing cmt zone 00800000 - 00D5FFFF ... Erase result: 0000
    Erasing cmt zone 00D60000 - 09E5FFFF ... Erase result: 0000
    Partition result: 0014
    Processing C:\Program Files\Nokia\Phoenix\Products\RM-356\RM-356_50.0.005_prd.rofs2.V01...
    Erasing cmt zone 07180000 - 0915FFFF ... Erase result: 0000
    Processing C:\Program Files\Nokia\Phoenix\Products\RM-356\RM-356_50.0.005_C02_prd.rofs3.fpsx...
    Erasing cmt zone 09160000 - 09E5FFFF ... Erase result: 0000
    Processing C:\Program Files\Nokia\Phoenix\Products\RM-356\RM-356_50.0.005_026_000_U01.uda.fpsx...
    Erasing cmt zone 09E60000 - 0F71FFFF ... Erase result: 0000
    Send CMT CFG...

    Writing cmt...
    Processing C:\Program Files\Nokia\Phoenix\Products\RM-356\RM-356_50.0.005_prd.core.C00...
    Sending CMT HASH for ADA
    Sending CMT HASH for KEYS
    Sending CMT HASH for PRIMAPP
    Sending CMT HASH for RAP3NAND
    Sending CMT HASH for PASUBTOC
    cmt->PAPUB_CERTIFICATE_DATA_BB5 block detected
    cmt->PAPUB_CERTIFICATE_DATA_BB5 block detected, sending...
    cmt->PAPUB keys already sent...
    cmt->PAPUB keys already sent...
    cmt->PAPUB keys already sent...
    cmt->PAPUB keys already sent...
    Sending CMT HASH for SOS*UPDAPP
    Sending CMT HASH for SOS*ENO
    Sending CMT HASH for SOS*DSP0
    Sending CMT HASH for SOS*ISASW
    Sending CMT HASH for SOS+CORE
    Sending CMT HASH for SOS+ROFS1
    Processing C:\Program Files\Nokia\Phoenix\Products\RM-356\RM-356_50.0.005_prd.rofs2.V01...
    Sending CMT HASH for SOS+ROFS2
    Write result 27: 1701
    Processing C:\Program Files\Nokia\Phoenix\Products\RM-356\RM-356_50.0.005_C02_prd.rofs3.fpsx...
    Sending CMT HASH for SOS+ROFS3
    Write result 27: 1701
    Processing C:\Program Files\Nokia\Phoenix\Products\RM-356\RM-356_50.0.005_026_000_U01.uda.fpsx...
    Rebooting...
    Finishing CMT session...
    Restarting CMT...
    Pooling phone...
    MCUSW: (null)
    APESW: (null)
    VariantSW: (null)
    Prodcode:
    Setting test mode...
    Failed! Aborting!
    Done!

    this is waht's happaning with me! and when y try press power to lunch the phone, it vibrate all the time and there is nothing :-(

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    Default Re: Guide: Flash Your Dead 5800/any BB5 phone using JAF tool

    what options do you have ticked?

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    Default Re: Guide: Flash Your Dead 5800/any BB5 phone using JAF tool

    i'm using windows XP and i can select the C0R,rofs2 & 3 manually plus i'm able to directly use ini..but when off the phone and hit flash and when it asks to switch phone on,jaf doesn't recognize the phone and says "phone not found".
    please help anyone.i hav installed & reinstalled JAF,cable drivers,nokia pc suite.but still doesn't work..
    PLEASE HELP.
    thanks


 
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