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

    Quote Originally Posted by heraldgithu
    hea my 5230 is not pooling..
    its not booting



    what i must do?
    mine too any help please?

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

    when i am installing JAF 1.98.62 ..it shows me that the nokis cable driver in my computer is 7.1.45.0 and the one from the setup file is 7.0.2.0..it is asking me whether i would like to keep the original or install the new one??
    what should i do?any ideas

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

    +1 for this....

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

    Quote Originally Posted by TAPA5233
    when i am installing JAF 1.98.62 ..it shows me that the nokis cable driver in my computer is 7.1.45.0 and the one from the setup file is 7.0.2.0..it is asking me whether i would like to keep the original or install the new one??
    what should i do?any ideas
    Keep the original as it is a newer version.

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

    Lol God bless this topic, thank you very much, with this, I was able to revive my N86 8MP

    Thanks again!

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

    please help me. my 5250 always says memory full even when i just have to open messaging or contacts and other apps with no other apps in the background. i flashed my phone but it doesn't fix my problem and i got product code (null) and version (null)

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

    Quote Originally Posted by freud
    please help me. my 5250 always says memory full even when i just have to open messaging or contacts and other apps with no other apps in the background. i flashed my phone but it doesn't fix my problem and i got product code (null) and version (null)
    Have you removed applications and data in your microSD card? It could be causing your problems.

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

    hi. i dropped my nokia 5800XM and when i picked it up it was switched off. so i went home and tried to charge it nothing happened. the bettery seems to be fine. cox i checked it with a friends phone. anyways i searched the internet for a way to bring my phone back to life and i had tried almost everything. some says its a power switch problem. i tried power switch jumper and many other ways. but didnt work and last i found this thread and decided to try it. i downloaded everything settings was ok. when i press flash from jaf software, it asks to press the power switch . nothing happened. my phone didint switch on. and jaf software says " searching for phone... not found" so guys is there any way to bring my phone back to life.? what could be the problem?

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

    Quote Originally Posted by oreo27
    Have you removed applications and data in your microSD card? It could be causing your problems.
    I didn't have microsd installed in my phone. i flashed it countless times. there is now product code etc but the memory full problem is still there. last time i flashed it with a cfw i saw in a ram manager that there is this svcommad manager or something like that that keeps eating the ram so there is about 1.5 mb left even after a fresh restart. that is causing the problem. even native applications like messaging says memory full when i open it.

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

    I wanted to try a new cfw but ran into some problem.
    i) cannot flash through phoenix as the hash of file is changed.
    ii) PKEY_Emulator is failing to open JAF, it just sits still there after clicking the "GO" button.
    Anyone had that problem if then how did you resolve that.
    P.S JAF used to work fine for me some 3-4 months back.
    Any help is appreciated


 
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