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    Default Re: Flashing your Bricked/Dead Nokia 5800 phone using Phoenix

    worked like a charm please update the phoenix installer link to a simpler like mediafire.com

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    Default Re: Flashing your Bricked/Dead Nokia 5800 phone using Phoenix

    [img width=800 height=640]http://i47.tinypic.com/2lwlow3.png[/img]


    Help plox am using Nokia 5800 RM-356

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    Default Re: Flashing your Bricked/Dead Nokia 5800 phone using Phoenix

    New problem

    The flashing failed. Do you like to retry the flashing?

    HRESULT 0x84009427 (-2080336857)

    Dtl: Could not send data to the driver, reason: 0x84004410. Common USB DCM: Message send failed, last error code = 0x8007001F. ??e

    NEW PROBLEM FFS

    The flashing failed. Do you like to retry the flashing? HRESULT 0x8401f153 (-2080247469) Flash: Unable to communicate with the device after flashing. Check USB connections!

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    Default Re: Flashing your Bricked/Dead Nokia 5800 phone using Phoenix

    Thanx guys!! I finally managed to flash my 5800 and brought it back from the dead . I had taken it to Nokia (don┤t) Care and they said it┤s circuits were fried. Those morons! They wanted to charge me 350,00 us$ LOL!

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    Default Re: Flashing your Bricked/Dead Nokia 5800 phone using Phoenix

    Quote Originally Posted by tomocapi
    Thanx guys!! I finally managed to flash my 5800 and brought it back from the dead . I had taken it to Nokia (don┤t) Care and they said it┤s circuits were fried. Those morons! They wanted to charge me 350,00 us$ LOL!
    they said the same shit to me now im trying to fix ma fone too

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    Default Re: Flashing your Bricked/Dead Nokia 5800 phone using Phoenix

    Well I did the downgrade even thugh there was that warning. I figured if i brick the phone I can still somehow just revive it. NOT TRUE, even after 15 times of trying and the log goes smoothly it still cannot turn on just vibrates. I even went to a local repair shop and they used the proper hardware to try to revive it and no go. ITS TOTALLY BRICKED . Now what to do ? Its useless now its not covered under warranty. before I say iPhone is there ANYTHING else I can try? Or bury this damn thing...

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    Default Re: Flashing your Bricked/Dead Nokia 5800 phone using Phoenix

    Quote Originally Posted by stuwilko
    Hi Guys,

    First of all, thanks for this - its awesome.

    I have a Nokia 5800 RM-356 0575581. When i turn it on it just vibrates and then stays blank. I have installed both Phoenix and JAF software. I have tried both numerous times but to no avail. I have used every firmware available for 0575581 - i dont know which one is correct so i thought i would try them all! When using Phoenix, the screen lights up but the buttons dont and i get the following :

    Code:
    Flashing started
    Creating product data items list
    Product data items list created
    Backup not required
    Flashing phone
    Initializing
    Loading image files...
    Opening RAW connection...
    RAW connection successfully opened!
    Waiting for USB device...
    --- Press phone's power button! ---
    Connection opened to BootCode successfully
    First wait command succeeded.
    Flashing Secondary boot code: 15232 Bytes
    Secondary boot loaded
    Skipping USB handshake...
    Flashing Update Server Data: 2768591 Bytes
    Flashing UPS data: 0%
    Flashing UPS data: 10%
    Flashing UPS data: 37%
    Flashing UPS data: 56%
    Flashing UPS data: 75%
    Flashing UPS data: 94%
    Flashing UPS data: 100%
    Flashing UPS data: 100%
    Update server loaded
    Waiting for Update Server to boot...
    Restoring normal connection...
    Asic CMT: Verifying communication to device...
    Asic CMT: UA Protocol 1.0 detected.
    Initializing Update Server....
    Asic CMT: Verifying communication to device...
    Asic CMT: UA Protocol 1.0 detected.
    Loading image files...
    Loading image files...
    Asic CMT: Selecting programming blocks...
    Asic CMT: Start programming 131501 KB...
    Asic CMT: Partitioning RM-356_31.0.101_prd.core.C00
    Asic CMT: Partitioning area 1...
    Asic CMT: Erasing RM-356_31.0.101_prd.core.C00
    Asic CMT: Erasing area 1...
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    Asic CMT: Erasing partition 0x0000000A...
    Asic CMT: Erasing RM-356_31.0.101_prd.rofs2.V01
    Asic CMT: Erasing area 1...
    Asic CMT: Erasing RM-356_31.0.101.217.08.rofs3.fpsx
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    Asic CMT: Programming RM-356_31.0.101_prd.core.C00
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    Error 0x84009427 communicating to phone. Unable to verify comm.
    Warning: Unable to communicate to product after flashing
    Flashing phone
    Initializing
    Loading image files...
    Opening RAW connection...
    RAW connection successfully opened!
    ERROR: Check TSS Communication API installation.
    Unable to set the phone to flash mode. Unable to flash.
    All operations completed
    Product flashing failed.
    I then get an error box stating : Flash: Unable to verify communication with device after flashing has finished.

    The phone is still doing the same as it always did. Is it completely broke or is it fixable?

    Thanks again for you're time



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    same SHI* here

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    Default Re: Flashing your Bricked/Dead Nokia 5800 phone using Phoenix

    Please help me, I don't know why Phoenix wont install and shows this error message "DK2 driver installation failed" even I uninstalled everything related to Nokia, cleaned my registry and reboot.
    and I've downloaded my firmware with Navifirm, how do I install it in Phoenix so it shows up in the list
    Please help I need it today

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    Default Re: Flashing your Bricked/Dead Nokia 5800 phone using Phoenix

    Quote Originally Posted by rainart222
    Well I did the downgrade even thugh there was that warning. I figured if i brick the phone I can still somehow just revive it. NOT TRUE, even after 15 times of trying and the log goes smoothly it still cannot turn on just vibrates. I even went to a local repair shop and they used the proper hardware to try to revive it and no go. ITS TOTALLY BRICKED . Now what to do ? Its useless now its not covered  under warranty. before I say iPhone is there ANYTHING else I can try? Or bury this damn thing...
    What happened when you downgrade? Did it reboot many times and a Contact Retailer pop up or did it just reboot into weird lines?

    *edit I replied to your thread here http://forum.dailymobile.net/index.p...c,16538.0.html
    if you want to reply in that thread

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    Default Re: Flashing your Bricked/Dead Nokia 5800 phone using Phoenix

    bricked my new 5800 after 5 days after loading it with pirated software/games and paid the price. when the phone is "bricked" is that when it wont start and has a white screen and says nokia? thats what mine was like until i did the 3 button thing and that worked a treat.factory restore.thanx for the help i had my bricked phone working within 10 mins, THANX AGain


 
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