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

    if it weren't for you, my phone would be dead. thanks. +1

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

    my phone is also dead it flashy successfully but it doesnt boot up jus resets after the nokia logo appears.

    any suggestions any 1 ?

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

    Quote Originally Posted by Bl3nch0z
    my phone is also dead it flashy successfully but it doesnt boot up jus resets after the nokia logo appears.

    any suggestions any 1 ?
    are you sure you're flashing with the unedited firmware?

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

    yes i have the original files

    i dont even know how it broke up , i woke up in the morning and my touch screen was playing up not responding great being slow and inaccurate ,
    so i tried recalibrating the touch no luck
    tried reflashing original firmware then it just got worse where i couldnt use the touchcsreen at all

    my phone jus keeps on resetting nevers gets past the nokia logo anyone know how to fix the probelem

    phoenix output

    Flashing started
    Creating product data items list
    Product data items list created
    Backup not required
    Flashing phone
    Initializing
    Scanning image files...
    Waiting for USB device...
    1. Make sure USB cable, Battery and charger are removed from device.
    2. Insert USB cable to device
    3. Insert Battery to device
    4. Insert Charger to device
    --- Press phone's power button! ---
    Loading secondary boot code: 15232 bytes
    Secondary boot loaded
    Loading update server code: 2861775 bytes
    Update server loaded
    Asic CMT: Verifying communication to device...
    Asic CMT: Verifying communication to device...
    Asic CMT: Start programming 134610 KB...
    Asic CMT: Partitioning RM-356_40.0.005_prd.core.C00
    Asic CMT: Partitioning area 1...
    Asic CMT: Erasing RM-356_40.0.005_prd.core.C00
    Asic CMT: Erasing area 1...
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    Asic CMT: Erasing partition 0x0000000A...
    Asic CMT: Erasing RM-356_40.0.005_prd.rofs2.V01
    Asic CMT: Erasing area 1...
    Asic CMT: Erasing RM-356_40.0.005.235.10.rofs3.fpsx
    Asic CMT: Erasing area 1...
    Asic CMT: Erasing RM356_40.0.005_005_U235.uda.fpsx
    Asic CMT: Erasing area 1...
    Asic CMT: Programming RM-356_40.0.005_prd.core.C00
    Asic CMT: Programming 0%
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    Asic CMT: Programming RM356_40.0.005_005_U235.uda.fpsx
    Asic CMT: Verifying communication to device...
    Waiting for communication response: 25
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    Waiting for communication response: 1
    Error 0x8401F121 communicating to phone. Unable to verify comm.
    Warning: Unable to communicate to product after flashing

    JAF OUTPUT

    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: 620, APE blocks: 0
    Erasing cmt...
    Processing C:\Program Files\Nokia\Phoenix\Products\RM-356\RM-356_40.0.005_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_40.0.005_prd.rofs2.V01...
    Erasing cmt zone 07060000 - 0915FFFF ... Erase result: 0000
    Processing C:\Program Files\Nokia\Phoenix\Products\RM-356\RM-356_40.0.005.235.10.rofs3.fpsx...
    Erasing cmt zone 09160000 - 09E5FFFF ... Erase result: 0000
    Processing C:\Program Files\Nokia\Phoenix\Products\RM-356\RM356_40.0.005_005_U235.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_40.0.005_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...
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    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_40.0.005_prd.rofs2.V01...
    Sending CMT HASH for SOS+ROFS2
    Write result 27: 1701
    Processing C:\Program Files\Nokia\Phoenix\Products\RM-356\RM-356_40.0.005.235.10.rofs3.fpsx...
    Sending CMT HASH for SOS+ROFS3
    Write result 27: 1701
    Processing C:\Program Files\Nokia\Phoenix\Products\RM-356\RM356_40.0.005_005_U235.uda.fpsx...
    Rebooting...
    Finishing CMT session...
    Restarting CMT...
    Pooling phone...
    Phone not found...
    Second try...
    Phone not found...
    Done!

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

    since i'm no expert on JAF or Phoenix, I really can't see wht it can't be flashed properly. I'm upping this to a more expert user. Hope someone can help.

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

    yea someone said i need a jaf box once the phone is unfixable by jaf of phoenix flashing ?

    i want to buy a jaf box but not sure what i need ?

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

    Quote Originally Posted by Bl3nch0z
    yea someone said i need a jaf box once the phone is unfixable by jaf of phoenix flashing ?

    i want to buy a jaf box but not sure what i need ?
    this mate

    http://www.odeon.cn/dealers.html

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

    thanks for this brilliant guide. saved my phone after a failed flash
    cheers

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

    PLEASE HELP ME ITS BEEN A WEEK NOW I AM DESPERATE

    I have a nokia 6210 naavigator phone and my phone was affected by a virus.Now thw phone dpes not show anything when I slide it open.but it is ok when in closed mode.Sometimes it goes off even in that mode.I tried *7370#,manual as well as dead usb flashing downgrading using jaf but to no use.The reason why i say it virus is that the display goes off automatically when in closed mode and at one point I even got display while iin slide mode.The phone is working though in slide mode.Please help me .dont say that You are in wrong forum please help me out

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

    Thanks for the clear and concise guide managed to debrand and flash my new phone very easily to the 31.0.101 firmware and keep HelloOX2 + their's now 70 Mb free on the c: drive


 
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