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    Default Re: Successful change of language on RM-428 5800 NAM Phone!!!

    Is there any successfully update their N97. Please kindly let us know. Thanks in advance.

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    Default Re: Successful change of language on RM-428 5800 NAM Phone!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by arti69
    Hi all,
    I tried doing this procedure on N97, got the files from navifirm, the problem is when I start the flash, it says that the RM-507_10.2.012_prd.rofs2.V28 has bad checksum. It looks like that Phoenix recognizes that I'm trying to "fool" it with incorrect language pack. Has anyone encountered it?? Any ideas?
    Here is the details: I've got US N97 RM-507 code 0575400 (NAM). I live in Israel and need Hebrew which is available only in RM-505 code 0576413 (Israel). First I just tried to flash the original version (to see how it works) - 0575400. Worked OK. Then I took RM-505_10.0.012_prd.rofs2.V14 file from RM-505, renamed it to RM-507_10.2.012_prd.rofs2.V28, and tried to flash the same directory. And got the error "bad checksum RM-507_10.2.012_prd.rofs2.V28".
    Please advice...
    I got the same error. Dont know if any one can fix this.

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    Default Re: Successful change of language on RM-428 5800 NAM Phone!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by lanjing1002
    I got the same error. Dont know if any one can fix this.
    1) Is there a .vpl file in the firmware?
    2) Open it up with notepad.
    3) In the 5800 firmware v21 this contains a bunch of checksums for the various firmware files.
    4) In the 5800 firmware v21 <EnableCRCVerification> is set to false for all the component files.
    5) Maybe you have to:
    a) set <EnableCRCVerification> to false
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    b) change the <CRC> checksum of the .Vnn to match the CRC of the file from the language version you are trying to stick in.

    I have not tried any of this as I do not have a N97 and have never looked at its firmware files.

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    Default Re: Successful change of language on RM-428 5800 NAM Phone!!!

    wmf hello i try that method but when i try to edit the vpl. i run phoenix and cant detect the phone.
    any other method? please help. i need to put my n97 nam with chinese language..


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    Default Re: Successful change of language on RM-428 5800 NAM Phone!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by changtak
    wmf hello i try that method but when i try to edit the vpl. i run phoenix and cant detect the phone.
    any other method? please help. i need to put my n97 nam with chinese language..

    Does that mean, before you edited the vpl file, you were able to detect the N97? Other posters have reported they can detect the N97, but their problem was a CRC error message.

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    Default Re: Successful change of language on RM-428 5800 NAM Phone!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by wmf
    Does that mean, before you edited the vpl file, you were able to detect the N97? Other posters have reported they can detect the N97, but their problem was a CRC error message.
    yes, first i was able detect N97 RM-507 with phoenix, and then i try to edit vpl files to put replace true line to false. then i try to reload phoenix . i click on firmware update then Product code cant detect my phone.
    if i use original vpl file it detected but cannot flash still got the CRC problem.

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    Default Re: Successful change of language on RM-428 5800 NAM Phone!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by changtak
    yes, first i was able detect N97 RM-507 with phoenix, and then i try to edit vpl files to put replace true line to false. then i try to reload phoenix . i click on firmware update then Product code cant detect my phone.
    if i use original vpl file it detected but cannot flash still got the CRC problem.
    1) My understanding was that phone detection occurs before one does Flashing->Firmware Update. So I am not clear whether you really mean "cannot detect phone" or "cannot find firmware".

    2) I would assume Phoenix should not be open while editing firmware files.

    3) Is CRC Check set to true in the original N97 firmware files?

    4) Any difference if you leave CRC to true and then just change the CRC code for the language file ?

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    Default Re: Successful change of language on RM-428 5800 NAM Phone!!!

    yep i think..

    2) I would assume Phoenix should not be open while editing firmware files.
    i try to edit the CRC code and then phoenix cant open edit file.

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    Default Re: Successful change of language on RM-428 5800 NAM Phone!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by changtak
    yep i think..

    2) I would assume Phoenix should not be open while editing firmware files.
    i try to edit the CRC code and then phoenix cant open edit file.
    1) Seems there is also a ..signature.bin file with contains a digital signature for the vpl file, among others.
    2) Once you edit the vpl file, its digital signature will not match the one found in signature.bin. Thence it refuses to load.
    3) So unless someone can figure out how to recompute the digital signature ...?

    Nokia is shooting themselves in the foot. The N97 is the flagship smartphone model. Some/many of the users are globe trotting, international minded people. They should have easy user loadable and Nokia supported language packs (5800 included). No wonder that "fruit" company is kicking their butt in smart phones. The end user wants a few good models, not a dozen mediocre ones in 100 different variations. Just look at the latest stock price and financial results for Nokia.

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    Default Re: Successful change of language on RM-428 5800 NAM Phone!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by changtak
    wmf hello i try that method but when i try to edit the vpl. i run phoenix and cant detect the phone.
    any other method? please help. i need to put my n97 nam with chinese language..

    It works with JAF, but not Phoenix

    RM507 Language pack 28 changed to 26.
    Chinese input and Chinese interface

    http://img182.imageshack.us/i/rimg0153.jpg/


 
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