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    Default Re: Why not to flash with the NSU?

    Quote Originally Posted by balu1234
    i have one more idea while updating through FOTA after downloading the files ph automatically falshes itself. Why cant we use that functionality.
    interesting m8, we should know where FOTA keep their temporary file

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    Default Re: Why not to flash with the NSU?

    you can flash CFW using NSU...
    what you need to do first is...

    1.if your current firmware is not v50.0.005 then update your firmware using NSU..
    2.after succesfully update to v50.0.005 (original FW) then copy any CFW files to
    a.Windows XP: C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\Nokia\Nokia Service Layer\A\nsl_service_module_00001\vpls\
    b.Windows Vista: C:\Users\All Users\Nokia\Nokia Service Layer\A\nsl_service_module_00001\vpls\

    3.then run the NSU again...NSU will check for updated version of your firmware...
    4.if NSU say your firmware are the latest then you can reflash the firmware again but this time you flash using CFW have put the on the folder above...


    just remember to renamed the CFW as the same as the original firmware & most important you need to updated using NSU first so NSU will keep the original firmware to your PC...
    just replaced the original files to CFW than start flashing again...

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    Default Re: Why not to flash with the NSU?

    I tried this...
    NSU checked for updates..it found v50. After that before flashing i changed the files to CFW at location
    C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\Nokia\Nokia Service Layer\A\nsl_service_module_00001\vpls\http://www.dsut.online.nokia.com.oti...roducts\rm-356.

    But NSU does a checksum test to find if the FW is not edited. And downloaded the FW again..then flashed it to the tube.
    So next i used the reinstall FW option and after NSU did the checksum and started flashing the tube I quickly replaced the ROFS2 in FW folder.

    Result..It killed my tube.
    I dont think NSU lets Flash any FW that fails the checksum test So if this is to work we need to disable the updation check and also the checksum test in the NSU.


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    Default Re: Why not to flash with the NSU?

    so there is no way to make this work

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    Default Re: Why not to flash with the NSU?

    There is a *.vpl file in fw files whera are located crc-checksums of fw files.
    Maybe if we change *.vpl file, we can flash with NSU.

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    Default Re: Why not to flash with the NSU?

    I flashed my phone like tojoleon said, with oreo27's v50 hack.
    It flashed normaly, but rompatcher isn't starting. Also there is no Quickoffice.
    What is the problem
    Anyway...
    I flashed my phone with cooked firmware using NSU!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Default Re: Why not to flash with the NSU?

    have you hard formatted your phone after you have flash it

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    Default Re: Why not to flash with the NSU?

    Quote Originally Posted by raydee
    have you hard formatted your phone after you have flash it
    No, I even tried to flash with original files, but same problem, I think this is caused by JAF.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dambulino
    No, I even tried to flash with original files, but same problem, I think this is caused by JAF.
    what do you means cause by JAF
    you flash using NSU so what JAF got to do with it

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    Default Re: Why not to flash with the NSU?

    Quote Originally Posted by raydee
    what do you means cause by JAF
    you flash using NSU so what JAF got to do with it
    At first I flashed my phone to v50 via NSU
    got QuickOffice, and firsttime welcome screen.
    Than I flashed with JAF to oreo27's hacked-again no problem.
    Than I again flashed With NSU and got no Quickoffice, and firsttime welcome screen.


 
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