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    Default J.A.F makes unreversible changes???

    Few weeks ago I hacked my 5800 by flashing with JAF.
    Today I found a method to flash phone with cfw via NSU, and flashed it, but
    after flashing there was no welcome screen, Quickoffice, Rompatcher wasn't starting.
    Than I flashed my phone with original fw, again using NSU. Same problem...

    I think reason of all is JAF. So is there any way to restore JAF changes

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    Default Re: J.A.F makes unreversible changes???

    NSU downloads its firmware in its own location.....how can you flash a CFW through NSU.....its an official software updater....!!!

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    Default Re: J.A.F makes unreversible changes???

    Next time untick ape variant to keep your C files...

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    Default Re: J.A.F makes unreversible changes???

    Quote Originally Posted by PedroCst
    Next time untick ape variant to keep your C files...
    Next time?
    Is it reversible?

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    Default Re: J.A.F makes unreversible changes???

    Quote Originally Posted by dambulino
    Next time?
    Is it reversible?
    Mate try to flash with original FW, but the version that came with the phone, and format your memory card, just copy your musics, images and videos and other documents that are important to you in your PC, before flash/restore.

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    Default Re: J.A.F makes unreversible changes???

    there is no problem with jaf, I flashed my phone approximately 50-100 times and no problem with it
    check the settings in jaf and be sure that you flash your phone with the right files

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    Default Re: J.A.F makes unreversible changes???

    But don't flash too much. Even it's a big number (like 100 or 200), at some time, your phone can be killed (don't flash anymore, and don't work).

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    Default Re: J.A.F makes unreversible changes???

    even those cheap microchips with eeprom can be flashed 1000 times, so I hope the 5800 has better stuff as it should

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    Default Re: J.A.F makes unreversible changes???

    I got no problems with JAF.
    NSU flashing with problems. I think caused by JAF.


 

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