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Thread: Bell V3c Upgrade Flash Available for Download

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    Bell V3c Upgrade Flash Available for Download

    http://rapidshare.com/files/3976883...08.00R.zip.html

    Thanks to tuttiquanti on the HoFo Bell forum for getting the files from the MSU.

    Nothing is known yet about the ability to flash this file to VZW hardware but if it works as easily as the other recent Java enabled flash files then it shouldn't be a problem.

    This flash is NOT EvDO enabled for Bell's network so it may behave more like the Bell e815 regarding authentication.

    This hopefully is good but as stated, there is nothing to base any speculation on.

    It will most likely work best on an Alltel or other Moto UI flashed phone.

    Somebody needs to step up and try this file.

    All caution is advised of course.

    Good luck!

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    here's a link to the original thread in the bell forums.
    http://www.howardforums.com/showthread.php?p=9432301
    I have a quick question, there is a file called "Bell_PRL_30384.hs" when I try to open it as a PRL file in PST it says the file is corrupt. However isn't .hs mean it's a flex file?
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    Yes, .hs is a flex file and you would use the Pflex utility in PST to flex it to the phone rather than opening a CDMA Preferred Roaming file like you normally would.

    This is a relatively new method of putting the PRL on, at least for us.

    I have seen it referred to for loading PRLs on Motorola Qs that had been flashed to another carrier and PST would not connect because the Q has a totally different device driver assignment in Windows and uses NDIS instead of the virtual COM port that PST requires.

    So, this is new territory but for your needs on Bell's network, I would try to use the Pflex to write it to the phone.

    It is of no use to us on VZW other than as a curiousity or subject for examination.

    The software that has the ability to create these PRL files in .hs format is very highly desired and very hard to get because it is the only way to provision some new phones on another carrier's network.

    Good luck!

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    1000 posts 9/17/07
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    Interesting...it must have been the original uploader of the file that deleted it...much too late to prevent it from further leaking of course!

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    Wel did the upgrade from Alltel to Bell. Went great just have to restore some java files after the flash.
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    Quote Originally Posted by vcab01
    Funny.. the way KBMAN posted it in the first thread as .... in the link, as well as the way its displayed...

    link you posted, and as posted in that other thread... both work...

    I've downloaded... wont be playing until MAYBE the weekend....

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    Quote Originally Posted by GoldMembr
    Wel did the upgrade from Alltel to Bell. Went great just have to restore some java files after the flash.

    Great news! Can't wait to hear the details!!


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    Stupid Verizon (Landline)...I'm on a 2.5MB/s package and I can't pull over 300KB/s from Rapidshare via Level3. If you really want to talk about a company pulling shady business, wait until more news gets out about FiOS bandwidth throttling in Tampa. I'm impatient when talking about Java.

    I'm assuming this works on the V3m as well (Probably not a good idea to assume, but hey, I'll give it a try).

    Edit: And am I correct in remembering that the Bell V3c does not have OPP?
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    Quote Originally Posted by jlbrightbill
    Stupid Verizon (Landline)...I'm on a 2.5MB/s package and I can't pull over 300KB/s from Rapidshare via Level3. If you really want to talk about a company pulling shady business, wait until more news gets out about FiOS bandwidth throttling in Tampa. I'm impatient when talking about Java.

    I'm assuming this works on the V3m as well (Probably not a good idea to assume, but hey, I'll give it a try).

    Edit: And am I correct in remembering that the Bell V3c does not have OPP?

    No OPP no VZW mobile web or VZW tethering

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    Quote Originally Posted by GoldMembr
    No OPP no VZW mobile web or VZW tethering
    Never used VZW mobile web or tethered anyway. As for OPP...honestly, I've had it for the past year and I can only remember 1 or 2 times max that I really used it. It's nice to have, yeah, but not a priority. GoogleMaps when lost in Tampa trying to find a park to play ultimate frisbee, that I have missed from my E815. For me, Java > OPP. EVDO data working properly?

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    So if this is a v3c flash.. and works with a v3m(as most do), then would that mean... no transflash?

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    Almost certainly, yes...but jlbrightbill will confim.

    He has a V3m.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GoldMembr
    Wel did the upgrade from Alltel to Bell. Went great just have to restore some java files after the flash.

    GoldMembr, what java files need to be restored?

    is it basicly like following the 815 to bell tutorial?

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    I'm going to hold off until the Java experts get it figured out. I flashed just to have a quick peek. Some things to note.

    Flashing from Vivo V3m monster resulted in a brick. The Alltel V3c monster recovered the phone. Flashing from Alltel V3c monster worked.

    The phone is EvDO capable. Once the Verizon PRL is loaded, the EV icon appears.

    QPST successfully wrote the m.ip section.

    Under Security>data the name and password are locked just like the other Bell phones. This will make teathering impossible.

    The security code for the hidden menu is 236197

    The flash doesn't load new mma files.

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