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    Nokia 5800 v21 Hack

    I had trouble getting the HelloOX 1.03 working on a 5800 with v21 but after some digging I found the correct installserver file. You can find all the files you need here.
    Feel free to PM me if you have any questions.

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    You have V21? Ahhh darn Nevermind ur from isreal....lucky u! Every country has V21 except the NAM version... Ehhhhh!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sixth
    You have V21? Ahhh darn Nevermind ur from isreal....lucky u! Every country has V21 except the NAM version... Ehhhhh!
    If you know how, you can load Euro/APAC version v21 into your NAM. It works fine on my NAM e71 and 5800, and NAM 3G works fine. The software is corssflashable.

    The reason I flashed my e71 and 5800 with HK version is to gain read/write chinese ability
    Sunny

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    what did u do? Just change the product code on your 5800 via nss to a apac code?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sixth
    what did u do? Just change the product code on your 5800 via nss to a apac code?
    Use nokia phonex and JAF to load the OS, NSS doesn't work.

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    What are the exact advantages with v21 firmware? And also is the nam v20 hackable currently?
    Current Device: Nexus One
    Phone History: |N97 Mini| |5800| |E71-2| |N95-4| |N95-3| |N75| |6131| |6230| |SE T616|


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    What product could I change my nam to? I am thinking either apac or UK... anyone here running a different product on their nam and if so what did you change it to?

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    Quote Originally Posted by RogerPodacter
    What are the exact advantages with v21 firmware? And also is the nam v20 hackable currently?
    My phone came with v21. v21 brings interface speed enhancements, numerous bug fixes and a new 'breathing light' setting/control and also now you can copy paste from the web browser.

    The installserver file I have posted in the blog SHOULD work with every firmware as its supposed to be backward compatible but I can't test this to confirm so if anyone can it would be great.
    You can try it, there is no risk to your phone as its only a software hack.

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    Any one knows when NAM is going to get V21

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    Quote Originally Posted by SEP910
    Any one knows when NAM is going to get V21
    should be soon... the v21 for EURO and EMEA has been out for quite sometime now...
    i use my cellphones too much, my brains are fried...



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