Just curious... did your phone start life as an A56i (NOT A56)? Learning from previous posts on this thread and other threads, it seems that the A56i is not compatible with the "no test point" method in Freia, which is what we are using with the A56>C56 conversion instructions. Could that have a bearing on the outcome of your phone?
Originally posted by deanjen
Seem to me that the phone is just "dead"... Now the software can recognize it as C56, and the unlocking process seems to be okay, but the flashing process isn't working at all...
And, can't power it on, and can't charge it(no battery indicator).
So now your phone's being recognised as a C56, and was unlocked successfully, does that mean it isn't working because it didn't have the 5 EEPROM blocks containing battery info in the beginning of the process? If so, just load the original 5 blocks in the .eep file.
If your phone started life as an A56i, there would have been no need to do the conversion as the A56i contains almost all, if not every, feature that the C56 has.
Hey, if the phone is still under warranty and you still got the receipt, you could try your luck at doing a warranty claim at the dealer (though this suggestion throws all ethics out the window, and I for one won't want to do this).
Nokia: 5160i, 6160, 8260, 3390, 5190+analog, 8390, 3595 (x2), 6010, 1100b, 6061 (x3), 7250i, 1112b, 1208b, 2760, 3555, C1-01, C3-00
Siemens: A56>C56, M55
SonyEricsson: T28w, Z200, T226, T290a, Z310a, Z520a>Z525, W710i prototype, W300i, T303a
Motorola: MicroTAC Lite, StarTAC 6500, V547, W233