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  1. #16
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    Finally did it!

    I finally managed to flash my firmware to a different product code. I just checked on NAVIFIRM, and I found my product code listed. But actually, now that I went through the process, I don't think I needed the firmware for my product code to succeed.

    Here's what I did:
    - Downloaded the desired firmware from NAVIFIRM, then I copied the downloaded firmware files into C:\Program Files (x86)\Nokia\Phoenix\Products\RM-470.
    - Opened up Phoenix (in Administrator mode, not sure if this is required)
    - File->Scan Product
    - Flashing->Firmware Update
    - Pressed the "..." button, unchecked "Detect Product Code Automatically", selected the firmware I just downloaded. Before, this list was empty, but after copying the files and starting Phoenix, it was now listed.
    - Then I pressed "Refurbish", and voila, a few minutes later my phone was flashed.

    A little warning though, you should backup your phone before you do this because you will lose all your contacts.

  2. #17
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    Hello im trying to connect to phoenix with micro usb but it wont accept, do you need special cable?
    i tried all different settings.

    Quote Originally Posted by mas2112 View Post
    I finally managed to flash my firmware to a different product code. I just checked on NAVIFIRM, and I found my product code listed. But actually, now that I went through the process, I don't think I needed the firmware for my product code to succeed.

    Here's what I did:
    - Downloaded the desired firmware from NAVIFIRM, then I copied the downloaded firmware files into C:\Program Files (x86)\Nokia\Phoenix\Products\RM-470.
    - Opened up Phoenix (in Administrator mode, not sure if this is required)
    - File->Scan Product
    - Flashing->Firmware Update
    - Pressed the "..." button, unchecked "Detect Product Code Automatically", selected the firmware I just downloaded. Before, this list was empty, but after copying the files and starting Phoenix, it was now listed.
    - Then I pressed "Refurbish", and voila, a few minutes later my phone was flashed.

    A little warning though, you should backup your phone before you do this because you will lose all your contacts.

  3. #18
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    Hi

    Quote Originally Posted by erpan View Post
    Hello im trying to connect to phoenix with micro usb but it wont accept, do you need special cable?
    i tried all different settings.
    there i need same answer is special usb needed or just genuine micro usb ?

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