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Thread: NEW M600i Firmware available from update service

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    m600i update service link

    Here's the link to the M600i where you can download the update service.

    http://www.sonyericsson.com/spg.jsp?...s1_1&pid=10385

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    cannot update firmware

    My phone has the same "battery low" bug and wont stay on long enough to even run the update. How's that for a catch-22?

    Anyone have suggestions? As soon as I plug in the USB it turns halfway on for a few secs then dies with message "replace main batteries"

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    m600i firmware upgrade...continued

    I finally got it to start upgrading, but it got to about the 10th or 11th green bar before it stopped and went back to the main screen saying "update failed, please try again" or something similar to this.

    Now the phone when turning on keeps flashing white screen then turning back off and on constantly for a few minutes before it actually turns off for good.

    When I try to re-flash it, SEUS says it already has the latest updated software. I heard someone say reflashing helps but how do you do this when SEUS will not let me continue since it says I have a latest firmware?

    Thanks in advanced to any and all that help.

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    do the phone "vibrate" when the screen are flashing white?

    my did that, turned out to be hardware problem, and know i´m going to get a new one.

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    Not it doesn't vibrate. Just half the number keys flash on then the screen flashes white and does this about 10 times before it turns off completely.

    I am returning it to Hong Kong which kinda sucks cuz its going to take about 2 weeks before I get a new phone.

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    Is there any way to make it flash a non-branded firmware onto my Vodaphone branded (but unlocked...) M600i?

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    boys and girls....

    i here that r9a is out today


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    what's new?

    can you answer calls with the wheel yet?

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    Do you know where we can get it from? The SE updater app still says I have the latest version?

    EDIT: Possibly because I have to wait for Vodaphone to make a branded version?

    Does anyone know of a service (paid or free) that would flash my M600 to the default SE firmware so I don't have this Vodaphone crap on it?
    Last edited by weiran; 09-21-2006 at 02:58 AM.

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    Yes the new version is:

    Phone: cxc162037 R9A02
    Bluetooth: cxc162058 R3A01
    Organiser: cxc162071 R4C01
    CDA: cda162011/2 R4C01

    I ran the update service program installed the last time I updated my phone. New version seems more stable, it has not crashed yet, but the day is young. It is running a bit faster and now you can check the home screen on the phone when the keys are locked. Quite handy since you don't have to unlock the phone to see if you have messages or missed calls. Other than that, no major differences that I can tell.

    An interesting tidbit, the phone's date and time were reset to 9/11/06 at around 12:40 or so UTC time...

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    ahhh
    finally able to show the contact list by first name, last name; instead of last name, first name..
    memory seems to be better managed a bit by couple of megabytes..
    for me, UI doesn't seem to be faster...
    only other difference i saw was the hang-up sound which doesn't bother me...
    R.Ph.

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    Well, I spoke too soon... messaging still crashes the phone.

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    thanks for the good news... looking to update now...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Z3RO
    thanks for the good news... looking to update now...
    and it's updating right now...

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    Just updated to R9A02 tonight. I wish they'd actually come with a "what's new" file. This is a major release, so expect it to take some time for it to complete, even after when it's disconnected from your computer.

    Confirmed changes I notice so far:
    1) IMAP4 no longer displays new messages to folders not subscribed (eg, trash, etc)
    2) Ability to use multiple incoming / out going servers in email
    3) IMAP directory walk is now considerably faster, header fetching is done by blocks.
    4) Minor cometic changes to Music player
    5) Video player now can define buffer size
    6) Video player now pre-fetches properly , over all performance improvement
    7) Bluetooth transfer speed is now over 50K/s
    8) Task manager can be killed
    9) Better memory management.
    10) Sync Mail box does not appear unless it's configured.
    11) Files can now be written by file manager to root directory of memory stick
    12) outbound calls are now default caller id hidden
    13) Email configuration wizard (it opens up to SE website0

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