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Hello,

I have never seen a Nokia prototype like that.

For you what is it?

More pictures?

Regards,
Trevor
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Originally Posted by n950 View Post
Hello,

I have never seen a Nokia prototype like that.

For you what is it?

More pictures?

Regards,
Trevor
It looks like a N9 with some sort of cover since all holes in the picture match the locations of the sensors/speaker of the N9
 

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Originally Posted by tealc View Post
It looks like a N9 with some sort of cover since all holes in the picture match the locations of the sensors/speaker of the N9
Right
It's a very rare rm-696 prototype.
Anybody have seen another one on internet before mine?

I have one question:

The led at bottom left corner and flash behind like on my picture always blink
How can i disable them?

Thank you
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That is the behavior when it is in maintenance mode. Do you see a wrench at startup?
 

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Originally Posted by imaginaryenemy View Post
That is the behavior when it is in maintenance mode. Do you see a wrench at startup?
Wrench is what?

Look my pictures you will see the key at startup.

It's installed PR 1.1.

Can i install the PR1.3 of my blue N9 prototype, 64GB too?
Because i can't see product code of this one i don't have the sim slot.
how can i see the product code, you have an idea? in software perhaps?
 

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Originally Posted by n950 View Post
Right
It's a very rare rm-696 prototype.
Anybody have seen another one on internet before mine?
The plastic cover around the device body was used quite a lot on early set of prototypes.
The reason was to make it harder for the form and look of the device to leak to competitors or to device fansites.

Originally Posted by n950 View Post
I have one question:

The led at bottom left corner and flash behind like on my picture always blink
How can i disable them?

Thank you
Just use flasher to turn off RD flag, then it will not flash lights to you.
The flashing is an indicator for the device operation, kind of heartbeat for developers to see the CPU load of the device.
 

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Originally Posted by n950 View Post
Wrench is what?

Look my pictures you will see the key at startup.

It's installed PR 1.1.

Can i install the PR1.3 of my blue N9 prototype, 64GB too?
Because i can't see product code of this one i don't have the sim slot.
how can i see the product code, you have an idea? in software perhaps?
"picture of a wrench" means, in RD mode it briefly shows a "hand tool image" when device boots.

You possibly can flash a later image, yes, but I don't recommend it as your "PR 1.1" just might contain some interesting developer stuff
 

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Yes i think device has some nice stuff
I will share some pics later.
 

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First 5 pictures interesting or not?
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