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#1521
Originally Posted by aspergerguy View Post
Unfortunately looks like HW issue with flash memory, see here for similar issue: http://talk.maemo.org/showthread.php?t=94575
Finally after this command

flasher -F main.bin -F emmc.bin -f

It flash only the main.bin so the phone starts again , now my question is that i was doing this to install sailfis so i continue from from the STEP 3 flash Openmode Kernel and continue or i need also flash emmc.bin?

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#1522
I had nokia with variant 232 I flashed it with 341 which is of poland.
Now it is asking me for unlock code.But I live in India and here we dont have arrier for n9.What should i do.

Should i flash it with 009 variant??
 

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#1523
Originally Posted by arct View Post
I had nokia with variant 232 I flashed it with 341 which is of poland.
Now it is asking me for unlock code.But I live in India and here we dont have arrier for n9.What should i do.

Should i flash it with 009 variant??
Unlock code? Are you sure itís network locked?
If itís phone lock, you might try ď12345Ē
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#1524
I dusted off a old n9 that still works and trying to flash in updates. I have winflasher 3.12.1 on windows 7 computer, command window opened as admin. ran the command first and then plug in the N9 that's off and fully charged.

Long story short. the N9 will simply go back to charging mode.

The U.S.B cable works since if i turn the phone on, windows will detect the phone and i can use it as USB device. yet I can never get winflasher to connect to it.

any ideas?
 

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#1525
Drivers?

Or more probable Win7 64bit?
Then google for libusb (also here in forum, wiki...).
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#1526
Hi friends, I purchase Nokia N9, I need your help in finding right firmware for my device
Detail
Product code 059L5T5
Many thanks
 

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#1527
Originally Posted by aquarium View Post
Hi friends, I purchase Nokia N9, I need your help in finding right firmware for my device Product code 059L5T5
Are you going by code on back of SIM tray which is 059L5T5: N9 RM-696 PRC China Unicom CN PRC CU Black_v1? Have you looked here, although don't know whether you need to register to download?
https://www.qzhou.com.cn/detail/5e10...40b1137de69c1e

Please have a read of this thread before considering use of European firmware:https://talk.maemo.org/showpost.php?...83&postcount=6

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#1528
hallo everyone here!

There's 153 pages in this thread, and they had been summarized in http://wiki.maemo.org/Flashing_N9 quite some time ago.

Now things have changed, gone, adapted, this thread is growing and gets stuffed with information, but crawling the 153 pages and counting could hardly be called practical.

who wants to help cleaning up the http://wiki.maemo.org/Flashing_N9 guide?

I am willing to edit, formulate, remove, clean up, but I miss the information myself.

for example: Download Firmware image is just a collection of dead links; NaviFirm is the only reported tool for choosing a firmware, and without Nokia on the other end, it doesn't do a thing...
 

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#1529
Made a start about a week ago with some of the information here with available software @ 1), which has been made a "sticky":
http://talk.maemo.org/showthread.php?t=100215

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Originally Posted by aspergerguy View Post
Made a start about a week ago with some of the information here with available software @ 1), which has been made a "sticky":
http://talk.maemo.org/showthread.php?t=100215
may I suggest preference for putting reference information in the Wiki, and to keep the talk for discussions? talk posts can't be updated but by the author, and talk threads tend to grow (what was that? 153 pages? that's a conversation, not a reference!).

something like:
  • this post of mine, I would not put it in a wiki page. it's my post, it expresses my opinion, it's quite logic that it's only me who can edit it.
  • a reference guide with links that need be maintained, that I would put in the wiki, not here, so that all good willing and good informed people can intervene if the original poster is not around.

(a couple of links in http://talk.maemo.org/showthread.php?t=100215 are already broken.)
 

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