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#11
Originally Posted by enes View Post
It vibrates and the led is on but then it turns of itself.
When the LED goes off, unplug the charger and plug it back in. The cycle will repeat and each time the battery gets a few drops of power before it switches off. After doing that many times, those drops add up enough for the phone to stay on and start charging properly. I have rescued mine from a deep discharge a few times like that.

Be warned, it may take a whole day of plugging and unplugging. I can only do it at work
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I will try that later, but i think it had to be caused by something else since the problem occured when the original battery was in use.

Meanwhile, i've tried the solution that you proposed in #6 reply, and this is the result:

HTML Code:
D:\Documents\Desktop>c:

C:\>cd "Program Files\Nokia\Flasher"

C:\Program Files\Nokia\Flasher>flasher -i
flasher 3.12.1 (Oct  6 2011) Harmattan
WARNING: This tool is intended for professional use only. Using it may result
in permanently damaging your device or losing the warranty.

Suitable USB interface (bootloader/phonet) not found, waiting...
Found device RM-696, hardware revision 1603
NOLO version 2.3.6
Version of 'sw-release': DFL61_HARMATTAN_40.2012.21-3.341.2_PR_341
Success

C:\Program Files\Nokia\Flasher>flasher -f -F 05E93654_DFL61_HARMATTAN_40.2012.21
-3.341.2_PR_LEGACY_341_ARM_RM-696_PRD_signed.bin --erase-user-data=secure -F nom
aps.bin --erase-mmc=secure
flasher 3.12.1 (Oct  6 2011) Harmattan
WARNING: This tool is intended for professional use only. Using it may result
in permanently damaging your device or losing the warranty.

Suitable USB interface (bootloader/phonet) not found, waiting...
Found device RM-696, hardware revision 1603
NOLO version 2.3.6
Version of 'sw-release': DFL61_HARMATTAN_40.2012.21-3.341.2_PR_341
Sending ape-algo image (7103 kB)...
100% (7103 of 7103 kB, avg. 18354 kB/s)
Suitable USB interface (phonet) not found, waiting...
Ping attempt 1 (250 ms)
Server application: 1.7.2
Found product RM-696 rev. 1603
Server implements softupd protocol version 1.8
Warning: user data may reside on MMC. In that case the MMC is unnecessarily eras
ed twice.
Charging battery, 10 % battery level (11 % required). Ctrl-c to exit
Battery level 11 %, continuing.
Erasing, this may take a while.
Erase done.

Battery level 15 %, continuing.
Erasing, this may take a while.
Erase done.
Image SW version DFL61_HARMATTAN_40.2012.21-3.341.2_PR_341
Image moslo not present
Image tar skipped
Image config skipped

Battery level 20 %, continuing.

    image        [state    progress         transfer     flash speed]
---------------------------------------------------------------------
[x] cert-sw      [finished   100 %       1 /       1 kB      NA     ]
[ ] cmt-2nd      [pending      0 %       0 /       0 kB      NA     ]
[ ] cmt-algo     [pending      0 %       0 /       0 kB      NA     ]
[ ] cmt-mcusw    [pending      0 %       0 /       0 kB      NA     ]
[x] xloader      [finished   100 %      23 /      23 kB      NA     ]
[x] secondary    [finished   100 %      94 /      94 kB      NA     ]
[ ] kernel       [pending      0 %       0 /       0 kB      NA     ]
[ ] rootfs       [pending      0 %       0 /       0 kB      NA     ]
[ ] mmc          [pending      0 %       0 /       0 kB      NA     ]
ERROR: SU_GET_UPDATE_STATUS_REQ terminated with error code 1: Unknown error

    image        [state    progress         transfer     flash speed]
---------------------------------------------------------------------
[x] cert-sw      [finished   100 %       1 /       1 kB      NA     ]
[x] cmt-2nd      [finished   100 %      95 /      95 kB      NA     ]
[x] cmt-algo     [finished   100 %     789 /     789 kB      NA     ]
[x] cmt-mcusw    [finished   100 %    6050 /    6050 kB    3091 kB/s]
[x] xloader      [finished   100 %      23 /      23 kB      NA     ]
[x] secondary    [finished   100 %      94 /      94 kB      NA     ]
[x] kernel       [finished   100 %    2714 /    2714 kB    2594 kB/s]
[f] rootfs       [pending      0 %       0 / 1170273 kB      NA     ]
[-] mmc          [pending      0 %       0 /       0 kB      NA     ]
Fetching error list:
========================================
bb5_rdc_cert_read failed
bb5_rdc_cert_read failed
bb5_rdc_cert_read failed
bb5_rdc_cert_read failed
bb5_rdc_cert_read failed
bb5_rdc_cert_read failed
mmc: sfdisk returned status 1
mmc: Could not exec 'tune2fs -L rootfs /tmp/sudmmc27XRNw/internal0p2'
mmc: Could not remove mount directory /tmp/sudmmc27XRNw/mnt: No such file or dir
ectory
[Pipe   5] Finishing in error state with status 1
========================================

ERROR: Failed to flash images

C:\Program Files\Nokia\Flasher>

Last edited by enes; 2017-10-26 at 15:11. Reason: cmd result shortened HTML
 
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#13
That was helpful to a degree, at some point did you ever try installing Nitdroid?

Could you run this command and see what errors it elicits?
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flasher -F 05E93654_DFL61_HARMATTAN_40.2012.21
-3.341.2_PR_LEGACY_341_ARM_RM-696_PRD_signed.bin -f --no-preserve
Unfortunately it does now point towards HW problem upon flash memory which is not what you wanted to hear as here:http://talk.maemo.org/showpost.php?p...7&postcount=23
 
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HTML Code:
C:\Program Files\Nokia\Flasher>flasher -F 05E93654_DFL61_HARMATTAN_40.2012.21-3.
341.2_PR_LEGACY_341_ARM_RM-696_PRD_signed.bin -f --no-preserve
flasher 3.12.1 (Oct  6 2011) Harmattan
Warning: --no-preserve is not recommended, instead use erase commands
WARNING: This tool is intended for professional use only. Using it may result
in permanently damaging your device or losing the warranty.

Ping attempt 1 (250 ms)
Server application: 1.7.2
Found product RM-696 rev. 1603
Server implements softupd protocol version 1.8
Image SW version DFL61_HARMATTAN_40.2012.21-3.341.2_PR_341
Image moslo not present
Image mmc not present
Image tar skipped
Image config skipped

Battery level 97 %, continuing.

    image        [state    progress         transfer     flash speed]
---------------------------------------------------------------------
[x] cert-sw      [finished   100 %       1 /       1 kB      NA     ]
[ ] cmt-2nd      [pending      0 %       0 /       0 kB      NA     ]
[ ] cmt-algo     [pending      0 %       0 /       0 kB      NA     ]
[ ] cmt-mcusw    [pending      0 %       0 /       0 kB      NA     ]
[x] xloader      [finished   100 %      23 /      23 kB      NA     ]
[x] secondary    [finished   100 %      94 /      94 kB      NA     ]
[ ] kernel       [pending      0 %       0 /       0 kB      NA     ]
[ ] rootfs       [pending      0 %       0 /       0 kB      NA     ]
ERROR: SU_GET_UPDATE_STATUS_REQ terminated with error code 1: Unknown error

    image        [state    progress         transfer     flash speed]
---------------------------------------------------------------------
[x] cert-sw      [finished   100 %       1 /       1 kB      NA     ]
[x] cmt-2nd      [finished   100 %      95 /      95 kB      NA     ]
[x] cmt-algo     [finished   100 %     789 /     789 kB      NA     ]
[x] cmt-mcusw    [finished   100 %    6050 /    6050 kB    3197 kB/s]
[x] xloader      [finished   100 %      23 /      23 kB      NA     ]
[x] secondary    [finished   100 %      94 /      94 kB      NA     ]
[x] kernel       [finished   100 %    2714 /    2714 kB    1927 kB/s]
[f] rootfs       [pending      0 %       0 / 1170273 kB      NA     ]
Fetching error list:
========================================
Update content failed to verify against cert: SW certificate not updated
bb5_rdc_cert_read failed
bb5_rdc_cert_read failed
bb5_rdc_cert_read failed
bb5_rdc_cert_read failed
bb5_rdc_cert_read failed
bb5_rdc_cert_read failed
bb5_rdc_cert_read failed
mmc: sfdisk returned status 1
mmc: Could not exec 'tune2fs -L rootfs /tmp/sudmmcUnnbkk/internal0p2'
mmc: Could not remove mount directory /tmp/sudmmcUnnbkk/mnt: No such file or dir
ectory
[Pipe   4] Finishing in error state with status 1
========================================

ERROR: Failed to flash images

C:\Program Files\Nokia\Flasher>
I've never tried anything like that, thats why i'm so surprised since i haven't mess with the system at all, at least i don't remember doing that. So it is not possible to erase the whole system from n9 and just install a new one?

Addition: Now, when i turn on my n9 it shows the warning about modified software and the led (camera flash) on the back of the case is red.

Last edited by enes; 2017-10-26 at 20:33. Reason: Addition
 
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Sorry to say but this looks like a faulty eMMC (hardware).

Or to give you some hope maybe a faulty download. Did you check the md5sum of downloaded image file?
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I didn't, can you please tell me how to do it?
 
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Originally Posted by enes View Post
I didn't, can you please tell me how to do it?
It would seem from zxcvbnm3230's site (Silma's Lair: https://silma.tk/soft/) that for 341 md5: 6086C4A2847969D223A9C9DB1AFF5168

You would need something like Md5Checker or Little MD-5-Creator for Windows.
 

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Originally Posted by enes View Post
I didn't, can you please tell me how to do it?
linux
md5sum FILENAME

windows
fciv FILENAME (md is default)
you can also.configure the.command md5sum as.a.symmink to fciv with mklink...
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I've checked it and it shows the exact same result as the one that aspergerguy gave me, which is :6086C4A2847969D223A9C9DB1AFF5168.
 
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Then....

Last chances (but not much hope, near zero):
try different USB port (on desktops not a front port), not via a hub
try different cable
try different operating system
try different computer

That sometimes helped in earlier flashing times.
That
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