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#21
Originally Posted by maxximuscool View Post
lol told you to read the wiki carefully. I did ask for verification lol
Means I should also flash EMMC??
 
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Originally Posted by ammadtira View Post
Means I should also flash EMMC??

if you want to have a clean device without any software installed and broken codes and if you don't have any important data on the device then go a head it's for the best. And once you done it, one advise is to stay away from Extra-Dev unless you're know what you are doing else it will make your device unstable.
 
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Originally Posted by maxximuscool View Post
if you want to have a clean device without any software installed and broken codes and if you don't have any important data on the device then go a head it's for the best. And once you done it, one advise is to stay away from Extra-Dev unless you're know what you are doing else it will make your device unstable.
lolz...

Cant understand Extra-Dev?? what are they??
 
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#24
Originally Posted by maxximuscool View Post
if you want to have a clean device without any software installed and broken codes and if you don't have any important data on the device then go a head it's for the best. And once you done it, one advise is to stay away from Extra-Dev unless you're know what you are doing else it will make your device unstable.
Now flashing EMMC says "Invalid FIASCO file Header" Some information??
 
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Originally Posted by ammadtira View Post
Now flashing EMMC says "Invalid FIASCO file Header" Some information??
you have to read wiki instruction again and follow step by steps do not skips.
Wait did you flash using the OS or computer?
 
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#26
follow this step using flasher 3.5

In order to flash the eMMC, follow these steps:

* Fully charge the battery (IMPORTANT!!)
* Unplug the USB cable from the device.
* Turn off the device.
* Install Flasher for your OS (Linux, Mac OS X or MS Windows)
* Grab the Vanilla eMMC image (.bin file) from the Nokia repository
* Navigate to the directory where the image file was saved.
* Plug in the USB cable into the computer.
* Execute the following command (in linux you have to be root!):

* Windows

flasher-3.5.exe -F RX-51_2009SE_3.2010.02-8.003_PR_COMBINED_003_ARM.bin -f -R

* Text similar to the following will be displayed on the computer:

flasher v2.5.2 (Oct 21 2009)

Image 'mmc', size 241163 kB
Version RX-51_2009SE_1.2009.41-1.VANILLA
Suitable USB device not found, waiting.

* Plug the USB cable into the N900.
* The dim Nokia screen will be displayed for a few seconds followed by progression dots. Text similar to the following will be displayed on the computer:

USB device found found at bus 001, device address 006.
Found device RX-51, hardware revision 2101
NOLO version 1.4.13
Version of 'sw-release': RX-51_2009SE_1.2009.42-11.002_PR_002
Booting device into flash mode.
Suitable USB device not found, waiting.
USB device found found at bus 001, device address 007.
Raw data transfer EP found at EP2.
[writing 74 % 179200 / 241163 kB 13180 kB/s]
Image(s) flashed successfully in 26.848 s (8982 kB/s)!

* The flash will take around 1 minute after which the device will reboot.
* The bright Nokia screen will come up on the screen with the USB icon on the top right followed by progression dots with yellow LED blinking for a few seconds. The device will then turn off and go into charging mode with the yellow LED blinking (NOTE: If the device appears to reboot, unplug the cable.)
* Unplug cable and wait for device to turn off completely. You may hear a sound (punk) of the device turning off.
* Having flashed the eMMC,

Last edited by maxximuscool; 02-20-2010 at 04:50 AM.
 
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#27
Originally Posted by maxximuscool View Post
you have to read wiki instruction again and follow step by steps do not skips.
Wait did you flash using the OS or computer?
I am using Laptop to flash...
 
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#28
Originally Posted by maxximuscool View Post
follow this step using flasher 3.5

In order to flash the eMMC, follow these steps:

* Fully charge the battery (IMPORTANT!!)
* Unplug the USB cable from the device.
* Turn off the device.
* Install Flasher for your OS (Linux, Mac OS X or MS Windows)
* Grab the Vanilla eMMC image (.bin file) from the Nokia repository
* Navigate to the directory where the image file was saved.
* Plug in the USB cable into the computer.
* Execute the following command (in linux you have to be root!):

* Windows


flasher-3.5.exe -F RX-51_2009SE_3.2010.02-8.003_PR_COMBINED_003_ARM.bin -f -R

* Text similar to the following will be displayed on the computer:

flasher v2.5.2 (Oct 21 2009)

Image 'mmc', size 241163 kB
Version RX-51_2009SE_1.2009.41-1.VANILLA
Suitable USB device not found, waiting.

* Plug the USB cable into the N900.
* The dim Nokia screen will be displayed for a few seconds followed by progression dots. Text similar to the following will be displayed on the computer:

USB device found found at bus 001, device address 006.
Found device RX-51, hardware revision 2101
NOLO version 1.4.13
Version of 'sw-release': RX-51_2009SE_1.2009.42-11.002_PR_002
Booting device into flash mode.
Suitable USB device not found, waiting.
USB device found found at bus 001, device address 007.
Raw data transfer EP found at EP2.
[writing 74 % 179200 / 241163 kB 13180 kB/s]
Image(s) flashed successfully in 26.848 s (8982 kB/s)!

* The flash will take around 1 minute after which the device will reboot.
* The bright Nokia screen will come up on the screen with the USB icon on the top right followed by progression dots with yellow LED blinking for a few seconds. The device will then turn off and go into charging mode with the yellow LED blinking (NOTE: If the device appears to reboot, unplug the cable.)
* Unplug cable and wait for device to turn off completely. You may hear a sound (punk) of the device turning off.
* Having flashed the eMMC,
Dear you have write here the way to flash N900 and not the EMMC

I followed the steps for EMMC from the same link from where you write all these(WIKI). It says invalid FIASCO Header???
 
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Help me plz :-(
 
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#30
Originally Posted by ammadtira View Post
Please tell me how to flash N900.

I have downloaded and installed flasher 3.5 on windows XP.. I have downloaded and copied the latest firmware and copied it to the flasher directory.

I run the mobile on Flasher mode and I can see the USB icon on top right corner with Nokia written in centre of screen

When I give the command as specified in directory, it gives %m.. I dont know whts is that?? Following is the copy of commands and response from command prompt of Win Xp

D:\Program Files\maemo\flasher-3.5>flasher-3.5 -F RX-51_2009SE_3.2010.02-8.003_P
R_COMBINED_003_ARM.bin -f -R
flasher v2.5.2 (Sep 24 2009)

RX-51_2009SE_3.2010.02-8.003_PR_COMBINED_003_ARM.bin: %m

D:\Program Files\maemo\flasher-3.5>flasher-3.5 -F RX-51_2009SE_3.2010.02-8.003_P
R_COMBINED_003_ARM -f -R
flasher v2.5.2 (Sep 24 2009)

RX-51_2009SE_3.2010.02-8.003_PR_COMBINED_003_ARM: %m

D:\Program Files\maemo\flasher-3.5>



i have the same problem when I flash with pr1.1 firmware. i always get the same %m.

Most probably the problem is your computer OS (win XP) can't read the long file name. My windows vista 32 bit is doing the same thing. When i check the firmware's filename in the directory where I stored it, the wasn't there even on the cmd.

Shorten (rename) the filename. Rename the filename RX-51_2009SE_3.2010.02-8.003_PR_COMBINED_003_ARM.bin to OS3.bin

if you can't find the filename download it again and before saving it change the name to OS3.bin OR pretend to download the file to the same dir. where you stored the previous file before you start the download it will show you the files in the directory and you should see the previous downloaded file. You can just right click and rename the file to OS3.bin (or whatever short name you want to).

On cmd type:

D:\Program Files\maemo\flasher-3.5>Flasher-3.5.exe -F OS3.bin -f -R

You should be able to flash now.

next time you update, shorten the name. It's easier rather than typing the long name. You can rename the next update to OS4.bin or whatever you like as long as you shorten the name.
 

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