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    DEAD BB5 supported to revive with JAF by usb witout using Fbus cable

    DEAD BB5 supported to revive with JAF by usb witout using Fbus cable
    Hello,

    some times customers kill BB5 phones by downgrading them. For some phones, it is necessary to have an FBUS cable to revive them, and for some types u only need the DK2 usb cable which is provided with your JAF or in your nokia phone sales pack. Some times when a new phone come out the fbus cable is not available or the reseller does not have it on stock for delivery. Using JAF you do not depend any more from this FBUS cable.

    The new feature requires an different handling, please read the description below and if you have any questions, please use this thread to post.


    Quick instructions for usb dead phone bb5 uniprocesors

    - Connect jaf box and start the software
    - Select BB5 tab, select usb mode
    - Select Manual Flash and USE INI
    - Select your model and ini
    - Press flash
    - When software say Searching for phone...Init usb communication... press power on the phone. Software should start flash procedure.


    Supported Nokia phones until now:

    6270 tested by JAF team
    7370 tested by JAF team,
    3250 tested by JAF team
    6085 tested by user milly2
    6125 tested by user vmin81
    6131 tested by user EAET CLINIC
    6233 tested by JAF team
    6300 tested by JAF team
    6280 tested by JAF team
    5200 tested by JAF team
    5300 tested by JAF team
    5310 tested by user vmin81
    5610 tested by user vmin81
    6290 tested by JAF team
    5700 tested by JAF team
    8600 tested by JAF team
    3110 classic tested JAF team
    6555 tested by user vmin81 , many thanks for supporting us
    6120classic tested by user The SAINT®, many thanks for supporting us !
    6110navigator tested by user vmin81, many thanks for supporting us
    6500classic tested by JAF team
    6500slide tested by JAF team
    5500 tested by user Serlucifer, many thanks for supporting us
    7390 tested by user vmin81, many thanks for supporting us
    7373 tested by user vmin81, many thanks for supporting us
    7900 tested by user vmin81, many thanks for supporting us
    E50 tested by user vmin81, many thanks for supporting us
    E51 tested by user vmin81, many thanks for supporting us
    7500 tested by user ValisiuS, many thanks for supporting us
    N76 tested by user vmin81, many thanks for supporting us
    N81 8gb tested by user vmin81, many thanks for supporting us
    3120c tested by user vmin81, many thanks for supporting us
    3600s tested by user The SAINT®, many thanks for supporting us
    6600 fold tested by user The SAINT®, many thanks for supporting us
    6124 classic tested by user The SAINT®, many thanks for supporting us
    6210 Navigator classic tested by user The SAINT®, many thanks for supporting us
    6600 slide tested by user vmin81, many thanks for supporting us
    7610 supernova tested by user vmin81, many thanks for supporting us
    E71 tested by user The SAINT®, many thanks for supporting us
    7210 supernova tested by user The SAINT®, many thanks for supporting us
    N96 tested by user The SAINT®, many thanks for supporting us
    N85 tested by user The SAINT®, many thnx for supporting us
    N79 tested by user The SAINT®, many thanks for supporting us
    3610 Fold tested by user The SAINT®, many thanks for supporting us
    5800 XpressMusic tested by user The SAINT®, many thanks for supporting us
    E66 tested by user The SAINT®, many thanks for supporting us
    6303 tested by user The SAINT®, many thanks for supporting us
    N86 tested by user The SAINT®, many thanks for supporting us
    N97 tested by user The SAINT®, many thanks for supporting us
    5730 SuperNova tested by user The SAINT®, many thanks for supporting us
    5530 XpressMusic tested by user The SAINT®, many thanks for supporting us

    We will actualize this list every time an user or our team test a new phone which supports flashing DEAD phones through USB. Also many thanks to all who have supported us with testing new phone types


    Odeon Team
    Last edited by The SAINT®; 18th-August-2009 at 11:32 AM. Reason: List update

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    Very very thaaaaaaaaaaank's

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    thank so much sir

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    useful info,,thanks!!!!!!!!!!

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    5220 test me

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    Question flashing with usb cable


    dear techinicians,
    how to flash with usb cable,where we connect the usb cable (in computer usb port? or in jaf?).what is the conditions...please give me a detailed replay ,because i am a new born with usb flashing.please help anybody

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    thanks ....................

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    Thanks its very nice

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    P-key nokia module version 01.02
    Detected JAF INTERFACE version: 01.B1, Driver version: 40000, Library version: 30107
    JAF DCT4/BB5 LOADERS DIR: D:\Program Files\ODEON\JAF\Flash\
    JAF DCT4/BB5 PRODUCT DIR: D:\Program Files\Nokia\Phoenix\Products\
    JAF USB LOADERS DIR: D:\Program Files\ODEON\JAF\FlashUSB\
    JAF DCT3/DCTL LOADERS DIR: D:\Program Files\ODEON\JAF\Flash3\
    USB Cable Driver version: 7.1.8.0
    Changing mode...Done!
    FILES SET FOR FLASHING:
    MCU Flash file: NONE
    PPM Flash file: NONE
    CNT Flash file: NONE
    APE Variant file: NONE
    Phone Type:
    FILES SET FOR FLASHING:
    MCU Flash file: D:\Program Files\Nokia\Phoenix\products\RM-179\RM179_11.0.045_prd.C00
    PPM Flash file: NONE
    CNT Flash file: NONE
    APE Variant file: NONE
    Phone Type:
    FILES SET FOR FLASHING:
    MCU Flash file: D:\Program Files\Nokia\Phoenix\products\RM-179\RM179_11.0.045_prd.C00
    PPM Flash file: D:\Program Files\Nokia\Phoenix\products\RM-179\RM179_11.0.045_prd_0801.V08
    CNT Flash file: NONE
    APE Variant file: NONE
    Languages in ppm: English,Arabic,French,German,Spanish,Russian
    Phone Type:
    FILES SET FOR FLASHING:
    MCU Flash file: D:\Program Files\Nokia\Phoenix\products\RM-179\RM179_11.0.045_prd.C00
    PPM Flash file: D:\Program Files\Nokia\Phoenix\products\RM-179\RM179_11.0.045_prd_0801.V08
    CNT Flash file: D:\Program Files\Nokia\Phoenix\products\RM-179\RM179_11.0.045_002_erase_uda.fpsx
    APE Variant file: NONE
    Languages in ppm: English,Arabic,French,German,Spanish,Russian
    Phone Type:
    FILES SET FOR FLASHING:
    MCU Flash file: D:\Program Files\Nokia\Phoenix\products\RM-179\RM179_11.0.045_prd.C00
    PPM Flash file: D:\Program Files\Nokia\Phoenix\products\RM-179\RM179_11.0.045_prd_0801.V08
    CNT Flash file: D:\Program Files\Nokia\Phoenix\products\RM-179\RM179_11.0.045_002_erase_uda.fpsx
    APE Variant file: D:\Program Files\Nokia\Phoenix\products\RM-179\RM179_erase_E.fpsx
    Languages in ppm: English,Arabic,French,German,Spanish,Russian
    Detected P-KEY: 9000C56E
    P-key nokia module version 01.02
    Init usb communication...
    PRESS POWER ON NOW!
    Searching for phone...Found
    Sending RAW loader...
    Using 006.044.048
    Elf2flash 07.19.000
    CMT RAW loader...
    Patching RAW boot step1...
    Patching RAW boot step2...
    Patching RAW boot step3...
    Sending RAW Loader...
    ....................Loader Sent!
    Stage 2 starting..................Phone prepared OK!
    Waiting for the phone to boot...
    Searching for phone...
    Phone rebooted but not in flash mode...

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    Quote Originally Posted by BENEESH1001 View Post

    dear techinicians,
    how to flash with usb cable,where we connect the usb cable (in computer usb port? or in jaf?).what is the conditions...please give me a detailed replay ,because i am a new born with usb flashing.please help anybody
    connect usb cable from phone to pc usb port. if neccesary ticked "dead phone". and then use quick instruction at first post.
    don't forget to use full battery.

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    i have a pro. sir when i press power key my p.c ask for driver for data cable i also click on dead usb but same pro. plz tell how can i do it

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    Quote Originally Posted by gracy_elec View Post
    DEAD BB5 supported to revive with JAF by usb witout using Fbus cable
    Hello,

    some times customers kill BB5 phones by downgrading them. For some phones, it is necessary to have an FBUS cable to revive them, and for some types u only need the DK2 usb cable which is provided with your JAF or in your nokia phone sales pack. Some times when a new phone come out the fbus cable is not available or the reseller does not have it on stock for delivery. Using JAF you do not depend any more from this FBUS cable.

    The new feature requires an different handling, please read the description below and if you have any questions, please use this thread to post.


    Quick instructions for usb dead phone bb5 uniprocesors

    - Connect jaf box and start the software
    - Select BB5 tab, select usb mode
    - Select Manual Flash and USE INI
    - Select your model and ini
    - Press flash
    - When software say Searching for phone...Init usb communication... press power on the phone. Software should start flash procedure.


    Supported Nokia phones until now:

    6270 tested by JAF team
    7370 tested by JAF team,
    3250 tested by JAF team
    6085 tested by user milly2
    6125 tested by user vmin81
    6131 tested by user EAET CLINIC
    6233 tested by JAF team
    6300 tested by JAF team
    6280 tested by JAF team
    5200 tested by JAF team
    5300 tested by JAF team
    5310 tested by user vmin81
    5610 tested by user vmin81
    6290 tested by JAF team
    5700 tested by JAF team
    8600 tested by JAF team
    3110 classic tested JAF team
    6555 tested by user vmin81 , many thanks for supporting us
    6120classic tested by user The SAINT , many thanks for supporting us !
    6110navigator tested by user vmin81, many thanks for supporting us
    6500classic tested by JAF team
    6500slide tested by JAF team
    5500 tested by user Serlucifer, many thanks for supporting us
    7390 tested by user vmin81, many thanks for supporting us
    7373 tested by user vmin81, many thanks for supporting us
    7900 tested by user vmin81, many thanks for supporting us
    E50 tested by user vmin81, many thanks for supporting us
    E51 tested by user vmin81, many thanks for supporting us
    7500 tested by user ValisiuS, many thanks for supporting us
    N76 tested by user vmin81, many thanks for supporting us
    N81 8gb tested by user vmin81, many thanks for supporting us
    3120c tested by user vmin81, many thanks for supporting us
    3600s tested by user The SAINT , many thanks for supporting us
    6600 fold tested by user The SAINT , many thanks for supporting us
    6124 classic tested by user The SAINT , many thanks for supporting us
    6210 Navigator classic tested by user The SAINT , many thanks for supporting us
    6600 slide tested by user vmin81, many thanks for supporting us
    7610 supernova tested by user vmin81, many thanks for supporting us
    E71 tested by user The SAINT , many thanks for supporting us
    7210 supernova tested by user The SAINT , many thanks for supporting us
    N96 tested by user The SAINT , many thanks for supporting us
    N85 tested by user The SAINT, many thnx for supporting us
    N79 tested by user The SAINT , many thanks for supporting us
    3610 Fold tested by user The SAINT , many thanks for supporting us
    E66 tested by user The SAINT , many thanks for supporting us


    We will actualize this list every time an user or our team test a new phone wich support DEAD phones support by USB. Also many thanks to all support us with testing new phone types


    Odeon Team
    But were shal we find the drivers for the usb rom ?

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    Which cable we use for dead usb flash Dku2 or dku5 please tell me ... Thanks

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    Use the USB cable that comes with the phone...

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    sorry boss but this idea is so old. plz need solution some one new like 5130.hw can i flash with dead usb.and plz add bb5 rom drivers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jenny View Post
    Which cable we use for dead usb flash Dku2 or dku5 please tell me ... Thanks
    Dku2 u can use its so easy man .

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    Quote Originally Posted by imran78669 View Post
    sorry boss but this idea is so old. plz need solution some one new like 5130.hw can i flash with dead usb.and plz add bb5 rom drivers.
    For ur info, 5130 is supported on DEAD USB without any problems. I will post the log n add it to the list once I have a pcs again.

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