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Thursday, February 16, 2012

me.social : Geo-location social network

Hi,


Introducing to you all, a new exciting geo-location social networking application targeted for all Web2.0 users. Stay connected with your friends all the time wherever you go !

Stay tuned for more info !


Monday, February 13, 2012

Flashing your Nokia 3110c handset

Hi,

I am writing this blogspost to share the procedure to flash your Nokia 3110c mobile handset. Last week I was synchronizing my contacts with Gmail using Nokia suite. It asked me to upgrade my firmware, I clicked ok and suddenly after upgrade my Nokia 3110c started showing abnormal behaviour. When I switched on a white screen flashed 3 times and phone gets switched off. This is due to the fact the upgrade wasn't successful and your nokia 3110c files are corrupted.

I followed few steps and got my phone back just free of cost. If you go to Nokia store they might take huge amount for this.. So here are the steps:
1. Download Nokia Pheonix setup.
2. Download RM-237 files from http://www.mediafire.com/?gdjv2ej1m9328so. Nokia 3110c product type is RM-237 hence downloading firmware files.
3. extract these files and create a folder with name "RM-237" under "C:\Program Files\Nokia\Phoenix\Products\" and paste extracted files in RM-237 directory.
4. Start pheonix. Make sure "NO CONNECTIONS" is selected in connections dropdown.
5. Goto "File> Open Product". Select RM-237 from product type.
6. Goto "Flashing>Firmware Update". Select RM-237 from Product type in dialog that opens on hitting browse button next to product code.
7.Click "Dead phone USB flashing" and connect your phone to your PC with USB cable.
8. Click "Refurbish" and wait for pheonix to flash your phone. Please be patient since it takes 10-15 mins.- don't interrupt in this step.

You will see such logs in output section:

Flashing started
Creating product data items list
Product data items list created
Backup not required
Flashing phone
Initializing
Scanning image files...
Waiting for USB device...
Loading secondary boot code: 14528 bytes
Secondary boot loaded
Loading update server code: 253888 bytes
Update server loaded
Asic CMT: Verifying communication to device...
Asic CMT: Verifying communication to device...
Scanning image files...
Creating 128k file from rm237__07.30.image_c_tr...
Asic CMT: Start programming 22403 KB...
Asic CMT: Erasing rm237__07.30.mcusw
Asic CMT: Erasing area 1...
Asic CMT: Erasing area 2...
Asic CMT: Erasing area 3...
Asic CMT: Erasing area 4...
Asic CMT: Erasing area 5...
Asic CMT: Erasing area 6...
Asic CMT: Erasing area 7...
Asic CMT: Erasing area 8...
Asic CMT: Erasing area 9...
Asic CMT: Erasing rm237__07.30.ppm_c
Asic CMT: Erasing area 1...
Asic CMT: Erasing rm237__07.30.image_c_tr_128
Asic CMT: Erasing area 1...
Asic CMT: Programming rm237__07.30.mcusw
Asic CMT: Programming  0%
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Asic CMT: Verifying communication to device...
Phone flashing completed. Waiting for phone to boot up
Bootup successful
Verifying communication to product (before flash finalizing) 
Communication verified
Product code changed
Doing factorysets
Factorysets complete
Loading default data to phone
Loading default data to phone
Getting Data Package
Reading product state
Starting backup/restore sub-procedure: data item pre-delay
data item pre-delay
data item pre-delay
Sub-procedure completed: Succeeded., result code: 0
Starting to backup/restore data item: Certificates, version: 1.0
Data Item backup/restore completed: Succeeded., result code: 0
Starting backup/restore sub-procedure: data item post-delay
data item post-delay
data item post-delay
Sub-procedure completed: Succeeded., result code: 0
Starting backup/restore sub-procedure: data item pre-delay
data item pre-delay
data item pre-delay
Sub-procedure completed: Succeeded., result code: 0
Starting to backup/restore data item: EmergencyNumbers, version: 1.0
Data Item backup/restore completed: Succeeded., result code: 0
Starting backup/restore sub-procedure: data item post-delay
data item post-delay
data item post-delay
Sub-procedure completed: Succeeded., result code: 0
Starting backup/restore sub-procedure: data item pre-delay
data item pre-delay
data item pre-delay
Sub-procedure completed: Succeeded., result code: 0
Starting to backup/restore data item: ISSVariantActivator, version: 1.0
Data Item backup/restore completed: Succeeded., result code: 0
Starting backup/restore sub-procedure: data item post-delay
data item post-delay
data item post-delay
Sub-procedure completed: Succeeded., result code: 0
Starting backup/restore sub-procedure: data item pre-delay
data item pre-delay
data item pre-delay
Sub-procedure completed: Succeeded., result code: 0
Starting to backup/restore data item: ProductProfile, version: 1.0
Data Item backup/restore completed: Succeeded., result code: 0
Starting backup/restore sub-procedure: data item post-delay
data item post-delay
data item post-delay
Sub-procedure completed: Succeeded., result code: 0
Backup/restore result: 0 out of 4 items were not backed up
Default data loading complete
Stopping all operations, returning phone to default mode
All operations completed
Firmware updating succeeded.


Once its done it will show "Flashing successful" dialog and starts your Nokia 3110c handset automatically.
You are now ready to use your Nokia 3110c as new :D

I hope you found this blogpost helpful !