Do you own a PC? Hopefully, initially you used to pay to flash your phone. damn!.. Well the blame shouldn’t be your’s as ignorance gave you a shade. you should know why and when to flash your phone. When you detect that your phone is slowing down its adviceable you restore factory then see the result if your phone comes back to normal then you are good to go but if your phone resists you have no option than flashing your phone, today I’ll show you how to flash a phone with a usb it’s as simple as pam pam pam. This is what some dudes do in my area and charge 500 naira, you too can use your laptop to earn little cash by flashing phones.
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Note: Flashing a phone shouldn’t be done just for fun as it might be useful and dangerous at the same time, because flashing a phone can wake a dead phone, so also flashing a working phone can kill it. You should also note that flashing a contract phone such as phones on T-mobile prepaid phone plans may not sit well with your operator and make you lose any warranty you’re entitled to.
Please also note that this Software can flash your phone through USB but before you can commence it, The below credentials are required.
1) Navifirm – to download the phone’s firmware.
2) Phoenix Service Suite.
3) Nokia PC Suite.
4) A good USB cable
How To Flash Your Nokia Mobile Phone
? Installing Phoenix: This one takes a lot of time especially when your PC is low, so you have to be patient.
? Running Navifirm: Before you can run this Navifirm on your device, you ought to get a working internet connection, because it connects to the internet and loads all available Nokia phones firmwares. It also takes time and requires a steady internet connection so you need some patience here too.
? Before commencing this process, you must ensure that your batter is confidentially charged. Meaning it is fully charged.
? Please you have to select your phone type under Products. This Products is sited on the phone just under the battery. For an instance, N97?s product type is RM-505, RM-133 for N73 and RM-596 for Nokia N8. (You can as well check it by dialling *#0000# in standby.)
? Now you have to wait till it loads Releases. And then from here, you can see all available firmware versions. Select the latest you find there.
? It now loads Variants, select your desired product code from the list. You can also check beneath the battery to find the original product code.
? Now select all the files and download. Select Download with IDMM (Internet Download Manager) if you have it installed it on your PC. If not, select, Download with program and choose the destination folder.
? Go to C:/Program Files/Nokia/Phoenix/Products Create a folder with the name as your phone product type. For example, for Nokia N97, the folder will be named RM-505 The firmware files you downloaded will then be located in C:/Program Files/Nokia/Phoenix/Products/RM-505
? Now run PHOENIX and connect your mobile phone in PC Suite mode. If phoenix detects your phone automatically, skip steps 110-14.
? Proceed by choosing all the files and then download. The choose Download with IDMM (Internet Download Manager) if you have it installed it on your PC. If not, choose, Download with program and choose the destination folder.
? Now just go to C:/Program Files/Nokia/Phoenix/Products Then create a folder with the name as your phone product type. For example, for Nokia N97, the folder will be named RM-505 The firmware files you downloaded will then be located in C:/Program Files/Nokia/Phoenix/Products/RM-505
? Run PHOENIX and connect your mobile phone in PC Suite mode. If phoenix detects your phone automatically, skip steps 110-14.
? While in Phoenix, click File > Manage Connections > New.
? choose the type of cable you are using. If you are using DKE-2, CA-53, Micro USB cable, choose USB.
? Now just clicks on Next. It will find your product and say FOUND. If it doesn’t find any, you can try changing your cable type by clicking back.
? Then click next and then Finish.
? Meanwhile at this junction, your cable type (USB) appears in the connection list. choose it. Click APPLY and then CLOSE.
? Just choose File > Open Product.
? The after some few minutes, a list of RM codes will open. choose your phone’s RM code.
? And then just choose File > Scan Product.
? No your phone’s firmware info will appear at the extreme bottom of the Phoenix Service Software window.
? Choose Flashing > Firmware Update. Now Phoenix will automatically load the firmware files we talked about in step 8. If it doesn’t, make sure you named that directory accordingly and please go over step 8 again.
? Please, If from letter A to S is okay meaning that everything goes well form that number one then please just choose “Refurbish”, and then wait until the “Successful” dialog box appear (DO NOT touch or disconnect the phone or USB cable during the process). Press OK, phone will disconnect and restart.
Now at the end Phoenix will tell you to disconnect your phone as the flashing has finished butome phones may not boot up automatically after the flashing has finished. In those cases, remove the battery and then insert it and manually start the phone. Then you are do…