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I was updating my firmware software .. and i lost connection now my phone doesnt start .. what do i do ? i tried connecting to computer via cable but my phone doesnt appear but it makes that sound tho when i connect 
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Dear frn, same problem happen last week to me. this the problem of software so better to go the near by care center to install the os for the phone.

Posted on May 09, 2009

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Software update


The nokia E63 doesnt have fota which is firmware over the air.
You will have to use Nokia care or software updater program on the pc/mac. This involves running the program and connecting ur phone via the cable provided in the packaging.

Oct 20, 2013 | Nokia E63 Cell Phone

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<span>Updating Nokia Mobile Phone Firmware Here I'll tell you the things you need to do in order to update the embedded firmware in your Nokia cell phone.<br />Things to do before a firmware update:<br /> <ol> <li>Install <a href="http://europe.nokia.com/A4144903">Nokia PC Suite</a>, and back up all the stuff from your phone to your computer. <li>Charge your phone battery to its full level. <li>Beware that any hindrance (like power off, etc.) during the update process can damage your phone.</li></ol>Let's get started.<br /> <ol> <li>In your Nokia mobile phone, type in <b>*#0000# </b><br />Your Nokia mobile will now display the firmware version it's running <li>Carefully open the back case of your mobile, and also take away the battery. <li>Note the product number down <li>Go <a href="http://europe.nokia.com/A4577224">here</a> and type the product number. You'll now know if a new version of firmware for your Nokia mobile phone is available <li>Download the Nokia Software Updater. Click <a href="http://europe.nokia.com/A4176089">here</a> to download it <li>Install the Nokia Software Updater (I think it's recommended to run it if you have more than 256 MB of RAM on your computer) <li>Connect your Nokia mobile phone via the USB port, and also make sure your computer is connected to the internet <li>Run the Nokia Software Updater by clicking on the icon on your desktop <li>The Nokia Software Updater connects to the internet, checks for updates, and then detects your phone to start installing firmware updates for your Nokia phone <li>You might see some fuzzy things going on in your Nokia phone, and that's perfectly normal to happen during a firmware update <li>When all's done, the updater gives a confirmation message and then the phone restarts <li>You can now disconnect the phone from the computer</li></ol>That's how you upgrade your Nokia mobile phone's firmware. Let me know in the comments if you have any question</span>

on May 08, 2011 | Cell Phones

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Nokia N900 Firmware Update


Nokia N900 Smartphone Firmware Update v3.2010.02-8 (PR 1.1.1)

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If your Nokia N900 smartphone is freezing, hanging or acting up I recommend you update the system software / firmware of your device. Erratic behavior can often be corrected by a firmware upgrade.

Here are the instructions for updating your N900 smartphone:

Over the Air (OTA) Update
  1. From the phone's home screen key in *#0000# or go to Device manager
  2. Select Options then Check for updates
  3. Follow the prompts on the screen to complete the update

Update via a Windows PC
  1. Download and install the Nokia Software Updater
  2. Connect your N900 to your PC with the supplied USB Cable
  3. Open the Nokia Software Updater application
  4. Follow the on-screen prompts to update your device

Update via a Mac
  1. Download the 770Flasher tool
  2. Download the latest available N900 firmware image
  3. Turn the N900 off
  4. Connect the N900 to your computer via USB cable (with the device turned off)
  5. Run the 770Flasher application
  6. Drag the firmware you downloaded in step 2 to the 770Flasher application (you will get an error regarding a USB device not being found, ignore it)
  7. Turn the phone on
  8. The update process will now begin automatically once the N900 boots
  9. You are safe to disconnect your phone from the computer when you see the normal desktop reappear on the N900 display

Update via a Linux PC
  1. Download and extract the Linux Flasher tool
  2. Download the latest available N900 firmware image
  3. Turn the N900 off
  4. Connect the phone to your computer via USB cable (with the device turned off)
  5. Open a Terminal window and run 'sudo ./flasher-3.5 -F -f -R' (you will get an error regarding a USB device not being found, ignore it)
  6. Turn the phone on
  7. The update process will now begin automatically once the N900 boots
  8. You are safe to disconnect your phone from the computer when you see the normal desktop reappear on the N900 display
I hope that helps.

on Apr 02, 2010 | Nokia N900 Smartphone

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I want to flash my nokia 3110c. hw can i do it in internet


Its not possible to do via internet - You need to have a UFS based flashing box and the relevant software to do the flashing,

Mar 11, 2011 | Nokia 3110 Cellular Phone

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I wann update my nokia n 72 software


  1. Go to the Nokia website and download the Phone Software Updatemag-glass_10x10.gif utility. You should also consider reading the FAQ which will help you if you run into problems.

  2. Install the software.

  3. Optionally, follow the phone backup procedure below.

  4. Start the software. The initialization can take a few moments. Once the software has been initialized you should see this screen:

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  5. Click Start. Plug inmag-glass_10x10.gif the USB cable to connect the phone to the PC (and choose 'PC Suite', if there's a choice of modes, as will be the case if you're using a S60 3rd Edition device). You should also plug in the power cable to the phone. Updating the firmware can use a lot of power and by plugging in the power cable you ensure that the power does not fail during the update process. If it does your phone may become unusable.

  6. Click Next. The software will try and connect to your phone and identify it. Once it has done this it will search for updates through your PC's Internet connection.

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  7. If no updates are available then the program will inform you. If updates are available then you will see this screen. Tick the acknowledge box and then click Update to start the update process.

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  8. The software will then download the update from Nokia's servers, before writing the update to the phone. You will see this happen in two stages. The most important stage at which the update should not be interrupted is when writing the update to the phone.


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  9. Once this stage has been successfully completed you will be informed that you have successfully updated your phone.

  10. Optionally, restore your backup as discussed in the Phone Backup Procedure below.
Notes:
  • In some cases (including one of our trials) the software may report it has failed to update the software. If this occurs at the end of the process then this may not actually be the case. Reboot the phone (you may need to take the battery out) and check the firmware version. Hopefully all will be well.

  • An Internet connection is required to download the firmware update. These firmware updates can be up to 40MB in size (but are usually around half this), which is why broadband is recommended.

  • The Phone Software Update is still being tested. If it does not work first time - try again.

  • If you receive messages about being unable to recognize the phone, being unable to connect the phone, or that the connection is already in use then you should restart your computer and your phone and try again.

Phone Backup ProcedureUpdating the firmware will overwrite any information stored on the internal flash disk (C:). If you wish to preserve this information then you should back it up before updating the firmware. Information stored on the internal disk typically includes data files such as your Contact and Calendar databases, plus application configuration files (including registration codes).
You can use PC Suite to do a full backup or you can use the backup to memory card functionality included on the phone.
Using the phone:
  1. Open the Memory application (usually found in the Tools folder).
  2. Choose Backup phone memory. This will backup the contents of the internal memory to the memory card. This process can take several minutes.
To restore your backup:
  1. Open the Memory application.
  2. Choose Options -> Restore from card. Your backup will be restored. This process can take several minutes. At the end of the procedure the phone will restart.

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Firmware OTA - the future?Phones using S60 3rd Edition Feature Pack 1 will ship with FOTA functionality from day one. This stands for Firmware Over The Air and will use the data connection of your phone to download software updates. This allows you to carry out the process outlined above directly from your phone. Updates are started from the Device Manager application. An example of this can be seen in the screenshots below.

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Nov 03, 2010 | Nokia N72 Cellular Phone

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I tried to flash my nokia 5310-c using noking software update via nokina pc suite and successfully installed the latest version for the mobile phone. But my phone doesn't start now. It momentarily shows a...


Actually what you did was a Firmware update, not Flashing. Flashing is possible only with specific Hardware and software like Jaf box, Ufs Box, etc.. If you flashing using Jaf or Ufs, you don't need to put the battery, the cable that comes with the Jaf or Ufs has batter connector itself which when connected to the phone will power one in different mode (Not nokia mode as you update your firmware using Nokia Pc suite). Once you've updated the firmware, there's no way to revert it back to the previous state.

Now your problem might be fatal and the only solution is to completely flash it using Jaf or Ufs. In this situation, you better visit a mobile repairing shop or a Service center and get it repaired. The software and hardware cost more than the price of your Handset, so doing yourself is not recommended.

Good luck.

Thanks for using FixYa.

Jul 29, 2010 | Nokia 5310 Cellular Phone

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I want to update it software version via USB cable


Nokia 6300 firmware update
Subject: how to update firmware for Nokia 6300 to the latest official version

1. You need download and install NSU - Nokia Software Updater (http://europe.nokia.com/support/download-software/device-software-update/download#) and run it to ensure that all is ok! (don't forget to switch on and connect Nokia 6300 via USB with PC)
2. You need to download and install NSS (Nemesis Service Suite) (http://www.b-phreaks.co.uk/index.php?main_page=page_2), the latest version of NSS was 1.0.38.15 (select "Virtual USB Device" mode)
3. Close NSU if it's not closed and load NSS then click icon "Scan for new device"
4. Click icon "Phone Info" and button "Scan" inside it
5. If all is ok you'll see some lines with Phone Version, Phone IMEI and so on
6. Click button "Read" and remember your "Product Code"
7. If your want to clean your phone go to tab "Tools" and switch to subtab "Factory Setting", choose option "Full Factory" then press button "Reset" (NOTE!!! all personal data and settings will be cleared!)
8. Return to tab "Phone info" and type in the field "Product Code" the following code 0537621 (or any code from (http://www.expansys-usa.com/ft.aspx?k=96957)) for version 7.21, or code 0557624 (or any code from (http://www.a2phone.com/6300-rm-217-dp20-900-sw-0730exe)) for version 7.30, select option "Enable" then press button "Write"
9. Close NSS, run NSU
10. Now NSU should update firmware to version 7.21/7.30 (or any latter build) (http://europe.nokia.com/support/download-software/device-software-update/can-i-update)
11. Repeat stages 3 - 5
12. Type in the field "Product Code" the code that you remembered before, select option "Enable" then press button "Write"
13. Close NSS
14. Use you clean phone with new firmware!

Mar 17, 2010 | Nokia 6300 Cellular Phone

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Nokia 1650 Firmware Update


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Things to do before a firmware update:
  1. Install Nokia PC Suite, and back up all the stuff from your phone to your computer.
  2. Charge your phone battery to its full level.
  3. Beware that any hindrance (like power off, etc.) during the update process can damage your phone.
Let’s get started.
  1. In your Nokia mobile phone, type in *#0000#
    Your Nokia mobile will now display the firmware version it’s running
  2. Carefully open the back case of your mobile, and also take away the battery.
  3. Note the product number down
  4. Go here and type the product number. You’ll now know if a new version of firmware for your Nokia mobile phone is available
  5. Download the Nokia Software Updater. Click here to download it
  6. Install the Nokia Software Updater (I think it’s recommended to run it if you have more than 256 MB of RAM on your computer)
  7. Connect your Nokia mobile phone via the USB port, and also make sure your computer is connected to the internet
  8. Run the Nokia Software Updater by clicking on the icon on your desktop
  9. The Nokia Software Updater connects to the internet, checks for updates, and then detects your phone to start installing firmware updates for your Nokia phone
  10. You might see some fuzzy things going on in your Nokia phone, and that’s perfectly normal to happen during a firmware update
  11. When all’s done, the updater gives a confirmation message and then the phone restarts
  12. You can now disconnect the phone from the computer
That’s how you upgrade your Nokia mobile phone’s firmware. Let me know in the comments if you have any question.

Oct 21, 2009 | Nokia 1650 Cell Phone

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I want to install the lattest 6233 softwares


INSTALL PC SUITE. NOW CONNECT UR PHONE VIA DATA CABLE. NOW CLICK ON SOFTWARE UPDATE . AND UPDATE UR PHONES SOFTWARE . ND MAKE A BACKUP OF UR PHONE BEFORE UPDATING UR FIRMWARE

Aug 15, 2009 | Cell Phones

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during software update N73, the phone does not switch on. what can i do

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