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How to reflash and get the latest firmware?

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i just "inherited" a 9500 from my in-law but i can't receive/dial call even the sinal bar indicates a full signal. i feel that this is a firmware issue due tot he fact that when i insert my sim into a different phone, ** problem. i've been trying to find solution.tips on how to do the reformatting/updating myself but i can't find any help... i am hoping you can give me some advice...

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  • Anonymous May 14, 2008

    Phoneapp reason 45. the phone does not dial. i have tried rebboting the phone as well have tried deleting the ini files and have tried kiiling the app by soft reboot. but nothing works.

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Open the setting, restore factory setting. every phone has a unique software. it cannot be clone with eachother, even its the same product.

or if you have the software cd's try to re-install the necessary items.

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