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Check the transmitting file or use different software

Posted on Jun 24, 2010

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I dont kno the default 4ne code for my voda4ne 125 handset


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Carefully reading user manuals help in most of cases :)

Just use Read flash option. After reading complete, SagemEG will show you phone code. If not success, there is another option to get code - sent flash.bin to Support@SagDD.com.
Here is log of reset to default , read eeprom n read flash

COM3 [VCP0] selected
Device: ZTE-225
Checking data, wait...
Action: reset
Boot...
Press Power button now !
Checking...
boot answer: 01
Boot Done
Set Baud...
Set Baud Done
Connecting...
flash: 0001:22C4
Connecting Done
Check free space...
flash chip supported
Check free space Done
Check parameters...
Check parameters Done
backup critical area...
Reading [eeprom-sta]...
file saved: backup_eeprom-sta_20080118-132834.B1E.bin
loading data...
wrong database file: z225_eep65535.cfg
error: can't load database[11]
Reading [eeprom-sec]...
file saved: backup_eeprom-sec_20080118-132834.B1E.bin
Reading [eeprom-dyn]...
file saved: backup_eeprom-dyn_20080118-132836.B1E.bin
backup critical area Done
Check memory...
Check memory Done
Write...
error: set erase range
error: set erase range
Write Failed
Finished, Remove/Install battery now !
Time used: 22 sec
COM3 [VCP0] selected
Device: ZTE-225
Checking data, wait...
Action: read eeprom
Boot...
Press Power button now !
Checking...
boot answer: 01
Boot Done
Set Baud...
Set Baud Done
Connecting...
flash: 0001:22C4
Connecting Done
Check free space...
flash chip supported
Check free space Done
Check parameters...
Check parameters Done
backup critical area...
Reading [eeprom-sta]...
file saved: backup_eeprom-sta_20080118-133742.B1E.bin
loading data...
wrong database file: z225_eep65535.cfg
error: can't load database[11]
Reading [eeprom-sec]...
file saved: backup_eeprom-sec_20080118-133742.B1E.bin
Reading [eeprom-dyn]...
file saved: backup_eeprom-dyn_20080118-133744.B1E.bin
backup critical area Done
Check memory...
Reading [eeprom-complete]...
file saved: backup_eeprom-complete_20080118-133750.B1E.bin
Completed
Finished, Remove/Install battery now !
Time used: 21 sec
COM3 [VCP0] selected
Device: ZTE-225
Checking data, wait...
Action: read flash
Boot...
Press Power button now !
Checking...
boot answer: 01
Boot Done
Set Baud...
Set Baud Done
Connecting...
flash: 0001:22C4
Connecting Done
Check free space...
flash chip supported
Check free space Done
Check parameters...
Check parameters Done
backup critical area...
Reading [eeprom-sta]...
file saved: backup_eeprom-sta_20080118-133815.B1E.bin
loading data...
wrong database file: z225_eep65535.cfg
error: can't load database[11]
Reading [eeprom-sec]...
file saved: backup_eeprom-sec_20080118-133816.B1E.bin
Reading [eeprom-dyn]...
file saved: backup_eeprom-dyn_20080118-133818.B1E.bin
backup critical area Done
Check memory...
Reading [flash]...
file saved: backup_flash_20080118-134506.B1X.bin
Completed
Finished, Remove/Install battery now !
Time used: 425 sec



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After shutting down the computer a few times when transfer file from PC to CAXE3702T0, all of a sudden, blue screen and when the Window 7 boot up again, it said the CAXE3702T0 has CRC problem. I tried...


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