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Sim network unlock pin

I upgrade to new firmware via Samsung kie now it ask for sim network unlock pin

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How do I get the firmware to flash my android phone


Not sure which Phone Brand you using but if you have a Samsung then;

Download and Install Kies on you PC.
Once done, plugin your phone to PC via USB cable.
Kies will detect the phone and advise upgrade if needed.
Just follow instructions to upgrade the phone.

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How do i download samsung galaxy s gt-i9000 firmware


Option 1. OTA(over the air) without cable
Go to Settings > (More) > About device > Software update > update
Before upgrade by OTA,
-Recommend using a proper Wi-Fi network to avoid abnormal carrier data fee.
-Make sure to charge the battery (more than 50% capacity) and to have the enough device memory. (at least 1GB )
-Do not remove the battery during upgrade.
-Do not use the rooted device.
Option 2. Computer with a cable
Install the 'Kies' and run it after connecting your phone. Simply follow the instructions shown in the 'Kies' software upgrade menu.
Go to Kies 4
Option 3. Visiting the shops
Samsung Experience Shops(SES) are supporting the Smart Service* with software upgrade. Ask software upgrade service to Samsung experience Consultant at Samsung Experience Shop; you can enjoy the Samsung device, its accessories and contents freely during the upgrade time.
* Smart Service may not be available in some shops under space condition.

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My samsung gt-i5800 need sim network unlock pin?


If you need sim network unlock pin visit Prounlocking.com Here they will ask your country,network provider,mobile model no.After that they will send your unlock code with simple unlock instructions via e-mail.So you can easily unlock your mobile within a day.

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It's SAMSUNG I5500 ...Samsung I5500 and SAMSUNG I5500m are same...Get the Sim network unlock code from the site
Unlocking4u.com/samsung-i5500/rs6wp9/ and Unlock United Kingdom(UK) O2 network lock.

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I faced the same problem here but not at 1% but at 61%. Just keep retrying. Worked for me.

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Hi Yesterday i upgrading my Samsung wave s8500 firmware. while upgrading internet connection is Disconnect and now my phone only shows one picture on display whenever i tried to USE it... PICTURE i.e One...


Step I: Download the latest version of Samsung Kies from official site of Samsung Kies. The latest version of Kies is: Kies_2.0.0.11044.

OR

You can download it from here: Samsung Kies Download Link

Step II: Open Samsung Kies and connect your Samsung Wave with PC (Wait for driver installation, if you have attached your phone for the first time with your pc)

As soon as Kies will detect your phone it will offer a prompt of new firmware update available, see the screenshot below


Firmware upgrade prompt

Click on UPDATE button

Step III: Now you will face a window of 'Agree to the Terms and Conditions." You can choose the option of save and don't save the information. This option is that, Samsung will store your information of IP and hardware specifications on their servers for 2 years. It is totally dependent on you, which you want to choose.

We would like to recommended you to choose "Allow saving"


Upgrade Terms & Conditions

Hit START UPGRADE button

Step IV: It is strongly recommended not to disconnect your phone from PC until the upgrading process is complete. So take care of it.

Within few minutes (depends upon the speed of your internet connection). Upgrading process will move on and will complete successfully.


Upgrade in Progress

Note: Don't use any options on your phone, while the upgrading process is taking place, your phone will be restarted. DON'T PANIC!

Your phone will come to working state automatically and your Samsung Wave is successfully upgraded to Bada 1.2

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Is thr ny upgradation available for samsung star GT-s5233?


sir to know your firmware press *#1234# and then via samsung pc studio or kies, you can know whether any upgradation is avaiable in your region or not

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