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Topic # 85433 19-Jun-2011 12:54
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After trying to update my Samsung F480T with a Firmware update i ended up with a blank screen and sound only.
i used multi-loader v5.33 and ran through some firmware files with no luck like i said i only have sound no screen.

Please could someone advise me on the correct idiot-proof way flashing my phone!
I also realise that the phone may be "flatlined"

Cheers in advance.

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Ultimate Geek
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  Reply # 482811 19-Jun-2011 15:07
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  Reply # 482854 19-Jun-2011 17:54
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You might have flashed your phone with an incompatible firmware (F480). Try to get an F480T firmware. Good luck!


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  Reply # 483390 20-Jun-2011 20:42
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Sorted i found a solution in Telstra Firmware Not easy fix ....

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