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Topic # 23313 25-Jun-2008 11:45
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I have a samsung e-250. Does anyone know a service centre (Auckland) that will reflash my mobile with original samsung firmware? I want to get rid of vodafones branding.

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  Reply # 143122 4-Jul-2008 23:28
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Hey i have Nokia 6085's i want to do that to as well, i use them for Telecom roam phones with the Telecom SIM, they go great but the Vodafone Live badge and config is a pain.





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  Reply # 143154 5-Jul-2008 09:30
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There's a guy on GZ, username unlocker, that's very good with phone/firmware.

Give him a PM, he might be able to help you out.




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  Reply # 143178 5-Jul-2008 12:44
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@gingeralenz

You can easily debrand the Samsung E250 yourself: http://translate.google.com/translate?u=http%3A%2F%2Fgsmfree.exa-tech.de%2FSamsung%2FSamsung_unlock_softwareupdate_e250.htm&hl=en&ie=UTF8&sl=de&tl=en
Just skip the SIMlock removal chapter if not necessary.




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  Reply # 143223 5-Jul-2008 14:23
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Nokia phones are also very easy to debrand yourself, instruction are only a google search string away...




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  Reply # 143796 7-Jul-2008 14:20
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yeah but its the free part that i am looking for, 17 pounds seems pretty expensive to re flash a phone but then again i havent needed to do this before.





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