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Master Geek

Topic # 5747 23-Nov-2005 15:45
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Whos doing V800 firmware flashes now? the guy on trademe that was doing it seem to get banned.

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Reply # 23735 23-Nov-2005 16:52
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  Reply # 23736 23-Nov-2005 16:55
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Isn't he away?


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  Reply # 23788 24-Nov-2005 13:50
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Good news to Kiwis. The tool/equipment that we're using has just uploaded a Voda NZ customization pack for SE V800 to their support. Muppet, me and other users of that great equipment is very happy with it.

Go the AB's!

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  Reply # 23790 24-Nov-2005 14:25
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Thats great but I still need to know how I can get it done.

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  Reply # 24032 29-Nov-2005 15:30
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Take your phone to someone (myself, Kiwiboi, other "phone flashing" people) and get it done.

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