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Wannabe Geek

Topic # 6140 30-Dec-2005 09:30
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hello was wondering if anyone in nz was using se tools to repair sharp 903?
i have one thats in need of repair any help would be good

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Master Geek

  Reply # 25600 2-Jan-2006 08:20
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What's wrong with your 903? You can use Cruiser, USB Smart and other tools, software wise. I saw a guy selling USB Smart on TradeMe, for $349, geez, ripping off people. It's a US$99 tool.


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Wannabe Geek

  Reply # 25649 3-Jan-2006 12:25
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im using usb smart have flashed a few 903`s with no problem but now having trouble with one im doing now. it works fine for about a day and half then suddenly when someone txt or calls the screen wont light up when you open it yet it has been txtin and calling ok before that i think its the phones problem not he software as now it wont reflash or self format but will still charge as se tools is a more powerful software i was hoping it might straighten this problem out as usb smart dont have repair files


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Master Geek

  Reply # 25708 4-Jan-2006 15:11
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Just double checking, did you do a Master Clear after flashing? Coz it causes some problems after flashing. :)


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Wannabe Geek

Reply # 25728 4-Jan-2006 22:49
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yea rebooted phone after flashing dont think its software problem because it does the same thing if you flash it to chinese,jap or euro so thinkin it must be the phone pitty theres no warranty now it`s been flashed lol guess that ones in the scrap

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