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Topic # 6303 14-Jan-2006 17:53
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I need a Motorola V3 flashed with some new firmware the handset is not locked but purchased in China and is very slow through the menus and a few other bugs. Can anyone here help?

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  Reply # 26456 14-Jan-2006 21:07
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The latest firmware i think is 42.07 for standard motorola and 42.08 for Vodafone customized. I have the flash files and the tools, unfortunately i'm not at home at the moment. But i think muppet is the man. cheers!

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 26457 14-Jan-2006 21:21
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johnr: I need a Motorola V3 flashed with some new firmware the handset is not locked but purchased in China and is very slow through the menus and a few other bugs. Can anyone here help?

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Sorry I can't help you. But you work for Vodafone, surely you would have some contacts that can help you?



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Reply # 26461 14-Jan-2006 22:01
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freitasm muppet is a good friend of mine and no luck there just about any other make or model

Kiwiboi you sound like you might be able to help can throw a few dollars your way not a issue

Grantis I work for vodafone not motorola in this case and the only contacts I have for motorola is MFR in this case

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  Reply # 26490 15-Jan-2006 11:44
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Its a pretty easy thing to do yourself

http://www.motomodders.net/Default.aspx?tabid=55&forumid=12&postid=16640&view=topic <--- All the instructions are here. All you need is the standard data cable (Usb to Mini USB) and a couple of bits of software and you're on your way :)



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Reply # 26494 15-Jan-2006 14:34
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Thanks Just about to try it now fingers crossed it works



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Reply # 26496 15-Jan-2006 15:25
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Don't think is going to work anyone out there wish to action this

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  Reply # 26500 15-Jan-2006 16:51
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johnr: Don't think is going to work anyone out there wish to action this


What didn't work?



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  Reply # 26574 16-Jan-2006 18:54
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Flashing the handset its not mine but trying to help a good friend

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