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Topic # 6366 19-Jan-2006 11:49
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can ne one help me i got a V802SE from eTOP online then when i realised if made a mistake in buyin it from wot i have read in the forums here dam uhm ok now if ne one is able to point me in the direction of a program and firmware + wot hardware i will need to have to do this would b mass props to u i am prepared to pay some money if someone can come and do it for me but im not made of $$$ so u know yeah uhm can i take it into vodafone and ask them to do it or will they say no we not allowed

OMFG HELP PLZ

cheers for the reply in advance

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Reply # 26736 19-Jan-2006 12:30
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Welcome to Geekzone. Vodafone will not do it for you. Try contacting "muppet" here in the forums, look for his name in our user list.

And, please, use plain English, no SMS abbreviations.







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Reply # 26738 19-Jan-2006 13:00
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ok will do i already pmed kiwiboi but i will pm him now cheers sorry about the SMS aye its just that im so used to it ya know

 
 
 
 


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Reply # 26739 19-Jan-2006 13:03
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Vodafone has nothing to do with flashing handsets its the service agents for Handset makers and they will only do NZ purchased handsets as instructed to them by IE Nokia, SE, Sharp, and so on



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Reply # 26740 19-Jan-2006 13:06
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oh i see thanks for that or i would havelooked a ripe bum walking into a vodafone shop hehe i can say bum cant i


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Reply # 26741 19-Jan-2006 13:12
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But Muppet is the best guy for the job you could not find a nicer person and the best flasher around (sounds dodgy) LOL and he likes summer ale from the beer comany I can't spell but starts with Monteiths I think and I have just sent you his Email address in a PM

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Reply # 26743 19-Jan-2006 14:43
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Noobist: oh i see thanks for that or i would havelooked a ripe [edit] walking into a vodafone shop hehe i can say [edit] cant i

No. You cant.

Please go and read the forum usage guidelines.

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Reply # 26748 19-Jan-2006 15:47
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is bum ok?

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Reply # 26752 19-Jan-2006 16:33
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Hey Noobist. I got your message, unfortunately i'm away from home, (doing other stuff) flashing to NZ firmware is quick and easy if i'm home. But you can contact muppet.

But hey, ETop didn't flashed it to NZ firmware? Have you tried asking them?



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Reply # 26755 19-Jan-2006 17:49
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ya i have asked him to do just pmed him so i will see if he can do it for me and when do yu get back because im not that fussed with a bit of a wait

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Reply # 26758 19-Jan-2006 18:00
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Noobist: is bum ok?

How about dropping the pre-teen colloquial language and saying things like:

Noobist: oh i see thanks for that or i would havelooked a ripe [walter/posterior/south end of a north bound camel, etc etc] walking into a vodafone shop hehe i can say [walter/posterior/south end of a north bound camel, etc etc] cant i

then you would get replies like:
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Reply # 26759 19-Jan-2006 18:02
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shotage brotha props to you and your homies

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