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Reply # 34099 27-Apr-2006 09:27
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SNicolle as advised before if handset is NZ purchased and under warrenty its FREEE

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Reply # 34111 27-Apr-2006 11:50
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timbosan:

johnr is right. Yesterday I went into a Vodafone store about getting my 9300 upgraded to the latest ROM version.  After finding someone who knew what I was talking about (which is always a challange in those types of store) I was told that if it was a NZ model and under warrenty, it would be free, but as mine was imported it would cost $50 ish just to SENT it to MFR for when to do it.  There was no mention of the MFR charges, and I was told to ring them directly.

This is exactly the same response I received from another Vodafone store about 6 months ago in regards to my imported 6600, so I guess at least their consistant ;-)

Also, from what I understand the process of flashing can take some time, especially with the new phones are they have larger ROMs etc.  When I did my XDA myself about a year ago it took about 40 minutes for the whole process, including backup and restore of data.



About time someone with some brains steped in!!! They have a min fee of $48.90 and thats just for them to have a look at it, they charge for the firmware on top of that.

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Reply # 34112 27-Apr-2006 12:23
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Well then I personally am very happy with my total cost $28.10 Handset Flash



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Reply # 34121 27-Apr-2006 15:13
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Took to MFR and they upgraded me to v5.0609.2.0.1 for free as under warranty.

Thanks everyone for help :)

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Reply # 34184 28-Apr-2006 01:23
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Hello

Can i go to MFR and get my handset flashed for free as its new vfnz bought handset? or do i have to go and see someone in a vodafone store?

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Reply # 34195 28-Apr-2006 08:43
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Hello

Can i go to MFR and get my handset flashed for free as its new vfnz bought handset? or do i have to go and see someone in a vodafone store?

Cheers



Hey, You can go to MFR and have your handset flashed to the latest version providing that you have its warranty papers (reciept)
If you arnt going to have this dont under warranty then i recomend taking it into MFR as the vodafone store might want a kick out of it when it comes back.

THanks

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