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Wannabe Geek

#9771 11-Oct-2006 23:20
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I had a Nokia 6630 which under Vodafone firmware as it was bought from Vodafone store. I really want to upgrade new firmware as its Vodafone firmware which not allow me to set mp3 as ringtone. Cheers

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  #48394 12-Oct-2006 08:58
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Mobile Fone Repair :)

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#48406 12-Oct-2006 09:20
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I am not sure Mobile Fone Repair will change firmware on Vodafone handsets. But you should contact mupper or unlocker through PM on this forum and see if they know of something that could help you.



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  #48849 17-Oct-2006 14:19
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Nokia have also released software which will allow you to upgrade your firmware over the air or via the PC. I'm not sure if this will work with vodafone specific firmware as well or not though so I caution you to read the information provided thoroughly before you try.,1522,,00.html?orig=/softwareupdate


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Wannabe Geek

  #48853 17-Oct-2006 14:43

That software from Nokia UK works a treat. I used it on my Nokia E61 and it is much more stable and has not chrashed or run out of memory.

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  #48860 17-Oct-2006 15:06
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The Nokia online upgrade can only be used for Nokia firmware. It can't be used to upgrade any operator branded firmware.


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Wannabe Geek

  #48956 18-Oct-2006 09:50
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Thanks but it can't be used to debranded Vodafone firmware.

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