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heavenlywild
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  #70910 16-May-2007 20:00
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Peejayw

I actually did not change the product code.  Obviously the Singapore set has been given a firmware update.

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  #70917 16-May-2007 20:56
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Luck you! My phone (PI) has English, Indonesian and Pilipino?? as installed languages so I guess it aint a Singapore model!




 I'm supposed to respect my elders, but it's getting harder and harder for me to find one now.


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peejayw: Luck you! My phone (PI) has English, Indonesian and Pilipino?? as installed languages so I guess it aint a Singapore model!


Same here, I am just about to update the firmware on my phone but our stupid internet is so slow (Slingshot), I might not risk it.




Can't beat the burble of that American V8. Ohh yea!



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  #70922 16-May-2007 21:29
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What is your prduct code? I think mine might be a singapore model but am unsure.... I'd really like to know!

(plum, totally unbranded)

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  #70926 16-May-2007 21:40
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A question to anyone who has updated their N95's firmware, how long does it take? I really want to update my firmware but I have heard of it taking several hours to do it and if it takes several hours to update, their is a very highly likely chance that something would go wrong.

Are all of these worries that I have not really problems?






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  #70944 17-May-2007 06:01
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paradoxsm: heavenly_wild

What is your prduct code? I think mine might be a singapore model but am unsure.... I'd really like to know!

(plum, totally unbranded)


Found these, dont know how relevant they are. What languages does your phone have?

#0534832: Hong Kong
#0536084: Hong Kong
#0534830: Taiwan
#0536083: Taiwan
#0534833: Apac 1
#0536085: Apac 1
#0534834: Philippines
#0534835: Australia
#0534836: New Zeland
#0534837: Indonesia
#0536086: Philippines
#0536087: Australia
#0536088: New Zeland
#0536089: Indonesia
#0548298: India Apac 2
#0548299: India Apac 2
#0535053: Thailand
#0536093: Thailand
#0534839: Vietnam
#0536091: Vietnam




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  #70947 17-May-2007 07:53
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Americancars: A question to anyone who has updated their N95's firmware, how long does it take? I really want to update my firmware but I have heard of it taking several hours to do it and if it takes several hours to update, their is a very highly likely chance that something would go wrong.

Are all of these worries that I have not really problems?




What product code are you going to change it to?

I noticed under "Applications" that there is a Vodafone app on my phone even though it is unbranded, odd. Anyone else got it?

Has anyone tried changing to the NZ product code and then seeing if there is a firmware download available?




 I'm supposed to respect my elders, but it's getting harder and harder for me to find one now.




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  #70948 17-May-2007 07:56
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heavenly_wild: Peejayw

I actually did not change the product code.  Obviously the Singapore set has been given a firmware update.


Could you let me know your product codee and I may try that to do the update with, thanks.




 I'm supposed to respect my elders, but it's getting harder and harder for me to find one now.


Americancars

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  #71046 17-May-2007 18:31
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What product code are you going to change it to?

Has anyone tried changing to the NZ product code and then seeing if there is a firmware download available?


I was planning on using the EURO 1- Sand code.








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  #71062 17-May-2007 20:16
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what product codes does everyone have?

Mine has English and simp and trad Chinese (I wanted Chinese)

I'd list mine but am doing some ripping of the internal "drives" to figure out exactly how the internals of Symbian work so do not really want to turn it off at this stage.


it has C, D  and E
then some hidden stuff including "install on firstboot" SIS files on Z:

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  #71105 18-May-2007 07:06
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paradoxsm: what product codes does everyone have?




Mine is 0548986, doesnt seem to be listed anywhere. Languages are English, Indonesian and Pilipino.




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#71167 18-May-2007 17:14
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Mine is also 0548986, I belive this is from either indonesia or the phillipines, and most in the country currently are these. I have not reflashed the firmware and have Chinese trad and simp. (I'm intending to learn Mandarin) Indonesian and Pilipino would be utterly useless, I'd do a product code change/reflash if I were you! just be careful what country you flash to.

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  #71259 19-May-2007 11:07
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The update took a mere 25 minutes.  It was extremely fast.

My product code?  I have no idea.  It has simplified Chinese, English and Malay languages.

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  #71302 19-May-2007 16:45
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heavenly_wild: The update took a mere 25 minutes. It was extremely fast.



Oh thanks, I think I will risk it now. Thank you so much for clearing it up for me. Merci beaucoup!!




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Americancars

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  #71305 19-May-2007 18:10
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I have just updated my phone's firmware. Wow, the difference is amazing. The camera speed is unbelievable and so is the multimedia menu speed. I am very glad that I updated it. My update took 29 minutes.




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