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Topic # 22486 29-May-2008 14:38
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Does anyone have access to this? I am wanting to flash my Touch back to its stock config after "playing with it"

surely someone here works for Telecom and can get hold of it. Please ;-)




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  Reply # 134178 29-May-2008 15:15
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Take it to a Telecom store and tell them it's doing strange stuff. They will probably send it away under warranty and it should get a flash as part of that. I have a copy of the "stock" firmware but I downloaded it from a rapidshare link with a seperate "upgrade tool"  so I would not trust it, might change spc code or user details for EVDO as people have warned in the forums with some of the weird roms..




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  Reply # 134182 29-May-2008 15:28
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Thats the problem - I have flashed it and lost my EVDO.




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  Reply # 134223 29-May-2008 18:25
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Ahh you'll need your EVDO details, I'm pretty sure you can't get it back either!!! This is the primary reason I have not taken the plunge and upgraded it as tempting as GPS would be.

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  Reply # 135939 6-Jun-2008 11:39

LOL @ Playing With It.

Yeah Para is right Telecoms Mobile phone repair company Telegistics will be able to sort you out there.


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  Reply # 135953 6-Jun-2008 12:28
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Re NAM it. When you do that it will generate your A-Key, and your HDR user name and pass word, Based of your ESN number. If you can not Re NAM it becasue your "##" codes have changed with the cooked ROM get telecom to flash it back, then get the MSL code, write down all your settings from the EPST and upgrade.

I got many a Touch and Titan here at work running WM6.1 and Rev A no issues anymore.




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  Reply # 135974 6-Jun-2008 13:32
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Re NAM it. When you do that it will generate your A-Key, and your HDR user name and pass word, Based of your ESN number. If you can not Re NAM it becasue your "##" codes have changed with the cooked ROM get telecom to flash it back, then get the MSL code, write down all your settings from the EPST and upgrade.

I got many a Touch and Titan here at work running WM6.1 and Rev A no issues anymore.



What is NAM and how would one accomplish re NAMing?




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  Reply # 138365 16-Jun-2008 14:06
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Checked with Telegistics re getting a a reflash.

"A reflashing of software costs $55"




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