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krusty007

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#40901 7-Sep-2009 10:38
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Hi, I got sick of not nowing if the upgrade from sprit would work on the NZ i325 so gave it the bash, the upgrade went sweet and the phone runs well apart from the CDMA network being the wrong needs to be WCDMA  for it to work as a phone, looks good but! so now thats sorted dose anyone no where to get the NZ telecom ROM to put back into it??lolYell

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  #253702 7-Sep-2009 11:15
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Telegistics will have it. They should be able to provide a service to re-flash your phone for you.







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  #253760 7-Sep-2009 14:14
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Yeah cool thanks but was just looking for the rom at the mo, anyone have the no how and tools to get me a copy of there nz telecom SPH i325 rom please!

 
 
 
 


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#255474 13-Sep-2009 22:32
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Well a bit of an update with the phone. i can get the phone going on gsm, eather voda or o2 and all i think i need is the settings that telecom use's for this phone, i have the codes i need from sprint to get to the menu so if theres anyone that can get me the list of network settings i can have another go at the cdma.

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  #255475 13-Sep-2009 22:39
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krusty007: Hi, I got sick of not nowing if the upgrade from sprit would work on the NZ i325 so gave it the bash, the upgrade went sweet and the phone runs well apart from the CDMA network being the wrong needs to be WCDMA  for it to work as a phone, looks good but! so now thats sorted dose anyone no where to get the NZ telecom ROM to put back into it??lolYell


No. The SPH i325 is a CDMA/GSM. It will never operate on WCDMA networks. Check your notes again.





 

 

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  #255485 14-Sep-2009 00:39
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I don't want it to go on wcdma. it's a nz i325 that i flashed with the sprint update rom, so now it has the sprint codes to get to network config menu. If you can help with the telecom network config page for this phone it would be much appreciated.


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