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Topic # 80268 29-Mar-2011 21:51
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Please read bellow for instructions without having to unbrand your device..

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  Reply # 453764 31-Mar-2011 11:50
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i saw this tweet that said you could 'rip out the ethernet cable 3 seconds after it starts searching for updates' and that the update would start.... i wasnt that bothered by the delay - didnt "need it now" like half the rest of the world if twitter/forums/blogs is anything to go by - but it sounded like a laugh so i gave it a try.... and it worked. maximum LOL

http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1015131

Hi,

yesterday I updated my LG Optimus 7:

Zune sayed, that i was currently using the latest version (7008) of WP7.
I didn't want to install a VPN client and a dialup.
So i did it as described following:

1. Start Zune
2. Turn off Data connection and Wifi on the Phone
3. Connect the Phone with the PC (USB)
4. Start the update search in Zune
5. About 3 seconds later, disconnect your PC from the internet (Turn WLAN off).
6. Zune finds NoDo-Update. Press OK.
7. Connect to the internet again and install the update.

Should work for all devices that can be updated by the VPN / dialup solution.

If it fails at point 5, try other timepoints for disconnecting, or try it again disconnected.




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  Reply # 453766 31-Mar-2011 11:58
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i forgot to mention, mine is a stick htc trophy from vf




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  Reply # 453772 31-Mar-2011 12:08
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Updated my Samsung focus to NoDo last night. Easy job actually.

details on windowsphonehacker.com




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  Reply # 453775 31-Mar-2011 12:13
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hey nice, yup that worked for me as well FTW.




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  Reply # 453801 31-Mar-2011 13:30
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 i wasnt that bothered by the delay - didnt "need it now" like half the rest of the world if twitter/forums/blogs is anything to go by


Yeah I think this whole update thing has been blown waaaay out proportion, most user's couldn't care less if an update was a few months away, the phone pre-nodo was great anyway (my only gripe was marketplace crashing but thats all sorted now).

i saw this tweet that said you could 'rip out the ethernet cable 3 seconds after it starts searching for updates' and that the update would start


I didn't need to do this timing thing, after de-branding from Vodafone Zune offered the update straight away (although I guess unlocked phones can't do this, so would need to use timing trick).

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  Reply # 453805 31-Mar-2011 13:49
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Yes, worked for me as well on a Vodafone branded HTC Trophy. Will try on my LG 7 later.





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  Reply # 453845 31-Mar-2011 15:56
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  Reply # 453873 31-Mar-2011 17:42
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billgates: Updated my Samsung focus to NoDo last night. Easy job actually.

details on windowsphonehacker.com





Where did you get the chevron.cer? That link they send you to only gives me the chevron.exe     

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  Reply # 453874 31-Mar-2011 17:52
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You only need to unplug the computer from the network, no need for any other procedure really...




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  Reply # 453883 31-Mar-2011 18:07
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freitasm: You only need to unplug the computer from the network, no need for any other procedure really...





Doesn't work for me.. 

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  Reply # 453894 31-Mar-2011 18:33
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Probly cos im only at version 7004

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  Reply # 453905 31-Mar-2011 18:56
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Was going to just wait it out, but was sitting here thinking what the hell. So now my Surround is running NoDo. Awesome that it works, annoying that you should have to do it this way, I mean if the update is there and it works, why can't they roll it out.

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  Reply # 453922 31-Mar-2011 19:55
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Ropenuts:
billgates: Updated my Samsung focus to NoDo last night. Easy job actually.

details on windowsphonehacker.com





Where did you get the chevron.cer? That link they send you to only gives me the chevron.exe     



certificate is here. you will need to register on xda-developer forum in order to download the certifcate from below link. if you have a samsung focus, make sure to also run samsung tools after you jailbreak your wp7 so that after you install nodo, it will prevent from re-locking it again since nodo has disabled chevron jailbreak once installed.
  
http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=857127



   




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  Reply # 453923 31-Mar-2011 19:57
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Ropenuts:
freitasm: You only need to unplug the computer from the network, no need for any other procedure really...





Doesn't work for me.. 


does not works on samsung focus from AT&T if that's your device since it carrier branded so you will need to jailbreak first then follow the above instructions in either regs post or my link to install the nodo update, you will see 2 updates. first would be 7008, install that then repeat procedure again and then you will see the march nodo update. 




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  Reply # 453928 31-Mar-2011 20:04
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Actually it will work for any operator that have authorised the upgrade. I have my Vodafone-branded HTC Trophy and my Telecom-branded LG 7 both updated today. I've also seen reports from friends in USA and EU that have managed to get their devices updated.

It's a question of timing, you have to try a few times.





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