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Cash
31-05-2006, 05:40 PM
Firmware and instructions can be found here http://nokia.dogtoe.com/ if this is not available then read below


If anybody else has other versions and uploads them to rapidshare pm me the link and I will add it here

Firmware and all software and drivers needed to upgrade to :-

V3.0617.0.6
03.05.2006
RM-92
Nokia N80 (01), (02) and (08)

V01 firmware

(V01)...http://rapidshare.de/files/21863007/Firmware.rar

V02 (also need miro_3.0617.0.6_prd_western_C00_cc.fpsx from V01 download above)

V02...http://rapidshare.de/files/21762257/miro_rofx_3.0617.0.6.V02.html

V08 (also need miro_3.0617.0.6_prd_western_C00_cc.fpsx from V01 download above)

(V08)...http://rapidshare.de/files/21761843/miro_rofx_3.0617.0.6.V08.html


Phoenix 2004 + Crack + Diego + Con cable drivers

http://rapidshare.de/files/21865605/phoenix_service_sw_2004_39_7_70_diego_con_cable_dr ivers.rar


Phoenix_service_sw_2006_12_5_136.exe

http://rapidshare.de/files/21868629/phoenix_service_sw_2006_12_5_136.rar

Nokia BB5 Firmware Flashing Guide

* Note: Before proceeding, please uninstall all Nokia-related software, including: Nokia PC Suite, Nokia Connectivity Cable drivers, and old versions of Phoenix and Diego.

1.
Download and Install Diego
* Download: 55667793_Diego_3_06.msi

* Installing Diego
1. Launch the Diego installer, follow the on-screen instructions. (Basically just hit next until the installer is finished.)

2.
Download and install Phoenix 2004 + Crack
* Download: phoenix_service_sw_2004_39_7_70.exe
* Download: phoenix_service_sw_2004_39_7_70_crack.exe

* Installing Phoenix 2004
1. Open the crack, do not click Install just yet.
2. Launch the Phoenix 2004 installer and hit next to proceed. Follow the on-screen instructions.
3. When prompted for a Nokia dongle, hit retry, then immediately hit install on the crack, overwrite DLL files.
4. Reboot machine when prompted.

3.
Download and install the Cable driver
* Download: Nokia_Conn_Cable_Driver_159_ita.msi

* Installing the Cable driver
o Don't worry about the installer being in a different language
1. Just hit next (Avanti) until the cable driver is installed.

4.
Upgrading Phoenix 2004 to Phoenix 2006
* Download: phoenix_service_sw_2006_12_5_136.exe

* Upgrading to Phoenix 2006 (required for flashing modern phones, like the N80)
1. Open the Phoenix by launcing from the icon on the desktop.
2. Minimize Phoenix (leave it running for the next couple of steps)
3. Launch the Phoenix 2006 installer and follow the on-screen instructions.
4. When prompted, select "I will restart later."
5. Close the Phoenix you left running (should still be minimized).
6. Relaunch Phoenix by double-clicking the icon on your desktop.
7. Under the Help menu, choose About to ensure the version is 2006.

5.
Flashing the Nokia Phone
* Download a firmware of your choice.

1. Remove the SIM card, and memory card from your phone.
2. Turn on the phone (it will start in offline mode because there is no SIM card inside).
3. Plug in the USB cable to both the phone and the computer.
4. When prompted, select "PC Suite" from the menu list on the phone.
5. Wait for *all* drivers to fully install themselves before proceeding. You will see the driver icon disappear when it is complete.
6. In Phoenix, choose File, then Manage Connections.
7. Check USB, and then click Next. (See screenshot.)
8. It will then search your USB ports for the phone. When it finds it, hit Finish.
9. Once it has finished scanning, click apply, then click close.
10. Next, select "Scan Product" from the File menu.
11. If you did it right, you will see information populate itself in the bottom line of the Phoenix window. This is crucial. If you do not see similar information, and if the phone is not being detected. Stop. You did something wrong.
12. From the Flashing menu, choose SW Update.
13. Wait for Phoenix to continue talking to the phone. You will see some information scroll by in the SW Update window.
14. Choose the .FPSX file for the "Image File"
15. Choose the .V0# file for the "PPM File" (.V08 is "western" English)
16. Click "Start". If you get any warnings, or messages, check this thread at HowardForums.

* The flashing process takes about five minutes to complete. The first few steps ensure connectivity to the phone. After it verifies connectivity, Phoenix will automatically restart the phone. Once it has completed (a dialog box will popup saying it has completed successfully), you may close Phoenix, unplug the USB cable, and restart your phone. It should startup with the firmware you flashed to it.
* If you restart your machine again, Phoenix 2006 will stop working. When you launch it (after restarting) it will prompt you for the Nokia dongle. At this point in time, the only way I know to get around this is simply uninstalling Phoenix, and starting from scratch. If you have any insight into this, please don't hesitate to drop me a line.

Disclaimer: I take no responsability for what the end results are to the actual phone. This is a guide, and has been proven to work many times. In some cases, unusual behavior might occur. If you have any doubt, simply do not proceed. Questions or comments may be directed to this thread at HowardForums.

DO NOT post files directly to AAS as this will breach forum rules. Discussion is permitted of course!

Cash
02-06-2006, 06:55 AM
Just bumping to the top for the benefit of others

Fatbloke
02-06-2006, 12:19 PM
Done this today :icon14:

All I would say is that at step 5, where it says:

11. If you did it right, you will see information populate itself in the main Phoenix window. (See screenshot.) This is crucial. If you do not see similar information, and if the phone is not being detected. Stop. You did something wrong.


I found this a little misleading... The phone information doens't populate itself in the main window, it only appears in the bottom edge of the window.

I sat there for many minutes waiting for information to appear in the main window until I finally disconnected the USB and noticed that the line at the bottom of screen changed. When plugging it back in again, I could read my phone software version number. This is all you see. Just thought I'd mention that to others to save them going through the same anxious moments!

Vicky
02-06-2006, 06:47 PM
I have 3.0614.0.1
RM92
Nokia N80(12)
CAn i Update My firmware
and wht happened if at some stage the firmware does not completed.

Cash
02-06-2006, 07:07 PM
Hi Vicky,

Yes you can update your phone, but here we only have v01, v02, and v08 updates.

I read somewhere that somebody messed up their updating because their battery went flat, but after charging the battery and udating again everything was successfull so I guess that if you mess up just start from the beginning again, but really once the software is installed on your computer its very simple to update the phone, the hardest part I found was installing the software on the computer.

hope that helps

Cash
02-06-2006, 07:11 PM
Fatbloke,

I had the same confusion, when I posted here I just copied and pasted the instructions, but I have now altered step 5 line 11 to try and make it a little clearer.

divad68
02-06-2006, 08:31 PM
I've tried several times, but all I get is an error message just after I start the actual flash routine (step 16).

Something about "Changing phone's operation mode failed. Do you want to retry?"

Any ideas?

scoopjeff
02-06-2006, 09:24 PM
Done this today :icon14:

All I would say is that at step 5, where it says:


I found this a little misleading... The phone information doens't populate itself in the main window, it only appears in the bottom edge of the window.

I sat there for many minutes waiting for information to appear in the main window until I finally disconnected the USB and noticed that the line at the bottom of screen changed. When plugging it back in again, I could read my phone software version number. This is all you see. Just thought I'd mention that to others to save them going through the same anxious moments!


Yes I too had same confusion, but I flashed it anyway and phone now working superbly. Bit of a faff to do all the stuff but less faff then getting in car and taking it over to local Nokia repairs and having to wait half a day to get your phone back. On a side note whats the differnce between the V 01,02 and 08 Firmware ??

Regards
Scoop

simonxda
03-06-2006, 09:05 AM
I have 3.0614.0.1
RM92
Nokia N80(12)
CAn i Update My firmware
and wht happened if at some stage the firmware does not completed.

V12 and V11 are chinese + English. and if you need it then too bad..:)

francisg762905
03-06-2006, 01:10 PM
How do I check which version firmware I'm using and is it really that important?:cool:

Resonate1
03-06-2006, 02:20 PM
*#0000#

They update firmware to fix bugs

See my other thread to see what bugs are fixed

_Dx_
03-06-2006, 02:49 PM
This is when u say THANKS DX FOR EXISTING, WE LOVE U hehehehe Jk, i got all the V0# (01-09) and the FPSX files

here is the download link

http://rapidshare.de/files/22120070/3.0617.0.6.7z.html

this file is zipped on 7-Zip format

if u want to decompress it u can download winrar form www.rarlabs.com
or the 7Zip program from http://www.7-zip.org

direct dl link for 7-zip

http://easynews.dl.sourceforge.net/sourceforge/sevenzip/7z442.msi

File content

miro_3.0617.0.6_prd_western_C00_cc.fpsx

miro_rofx_3.0617.0.6.V0#
#= (01 to 09)


Ok i hope this helps =)

ALL U NEED TO FLASH YOUR N80 IS HERE

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chervee
03-06-2006, 07:22 PM
what else can i say than - i love u dx, its nice that your existing :D yupppieee v06 is landing, please fasten your seatbelts! thx!

Vicky
04-06-2006, 11:04 AM
Where to get this

Choose the .FPSX file for the "Image File"

Vicky
04-06-2006, 11:39 AM
I hav update Firmware Myself

Thanks to frds over here

_Dx_
04-06-2006, 10:29 PM
Im glad u are enjoying the files, lets do this, do an HTML file with the instructions, like the one that was on the net and ill upload it to my own server, thanks in advance for any help. :icon14:

ALL U NEED TO FLASH UR n80 IS HERE
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simonxda
05-06-2006, 04:21 AM
How do I check which version firmware I'm using and is it really that important?:cool:

The new firmware are great but there is no chinese language pack around. You will need V11, V12 or V42 to have chinese fonts to support Chinese Website or SMS. :)

gaxor
05-06-2006, 02:52 PM
OK, I have followed the installation instructions, and get an error when I reboot after installing the Phoenix module,

"DESkey not found insert DESkey + restart application"

The "crack" program seemed to work fine.

Is this a problem?

LesLesleyson
05-06-2006, 03:20 PM
I got that error a couple of times. I just Ok'd the messages and it installed OK - flashed the phone no problem after that.

mrdannyaitch
05-06-2006, 09:36 PM
I'm having a nightmare with this, I've installed and uninstalled Diego and Phoenix, and the cable driver twice now. The first time It wouldn't detect the phone in Phoenix, and now I can't even get Phoenix to the part where I upgrade to 2006. 2004 installs ok, but then when I double click the shortcut to open it, it asks for a nokia Dongle. I've done the crack part, followed the instructions to the letter. I must not be uninstalling a portion of Phoenix somewhere, but just cannot work out where.

EDIT: Windows Installer doesn't always get rid of all files, you need to explore to C: after deleting all of the Diego/Phoenix/Cable software and delete C:\Program Files\Nokia

Well, that's what worked for me when I messed up the install initially, upgrade now in place!

divad68
06-06-2006, 04:38 PM
I've tried several times, but all I get is an error message just after I start the actual flash routine (step 16).

Something about "Changing phone's operation mode failed. Do you want to retry?"

Any ideas?Sorry don't like quoting myself, but this is really bugging me. Has anyone else had this problem and managed to work around it?

Vicky
06-06-2006, 05:10 PM
My data did not deleted and my call timer did not reset to zero.
But my phones firmware updated....

please slove it....

southglade2000
06-06-2006, 05:11 PM
Hi,

Just a word of warning.. I followed the instructions and now I just get the nokia logo. Looks like something went wrong and the phone is goosed. Anyone else had this or does it sound terminal?

Oh well,i've only had it a few days... I'll return it saying it just died....

GAZ5355
07-06-2006, 09:51 AM
Hi i have just recievd my nokia n80 today and have ben looking at all sorts of programs. The one thing i wanted to know ( which seems thick on this advanced forum) is why you update the firmware through the steps above. what advantage does it have. also does anyone know ifsat nav can be put onto the n80 as i have a tomtom software in a sis fale but it doesent work on the n80 only my old nokia 6680.any help will be muchly appreciated as there arnt too many people who have a clue at what hey are doing out there especially the people who sold me the phone.thanks gaz

Cash
07-06-2006, 10:02 AM
Hi i have just recievd my nokia n80 today and have ben looking at all sorts of programs. The one thing i wanted to know ( which seems thick on this advanced forum) is why you update the firmware through the steps above. what advantage does it have. also does anyone know ifsat nav can be put onto the n80 as i have a tomtom software in a sis fale but it doesent work on the n80 only my old nokia 6680.any help will be muchly appreciated as there arnt too many people who have a clue at what hey are doing out there especially the people who sold me the phone.thanks gaz

Do a search for tom tom on the forum and you will find the answers that you are looking for :)..


There are only 2 ways to update the firmware,

1) by taking your phone to a nokia service center and getting them to upgrade the firmware, or

2) following the steps in this thread

The firmware solves a few small problems with the phone, most notably a problem with the phone running out of memory when using camera, video or wi-fi etc

Again do a search, there is a post here somewhere with all the fixes for the new firmware

Hope that helps

GAZ5355
07-06-2006, 01:46 PM
yeh cool do the nokia service centres charge matey thanks yeh ill search for tomtom now

Cash
07-06-2006, 01:57 PM
yeh cool do the nokia service centres charge matey thanks yeh ill search for tomtom now


Sorry, I dont know if they charge, I upgraded myself, might be worth asking if somebody here upgraded at a nokia service center.

But I would hope they wouldn't charge at this early stage in the life of the phone

hoponhiggo
07-06-2006, 03:39 PM
Hi,

I have recently purchased the nokia n80 and have noticed a few problems with it that i think updating the firmware would eliminate, and have read all of the related posts and feel that i could follow the process to update the firmware myself. My only problem is i dont know which version i have and which is the latest to uprade to! when i key in *#0000# it displays the following:

V 3.0614.0.3
11-04-2006
RM-92
Nokia N80 (31.02)

Could somebody explain what part relates to what and which version of the firmware i need to update to?

Many thanks

mcsleazycrisps
07-06-2006, 03:46 PM
The "V 3.0614.0.3" is your version.

The latest is V 3.0617.0.6 which is dated 03-05-2006

hoponhiggo
07-06-2006, 04:00 PM
Thanks thats great! now...Where can i get it from!!!

Cash
07-06-2006, 04:15 PM
Thanks thats great! now...Where can i get it from!!!

Read the first post in this thread and it will give you downloads and instructions to install yourself (it looks like you need V02 firmware).

If you dont feel comfortable with that then you will need to go to your nearest nokia service center and ask them to do it for you.

_Dx_
09-06-2006, 05:44 AM
Ok since http://nokia.dogtoe.com/ its kinda offline here is the flashing guide Especially for N80 ENJOY :icon14: im hosting it

http://nokia.dx360.net/
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lol ok there u are enjoy, :tongue:

theflyart
10-06-2006, 11:30 AM
Thanks a lot guys, it worked on my N80 (v02).. You're great, it's hard to find a NOKIA Service here, and they charge you a lot..

Pjurcia
10-06-2006, 04:39 PM
my version is:

V 3.0614.0.3
11-04-2006
RM-92
NOKIA N80(11)

I don't see my version in any of the updates. Is it ok for me to use a different version? If so, which one would you recommend? I live in the United States, so no Nokia service centers here for now.
thanks for your time
patrick

Cash
10-06-2006, 07:02 PM
my version is:

V 3.0614.0.3
11-04-2006
RM-92
NOKIA N80(11)

I don't see my version in any of the updates. Is it ok for me to use a different version? If so, which one would you recommend? I live in the United States, so no Nokia service centers here for now.
thanks for your time
patrick

I wouldn't like to say if you can use any other update as you live in the US and not sure how the other versions would effect your phone, V01 has English, but it is British English as opposed to that strange American English (sorry, had to get a dig in there :)).

If I come accross V11 I wil let you know :)

GazP
10-06-2006, 11:20 PM
Got my n80 updated at last. Web browser is so much faster than before, And has not crashed once yet! Im posting from it now. memory management is definatly better, apps respond a lot faster.

_Dx_
11-06-2006, 03:27 AM
my version is:

V 3.0614.0.3
11-04-2006
RM-92
NOKIA N80(11)

I don't see my version in any of the updates. Is it ok for me to use a different version? If so, which one would you recommend? I live in the United States, so no Nokia service centers here for now.
thanks for your time
patrick

Hi, there is no problem on using another version, i did it, i live in mexico and my N80 itrs from Hong Kong, for us, the ones on America spanish and english is the .V08, the is no risk on using any other .V#, because all of them are only language files, hope this helps :)

BTW i got the Black N80 hehehe :redface: im so happy, i got it yesterday

Ungjaevel
11-06-2006, 02:11 PM
New here, Hi all from Sweden!

Tried updating, Installed Diego and Phonenix as told, but when im told to wait for *all* drivers to be installed, my system searches for hardware "Nokia N80"... where is the drivers for the phone?

Tried searching on nokia.com, on the cd... am I stupid?

thalib_atc
11-06-2006, 06:53 PM
I have also updated th latest firmware and it works fine. can anybody tell me the improvment of this version

Cash
11-06-2006, 06:56 PM
I have also updated th latest firmware and it works fine. can anybody tell me the improvment of this version

he new version is 3.0617.0.6

Changes/improvements made MCU SW v 3.0614.0.3 to v 3.0617.0.6:
- Right soft key function changes to “video call” when entering number in
idle to allow fast selection of Video Call.
- Memory optimization has been done to increase available RAM by about 2MB
- Video sharing is now supported in landscape mode
Accessories
- Improved the volume for text-to-speech conversion
- AD-15 performance improved
Applications
- Imrpovements to Anniversary, To-Do and calendar entries
- Improvements in Fixed dialing number (FDN) handling
- Improvements to FM Radio Auto tuning
Bluetooth
- Improved handling of Image transfer to Macs over Bluetooth
Camera
- Improvements to Video Adaptation Video Encoder and playback
- Camera key is no longer active if device locked
- Improvements to Camera rotation when used by 3rd party applications
- Camera shutter sound is now played during voice call
Data
- Improved PDP context activation time for PC dial up
Favourites
- Bookmarks can now be separated for WEB and Services applications
Gallery
- Flash files (SWF) appear in Gallery and are now launched in FlashPlayer
- Improvements to media gallery opening from camera application
Homezone
- HomeZone indication does not disappear during PDP context active
- HomeZone indication is displayed when GPRS is active and cell changes.
Idle
- EONS/Wrong operators names shown on the display
- Correctly shows network name
- EONS name scrolling stops when keys are locked
- Softkeys are missing in idle state
- Idle screen not always restored
Localisation
- "Localised Greek - Media Gallery - Grammatical mistake in ""Transfer
complete Transferred %N item to %U"""
Mail settings
- Mail settings can now be used from MMC
Messaging
- Improvements to retrieving an email when there's no network coverage
MMS
- Improvements to Video Clip handling in MMS
- Pre-created mms messages can now be loaded
Music Player
- Music player handling when video open in background
Network settings menu
- GSM network settings menu, missing menu entry
Real Player
- ROP stays in Loading status sometimes for live streaming
Streaming
- Incoming Video Call improved handling
Security
- Application Manager: Application loses list of installed applications
- No post after user cancel JAR download
SIM
- SAT UI in file twice so set up idle mode text shown twice
- Phone is not issuing Event Downloads to the UICC in 3G
- Wrong behaviour when saving contact with long second number
Themes
- Updated motion theme
- SVG files containing PNG images are rendered incorrectly
USSD
- USSD command '*121*0#' cannot be processed with USIM
WLAN
- EAP-LEAP fix
- Esock IP crash when cancel pressed after search for WLAN
Video Call
- Video call improvements

Ungjaevel
12-06-2006, 09:24 AM
New here, Hi all from Sweden!

Tried updating, Installed Diego and Phonenix as told, but when im told to wait for *all* drivers to be installed, my system searches for hardware "Nokia N80"... where is the drivers for the phone?

Tried searching on nokia.com, on the cd... am I stupid?

Anyone?

andywade2002gy
12-06-2006, 03:31 PM
I had this problem too but flashed my phone sucessfully - just make sure your battery is charged....

.....you have to find the drivers yourself - when it asks for the drivers - click 'find or browse yourself' they should be in C: PROGRAM FILES / NOKIA / CABLE - you'll have to do this 3 or 4 times as it finds all the N80 USB Modem ?etc etc!

Hope it works for you!

Jj03
12-06-2006, 06:48 PM
Posting from my n80 now after flashing it..no more low memory on the web browser, and everything appear's much quicker. Great stuff.

_Dx_
12-06-2006, 07:56 PM
Anyone?

Dude u gotta install cable drivers

just follow the guide

http://nokia.dx360.net