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11-12-2011, 12:13 PM
Pheonix Service Software 2011.38.003.46817 Cracked

Main component versions in the release:

• DK2 Driver Version
• Nokia Connectivity Cable USB Driver Version
• Flash Update Package 2011.34.000
• FLS-x Drivers Version 2.09.28
• FUSE Connection Manager v 2011.34.1


New Products added
• RM-814, RM-815, RM-816, RM-781, RM-832, RM-833, RM-834, RM-761, RM-762, RM-799, RM-800, RM-764, RM-778

New features
• New version of FUSE connection Manager
• New version of Flash Update Package
• New version of Autotuning components
• New version of Product API
• New version of Connectivity Cable Driver
• Support for Windows 7 64 bit version (Note: FLS- 5 drivers do not support 64 bit OS, so phones using FLS-5 /USB_FBUS connection can not be serviced in 64 bit operating systems)
• New installation package with MS Visual C++ 2010

Error Corrections & changes
• Installation package now includes MS Visual C++ 2010 Redistributable Package. Installation will happen automatically when Phoenix_Service_Software_2011_38_3_46817.exe is run.
• The Envira Tool ( The ZIP package generator in Help / Troubleshooting – menu) updated
• Correction to DCT-4 autotuning with Willtek / Aeroflex test equipment detection. Testers were previously identified only if they reported themselves as Willtek. Testers are now identified also as Aeroflex.
• Improvements to Product Code changes with simultaneous flashing. Readiness to flash future “USB Only” – concept phones added. NOTE: Please see product specicic documents for information on the restrictions of product code changes with “flash” – option, especially in the cases of Software downgrade with Tucson system!
• Updated label printing components
• Support for long product codes
Please note:
• Microsoft DOT.NET version 2 Service Pack 2 is now the minimum requirement. Phoenix installation will check PC for the DOT.NET version and update it automatically when PC has online connection. Without online connection, old DOT.NET versions must be updated manually.
• New common data package location in use. Please see document SR1315 in KICS Information Center for further information.
• All Nokia Service Software Applications will use following location for product specific data:
- Windows XP: C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\Nokia\Packages
- Windows 7: C:\Program Data\Nokia\Packages
• Please see articles SR1774 and 1786 for more information on the use of Nokia Data Package manager – tool, and article SR1854 for more information on the Nokia Service Application Manager Tool.
• During installation, Data Packages should be installed in these directories, if they install to any other location by default. target folder for local data packages can be changed in the installation wizard manually
• This version contains the latest Tucson components. Therefore it is not necessary to use Tucson Add-On Installation Packages
• Before you start Phoenix or Care Suite installation to Windows 7 the User Account Control (UAC) should be turned off from Windows Control Panel settings.
• For more information concerning new options in “Firmware Update” – menu and their use, Please see documents SR1313 and SR1659 in KICS Information Center.
• Tucson operations combined with “flash” – option are now handled in the same way as “refurbishment”, which requires Mass Memory Content File to be available.
• Use of Flash option simultaneously with product code change for USB Only phones is restricted. It is recommended to flash phone separately with Firmware Update. Please refer to product specific instructions.
• Connection media to FLS-5 must be configured to be “USB_FBUS”, after FLS-4 support has been removed FBUS does not work anymore with FLS-5
• Install and use the latest available product specific data packages or flash bundles

Supported operating systems and user rights

• Windows XP Service Pack 1 or higher

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11-12-2011, 12:49 PM
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11-12-2011, 01:13 PM

WARNING: Phone flashing is a double-edged sword; it may be useful and dangerous at the same time. It may brick/damage your phone for good (If not done carefully), so please DO NOT flash your device if you don’t know what the hell “Flashing a phone” is.
Also note that Phoenix is available for Windows only (not available for Linux or Mac)

In this post I will explain the use of Phoenix (Nokia service software) to flash a Nokia (Symbian) smartphone (Taking Nokia N8 as an example). Flashing means re-installing phones firmware (Operating system) files. There are many situations when it becomes necessary to flash a mobile (Deletion/corruption of system files, phone is dead etc). Besides, flashing is also useful to update to latest (Or any available) firmware, to install a custom (cooked) firmware or to install an older firmware over an updated new firmware. So here goes the process, carefully follow the instructions given below as such:

First up, note down your phones firmware version/release (Find by pressing *#0000# at standby, in the form of x.xxx.xx), product code (On the sticker under battery in the form of 0XXXXXX) and type (Look at the sticker under the battery in the form of RM-xxx).

1. Download and install Phoenix Service Software (2011) in your (Windows) PC/Laptop

2. Download and install latest version of Navifirm from here (http://www.mediafire.com/?dh6r7f7hdyk5voq)

3. Run Navifirm and wait until it loads the Products (Phone model names/codes) list (Requires fast internet connection)

4. Find your phone model and code in the list and select it (For example, select RM-596 for Nokia N8)

5. Wait for a while until it loads “Releases”. Select the desired release (22.14 in case of N8)

6. Wait until Navifirm loads “Variants” (Product code of the phone – you can find yours at the sticker usually below battery). Select the desired variant and wait until Navifirm shows firmware files in the last pane.

7. Check all the boxes (in the last pane) and click “Download with program” button below the last pane. Choose the folder where you want to download the “Official” firmware files. After download is complete, copy the files.

8. Go to “C:/Program Files/Nokia/Phoenix/Products” and create a new folder in the last folder (“Products”) of the above path and name it RM-xxx (which is your phone type code that you noted earlier, replace “xxx” with your phones actual code numbers, for example it will be RM-596 for N8). Now paste the downloaded files (copied in the Step 7 above) to the newly created folder “C:/Program Files/Nokia/Phoenix/Products/RM-596″. Phoenix will look for the files in the above folder when flashing the phone (Nokia N8 in this case)

9. Launch “Phoenix” in PC and connect your mobile (Nokia N8 in this case) via Data/USB cable (Select PC Suite mode). In Phoenix, Go to “File/Scan Product”, Phoenix will detect the phone. Now select “Flashing/Firmware Update”

10. At the firmware update window, Phoenix will automatically look up and find the official firmware files earlier downloaded via Navifirm. However if it doesn’t find the files
a. Check that the directory “C:/Program Files/Nokia/Phoenix/Products/RM-596” exists, (create if it does not and place the firmware files into it – Step 8 above)
b. Check that the above path is present in all the three boxes in Tools/Options/Product Location (In Phoenix), set it if it does not and repeat steps 9 onwards.

If everything upto step 10 goes successful, select “Refurbish”, ignore all the warning boxes that appear during the process. Wait until the “Successful” dialog box appear (DO NOT touch or disconnect the phone or USB cable during the process). Press OK, phone will disconnect and restart.

Thank God that everything went well….hopefully….best of luck