Old 05-30-2013, 11:47 AM   #1
Softwareking Nokia Best Tool
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easy to flash just follow this steps









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Old 05-30-2013, 07:16 PM   #2

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what is the benefit of flashing ones phone?
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Originally Posted by Raiha Register to view links
what is the benefit of flashing ones phone?
Risks and benefits of flashing a ROM


One area that a lot of people miss is the risks of putting a new ROM on your phone; you must fully understand that you are playing with a $500 device and can break it. Plus you will be stuck with your contract for 1-2 years with no phone.

What you need to know:


1.) YOU WILL 100% VOID YOUR PHONE'S WARRANTY. Once you do this you cannot take it back to AT&T or Samsung

2.) When you flash your phone, you are changing the main software on your phone. This is not like installing an app; this is replacing core system files. This includes simple notification bar modifications to putting a custom ROM with Android 2.2 on your phone.

3.) Because Samsung has not released the complete official JF6 and JH7 firmware packages, once you flash your phone, you will never be able to get it back to 100% stock from when you flashed it.

4.) Because you cannot get it back to stock, you will most likely not be able to ever check for and get Android updates from Samsung. That means you will not be able to get Android 2.2 officially when it comes out.

5.) You can "[[Bricked phone|brick]" your phone. Trust me (j101399j) I have bricked mine, both Best Buy and Samsung (not asking for warranty) are unable to fix it, so I am stuck having to buy another phone. Bricked means the phone is as useful as a brick. There are any number of chances for one little thing to go wrong during or after a flash that can brick your phone. So again please understand you are playing with a $500 device and can brick it very easily. Plus you will be stuck with your contract for 1-2 years with no phone.

6.) Side Note to #5. A factory reset will not return you phone to what it was when AT&T gave it to you. It only cleans the phone off from programs and settings you added. So don't rely on it.

7.) Even though the most common method for flashing is using a program called ROM Manager, it does not fully replace all of the system files. So for example, you install Rom #1, ok everything went great. Now there is a new ROM that requires you to wipe the phone, if you just flash the new ROM, it does not do a 100% re-flash, so parts of ROM 1 are left over. There is a way around this but requires more flashing.

8.) Side note to #7. Clockwork or ROM Manager also does not do a 100% backup of your phone. Your phone's system consist of a build (the main user software), the modem (tells the phone how to talk with the outside world), the kernel (what makes the phone work with the hardware) and the recovery module (the recovery menu and how it works). Rom Manager only creates a backup of the build and nothing else. So when you flash to a new ROM, chances one or more of those items have been changed and unless everything is back to the same, if you try and restore, it does not work. And since you cannot get 100% back to where the phone was before you flashed it, again you will not be back to the original condition.

There are a lot of risks, just because you can does not mean you should.

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Old 09-15-2013, 07:56 PM   #4

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boss pwede ba to sa lahat ng nokia? pa link na din ng mga flash files mo,salamat
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ask lang sir need pa ba ng firmware para makapag glash neto
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