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[Guide] Debrand e900: 8 steps + Force NoDo Update Tips/Links

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By sadoway, Senior Member on 24th March 2011, 12:30 AM
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29th March 2011, 07:56 AM |#11  
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You can follow all the instructions, but instead replace Wifi with Data and Data with Wifi, and it will work...

I don't have a data plan, so instead, I timed with Wifi and Data off, until I got an error.

Then, I turned on Wifi, and turned off (while it was checking for update on Zune) the Wifi one second before, and it worked...the FIRST TRY!


1. Debranded to 000-88
2. Follow instructions on first page, but this time turn off data connection and use Wi-fi instead. (For those without Data)
3. Time Zune Update while Data Connection is off and Wi-fi is off until it gets the error code (when Zune times out or network error comes up).
4. Get the time and now turn on Wi-fi, and wait until it connects.
5. Check for update again.
5. Now turn off Wi-fi a second earlier than what you had timed before.

Try it ... NOW!
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29th March 2011, 09:04 AM |#12  
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just have to say. nodo marketplace fix, makes it so much better, now i can scroll thru the lists without it freezing up on me.
29th March 2011, 12:41 PM |#13  
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Thank you all! I update my LG Optimus as we speak. (happy)
2nd April 2011, 12:03 PM |#14  
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Thank you so much!

I followed your method and I get the NoDo in my Optimus 7.

I'm using Movistar in Spain.
11th March 2012, 12:18 PM |#15  
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I have a vodphone branded e900, is there any advantage to unbranding the device?
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