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[mi7ROM] [25.03.2012] mi7ROM_1.3b mango 8107 new firmware

4th April 2012, 04:34 PM   |  #301  
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miro, contable.

when's the next release???

i'm having flashing withdrawal symptoms XD :c ool:
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4th April 2012, 05:38 PM   |  #302  
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Thanks Miro - will give it another try (by the way, I wasn't trying to suggest it was the ROM, I was thinking it was something to do with USB drivers, but lacked the knowledgle)
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Thanks Miro - will give it another try (by the way, I wasn't trying to suggest it was the ROM, I was thinking it was something to do with USB drivers, but lacked the knowledgle)

no is ok. i mean it causes not on custom ROMs- 64 bit pc systems are a problem
you are wellcome to the great custom ROM world
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miro, contable.

when's the next release???

i'm having flashing withdrawal symptoms XD :c ool:


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4th April 2012, 09:56 PM   |  #305  
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Talking I did it!
Really grateful for the extra hints.

The hard part was figuring out how to overwrite the rapi.dll due to security permissions in Windows 7. I needed to change the ownership of the file from the file properties.

This link was really useful to work out what was preventing me renaming the old rapi.dll file and copying the new one in place -

http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/w...5-a2d11d392fff

(Maybe that link could be added to the 3 step guide, for Windows 7 64 bit users?)


Once that was in place - took less than 5 minutes to install MAGLDR again, and flash to the latest mi7ROM
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Really grateful for the extra hints.

The hard part was figuring out how to overwrite the rapi.dll due to security permissions in Windows 7. I needed to change the ownership of the file from the file properties.

This link was really useful to work out what was preventing me renaming the old rapi.dll file and copying the new one in place -

http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/w...5-a2d11d392fff

(Maybe that link could be added to the 3 step guide, for Windows 7 64 bit users?)


Once that was in place - took less than 5 minutes to install MAGLDR again, and flash to the latest mi7ROM

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Thanks for Info.....i'm very happy that you solved and installed latest mi7ROM
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Originally Posted by sayousaf

Really grateful for the extra hints.

The hard part was figuring out how to overwrite the rapi.dll due to security permissions in Windows 7. I needed to change the ownership of the file from the file properties.

This link was really useful to work out what was preventing me renaming the old rapi.dll file and copying the new one in place -

http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/w...5-a2d11d392fff

(Maybe that link could be added to the 3 step guide, for Windows 7 64 bit users?)


Once that was in place - took less than 5 minutes to install MAGLDR again, and flash to the latest mi7ROM

yeaah- we are a really community! nice to hear your sucess. tnx for your feedback i have add it to my
- Step by step flash guide

cheers, miro

@Osso17 I have one TNX extra for yooooooou
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10th April 2012, 11:05 AM   |  #308  
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Hi there,

Using the guide the Miro very helpfully put up, I installed the drivers (and then also did additional research to see that I should ensure I have the Win 7 64 bit drivers).

I successfully installed MAGLDR, and am in the MAGLDR mode on my Omnia 7.

I am running the DFT_WPI_SAM1.exe file (the folder contains this, OS.D000FF, rapitool.exe and readme.txt).

However, during the "Connect" stage of the install, I am receiving the following error:

[Error Description]:

Please make sure that your device is connected to your computer.
also make sure that right drivers are installed (Active Sync or Windows Mobile Device Center)
Try to connect device to different USB port and also you can try to reboot PC.
Also you can try to exclude USB hubs.

[Info]: USBWorkDWPI.cpp (136)

I have rebooted my PC, and ensured I am directly connected to the PC USB port (not via a HUB).

I have got WMDC installed, and both versions of USB drivers.

Where can I be going wrong?

Thanks in advance

I've just noticed that in my Control Panel > Devices and Printers screen there are 2 Unspecified devices:

MAGLDR and "Unknown Device"

Is this related to the problem, I wonder?

Faced the the problem. But solved. Just go to Control Panel > Devices and Printers screen and let windows auto update and install the driver on its on. Once done you can flash the ROM. Cheers.
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25th April 2012, 06:40 PM   |  #309  
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28th April 2012, 08:55 PM   |  #310  
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I try to update to the last firmware but "cab sender" give me an error "conflict between name of file"
I have 1.3b, and I had installed it nowwwwww

1.3b have big problem with cab sender. It's impossible update at the last firmware I try to reflash rom today but cab sender not work
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