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i can not seem to flash to stock anymore using NCS after installing the Russian firmware and downgrading bootloader. any help? thanks.
That question belongs to the Q&A thread. Please leave this thread for development only.

Link to Q&A: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1599401

I will answer to your question though:
* UNLOCKED BOOTLOADER = NO NCS = YES CUSTOM ROM
* LOCKED BOOTLOADER = YES NCS = NO CUSTOM ROM

It's a personal choice
Any mod can cleanup this thread a bit please?

Now back to the topic:
Nokia OSBL: Unless someone can find a flaw in the RSA verification algorithm, there's no reason to keep trying to patch it, since you cannot upload it anyway.
I wouldn't even attempt to write lumia 710's bootloader to the 800. They share cpu, and probably half of the memory regions, but if there's a single GPIO/mem address, i2c call, mddi call or whatever the thing uses to access the nand chip different on the 710 it may very well leave the phone as a brick. The fact that they share the chipset doesn't mean they use the same pins for the same things. If it were for any other thing I would understand, if you want to try it from an unlocked bootloader by overwriting EMMCBOOT.MBN, or if you want to chainload it from LK loader fine, but please be careful if you're going to try to overwrite it directly on the flash since it's too easy to break it down and end up seeing yourself going to ebay to get a JTAG adapter and tapping the test points on the mainboard to attempt to recover it.

I wish I knew enough assembler (or any at all) to understand the loader and be able to guess if there's something wrong, but the truth is I don't. I can see the functions, I can find the verification functions, but don't have a clue on how to even know if there's a problem somewhere.

I would start looking at differences between updates to try to find a hole in the OS. After all, it's Microsoft, it's not like there aren't going to be any bugs on 1412 fixed on newer versions. Since we can downgrade, it could be possible to get interop unlock from there, and THEN, attempt to rewrite the Qualcomm loader back to the flash, from within Windows.

At least that's what I think...

@ultrashot: here you have my config for OSBuilder, you see anything wrong with it?
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From the file names it seems like a rom to be flashed using the qualcomm method, explained in the leaked slides.
The FFU files should be flasheable using UpdateWP.
I did a quick look on those FFU files, and found that both _fullmodem.ffu and _FlashClean.ffu unfortunately contain Nokia DLOAD OSBL.

Edit: what's weird is that the oem.sku.xml file includes some conditions to package an OEM_7x30_BLDR (Qualcomm's?) if IMGBOOTEMMC is set. Which is set, according to the environment variables listed on the env.txt file.

The question is: are those FFU files built with IMGBOOTEMMC or they deleted the FFU files containing Qualcomm bootloader?
 
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I got my flaw, WP7 Root tools working fine now on Lumia 800 too!
Uploading files to mediafire, will update main thread when ready

Thank you ultrashot for your infinite patiente.
In the end it was my mess, but it was a stupid mistake. When inserting packages into cif/sof, they got on the upper side of the list, and were being overwritten by the Core package in \SYS...

EDIT:
Nokia Lumia 800 Full unlock:
http://www.mediafire.com/?8zyow23pb1ulc4o
http://www.mediafire.com/?12tvc1bsbzgsal1
http://www.mediafire.com/?n0mgq321wb3wzf1
http://www.mediafire.com/?dnklajs1ned5yy5

Enjoy!
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The FFU files should be flasheable using UpdateWP.
I did a quick look on those FFU files, and found that both _fullmodem.ffu and _FlashClean.ffu unfortunately contain Nokia DLOAD OSBL.
+1

Think a full easy package for lock the phone.

for unlocked lumia phone:
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<?xml version="1.0"?>
<!-- SDPCC_MOD_BEGIN: vwu: Sept-09-2011: REQ 1862406: eMMC partition change from MS -->
<!-- Set WPB to 64MB, MODEM_BKP to readonly, NOKIA_PMM to readonly, combine Modem bits to fat.bin -->
<configuration>
<parser_instructions>
WRITE_PROTECT_BOUNDARY_IN_KB = 65536
GROW_LAST_PARTITION_TO_FILL_DISK= true
ALIGN_ALL_LOGICAL_PARTITIONS_TO_WP_BOUNDARY=false
</parser_instructions>
<physical_partition>
<partition label="DBL" size_in_kb="500" type="4d" bootable="true" readonly="true">
<file name="RM801_12w07_prod_generic_dbl.mbn" offset="0"/>
</partition>
<partition label="OSBL" size_in_kb="1500" type="46" bootable="false" readonly="true">
<file name="RM801_12w07_prod_generic_osbl.mbn" offset="0"/>
</partition>
<partition label="FAT" size_in_kb="150000" type="c" bootable="false" readonly="true">
<file name="RM801_12w07_prod_generic_fat.bin" offset="0"/>
</partition>
<partition label="NOKIA_PMM" size_in_kb="64" type="ef" bootable="false" readonly="true">
</partition>
<partition label="MODEM_BKP" size_in_kb="3072" type="58" bootable="false" readonly="true">
<file name="RM801_12w07_prod_generic_dummy_fs.bin" offset="0" />
</partition>
<partition label="MODEM_ST1" size_in_kb="3072" type="4a" bootable="false" readonly="false">
<file name="RM801_12w07_prod_generic_dummy_fs.bin" offset="0" />
</partition>
<partition label="MODEM_ST2" size_in_kb="3072" type="4b" bootable="false" readonly="false">
<file name="RM801_12w07_prod_generic_dummy_fs.bin" offset="0" />
</partition>
<partition label="APPS" size_in_kb="425000" type="48" bootable="false" readonly="false" align="true">
<file name="RM801_12w07_prod_euro1.img" offset="0" />
</partition>
</physical_partition>
</configuration>
<!-- SDPCC_MOD_END: vwu: Sept-09-2011: REQ 1862406: eMMC partition change from MS -->
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I got my flaw, WP7 Root tools working fine now on Lumia 800 too!
Uploading files to mediafire, will update main thread when ready

Thank you ultrashot for your infinite patiente.
In the end it was my mess, but it was a stupid mistake. When inserting packages into cif/sof, they got on the upper side of the list, and were being overwritten by the Core package in \SYS...

EDIT:
Nokia Lumia 800 Full unlock:
http://www.mediafire.com/?8zyow23pb1ulc4o
http://www.mediafire.com/?12tvc1bsbzgsal1
http://www.mediafire.com/?n0mgq321wb3wzf1
http://www.mediafire.com/?dnklajs1ned5yy5

Enjoy!
Great job man! Was waiting for the full unlock.. Now gotta wait till I grow the balls to flash it on my unlocked Lumia 800.. Usually don't mind but I love my Lumia wudnt wanna brick it! Now onto unlocking the bootloaders!!

Had a look at the firmware released today on Navifirm, didnt find anything on a first glance that could help us
 
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does anyone have australian 12070 for rm-819 seems like nokia pulled it away and cannot be downloaded anymore (try it yourself 059n6q8 for product code )
nokia had a good reason to do that maybe there is a way to ...
That does not have the unlocked bootloader.
 
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Mirrored:

Direct Link: http://xdafil.es/Lumia800/ROM/FullUnlock-os-new.nb

Zipped: http://xdafil.es/Lumia800/ROM/Zipped
Device: Samsung Galaxy S3 LTE
Network: EE
Rom: CyanogenMod 10.1-20130210-UNOFFICIAL-i9305
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That does not have the unlocked bootloader.
yes i know but is the only firmware with .mbn file
 
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yes i know but is the only firmware with .mbn file
if anything this firmware is actually a little more secure as there is just a digital signature without the full cert giving possible ****ups in the verification code

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