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7th February 2014, 08:56 PM   |  #1  
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I have looked and looked to no avail, is it no longer possible to flash Lumia firmware through the Nokia Care Suite anymore? I can not seem to find the RM-820 in the open product. Everything tutorial I have seen says to find it in there I did see a comment in a thread where someone said that they didn't think Nokia is allowing that anymore. Is this true? I have the spinning cogs so I wanted to flash the firmware...
So I'm stuck and all help on the internet seems outdated. Is there something I'm missing?
7th February 2014, 10:20 PM   |  #2  
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just read forum... there is few ways to download firmware....

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2515453
8th February 2014, 04:21 AM   |  #3  
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there is a new tool released by nokia that is supposed to help recover / flash phones if they become stuck during boot or flash.
From memory it is called nokia software recovery tool. maybe you could try that if you can find it. I read about it on a site lastnight but can not remember where i saw the info about.

Google may help or it may have even been on here..

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8th February 2014, 10:35 AM   |  #4  
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there is a new tool released by nokia that is supposed to help recover / flash phones if they become stuck during boot or flash.
From memory it is called nokia software recovery tool. maybe you could try that if you can find it. I read about it on a site lastnight but can not remember where i saw the info about.

Google may help or it may have even been on here..

Chris

I downloaded and installed Nokia Care Suite on a Windows 8.1 PC just last night (EST in New York). I then used to install the Amber update onto a RM-878 that I just bought from Amazon - worked flawlessly.

Instructions in this thread: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2515453
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I have installed pc suite for Lumia 520 ...but i am not getting usb connect option...
can anyone have idea?
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I downloaded and installed Nokia Care Suite on a Windows 8.1 PC just last night (EST in New York). I then used to install the Amber update onto a RM-878 that I just bought from Amazon - worked flawlessly.

Instructions in this thread: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2515453

That is exactly what I am talking about. I have read the thread, followed the thread up until it say under product type. Under the sim tray it says RM-820 and there isn't a RM-820 in there, thus this question got asked. I'm not asking for someone to hold my hand through this, I just wanted to know if the RM-820 is or isn't supported with Nokia Care Suite. I know that the software works, flawlessly even, not saying it didn't. I have the firmware downloaded don't need the firmware. Just wanted to know if the Lumia was still supported by Nokia Care Suite, if I was missing something obvious.
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That is exactly what I am talking about. I have read the thread, followed the thread up until it say under product type. Under the sim tray it says RM-820 and there isn't a RM-820 in there, thus this question got asked. I'm not asking for someone to hold my hand through this, I just wanted to know if the RM-820 is or isn't supported with Nokia Care Suite. I know that the software works, flawlessly even, not saying it didn't. I have the firmware downloaded don't need the firmware. Just wanted to know if the Lumia was still supported by Nokia Care Suite, if I was missing something obvious.

What Phone do you have - reason I ask is that the original thread is a little confusing - there is of course a Lumia 820 but its actual Product Type is RM-824 and if you use the 824 Product Type from this thread:Nokia Lumia 820 Product Code (Product Type RM-824)
at http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...3&postcount=10 it shows dozens of codes to use for the Nokia Care Suite depending on country and carrier.
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What Phone do you have - reason I ask is that the original thread is a little confusing - there is of course a Lumia 820 but its actual Product Type is RM-824 and if you use the 824 Product Type from this thread:Nokia Lumia 820 Product Code (Product Type RM-824)
at http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...3&postcount=10 it shows dozens of codes to use for the Nokia Care Suite depending on country and carrier.

It is a Lumia 920 product code RM-820 I saw the product code on that little pull out thing under the Sim tray

http://forum.gsmhosting.com/vbb/f609...4/#post9434336

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