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Arrow [ROM]RUU_Spark_Vodafone_NZ_1.09.707.07_Radio_5.50.09.15 _22.23.50.09U, by ansar

Dear forum members,


In the following A, B, C and D sections is described the flashing process

of the Non NoDo unbranded ROM: RUU_Spark_Vodafone_NZ_1.09.707.07_Radio_5.50.09.15 _22.23.50.09U_by_ansar

This is an 7004 based platform ROM and can used for chevron unlock

It supports the following keybord languages:

English (United States), French (Canada), French (France), French (Switzwrland)

German (Germany), Italian (Italy) and Spanish (Spain - International)





A. Pre-Requisites


If your Tropy 7 is flashed with the ROM of the following release:

1. RUU_Spark_Vodafone_NZ_1.07.179.04_Radio_5.50.09.15_22.23.50.09U

then you can flash the following Non NoDo unbranded ROM and when you like you can comeback to your previous ROM

In case your Tropy 7 is flashed with a different of the above 1 ROM but your Firmware version at your phone settings>about>more information

is of the form xxxx.yy.zzzzz.179 i.e. with characteristic value 179

then you can also flash the following NoDo unbranded ROM, but you can comeback only to one of the above 1 ROM




B. Downloading


You must download the following 2 ROMs:


1. Download this zip ROM file: RUU_Spark_Vodafone_NZ_1.09.707.07_Radio_5.50.09.15 _22.23.50.09U_by_ansar

2. Download this zip ROM file: RUU_Spark_Vodafone_NZ_1.09.707.07_Radio_5.50.09.15 _22.23.50.09U_Signed_by_ansar


Extract the downloaded zip ROM files with an unzip / 7zip utility in separate folders of your choice




C. Flashing Process


In order to successfully flash the provided ROMs you must follow these steps:


1. Flash the ROM of the above (B.1.) extracted zip ROM file

2. After flashing Tropy 7 will automatically enter again in bootloader mode

3. In the screen of your computer the ROMUpdateUtility will report an ERROR[270]

4. Ignore it and exit from ROMUpdateUtility

5. Now flash the ROM of the above (B.2.) extracted zip ROM file

6. After flashing your Tropy 7 will boot normally

7. Exit from ROMUpdateUtility and proceed with your brand new ROM

If you do not want them you can delete all operator apps, in order to have more free RAM

Beware, in WP7 deleting an application means it is deleted from ROM




D. ROM Flashing Instructions


In order to flash a ROM follow these steps:

1. Press and hold power-on/off button to power-off the phone

2. Press and hold volume-down button and then press power-on/off button to enter bootloader mode

3. When your phone enters the tricolor screen bootloader mode, release volume-down button

4. Connect your phone to your windows 7/vista/xp pc/laptop with a usb cable

5. Verify that your phone will be identified and relevant drivers will be installed by windows os of your pc/laptop

6. After completion of (D.5.) above, check the usb message connection on your phone screen

7. To flash the ROM go to your pc/laptop folder where the downloaded zip ROM file is extracted

8. Double click on the ROMUpdateUtility.exe file and strictly follow the instructions on your pc/laptop screen



Till next version enjoy!!!

Regards, ansar
 
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There seems to be a bug with this. No USB connectivity and under about handset, Hardware Revision is : NA

My previous hardware revision was 0003.

Can you please fix this one up.

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There seems to be a bug with this. No USB connectivity and under about handset, Hardware Revision is : NA

My previous hardware revision was 0003.

Can you please fix this one up.

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Wait... so it broke your phone?
 
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Wait... so it broke your phone?
You still have USB connectivity in Boot loader Mode.. But otherwise USB not recognized by computer.

I don't recommend anyone use this, unless you like bricks.

Hopefully he fixes this shortly.
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You still have USB connectivity in Boot loader Mode.. But otherwise USB not recognized by computer.

I don't recommend anyone use this, unless you like bricks.

Hopefully he fixes this shortly.
Hi,

The provided ROM:

RUU_Spark_Vodafone_NZ_1.09.707.07_Radio_5.50.09.15 _22.23.50.09U_by_ansar

is proved ok for other operators

In order to comeback, just flash from bootloader mode the branded ROM:

RUU_Spark_Vodafone_NZ_1.07.179.04_Radio_5.50.09.15 _22.23.50.09U_by_ansar

As many times said before some operators are not yet approved for official zune update to NoDo

This is also admitted afterwards by simonwilkins, that not caused by bootloaders, as in his previous cloudy imagination

Also operators that were shelling phones with not approved ROMs, were afterwards reloaded newer ROMs to their customer phones

In any case a new ROM:

RUU_Spark_Vodafone_NZ_1.08.161.02_Radio_5.50.09.15 _22.23.50.09U_by_ansar

will be provided and the:

RUU_Spark_Vodafone_NZ_1.09.707.07_Radio_5.50.09.15 _22.23.50.09U_by_ansar

will be investigated for NZ operator cause it is proved ok for MangoB2 update in other operators

Regards, ansar
 
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In order to comeback, just flash from bootloader mode the branded ROM:

RUU_Spark_Vodafone_NZ_1.07.179.04_Radio_5.50.09.15 _22.23.50.09U_by_ansar


I realize this, but this still leaves me in the same situation which is stuck on 7008

As many times said before some operators are not yet approved for official zune update to NoDo

Consider my hadnset was already on 7392 through Zune before I flashed your rom this proves that 7392 is approved by my carrier.

This is also admitted afterwards by simonwilkins, that not caused by bootloaders, as in his previous cloudy imagination

Actually Simon's FIX was to flash another ROM, which wasn't created by yourself.

Also operators that were shelling phones with not approved ROMs, were afterwards reloaded newer ROMs to their customer phones


I'm unsure where you go this information from.



RUU_Spark_Vodafone_NZ_1.09.707.07_Radio_5.50.09.15 _22.23.50.09U_by_ansar

will be investigated for NZ operator cause it is proved ok for MangoB2 update in other operators


Any timeframe on this?
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RUU_Spark_Vodafone_NZ_1.09.707.07_Radio_5.50.09.15 _22.23.50.09U_by_ansar

will be investigated for NZ operator cause it is proved ok for MangoB2 update in other operators


Any timeframe on this?

Any update on this Ansar, many of us are awaiting a fix, or a functional ROM.
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