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How to Debrand Nokia Lumia 710

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9th February 2012, 04:52 PM   |  #1  
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Hi guys i know this is the 800 section but i thought would put it here until its moved by admin

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Nokia Care Suite 5.0.0 (2011.51.2) http://www.seidea.com/2011/12/28/nok...11-51-2-63048/
NaviFirm Plus - http://www.symbian-toys.com/navifirm.aspx

Once you have installed Nokia care suite, install the drivers package for your version of windows - Program Files (x86)\Nokia\Nokia Care Suite\Drivers WinUSB Drivers x86 or x64

Download the Firmware needed from Navifirm should be about 12 files.

1. Launch Nokia Care Suite and open Product Support Tool.
2. Disconnect all phones from the computer and Turn the phone off
3. Select No connection from the connection drop-down menu.
4. From File menu select Open Product.
5. Search for 710 and click Open. RM-803
6. Now connect the phone with it tunred off, it will restart and be detected by the care suite

With the files you downloaded from Navifirm put them in
C:\ProgramData\Nokia\Packages\Products\ create a folder called Rm-803 if its not there

Now you need to rename the product codes of .dcp / .bin / vpl files to match your device code found on the right of nokia care suite product support tool.

Now the files are in place click programming from the tool bar and select refurbish.

Job Done.

I hold no responsibility if you screw your phone up.
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10th February 2012, 11:05 AM   |  #2  
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Nicely done. It might be worth including product codes for unbranded models in the guide, would help people pick the right thing from the huge list in Navifirm.
10th February 2012, 01:56 PM   |  #3  
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I would be there all day as each country has Black and white devices.

You need to pick the firmware with Country Variant, The country you are in and what colour phone you have. There is no Country Variant for the UK yet with the latest 1600.3013.8107.11502 package in NaviFirm but you can download the older version 1600.3007.7740.11465

UK Black Product code 059N2L6
Germany Black Product code 059M5M0
France Black Product code 059N519
Italy Black Product code 059N0V8
Netherlands Black Product code 059N1Q9
Spain Black Product code 059N1M7
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Fair enough, that would take a while, although I suspect no-one is going to care if they flash their phone with black or white variant, what difference can it make anyway?
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I don't think it makes any difference, maybe Nokia have put some different themes in to match the colour of the phone.
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There's no country variant for Canada. What happens if I flash the phone with a with say a UK firmware?

sutt359, are you sure the latest package is 1600.3013.8107.11505? Mine shows 1600.3013.8107.11502.
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It will work fine with UK software. You might find you're missing something Canadian centric, though.
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Canadian centric things, eh? I wonder what UK centric things I would find if I flashed with UK software.
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Hi, im still kinda green to this whole thing (especially to wp7) and do not know how the thanks meter works, I do want to give thanks to sutt359 for this info. I think it will come in handy
12th February 2012, 10:51 AM   |  #10  
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Quote:
Originally Posted by omlets

Canadian centric things, eh? I wonder what UK centric things I would find if I flashed with UK software.

Not a lot, I can't think of anything on my phone. Possibly it's language config?

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