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Multiloader v5.67 Samsung Bada OS Flasher Software

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26th June 2012, 02:04 AM   |  #1  
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Multiloader.is a downloader software used to flash/install/upgrade ROM or firmware on Samsung phone models that running Bada OS and other models that have supported chipset by multiloader.

Chipset supported by multiloader are MSM6250/MSM6250A, MSM6275/MSM6280/MSM6290, MSM6245/MSM6260, MSM7200A, LSI, BRCM2133, BRCM2153, MDM9200, MSM7x30


How to upgrade Firmware on Samsung Bada phone using multiloader?

There is many models of Samsung phone that using Bada OS such as S8500, S8530, M210s, etc. You can see the complete models here.
Below are example guide to flash/ upgrade ROM/firmware on Samsung Wave S8500 :
  • Samsung Kies need to be installed so S8500 download mode driver will be detected or you can download S8500 Driver here.
  • Download Multiloader V5.67 from link below.
  • Check your S8500 firmware by pressing *#1234# and download suitable S8500 firmware.
  • Check Simlock by pressing *#7465625# and make sure Network lock is OFF. DO NOT flash the firmware if you have S8500 with Network locked since it will make your S8500 phone freezed after upgrade!.
  • Open multiloader V5.67.
  • Select LSI.
  • Tick Full Download if you have boot file on the firmware that you have downloaded or leave it untick if the firmware does not have boot file BUT you need to make sure that the firmware with no boot file are same region with your phone firmware. DO NOT flash the firmware if the firmware boot file is old than phone boot file and DO NOT flash the firmware with no boot file if it different region with your phone firmware, ignoring those will make your S8500 bricked!.
  • Click Boot and select boot firmware file, leave blank if the firmware does not have the boot file.
  • Click Amss and select amss firmware file, leave blank if the firmware does not have the amss file.
  • Click Apps and select apps firmware file, leave blank if the firmware does not have the apps file.
  • Click Rsrc1 and select rsrc1 firmware file.
  • Click Rsrc2 and select rsrc2 firmware file, and make sure to select LOW rsrc2 file .
  • Click Factory FS and select factory fs firmware file, leave blank if the firmware does not have the factory fs file.
  • Click SHP APP and select shp app firmware file.
  • Click CSC and select csc firmware file.
  • Click FOTA and select fota firmware file, leave blank if the firmware does not have the fota file.
  • Click PFS and select pfs firmware file.
  • Put your S8500 into download mode by pressing and holding Volume Down + Camera + Power button while the phone in off state.
  • Plug in USB cable and wait until driver intalled.
  • Click Port Search and make sure your S8500 detected in multiloader.
  • Click Download and do nothing until the process is finished.
  • It’s recomended to do a hard reset on S8500 after upgrade by pressing *2767*3855#.

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Thanx.

Btw... Is someone able to "remove" these "features" from ML to write private infos to handset... like:
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IP address from your PC

Thanx in advance.

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i can't found the pfs file in BADA 2.0 Firmware (India). is it necessary or i can continue flashing?? Thanks.
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Hi
my phone wasn not work properly & when I turn on my phone a blue window was show and after the black page was show( Upload to the PC)

i want to flash my phone but when I click The Download the multiloader said Warring faild...
What am I doing??????????
PLZ HELP ME....
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Multiloader 5.67 UI Messed Up!
I know this is wierd, but the UI of 5.67 is messed up on my PC.

5.65 works just fine, but it is made clear that in order to flash badadroid CM11 v 4.3, Multiloader 5.67 is compulsary. So, my question is that can I use 5.65 instead of 5.67?

Sorry for asking it here, but I dont have necessary permissions to post in the development threads.

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