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[APP] Navifirm : Firmware Downloader

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3rd November 2012, 09:41 PM   |  #1  
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Although already posted in the unlocking section.

Download firmware for your Nokia 920 through this software.

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4th November 2012, 01:03 AM   |  #2  
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Although already posted in the unlocking section.

Download firmware for your Nokia 920 through this software.

Can we de-brand a Rogers Lumia using this as well? Thanks for your input and contributions
4th November 2012, 10:34 PM   |  #3  
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Can we de-brand a Rogers Lumia using this as well? Thanks for your input and contributions

I would be interested in cross-flashing to a different firmware too since I ordered my Lumia 920 here in Germany and so it is very likely to come with that annoying EU imposed volume cap in place.

I would really love to put some non-EU firmware on my phone to get rid of that stupid cap ...

So any information about flashing to a different varian/firmware would be highly appreciated

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7th November 2012, 09:50 AM   |  #4  
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Thank you very much for this..
Im now considering buying a cyan sim free from best buy and importing it into the UK as it looks like it might be possible to get the device unlocked based on what I have seen posted elsewhere
8th November 2012, 01:52 PM   |  #5  
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Does it mean that I can buy t-mob and use it everywhere I need with wcdma or gsm?

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9th November 2012, 09:30 AM   |  #6  
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Originally Posted by karlmueller

I would be interested in cross-flashing to a different firmware too since I ordered my Lumia 920 here in Germany and so it is very likely to come with that annoying EU imposed volume cap in place.

I would really love to put some non-EU firmware on my phone to get rid of that stupid cap ...

So any information about flashing to a different varian/firmware would be highly appreciated

thx

karlmueller

What "volume cap" are you talking about? Mine is from Germany and I have no cap whatsoever ...
9th November 2012, 03:33 PM   |  #7  
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What "volume cap" are you talking about? Mine is from Germany and I have no cap whatsoever ...

You can't see the volume cap you can only hear it and to notice it you would need a non-capped device to compare their maximum volumes.

Unfortunately I'm still waiting for my Lumia 920 so I can't deff say if it's affected but for all the HTC Windows Mobile Phones I had so far the full volume setting wasn't nearly as loud with an EU based ROM as it was with a non-EU ROM.

As long as you only listen to "professionally recorded" / purchased music it's not a problem because with this even the EU-capped maximum volume is loud enough (unless you want to kill your ears of course).

But when you have non-professional live bootlegs from concerts you can't really listen to them with an EU-capped phone - at least not when you're in a noisy environment like out on the street.
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Haven't figured out how i'm going to use it or get my lumia 920 unlocked yet but i'm seeing errors on 1232.2110.1244.3011 using EE firmware for white phone, DC_template_development_v4.bin causes a big .net exception
prd_signed.ffu dies at about 14% everytime you download with a webclient error, could be just nokia resetting the connection
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Haven't figured out how i'm going to use it or get my lumia 920 unlocked yet but i'm seeing errors on 1232.2110.1244.3011 using EE firmware for white phone, DC_template_development_v4.bin causes a big .net exception
prd_signed.ffu dies at about 14% everytime you download with a webclient error, could be just nokia resetting the connection

Be interested to see if you fix this mate..
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DC_template_development_v4.binWhat is the product number you are using to download?

Is this file any good? Its from the Yellow UK firmware:DC_template_development_v4
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