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By vova1609, Account currently disabled on 1st May 2012, 01:09 PM
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1. Install VMwareMOD EDIT Google it
2. Download firmware from this topic: for Lumia 800 , for Lumia 710
3. Download UbuntuMOD EDIT Google it.
4. Start WMvare, than choose Create A new virtual machine.


5. If it asks lock CD-ROM, say YES.
6. Go to VM>Settings>Options>Guest Isolation mark VMCI, click OK

7. Copy os-new.nb to Ubuntu's home folder.

8. Turn off your Lumia, hold pushed VOL + and POWER, plug into your USB, you will feel a short vibration. If Windows asks format USB drive, SAY NO OR IT WILL EXPLODE!

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Links to warez deleted....
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Drivers and Ubuntu are warez now ?
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Drivers and Ubuntu are warez now ?

VMWare could be...
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I know, that's why I didn't mention vmware
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I know, that's why I didn't mention vmware

I guess that's why he removed all links at once.
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Virtualbox works also and it's not warez
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Helpful tutorial. +1 thank you
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I was looking for, thank you very much for the tutotial. Great job.
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Hi there,

thank you, this is a great tutorial. But should i download the 32-bit or the 64-bit ubuntu? (because of drivers?)
My windows os is 7 home premium 64-bit. i'm trying it with VirtualBox.

thx.
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