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[Tutorial] How to flash an Lumia device

Preamble








Introducing

By following this tutorial part by part, step by step, information by information, you are going flash your Lumia device in a different way, new for the general public. To do this, you are going use the Windows Phone Image Designer software developed by Microsoft, provided with Windows Driver Kit (WDK) 10. But why not keep using the Microsoft Care Suite software? The answer is double:
  • this software has not received any new updates to support new Lumia devices recently marketed;

  • this software is beginning to be exceeded (however, this second reason is more subjective than objective).
The Windows Phone Image Designer software can be particular used by manufacturers (called OEMs) of Windows Phone devices, for install their system image (called ROM) in their device. It exist even an official documentation written by Microsoft. So we'll just use these components ourselves.

This software uses the Microsoft FFU Download Mode to flash your Lumia device. This mode being generic, it is theoretically capable of functioning for all devices, whatever of the OEM, with Windows Phone 8 and higher like operating system (OS). However, currently this tutorial only applies to Lumia devices.

To note that if you have an Lumia device that is branded AT&T and that you wish flash him an non-AT&T ROM, so follow this tutorial written by @pankaj981 on Windows Central. But if this is not the case, then you can continue to following this tutorial.

Once opened, it is possible that multiple Internet links, included in this tutorial, display various ads. To access at the real content of an Internet link, it enough of ignore the different advertisements and of wait approximately 5 seconds, then of click the yellow button being at the top right of the screen. If you do not know how do this, you can watch this video.

Don't hesitate to post your feedback by message on this thread. Lastly, note that I have also written this tutorial in French on the MonWindowsPhone forum.


Caution

The XDA-Developers community, her representatives (staff), her members, Microsoft, myself, or any other entity/person whatever it is, can't in no case be responsible in case of any damage to your Lumia device following the use of this tutorial. Concerning the warranty following the use of this tutorial, please look the frequently asked questions (FAQ).

The utilization of the Windows Phone Image Designer software could produce a bricking of your Lumia device. However and to information, the utilization of the Lumia Software Recovery Tool software and/or of the Windows Phone Recovery Tool software could produce the same result.

I highly recommend of accomplish this tutorial on a PC with a separate alimentation of the sector, this for to palliate at the possible power outages that could result, at a critical moment, a major dysfunctional of your Lumia device. For example, a laptop PC has an integrated battery. Also, fully charge the battery of your Lumia device.

Of course, the installation of an new ROM into your Lumia device will result in deleting any data. So remember to backup all your user content. For those who have a Lumia device incorporating a Micro-SD card, I recommend to remove it throughout the course of this tutorial.

Lastly, I highly recommend to read correctly and entirely the differents steps of this tutorial, because the important informations are written.


Information about the sharing and/or the translation of this tutorial

If you wish, you can share and/or translate the totality of this tutorial. However, there is few necessary conditions at this. Thus, in your thread:
  • indicate clearly the author of the original tutorial;
  • provide an Internet link redirecting to the original tutorial (source) clearly visible;
  • if the screenshots are those of the original tutorial, don't remove the XDA-Developers watermark;
  • don't re-upload the Lumia_Flash_Tools.zip archive elsewhere. In others terms, keep the original download link (available on this tutorial) for this archive.
If you respect these few necessary conditions, so you can send me an private message, or post an message on this thread, indicating the Internet link of your thread for that I included you in the thanking.


Structure of tutorial

I have tried to write this tutorial of manner clear, comprehensive and simple, this for that the largest number of you can achieve this tutorial easily and without clutters. The tutorial is written in six parts, each consisting of a specific theme:Various screenshots are included in this tutorial to provide an visual support. These are presented under miniatures forms for keep some clarity. However, be aware that you can click on the screenshots to enlarge them, thus displaying an image definition of 1080 x 1920 pixels (Full HD) at maximum.

Various numbers appear in the text and are reproduced on the screenshots. An number corresponds to an action and/or an information described textually and visually.

To better accompany this tutorial, the Lumia 620 will be my example. The ROM that I go flash in this Lumia device is 059R8T5 RM-846 VAR EU-EN FRANCE CV. Understand that this is only an example and that this tutorial is compatible with all Lumia devices with Windows Phone 8 and higher like operating system (OS).

If you have questions concerning this tutorial, you can read the frequently asked questions (FAQ). She can certainly answer at the most of your questions. In the event that she does not respond to your request, you can of course post an message on this thread, in giving a maximum of details.


Status of the servers

The ROMs are available on the servers belonging at Microsoft, to they can be downloaded by anyone. The servers must be available at any time and for anyone in the world. However, it may happen that they do not function as they should, this for many reasons, thus altering the availability of various data. Of same, the data transmission rate can fluctuate. For information purposes only, I can inform you of the current status of servers. It can take three forms:
  • available;
  • partially available;
  • unavailable.
Current status of the servers: available (last checking performed the 25/06/2015).


Thread by the Numbers

Of by this subtitle directly inspired of the Microsoft by the Numbers, here are some statistics concerning this tutorial that I wish you present. The number of reading of the tutorial is used as the base main of calcul, to provide various statistical thereafter.
  • This is the most popular thread of various sections Windows Phone 8 and higher existing (included devices).
  • More than half a million corresponds approximately at the number of readings that counts this tutorial. So this is potentially the same number of users who have flashed their Lumia device.
  • 3 000 000 corresponds approximately at the number of minutes spent to flash with this tutorial, if we put endwise time spent by each user.
  • 900 000 corresponds approximately at the number of GiB of data downloaded from the servers that where are stored the ROMs with through this tutorial, if we put endwise each GiB that each user has downloaded.
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Prerequisites

For accomplish this tutorial, it is indispensable that you get different prerequisites. Thus, all that you will need is mentioned below:
  • Download the LumiaFlashTools.zip archive. You can access at the informations (such as its size or its MD5 hash) of this file via this Internet link.

  • The ROMs are identified by an information called product code. You must determine the ROM that you want to flash. To do so, it is imperative to read the annex post dedicated.
Decompression of the archive

You must decompress the LumiaFlashTools.zip archive that was previously downloaded. Once this decompression performed, you will have access at the LumiaFlashTools folder containing:
  • the Driver subfolder;

  • the NaviFirm+ subfolder;

  • the Readme.txt file text;

  • the WPID subfolder.
Installation of the required driver

For that your PC detects your Lumia device, it is necessary to install what is called a driver. This is indispensable for that your PC and your Lumia device can communicate and interact together (interoperability).
  1. The driver that we will install, required so that your PC detects your Lumia device, being non-digitally signed, you must performed an manipulation that aims to temporarily disable driver signature enforcement. To do so:

    • if your PC is equipped of Windows 7, follow this tutorial;
    • otherwise, if your PC is equipped of Windows 8 and higher, follow this tutorial.

  2. Once that the disable driver signature enforcement is performed, you must access to the ..\LumiaFlashTools\Driver directory and execute the Install.bat batch file (1).



  3. The window Device Driver Installation Wizard appears. Click on the Next button (2). The Installation of the driver begins. If a window Windows Security appears showing the Windows can't verify the publisher of this driver software message, click so on the Install this driver software anyway button (3).



  4. The installation of the driver ends. Thus, an message tells you that it is ready to use (4). Click then on the Finish button (5).



  5. This part of this tutorial being finished, you can henceforth follow the third part written below.
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Utilization of the NaviFirm+ software

The ROMs are available on the servers belonging at Microsoft, under form of FFU file, you can download them in different ways. The NaviFirm+ software is particularly used to access these servers. In its free version, this software allows download only the latest version of the ROM on servers, this in according to an input information called product code.
  1. Access to the "..\Lumia Flash_Tool\NaviFirm+" directory and execute the "NaviFirmPlus.exe" program (1).



  2. The "NaviFirm Plus" window appears and also an superimposed window "Account Setup". As for this tutorial a free account is more than enough, simply click on the "Cancel" button if you don't have a paid account (2).



  3. Enter the product code that you have chose in the intended zone for this effect, then press the "Enter" key on your keyboard (3). Click on the "Unmark All" button (4), and select only the FFU file identifiable by his ".ffu" extension (5).



  4. Click on the "Download" button (6).



  5. Thus, the FFU file that you have select is progressively downloaded.



  6. Wait the complete end of the download, thus the FFU file should be totally in green color. If it was not correctly downloaded properly, it will red color, then repeat the download.



  7. This part of this tutorial being finished, you can henceforth follow the fourth part written below.
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Booting your Lumia device

To continue this tutorial, it is necessary to booting your Lumia device in the Microsoft FFU Download Mode. To do so, follow the five steps mentioned below.
  1. Turn off your Lumia device.

  2. Press and hold the volume up and power buttons.

  3. When your Lumia device starts, release the power button while continuing to maintain the volume up button.

  4. After a few seconds, an image composed of a white lightning and a white gear wheel appear on your screen. At this time, release the volume up button.

  5. Lastly, connect your Lumia device at your PC, this one should simply detect it.
Installation of the ROM

The most important part of this tutorial will begin, but it is also the most critical. You go use the Windows Phone Image Designer software for flash your Lumia device.
  1. Execute the "Start.bat" batch file located:

    • in the "..\Lumia_Flash_Tools\WPID\x86" directory if your PC is equipped of an Windows with an x86/32-bit architecture (1);



    • in the "..\Lumia_Flash_Tools\WPID\x64" directory if your PC is equipped of an Windows with an x64/64-bit architecture (1);


    If you don't know how determine which is the architecture of your Windows, you can read the frequently asked questions (FAQ). As far as I am concerned, I've a PC that is equipped of an Windows with an x64/64-bit architecture.

  2. The "Windows Phone Image Designer" window appears and also two batch windows (don't close it, otherwise it will result in also close the software). Select the "Flash a Windows Phone image onto your phone" option (2), and click on the "Next" button (3).



  3. As you have connected your Lumia device in Microsoft FFU Download Mode at your PC, the software should detect it as "x.MSMx.x.x.x" where the different "x" are variable in according on the connected Lumia device (4). If your Lumia device hasn't been automatically detected by the software, you can click on the refresh button (5). Then click on the "Change" button (6).



  4. The superimposed windows "Open" appears. Since this window, access to the "..\Lumia_Flash_Tools\NaviFirm+\Fw\059xxxx" directory (where the different "x" are variable in according on the downloaded ROM). Select then the FFU file that you previously downloaded (7), and click on the "Open" button (8).



  5. Click on the "Flash" button (9). The software then proceeds at flash, in your Lumia device, of the ROM that you previously selected.




  6. A few minutes later, the installation process terminates. The software indicates then that the ROM you selected has been installed in your Lumia device.



  7. Your Lumia device should restart automatically, integrating then the ROM that you just flash him. You can then disconnect him from your PC.
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Explanations Lumia devices product type, product code, ROM, updates, etc
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Explanations Lumia devices product type, product code, ROM, updates, etc









Introducing

The Product Type and Product Code are used to identify the origin of the Nokia devices ROM (in our case, the Nokia Lumia Windows Phone 8). They are also used for downloading the Nokia Lumia Windows Phone 8 ROM in using [Tutorial] Unbrand (flash) Lumia devices. At the end of this thread, you'll know why there is a differences between each ROM when deploying updates (OTA and FOTA) of Microsoft and of OEMs (manufacturers). Also, You'll know what is a Product Type and Product Code of Nokia, how to differentiate/recognize, what they are and how to flash. And a list of Product Type and Product Code is available a bit lower.


The product type

He composed, himself, under the form RM-xxx (where xxx is only three digits, eg RM-821 is one of the Product Type of the Nokia Lumia 920). Each Product Type corresponds to different physical features (hardware) such as networks frequency, which are different for different regions of the world (divided into several large parts). The Product Type can be "virtually" changed / flashed, but only in specific cases (same device, unlocked bootloader (maybe?), etc). This would imply, necessarily, of change/flash also Product Code because it is defined by the Product Type. However, this was not very useful because some capabilities are lost due to hardware and/or software. A list of Product Type and Product Code is available here a little further down.


The product code

He composed, himself, under the form 059xxxx (where xxxx is usually an alphanumeric combination, eg 059Q8C2 is a Product Code of Nokia Lumia 920 RM-821). Each Product Code indicates origin and corresponds to a particular and specific region of the world: a country, a mobile operator, etc. The Product Code can be "virtually" changed/flashed with far fewer restrictions than Product Type (see below).


The "description"

Undoubtedly the part of this thread, the most longest to explain. A "description" is increment at the Product Code and at the Product Type. This gives: Product Code + Product Type + Description. Note that there is not a "+" normally, it is just for example. It is the combination of these three products that shape completely and truly a Product Code. The description is very important because without, it we would not know corresponds what this such or such Product Code, which would be a pity, of course.

But, what this description is composed? Well, it is actually composed of some variable information (series of words, most of which are initials) we indicating the source of the ROM (because yes, at Nokia, Product Code = ROM). Some information is easy to guess/find, others a little less, it's like that (myself, I do not know them all).
  • Example of a Complete Product Code (059V276 RM-937 VAR EURO FR CV BLACK) under infographic form (click on the images to enlarge):

    So, we can see that this Product Code is principally a variant for the RM-937 (Nokia Lumia 1520) black color, unbranded/naked, located in Europe and specifically in France.
  • Another example of a complete Product Code (059S559 RM-915 VAR APAC AU TELSTRA SL) under infographic form (click on the images to enlarge):

    So, we can see that this Product Code is principally a variant for the RM-915 (Nokia Lumia 520), SIM Locked and branded on the Telstra mobile operator, located in Asia-Pacific and specifically in Australia.
List of Product Type corresponding to such or such Nokia Lumia:
If you want to know what is your Hardware Product Type, then it is usually inscribed physically or in/on the drawer of the SIM card or in/on one MicroSD card. You can also look at what it is on the Internet (you can look here just below).
List of region code in the world:
  • APAC = Asia-Pacific
  • EU / EURO / EURO1 / EURO2 = Europe
  • IMEA / MEA = Middle East and Africa
  • LATAM / LTA = Latin American
  • NAM = North American
  • Etc ...
List of country codes under ISO official form:
List of country codes available on the official website of the ISO standards.
List of mobile operators in the world:
List of mobile operator available on Wikipedia.
List of color codes:
  • BLACK
  • GREEN
  • GREY
  • RED
  • WHITE
  • YELLOW
  • Etc ...
List of other information that maybe mentioned:
  • 16GB, 32GB, 64GB, etc ... = A simple reference to determine the amount of memory available in the system (because there are variations of memory size, are generally operators variant).
  • GLOBAL = Product Code which incorporates most of the global information/settings (this is a Product Code which is almost never updated).
  • SL = SIM Locked
  • Etc ...

Branded, unbranded, you have said a difference?

And a big difference! Mobile operators love to create firmware to integrate in the ROM. Generally, they are useless and poorly built for at final weigh down the whole system, hoping that you will use their sometimes questionable application. Moreover, most users seek to remove this embarrassing firmware.

At best, under Windows Phone, they will make an accent color in more (typically the color of their logo) but they do not all do. In parallel, they incorporate a lot of little unnecessary parameters. No need to mention the fact that some mobile operators (I would not give names, but they are very recognizable) remove some features. Also, the updates are strictly deployed by the mobile operator itself: hence their deployment takes forever. Branded, is the term given to this very common practice for most mobile operators.

But good news: we can unbranded our terminals, that is to say, make the device "naked". It turns out that this term is the exact opposite branded practice. No firmware operator, in the case of Windows Phone, it is 100% clean of Microsoft and of OEM. Moreover, the VVM (Visual VoiceMail) are integrated if available for the country/operator. For updates, it is directly OEMs who give the green light to Microsoft. You'll probably including: totally prefer unbranded/naked Product Code!



Availability of FOTA/OTA updates

If you do not know, the availability of updates OTA (Over The Air) and FOTA (Firmware Over The Air) is directly influenced by the ROM integrated at your device Windows Phone 8. The cause? A registry key whose value differs from the ROM to another, depending on the country (unbranded/naked) and/or mobile operator (branded).

Indeed, if you are, for example for Nokia Lumia, in a Hong Kong Product Code while you wait for the deployment of updates to France, you may, I fear, long wait. Another example: if you are under a branded Product Code Orange France, deployment updates shalt be slower and you may, again, wait long, in conversely that if you were under the French unbranded/naked Product Code.

This is valid for all Windows Phone as well as WP7.x and WP8.x (that this whether HTC, Huawei, Nokia, Samsung, etc ...).



But then, what product code/ROM is better for me?

Good question. Well it depends on a couple of things... I urge you to flash a Product Code that corresponds above all to your device, your country and is unbranded/naked. Even if I repeat, never take a branded Product Code, it is a golden rule and everyone will tell you (if unbranded/naked is available for you)! Third thing that enters into account, although this is irrelevant if you are mistaken: the color of your Nokia Lumia Windows Phone 8.

To help choose the correct Product Code, I created a listing of most of the Product Code Nokia Lumia Windows Phone 8, available here a little further down.



The hardware product code

As you know, we can change/flasher of Product Code (to the extent possible and of the device type). However, this does not mean that the Hardware Product Code (Product Original Code, generally inscribed physically on/in the drawer of the SIM card or on/in one MicroSD card) will be changed. Clearly, the Hardware Product Code will not change, whatever you do! That said, it has no impact on the flashed Product Code: in fact, ​​in it is just there to remember "who he is, what is her name" and be able to easily re-flash if necessary. I would not speak of Hardware Product Type, but know that the principle remains the same.


What are ways to flash a product code/ROM?

There are a lot of ways, diverse and varied, to change/flash a Product Code, som less official than others. That is why I would treat two means provided by Nokia itself:
  • Nokia Care Suite, the with lots of features, can do a lot of manipulation. You can, download any Product Code (by entering the correct settings), read the IMEI, re-flash the Hardware Product Code, flashed (change/unbranded) any Product Code (to the extent possible and types), debriked/repaired, perform hardware tests, generate error reports, and much more.
  • Nokia Software Recovery Tool, allows download, flash and debricked/repaired the only Hardware Product Code. But, its UI (User Interface) is very simplistic.

List of Lumia devices product type and product code
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What about the warranty if I proceed to the tutorial?


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Can I sim-unlock my Lumia device with this tutorial?


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What can I do with this tutorial?


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My Lumia device is detected by my PC as "QHSUSB_DLOAD"


If your Lumia device is bricked, and that your PC detects it as "QHSUSB_DLOAD", the Windows Phone Image Designer software can't it unbrick. Thus, several choices are available to you:
  • buy all the necessary hardware to exploit the Joint Test Action Group (JTAG) port of your Lumia device;
  • change by yourself the mainboard of your Lumia device;
  • do change the mainboard of your Lumia device by an certified/specialized service.

An error message is indicated by the software, what to do?


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My Lumia device is not detected by the software, how can I fix this?


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Can I downgrade with this tutorial?


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Can I unbrick my Lumia device with this tutorial?


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Why flash?


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@anaheiim have you tried this recently? I tried to grab some firmware for the Lumia 521 for TMO and it wouldn't let me download the firmware. It keeps saying "Access is denied. Verify credentials." when you click the download button.

Looking at the exchange through Fiddler, I got the direct link for the ffu and was able to download it no problem via my web browser. I am hoping this is just a temporary server issue, but anecdotal posts indicate it's been broken for at least a couple of weeks.
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You have installed "UserGroupsConfiguration"?

yes. I tried the one in in the OP as well as a few others. Everything works until you actually hit the download button. When you do, it says it was added to queue then pops up an "access is denied" error. (Then the program crashes due to poor error handling.) It looks like they deprecated the soap calls GetVariant3, GetVariant4, GetVariant, GetVariant5, and GetVariant2. Analyzing the actual packet it claims the server returned is a 500 - Internal Server error. The call at the beginning of the exchange for "GetVariantAll" works fine and returns all the URLs needed for download, so I am not sure why the additional calls are necessary.
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yes. I tried the one in in the OP as well as a few others. Everything works until you actually hit the download button. When you do, it says it was added to queue then pops up an "access is denied" error. (Then the program crashes due to poor error handling.) It looks like they deprecated the soap calls GetVariant3, GetVariant4, GetVariant, GetVariant5, and GetVariant2. Analyzing the actual packet it claims the server returned is a 500 - Internal Server error. The call at the beginning of the exchange for "GetVariantAll" works fine and returns all the URLs needed for download, so I am not sure why the additional calls are necessary.

For me, it works.
Try with this UserGroupsConfiguration.
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