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By Bph&co, Senior Member on 26th April 2012, 01:57 PM
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Hi,

New NSS beta is available for download. It will implement installing and restoring
of the bootloader as single click solution. Although the Qcom loader could be
installed via normal flashing, it is much easier this way. Also recovery is intended
to save manual hex editing or cmd line commands.

1. Download the new version
2. Extract to a folder, start the program
3. Insert the 2 loaders in \loaders\special\wp7\ - the qualcom file: RM803_12w07_prod_generic_nokia_osbl.esco,
posted by xorizont here , second file: RM803_11w48_prod_raw_nokia_osbl.bin attached (unzip first)
4. Go to Flashing->WP7 Tools

You are ready to play. Quick description:

- Read PMM button - reads the PMM partition with Nokia specific values(product
code, MAC addresses, et), you can edit in the boxes
- Write PMM button - writes back to the partition a selected value (via Update
checkbox)

Install button - use this to quickly install Qcom loader on 710(no way to load on
800 as the cert is checked)

Parse FS button - you can use this to test NSS partition parser and compare
against 3rd party tool, to make sure something catastrophically wrong will not
happen during recovery

Restore button - This will attempt to recover the Nokia production loader (so called DLOAD)
via raw NAND write into partition 2 of the connected phone. Make
sure you start in Normal mode as NSS will need to check phone type and battery
value (to make sure wrong file is not written to 800, or if the battery is critically
low)

Please keep in mind, this is a Beta version, it has been tested only on one phone
and is possible to be a major phone killer, so thread lightly. It is offered as it is,
with the hope of being useful, and I can't be held responsible for fatal results.

My best recommendation is to check the partitions after write/recovery with
3rd party tool and make sure all is ok before restarting the phone power. All this
until some recovery method is found (if somebody has found flashing routines in
SECBOOT or other loader, pls PM me).

BR, Chris
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26th April 2012, 02:40 PM |#2  
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Thanks for this nice tool!

I just wanted to stress that:

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- Read PMM button - reads the PMM partition with Nokia specific values(product
code, MAC addresses, et), you can edit in the boxes
- Write PMM button - writes back to the partition a selected value (via Update
checkbox)

Are only possible when the phone has the qualcomm loader right? Because only then it's possible to overwrite the values using the NAND access mode (Qualcomm MSD).
26th April 2012, 03:01 PM |#3  
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Hi,

Yes, only in NAND mode, on phones that have it. If you have Nokia DLOAD loader
and not hacked phone, you can only read those value via JSON call to NCSD appl.
There isn't any method coded to change them in Normal mode(at least i did not
find one yet).

BR
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26th April 2012, 03:38 PM |#4  
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Originally Posted by Bph&co

Hi,

Yes, only in NAND mode, on phones that have it. If you have Nokia DLOAD loader
and not hacked phone, you can only read those value via JSON call to NCSD appl.
There isn't any method coded to change them in Normal mode(at least i did not
find one yet).

BR

It's good to see there is now a userfriendly way of doing stuff like this. Thanks again
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26th April 2012, 03:43 PM |#5  
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now all we need is a tool to write an .nb file with one click. can one do it?
26th April 2012, 05:22 PM |#6  
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now all we need is a tool to write an .nb file with one click. can one do it?

To be honest i have no idea how that exactly works - is there a need for a file
system parser and proper replacing of a file, or just writting to a const location
in the last partition.

The mount never worked on my Ubuntu install(and i am complete Linux newbie).
26th April 2012, 05:48 PM |#7  
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Originally Posted by Bph&co

To be honest i have no idea how that exactly works - is there a need for a file
system parser and proper replacing of a file, or just writting to a const location
in the last partition.

The mount never worked on my Ubuntu install(and i am complete Linux newbie).

Thanks God. there is someone else like me in linux.( humor, no offense ofcourse ;) )
mate i have no idea how it works. nobody wants to write a very accurate tutorial.
not being able to flash the custom rom was the reason that i reverted my bootloader.
26th April 2012, 05:49 PM |#8  
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To unlock bootloader I used to NCS and firmware posted by xorizont. So how make connection under Windows7 before flash xorizont's firmware if Nokia is in DLOAD mode?
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27th April 2012, 06:32 AM |#9  
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this is very helpfull for many people to get to qulcomm on 710!

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27th April 2012, 07:33 AM |#10  
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So You are able to load Qualcomm B. via NSS even if on the moment I have got DLOAD?
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Hi,

New Beta - 0.47.1 - with ability to write moded OS files(.nb).

OS File button - select .nb file

Write OS button - loads the file onto the last partition (change to OSBL mode first)

As with the previous beta - make sure you check the partion parser for errors.
Write will be verified, but not the exact write address, so maybe good to have a
look with WinHex before restarting the phone.

BR
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