There has been a LOT of unnecessary posts recently from people who cannot be bothered searching starting HERE ON PAGE 59 POST 581 onwards.
I will simply not reply or reply with "Search". Why should I help when people cannot be bothered ATTEMPTING to help themselves?
Also anyone thinking of asking either of the following questions:
1: "After task 29, I get this output in MTTY: Total Bad Block in CE: x"
2: "After task 29, I get this output in MTTY:
ERASE block xxx FAIL !!!
ERASE block xxx FAIL !!!"
(where x is a random number)
This has been asked 100+ times in this thread so this is the final time I will answer:
IT MEANS NOTHING..NADA..ZIP! I have not experienced ANY problem with this output...Please stop asking!
There is a LOT of information in this thread. All you need is the first 4 posts or the search button OR if it is a GENUINE problem post it and I will help!
Over the last couple of weeks, as all of us flashing junkies are continuously flashing devices there has been an increase in "Strange Problems" which to all intents and purposes are just “clog ups” and “bad flashes”
As we all know MTTY is the key here, but I can say from personal experience that this small piece of software is a MASSIVE pain in the ass to get working, i must have tried 15-20 different “recommended” procedures to get it work and all failed.
But I managed to find a failsafe method of getting MTTY working on Vista AND Windows 7, also x86 AND x64!! (I have all 4 windows installations and the methods detailed below worked on all)
NOTE: WORKS WITHOUT DRIVER INSTALL ON XP
If for some reason you cannot got this to work on XP do the following: (Thanks kgerry!!)
if you run XP and you have Problems to connect to USB try following:
1. Launch ActiveSync on PC
2. Go to connection settings
3. Uncheck the Allow USB Connection
4. bring the device to bootloader.
5. Now, run mtty ...
... try again to switch from COM1 to USB and follow the instructions of perfect post 3
Hope it helps ... Kgerry
Here is how this thread works:
Post 1: Description
Post 2: Driver Installation
Post 3: MTTY Instructions For FLASHING FROM INTERNAL STORAGE
Post 4: MTTY Instructions For FLASHING FROM YOU SYSTEM
Reb0rn - for pointing me to the light!
l2tp - for the images
lunasea - for providing me with working drivers
and of course to anyone else I forgot.
I hope this helps people!!