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Old 04-23-2008, 11:37   #1 (permalink)
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How to flash previously readed (backup) flash file?


I have read Sony Ericsson J110 flash and it is saved in backup*.bin file.
Now I want to reflash (rewrite) this file back to phone, but how to do it? When I try to load that file as firmware it says:
Loading file v.02...
Loading failed, probably damaged data file.

Please tell what to do? How to flash backup file?
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Old 04-23-2008, 19:18   #2 (permalink)
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YES I GOT THE SAME PROBLEM FOR FLASH FILE THAT I HAD READ FROM MOTOROLA C139 AND WHEN I NEED TO REFLASH THE PHONE WITH IT AGAIN I GOT THIS ERROE U EXPLAINED HERE ....

WE WAIT FOR SOME INFO MR.SUPPORTER PLEASE..............

GOOD FLASHING FOR ALL
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You cant flash the complete Backup. Why you want to reflash the Backup? Just flash the specified files... or if you get trouble with the Phone. Just flash the Eeprom.
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hello!

eeprom backup must be loaded as EEPROM.

only eeprom backup can be restored in phone, full backup can not be flahsed back to phone.
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so in this case what can do with this backup????
so it is no need to read it as we can not use it in case something goes wrong.......IS THAT RIGHT?
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I'm talking about full backup, not eeprom. If I can't flash full backup back to phone, then the function "Read flash" is completely useless, isn't it?
I thought the meaning of backup is to restore everything exactly the way it was before doing any changes.

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Old 04-25-2008, 11:11   #7 (permalink)
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I'm talking about full backup, not eeprom. If I can't flash full backup back to phone, then the function "Read flash" is completely useless, isn't it?
I thought the meaning of backup is to restore everything exactly the way it was before doing any changes.
I have made more than thousand of explanation that nobody tried to read.
It's not hard to explain again: you can write eeprom back /o problem.
You can not to write full backup back (to avoid dead phones and a lot of users who start to cry about their lovely phones).
You can send flash backup to support person and we will prepare good files ready for flashing, so you can download it from support area and use for future work.
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can i upload full flashback up to same phone?
( backup of same phone )
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can i upload full flashback up to same phone?
( backup of same phone )
You can upload eeprom backup back.
You can not upload full backup back.
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