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|02-18-2005, 18:05||#1 (permalink)|
Join Date: Feb 2005
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I am having a little problem here. I have a A56 here in Argentina and it is made in Brazil. The version of the firmware I think it was 33, but cannot remember. The goes like this. I followed the steps in order to convert it into C56. When finished, I was having in my hand my new C56 v29. But, as I am a little bit uncomfortable, I knew that I could have 1 MB of memory. Nevertheless, before the first day of being a A56@C56 cell phone owner, I decided to tune the graphics by changing the battery signal and other stuff. While in the process using V-Klay, I stopped to read a pop-up screen telling me that something of the bootcore was going to be overwritten. I omitted that info and continued running patches. Everything was fine, the cellphone was running fine, I was fine, till I searched for the 1 MB patch. Before running it I knew that I should have 1 T9 and 1 dictionay. So, I executed the v-klay using the 1 MB patch, and I was able to have 1 MB, eventhough I thought that it was very important before finishing the job, executing the dict and T9 patch. Here is were everything turns bad. I used the v-klay and introduced in the memory the T9 of less that 128 Kb. I remember the phone turning on, and turning it off, so in order to conclude the job I was doing. And after executing the dict patch, my legs trembled, I started to feel nervous and somehow sick. The phone didnot respond. Took the battery, put the battery. Nothing. Dead. I was numb. My father spend $ 130 (I know that it might sound cheap, but I am not a wealthy person. 1 U$S = 2.92 $ Pesos - 1 € = 3.88 $ pesos) buying the cellphone, and in less than a week I broke it.
After all thin explanation, can somebody help me? I want to know step by step in order to make the test point for my cellphone. I want to know every single step in order to bring back to life this puto cellphone. PM me or something. It is urgent and vital for me to solve this issue.
|03-25-2005, 17:48||#2 (permalink)|
Join Date: Dec 2003
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Have you tried re-flashing the phone? Sounds like you have corrupted it with the memory/t9 patch. A re-flash should get it working again.