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QUALCOMM Models (3G) SGH-Z105x, SGH-Z107x, Z110, Z130, Z140, Z300, Z320i, Z500, Z510, ZM60, ZV10, ZV30, ZX10.

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Old 05-19-2010, 14:55   #61 (permalink)
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if you flsh it without ticking boot option box you get err
but the solution is working 10000000000000000000%%%
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Old 06-10-2010, 03:27   #62 (permalink)
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Hello new here

I have an M8800 and was very annoyed with the Girly screen savers but i found out how to remove the Flowery Pics and some annoying ringtones too.

Download the Firmware that you intend to use first,
Then download WinImage and install,
Download WinImage

Open WinImage and locate the firmware folder (UNZIPPED)

Now locate the File Called FactoryFs_M8800 and open it in WinImage,
Go to the Bottom and double click SystemFS and double click to Open it,
Now head for Media in there you will find Images, Sounds, and enter either,
In either of those Images / sounds they are the Only Ones you need to delete the Selected files from you can extract them first so you Know what you are deleting.
(DO NOT DELEYE THE CONTAINING FOLDERS JUST THE FILES)

Once you have Deleted the Files you can NOW save your work, just hit the Floppy save Button at the top of the screen.

Jobs done Now flash your Phone as Normal and do a reset after and then let it Load up again and do another reset.

All done
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Old 10-13-2010, 01:50   #63 (permalink)
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all links of multiloader and flash files are dead
plz upload it again .. i need to flash my m8800
thanks in advance
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Old 10-20-2010, 16:49   #64 (permalink)
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OK this is the start and l hope that you all will consider and post any newer information.

First thing to always remember, is BACK UP YOUR PHONE, Pictures,wallpapers,music, and any contacts you have saved on your phone. I am not responsible for any damage to you, your phone, computer, or lost of data in this process. This is a guideline intended for professional technicians.
USE AT YOUR OWN RISK!!!
1. USB cable that came with your phone.
2. Samsung PC Studio 3 witch can be found here:
http://www.samsung.com/uk/support/d..._ia_cd=01011800
Install this software first, it contains the drivers for your phone, and has every thing you need for backup.
3. Multiloader v5,50 http://www.4shared.com/file/75565159...ader_V550.html
5. Newest unbrranded firmware MEGAUPLOAD - The leading online storage and file delivery service

-----------------------------Now you are ready to begin-----------------------------------
1. Make sure Samsung PC Studio is installed and communicates with your phone. And unpack the firmware in a folder you can easily find it.
2. Remove the Sim and MicroSD from your phone and replace the battery.
3. With the phone OFF connect the phone and computer with the USB cable.
4. While holding the no. 9 button on the phones key pad, tap the power button, the phone screen will come on black with a red stripe that says "Download" ( For Tocco and Pixon users : Hold down the "Volume -" button on the left side, and the "Camera" button on the right, then press the "Power" button = all three buttons need to be pressed together. Your phone should start up into a red\blue on black bootloader screen.)

5. Now run MultiLoader v5.33
6. Select the radio button that includes MSM6275/MSM6280.

7. Select Boot Change and Full Download.
8. Then click Boot, and select the boot files from the unpacked firmware folder.

9. Click the Amss, Rsrc1, and Rsrc2.
10. Then press the Factory FS tab, and select the appropriate files from the firmware folder also.
11. Select (Low).r2c NOT (Mid).r2c. (Phone may not restart if you select mid)
12. FOTA and ETC fields are left blank.

13. Click the Port Search button, it will find your phone and show the com port is ready.
14.Click the download button and be patient, this will take a few minutes to complete.

15.When it's finished, it will show "ok complete".

16.Unplug the phone from the USB cable, reinstall the sim, MicroSD, and power up the the phone.
17. Now with every thing complete, perform a hard reset by typing *2767*3855# into the hand set.
18. When the phone resets type *#1234# into your handset to check your new firmware ver.
hi buudy thanks for post
i did flash m8800 its work 100%
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Old 10-28-2010, 02:58   #65 (permalink)
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Hi all.

I'm new to flashing the Pixon but I've debranded and unlocked a few PalmOne handsets.

I have a copy of the multiloader and a recent M8800 firmware.

Am I corrrect in asuming that flashing a new firmware into the M8800 won't unlock the SIMLock?

In fact, do I need to unlock the SIMLock before I try to flash?

How important is it to use the original USB cable? Are there problems with aftermarket ones? (The phone i am hoping to flash didn't come to me with a cable)

Thanks guys (and girls)
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Old 11-03-2010, 17:10   #66 (permalink)
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Talking

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Originally Posted by kronos1 View Post
OK this is the start and l hope that you all will consider and post any newer information.

First thing to always remember, is BACK UP YOUR PHONE, Pictures,wallpapers,music, and any contacts you have saved on your phone. I am not responsible for any damage to you, your phone, computer, or lost of data in this process. This is a guideline intended for professional technicians.
USE AT YOUR OWN RISK!!!
1. USB cable that came with your phone.
2. Samsung PC Studio 3 witch can be found here:
http://www.samsung.com/uk/support/d..._ia_cd=01011800
Install this software first, it contains the drivers for your phone, and has every thing you need for backup.
3. Multiloader v5,50 4shared.com - free file sharing and storage
5. Newest unbrranded firmware MEGAUPLOAD - The leading online storage and file delivery service

-----------------------------Now you are ready to begin-----------------------------------
1. Make sure Samsung PC Studio is installed and communicates with your phone. And unpack the firmware in a folder you can easily find it.
2. Remove the Sim and MicroSD from your phone and replace the battery.
3. With the phone OFF connect the phone and computer with the USB cable.
4. While holding the no. 9 button on the phones key pad, tap the power button, the phone screen will come on black with a red stripe that says "Download" ( For Tocco and Pixon users : Hold down the "Volume -" button on the left side, and the "Camera" button on the right, then press the "Power" button = all three buttons need to be pressed together. Your phone should start up into a red\blue on black bootloader screen.)

5. Now run MultiLoader v5.33
6. Select the radio button that includes MSM6275/MSM6280.

7. Select Boot Change and Full Download.
8. Then click Boot, and select the boot files from the unpacked firmware folder.

9. Click the Amss, Rsrc1, and Rsrc2.
10. Then press the Factory FS tab, and select the appropriate files from the firmware folder also.
11. Select (Low).r2c NOT (Mid).r2c. (Phone may not restart if you select mid)
12. FOTA and ETC fields are left blank.

13. Click the Port Search button, it will find your phone and show the com port is ready.
14.Click the download button and be patient, this will take a few minutes to complete.

15.When it's finished, it will show "ok complete".

16.Unplug the phone from the USB cable, reinstall the sim, MicroSD, and power up the the phone.
17. Now with every thing complete, perform a hard reset by typing *2767*3855# into the hand set.
18. When the phone resets type *#1234# into your handset to check your new firmware ver.


massive thank you, it works like a breeze. how ever the i downloaded multiloader 5.56 from rapidshare as no file was availabe on 4shared. here's the link:
RapidShare AG, Cham, Switzerland
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Old 11-03-2010, 17:18   #67 (permalink)
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Hi all.

I'm new to flashing the Pixon but I've debranded and unlocked a few PalmOne handsets.

I have a copy of the multiloader and a recent M8800 firmware.

Am I corrrect in asuming that flashing a new firmware into the M8800 won't unlock the SIMLock?

In fact, do I need to unlock the SIMLock before I try to flash?

How important is it to use the original USB cable? Are there problems with aftermarket ones? (The phone i am hoping to flash didn't come to me with a cable)

Thanks guys (and girls)
hi mate,
you're right flashing has got nothing to do with unlocking. and as they are two completely independent procedures it doesn't matter which one you do first.
you can use any USB cable, as long as pc suit recognizes the phone you've got no problem.
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Old 11-03-2010, 17:19   #68 (permalink)
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all links of multiloader and flash files are dead
plz upload it again .. i need to flash my m8800
thanks in advance
here's one, tried and tested:

RapidShare AG, Cham, Switzerland
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Old 12-02-2010, 10:54   #69 (permalink)
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You need to enter the bootloader screen before plugging the phone into the computer.
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Old 02-15-2011, 03:41   #70 (permalink)
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After flashed phone, it starts again and again....
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Old 10-02-2011, 10:38   #71 (permalink)
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thanks it works for me
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where is m8800 flah file link broken please re upload
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