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|07-29-2008, 12:19||#2 (permalink)|
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in program file , Phoenix , cdma folder
you found NFP file
click on jaf load nfp and select that file and press flash
information about uim and non uim phone is
if your file version is x100 means non uim
if your file version is x150 or more means uim file.
|07-29-2008, 13:14||#3 (permalink)|
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