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Old 09-06-2004, 11:35   #16 (permalink)
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$1000 for whole set should be ok price. Even for beggers.
I think 2500USD would be better price range.

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Old 09-06-2004, 11:39   #17 (permalink)
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License counter stays at 1000 at does not get decreased every time you flash.
So, lincece counter is set to constant value (1000), and doesn't decrease.

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Old 09-06-2004, 14:20   #18 (permalink)
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in Phoenix A15, there is something mentioned of future implementation of "smartcard inside PKD-1" maybe for protection of Nokia propriety software... therefore how this device of Zulea can get around this thing??
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Old 09-06-2004, 14:32   #19 (permalink)
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in Phoenix A15, there is something mentioned of future implementation of "smartcard inside PKD-1" maybe for protection of Nokia propriety software... therefore how this device of Zulea can get around this thing??
No one knows for sure, but the new FPS11 with a smartcard is comming very
soon. Could be a major change, could be just cosmetic.

Let's wait and see.

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Old 09-06-2004, 14:33   #20 (permalink)
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in Phoenix A15, there is something mentioned of future implementation of "smartcard inside PKD-1" maybe for protection of Nokia propriety software... therefore how this device of Zulea can get around this thing??
Is not "smartcard inside PKD-1", more exactly is Smartcard activation support. And Smartcard will be able to use with
FPS-8 boxes, because this boxes have smartcard connector from 2-3 years ago (when was released from Nokia).

On POS (Point of Sale) devices (like FLS4) there is not any place where you can insert smartcard. And from my informations there will not be needed any smartcard for flashing and other regular operations. It will work (maybe) for RPL files calculation (no more need ASK -> RPL from Nokia servers).

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Old 09-06-2004, 17:54   #21 (permalink)
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And from my informations there will not be needed any smartcard for flashing and other regular operations. It will work (maybe) for RPL files calculation (no more need ASK -> RPL from Nokia servers).

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this is from FPS-11 user guide:

FPS-11 is composed of four main blocks:
USB2.0 HUB provides USB connections for each flashing port
Data processing block generates the actual flashing signals
Terminal power supply generates flashing/operating voltages for ports
Main power supply

Nokia smart card SX-2 is necessary for mobile terminal programming using FPS-11.

Smart card refused phone flashing authorization. Following reasons might cause this problem:
1. Smart card has expired.
2. Smart card has been disconnected, even for a very short time.
3. Connection to the smart card has been lost.
Solution:
1. In this release, there is no way to insert the smart card, once it has been removed after the PIN code has been verified. You have to restart Phoenix components.
2. If smart card cannot be detected after startup, it might be damaged.
3. If smart card is detected after startup and PIN code verification succeeds but veryfication fails again, smart card might have expired.

Luciano
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I don't like the part with expiration...
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Old 09-06-2004, 18:04   #22 (permalink)
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With My Compliments.

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Old 09-06-2004, 18:10   #23 (permalink)
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nice picture
you desk is what i like moust realy nice colour

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Old 09-06-2004, 18:22   #24 (permalink)
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nice picture
you desk is what i like moust realy nice colour

sorinm
Sorry but is not my desk and this pic is not made by me...
All credits go to Nokia

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Old 09-06-2004, 18:26   #25 (permalink)
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Smartcard socket is removed at newer FPS-8 devices...
So it seems was a option they kept themself but removed afterwards, so it won`t be used.

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Old 09-06-2004, 21:55   #26 (permalink)
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On POS (Point of Sale) devices (like FLS4) there is not any place where you can insert smartcard. And from my informations there will not be needed any smartcard for flashing and other regular operations. It will work (maybe) for RPL files calculation (no more need ASK -> RPL from Nokia servers).
The new smartcard that is needed in the future can be connected in the FPS-10 / FPS-11, and also in any normal external smartcard reader. So combination FLS-4/4s and smartcard is possible and maybe also needed.

And indeed: it would be very nice to get rid of the email ASK / RPL process via such a way.

The major question is: what is the first model that needs the FPS-10 / FPS-11 and cannot work with the older DCT4 service tools?
The FPS-11 is only now released to let have the bigger service centers a better flash possibility for the current models: 8 indepentdent DCT4 models on 1 PC, a major change for example in comparision with the FPS-8C.
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Old 09-06-2004, 22:18   #27 (permalink)
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Every time when Zulea want to make some money, it looks like
very short time project
In all this must be some trick
We will see, time will show, but everyone who is little longer in mobile phone busines knows every time when Zulea is "in" some project, it SMELLs
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Old 09-07-2004, 07:43   #28 (permalink)
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Every time when Zulea want to make some money, it looks like
very short time project
In all this must be some trick
No trick, the problem is such an project it is really complicated and if is developed by an single person it will take a long time.
He had to extract & debug all FLS function algorithm and to implement in another HW and of course to maintain compatibility with Ph & Wt sw.
Imagine only to test, and after this to manufacture....

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Old 09-07-2004, 07:57   #29 (permalink)
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The cardreader sockets in FPS-8 was ment for userdata backups, but never used!

I read in new bullitins there are USB cardreaders available, so I guess its for "old" tools --> new phoenix
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The cardreader sockets in FPS-8 was ment for userdata backups, but never used!

I read in new bullitins there are USB cardreaders available, so I guess its for "old" tools --> new phoenix
Thing are stating to get confused here:

What memory can have such an smart card to keep few phone user data backups 1-2 Mb? What about Symbian phones with huge user data ?
No chance.
And nothe that Smart card has also limited valability.

Smartcard will not do any things except security function to calc some sec data.

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