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Chinese Cocktail All info about all chinese phones supported by Multi-box and Multi-box LITE is here. Please use this section for talks about china made phones

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Old 10-23-2007, 10:17   #1 (permalink)
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we need some info about the software of Chinese phones please read here:


i got a lot of models have no arabic and when i read its info i see something like :


Hardware version: MT6226, E02
Hardware version: 6226_HA
Software version: M410.H001.62260612CV
Software date: 2005.04.12


M410.H001.62260612CV

here we can know the software version of the divice but as we all know some models can be flashed with other models flashes, but how can we know which one is better than others in case we could not find the exact software ???

M410.H001.62260612CV
here i can not find any soft with the same name so what can i do ???

please we need some more info about this thing
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Choose correct model and than flash file. You canno flash it with other model files.
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how can i choose correct file from support ????????

in case i search for the same software name but could not find??? can i try to flash another soft to the phone?????
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The answer is so easy to find.
Example if you have Nokia 8800 and at support no flash files for this model and only for N95 ?

You have to use flash files for your model. If you model is not present in list - so maybe yout model is not supported yet.
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but sometimes if we read flash file from a model we find that we read the same name of that soft but from another model too i mean:
we can read for exampl ( M410.H001.62260612CV ) from N73 and we can read the same from other model than N73 so in this case can we use the same flash for these two phones or just look for the exact name as u say ???????????????
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Do you know.. accually flash from other phone can work in the case on:
1. MCU is same
2. Keyboard positions is same ( I mean * and # and other botton )
3. 1 or 2 sim ( must be same )
4. LCD resolution.

So in that cases firmware from other phone can work we think... but for 100% sure - need to spend more time for research and test. And this we do now.
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Is Mpgeg4 D608 Supported By Multi Box If Yes I Need Pinouts It Has Charging Jack Like Samsung 1x18
no this model is not supported.
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Do you know.. accually flash from other phone can work in the case on:
1. MCU is same
2. Keyboard positions is same ( I mean * and # and other botton )
3. 1 or 2 sim ( must be same )
4. LCD resolution.

So in that cases firmware from other phone can work we think... but for 100% sure - need to spend more time for research and test. And this we do now.
great answer anf we need all to start test it
me too ill start
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1TB USB flash drive coming soon

Kingston Technology will soon launch the world's first 1TB flash drive, a USB 3.0 device that is likely to cost more than most computers do.

The company said its "DataTraveler HyperX Predator" will go on sale this quarter, and it is for "users who work with large video or graphics files, or gamers who like to travel with their entire library."

Kingston has already launched a 512GB version.0

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The flash drives feature a metallic casing made from a zinc alloy, and are 72mm long and 27mm across.

Both drives support the current USB 3.0 standard, with read speeds of up to 240MB per second and write speeds up to 160MB per second. They can also revert to the USB 2.0 standard.

Transfer speeds are quickly becoming a bottleneck as graphics processors and standards allow for larger file sizes. High definition video files typically require hundreds of megabytes per minute, while new top-end digital cameras have sensors of over 20 megapixels.

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Kingston said the pricey peripherals are backed by a five-year warranty.

An enhanced version of USB 3.0 that will enable data transfers at up to 10G bits per second, twice the current standard, was announced earlier this week by the USB 3.0 Promoter Group. A conference to discuss the specification will be organized by Intel next month, with a final version to be prepared by the middle of the year.

The current USB 3.0 standard allows for transfer speeds of up to 5G bits per second.
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