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Thread: SGH-T809 to SGH-D820 Flash Made Simple! I'm Here To Help!

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    Talking SGH-T809 to SGH-D820 Flash Made Simple! I'm Here To Help!

    Here's the deal, I took some time out of my day yesterday to heed the crys for help that I have been hearing from so many these last few weeks. I have received many pm's and noticed that a lot of people just don't want to put the effort into figuring this stuff out on their own. So, luckily enough for them, I am here to help.

    Now, all you need to flash your SGH-T809 to the SGH-D820 firmware is the flash cable from phantomgsm on ebay, or to make your own. And to download the .iso file I created.
    Once you have these two things, you can either mount the .iso file using a program like daemon tools http://daemon.alphabravo.org/daemon403-x86.exe or you can burn it to a cd.

    Once the cd is mounted or burned, it will autoplay and a batch file will walk you through the process of flashing your phone. If it does not autorun, just open the disc in my computer and select open "run.bat"

    If you guys have any problems, post them here. Also, let me know what you think!

    Here is the link for the .iso file
    http://rapidshare.de/files/22633006/T809Flash.iso.html

    p.s. this is the FC1 firmware, and it will erase you IMEI number.
    Last edited by andrusk; 06-09-2006 at 11:21 AM.

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    Thanks a lot. Ill be looking for this post once the cable gets here. Not too sure how long it will take coming from Europe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrHunter602
    Thanks a lot. Ill be looking for this post once the cable gets here. Not too sure how long it will take coming from Europe.
    For me, it only took the cable one week to get all the way from scotland to arizona. Pretty quick I think, considering.

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    Thanks bro.

    I'll be trying this soon

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    Andusk, which part of AZ are u in?

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    Quote Originally Posted by zerohanzo
    Andusk, which part of AZ are u in?
    In east chandler, right off the santan freeway. It's such a sweet new freeway

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    Just got the cable...They are fast. Ill give this a shot tonight.

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    Sweet dude. Let us know how it goes!

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    Hope that freeway isnt filled with speed cameras like 101, I was lucky that i only got a warning letter few months ago on 101.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zerohanzo
    Hope that freeway isnt filled with speed cameras like 101, I was lucky that i only got a warning letter few months ago on 101.
    I hear ya on that! I drive the 101 every day through Hollywood

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    Quote Originally Posted by DrKnute
    I hear ya on that! I drive the 101 every day through Hollywood
    He's talking about the 101 in arizona, not the 101 in california.

    But yeah, there's no cameras on it yet, I sure hope that chandler doesn't stoop that low.

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    I figured that, which is why I said Hollywood. There are cameras all over Los Angeles.

    I was just commenting cause I share his frustration with the cameras.

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    Ahh, I see. no prob


    Also note once you flash your phone you will need to re-enter the tzones and mms settings found here.

    T-Mobile , T-Zones
    Proxy Settings
    1) Go to your browser settings on the main menu
    2) Select "Settings"
    3) Adjust the settings of one of the given preset programs to the following:
    Profile name: T-Zones (that's mine, you can name yours whatever)
    Home URL: http://wap.myvoicestream.com
    Bearer: GPRS only
    Proxy: Enable
    then select the GPRS settings tab
    IP address: 216.155.165.50
    Port: 8080
    APN: wap.voicestream.com
    Login/Password: LEAVE BLANK
    MMS Settings
    1) Go to your messages setting on the main menu
    2) Select "Multimedia Messages"
    3) Select "Settings"
    4) Select "MMS profiles"
    5) Select "Profile Settings"
    6) Select one of the preset settings and adjust to the following:
    Profile name: MMS (again you can choose your own)
    Server URL: http://216.155.174.84/servlets/mms
    Proxy: Enable
    Version: 1.2 (295 kb)
    --then select the GPRS settings tab
    IP address: 216.155.165.50
    Port: 8080
    APN: wap.voicestream.com
    Login/Password: LEAVE BLANK

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    Thank you sir, trying out now, will report back later tonight.

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    andrusk,

    Thanks for all this help.

    This will come in handy for sure when I finally take the time to do this

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