Motorola FLASH Tool 8 TESTED

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Motorola FLASH Tool 8 TESTED

Post by sajid_ali362 on Sun Aug 02, 2009 1:54 pm

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Motorola Service Tool 8

These are professional service tools for cell phone stores and professional unlockers allowing to change language, decustomize, repair, unlock, reset user password, PDS repair software damage and error messages, flashing, unblock phones with blocked counters, etc.

Current supported models by Motorola Service Tool:

* A-series: A732, A668
* C-series: C115, C116, C117, C139, C155, C156, C157, C168, C257, C261, C380, C381, C384, C385, C650, C651, C975
* E-series: E1, E1070, E390, E398B, E550, E770v, E790
* L-series: L2, L6, L7,
* U-series: U6
* V-series: V1150, V175, V176, V177, V80, V180, V185, V188, V190, V191, V220, V220i, V226, V280, V300, V360, V360v, V361, V3, V3m, V**, V500, V525, V535, V550, V600, V600i, V620, V8, V975, V980m.


How to unlock a phone using test point:
1. Select the right model in MSTOOL.
2. Do not click unlock. Cancel if started.
3. Switch the phone into the flash interface using a test point (Windows will play a new hardware sound "ding - ding".)
4. Disconnect test point.
5. Click unlock.
6. Wait until the software has finished unlocking.
7. Your phone is now unlocked.

The most common mistakes:
1)Clicked unlock. Software is waiting for a phone to be connected. Connected the phone thought test point. Phone has entered the needed mode – you didn’t disconnect the test point in time because phone is unlocked too fast.
Solution: Follow the “How to unlock a phone using test point” guide.

2)Didn’t connect the test point, powered the phone on and clicked unlock. Software has switched the phone to the flash interface and sent boot, but the phone doesn’t do anything.
Solution: Connect the test point – read the “How to unlock a phone using test point”.

How to repair a phone?
This software will not repair your phone if it’s physically damaged or has damaged components. Software will only repair phones with damaged software such as PDS or boot core.
If your phone’s software was damaged and does not power up after the repair and you have chosen the right phone model it means that you need to fully flash the phone with MSTOOL or PST, RSD or any other flasher.

1. Choose your phone model on the service page (if the phone model is supported by your version of the software) – Repair PDS button will become active. Read the “Which phones should be done with and without test points?” guide to find out if you should use test point or not. Connect the phone to the PC and make sure that it is in flash interface.

2. Click Repair PDS.
- If you are repairing LTE2 or POG platform phone repair is done in one step.
- If the phone is LTE platform the repair is done in two steps. Wait for the first step to finish, the software will tell you when it is ready for the second step. Follow the on screen tips to complete the second step.

Note: Current software does not repair physically damaged phones, it can only repair PDS and boot core. Repair does not fix flash, to fix flash you need to re-flash the phone with any available flasher.

How to unlock ODM phones.
1. Select the exact model from the menu.
2. Check to which COM port the phone is connected.
3. Select the port number from the menu.
You need to know what cable you are using and if it supports high speeds – the higher the speed the faster the unlock process.
4. Connect cable to the phone.
5. Turn the phone off.
6. Press unlock and wait for the software to prompt you to press the phone power button. Press the power button shortly – you don’t need to hold the button. If the error message is displayed - wait for 3 seconds and click the power button again. You may have to do this step up to 5 times. If you feel that you need to start again – disconnect the battery.
7. Software will now calculate the needed unlock codes.
8. Enter the unlock code into the phone when it has powered on.

How to repair IMEI for ODM phones.
1. Select the exact model from the menu.
2. Check to which COM port the phone is connected.
3. Select the port number from the menu.
You need to know what cable you are using and if it supports high speeds.
4. Power off phone and connect cable.
5. Input IMEI and press "Repair IMEI" button
6. Press the power button shortly – you don’t need to hold the button.
7. Wait until the software has finished procedure.

Note: If the information cannot be read from the phone enter **@mery# (**16379#) into the phone – “Trace Switch” menu will be displayed, select the Tool menu with the cursor and click Select. The phone will display Modem ON Trace OFF – exit this menu and try reading the information from the phone again

How to make debug report.
1. Restart MSTool
2. Do operation again.
3. Wait until the software has finished procedure.
4. Go to settings tab and click Debug Report
5. Save file and send us together with MStool log.

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Re: Motorola FLASH Tool 8 TESTED

Post by GTECH MOBILE on Mon Aug 03, 2009 5:01 pm

nice but post to right section ye cdma section hai

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Post by shibu4you on Mon Aug 03, 2009 6:42 pm

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Re: Motorola FLASH Tool 8 TESTED

Post by akram855 on Mon Aug 03, 2009 7:14 pm

is may kon sa box lagana hay sir

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Post by nazmuddin0007 on Mon Aug 03, 2009 7:58 pm

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Post by imran on Mon Aug 03, 2009 8:16 pm

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