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PDA device not found!!!!

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Ive changed the rom twice. I've gotten it to work everytime, but now I can't. I turned off active sync, changed to mass storage, WMDC is set to not allow usb connections. I don't get it. If you know, please tell me. Thanks. Oh and I've installed the drivers.

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Make sure the phone is COMPLETELY off..

Take out battery

Select detect in UMDL

Plug in USB to phone

Put battery back in

Turn on phone

Watch the flash begin :)

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Make sure the phone is COMPLETELY off..

Take out battery

Select detect in UMDL

Plug in USB to phone

Put battery back in

Turn on phone

Watch the flash begin :)

I'm having the same problem, and i tried the same steps with no luck, what else do you suggest??

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I'm having the same problem, and i tried the same steps with no luck, what else do you suggest??

Could be a USB issue with the PC. Try either another USB port if you have one, or even better, a whole different PC.

Do other USB items work in the port? If not, open hardware manager, and see if the USB system has any issues notated. Try disabling then re-enabling it.

Oh, and to OP - you need to be in Activesync to flash. Mass storage won't do it.

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Could be a USB issue with the PC. Try either another USB port if you have one, or even better, a whole different PC.

Do other USB items work in the port? If not, open hardware manager, and see if the USB system has any issues notated. Try disabling then re-enabling it.

Oh, and to OP - you need to be in Activesync to flash. Mass storage won't do it.

Either way works actually; mass storage or activesync.

To the person with issues: Make sure that you have followed my guide exactly and have the drivers + activesync/WMDC installed with USB connection disabled.

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Try rebooting your PC. I have to do that every second flash or UMDL starts wigging out.

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In order to get UMDL Omnia to properly recognize the device and install, you need to run UMDL Omnia in Administrator mode and set the compatibility mode to Vista SP 2 (XP won't work)

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