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Flash ROM - Omnia i900

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Hi all,

I've flashed my phone with M2D ROM and when I downloaded 'Ock Premium' I opened 'Mits' and it presented me with with a message 'device not found' I've tried so many things and NOTHING!

Can anyone help me regarding this please!!!!

I prefer to have 'ock premium' as my desired rom!

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Hi all,

I've flashed my phone with M2D ROM and when I downloaded 'Ock Premium' I opened 'Mits' and it presented me with with a message 'device not found' I've tried so many things and NOTHING!

Can anyone help me regarding this please!!!!

I prefer to have 'ock premium' as my desired rom!

So, you downloaded an OCK's rom and you faced an issue...

Why, dear man, you opened a new topic and you don't writting IN OCK's THREAD and ASK HIMSELF what you whant???

Just wondering, that's all.

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So, you downloaded an OCK's rom and you faced an issue...

Why, dear man, you opened a new topic and you don't writting IN OCK's THREAD and ASK HIMSELF what you whant???

Just wondering, that's all.

Well...because he needs someone like you to give him a correct direction. Good job Andrew.

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Hi all,

I've flashed my phone with M2D ROM and when I downloaded 'Ock Premium' I opened 'Mits' and it presented me with with a message 'device not found' I've tried so many things and NOTHING!

Can anyone help me regarding this please!!!!

I prefer to have 'ock premium' as my desired rom!

You have to download i900_EXEcutor HERE

and USDL GrandPrix v1.6.4 VISTA HERE

open i900_EXEcutor and select that exe file were you have problems with.

then click on "go"

go to USDL GrandPrix v1.6.4 VISTA and select LOADER, PDA and CSC (if there is, because not all roms have this)

click on detect and "soft reset" your phone then DON'T DISCONNECT and wait .

Here you are:P

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Hi all,

I've flashed my phone with M2D ROM and when I downloaded 'Ock Premium' I opened 'Mits' and it presented me with with a message 'device not found' I've tried so many things and NOTHING!

Can anyone help me regarding this please!!!!

I prefer to have 'ock premium' as my desired rom!

what windows you have ??

Edited by leap_ahead
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