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How to flash your Omnia 2 under Win7 32 & 64bit

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This video shows you how to flash your Omnia 2 under Windows 7 32 & 64bit operating system.

If you follow the video's instructions you can easely flash a new ROM to your PDA.

The programs/drivers what mentioned in the video:

OCTANS_Downloader_v2.14.zip

CDMA_Modem_driver_4.34.zip

USB_Driver_X86_32bit.zip

USB_Driver_X64_64bit.zip

Watch it and happy flashing!

Update:

I attached the X64 driver.

The method is the same, but you need to turn off the Win7's driver signature enforcement:

Restart your computer. At the boot screen, keep pressing F8 and you will be lead into the boot menu, select disable driver signature enforcement and click ok.

After that you can update the MIT driver with the 64bit version.

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thanks for the guide, Rapid. is USB driver for X86 or X64?

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thanks for the guide, Rapid. is USB driver for X86 or X64?

For x86 32bit

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thanks.

Great guide.

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I post to keep the thread at top. Maybe a pin to it?

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I attached the X64 driver to the first post. The method is the same, just update the MIT driver with that one.

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thx for video tutorial, makin easy..

moderator please pinned this thread ;)

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Hi, i have win 7 x64 and when i want to update with drive atached on this site, all install well but on the end it said driver is not signed and that i cant use this driver, what is solution?

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Hi, i have win 7 x64 and when i want to update with drive atached on this site, all install well but on the end it said driver is not signed and that i cant use this driver, what is solution?

Try this:

Restart your computer. At the boot screen, keep pressing F8 and you will be lead into the boot menu, select disable driver signature enforcement and click ok.

That should work.

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Almost 400 watch. :huh: I'm keeping this thread on top for more.

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Thanks TS manages to flash my i8000 using the usb driver provided :P

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Looks great, but can you please provide similar instructions for the SCH-i920 on Verizon? :)

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Looks great, but can you please provide similar instructions for the SCH-i920 on Verizon? :)

I only have i8000, I don't know how to flash i920.

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Almost 400 watch. :) I'm keeping this thread on top for more.

thx Rapid! Best topic for newbie! better to pinned this topic :)

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Hello guys. Just moved up form omnia to omnia 2. But i can't flash the damn rom. with omnia 1 had no problems at all. Flashed it over 50 times.

Here i just can't manage to do it, although i've followed every step.

I'm using windows 7 x64.

Let me tell you what the problem is :

after following all the steps, when i press detect, i get these errors

1. WINUSB_Initialize 1

2. WINUSB_QuerryInterfaceSettingError 1

3.WINUSB_QuerryPipeError 1

4 SetPipePolicy 1

What is to be done. I can't say i'm a total noob about, but i've run out of ideas.

1. I set the boot option

2. i've reinstalled the usb mit driver using the procedure

3. i've reinstalled the cdma driver

But i just can't do it. Any ideas? Thanks alot

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Hello guys. Just moved up form omnia to omnia 2. But i can't flash the damn rom. with omnia 1 had no problems at all. Flashed it over 50 times.

Here i just can't manage to do it, although i've followed every step.

I'm using windows 7 x64.

Let me tell you what the problem is :

after following all the steps, when i press detect, i get these errors

1. WINUSB_Initialize 1

2. WINUSB_QuerryInterfaceSettingError 1

3.WINUSB_QuerryPipeError 1

4 SetPipePolicy 1

What is to be done. I can't say i'm a total noob about, but i've run out of ideas.

1. I set the boot option

2. i've reinstalled the usb mit driver using the procedure

3. i've reinstalled the cdma driver

But i just can't do it. Any ideas? Thanks alot

Did you set the XP compatibility for Octans?

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Did you set the XP compatibility for Octans?

Totally forgot about that. Thanks. It worked like a charm :).

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Having problems flashing my I8000. Its stuck at flashing MOVInand 70%. Please help!!!!

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Having problems flashing my I8000. Its stuck at flashing MOVInand 70%. Please help!!!!

Do not flash through usb hub or front panel.

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works on B7610 too!

Thank you very much :(

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pinned :(

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pinned :(

Thanx!

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Thanx!

you are welcome. let me know if u need anything. and thanks for the video.

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Hi Friends,

if you are also a flashmaniac like me... and flashing your phone many times..

then it will be very irritating with win 7x64 allways to restart your computer..... pressing F8

and selecting disable driver signature enforcement.... And so on.. and so on..

Now i´m using a little app called ReadyDriverPlus.. Once installed, it will do the job for you,

allways when you boot up your computer, the app will fix the procedure of pressing F8 and

disable driver signature enforcement...

Since i´m using it, i can flah without problems and working also with other stuff which

was related before to the stupid win problem....!!!

If you like, you can give it a try..!!

I attached the exe here..!

Greetings

sv0911

ReadyDriverPlus.zip

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Hi Friends,

if you are also a flashmaniac like me... and flashing your phone many times..

then it will be very irritating with win 7x64 allways to restart your computer..... pressing F8

and selecting disable driver signature enforcement.... And so on.. and so on..

Now i´m using a little app called ReadyDriverPlus.. Once installed, it will do the job for you,

allways when you boot up your computer, the app will fix the procedure of pressing F8 and

disable driver signature enforcement...

Since i´m using it, i can flah without problems and working also with other stuff which

was related before to the stupid win problem....!!!

If you like, you can give it a try..!!

I attached the exe here..!

Greetings

sv0911

sounds cool, the stupid signature was holding me back from it......thanks for sharing

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