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ZTE Firmware Request

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Can anyone, who has access to the ZTE Handsets' Support website and its Download Center, pull this file for V9C:

153870B0393GB_RLNC_V9CV1.0.0B03.zip dated 2nd August, 2011.

it is available there for sure. one person here in India has posted the snapshot as a proof, but he is asking a hefty sum to provide the ROM, which I don't find appropriate.

Thanks in advance. It'll be a big help.

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Will grab this later for you

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Can anyone, who has access to the ZTE Handsets' Support website and its Download Center, pull this file for V9C:

153870B0393GB_RLNC_V9CV1.0.0B03.zip dated 2nd August, 2011.

it is available there for sure. one person here in India has posted the snapshot as a proof, but he is asking a hefty sum to provide the ROM, which I don't find appropriate.

Thanks in advance. It'll be a big help.

I've been keeping my eye on the download center for V9C roms but I've not seen any, do you have a link to the snapshot?

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Mr. Ajit,

Link is not working. Please upload a new working link.

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Mr. Ajit,

Link is not working. Please upload a new working link.

here

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I would be very grateful if you could check on firmware for the Vodafone smart tab 10. it's a ZTE v11a device. Internal fw name is vdf_rs_v11av1.0.0b03. Thank you.

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Seems ZTE are getting thier act together, I noticed these are new (ish)

GB_RETAIL_V9CV1.0.0B02

CN_RETAIL_V9AV1.0.0B02

no sign of the V11 firmware tho, I've been looking

before people ask:

GB_RETAIL_V9CV1.0.0B02

ro.build.display.id=GB_RETAIL_V9CV1.0.0B01
ro.build.version.release=2.3.5
ro.build.date=Fri Dec 23 03:11:28 HKT 2011
ro.product.model=V9C
ro.product.name=V9C_RETAIL
ro.product.board=v9
[/code] [b]CN_RETAIL_V9AV1.0.0B02[/b]
[code]ro.build.display.id=CN_RETAIL_V9AV1.0.0B01
ro.build.version.release=2.3.5
ro.build.date=Wed Jan 4 05:44:15 HKT 2012
ro.product.model=Light Tab 2
ro.product.name=V9PLUS_GIFT
ro.product.board=v9plus

Just wondering if the V9C build will work on an orignal V9, the board is a v9... hmmm and experiment is in order...

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thanks for the info sebastian. can you please upload the V9C retail ROM? i'll try experimenting with it.

moreover, when I was running CM7 (V9 stable 7.1), on my V9C, wifi/bt/sensors didn't use to work. different drivers i guess. but the CPU used to run at 864MHz. (the installed MSM-7227T is rated at 800, I believe it can be easily pushed beyond 900 atleast).

on the stock ROM, all hardware components work normally, but processor is limited to 800 :(

is there any way, by using modules, through which I can OC it again? custom kernel would be difficult since ZTE isn't ready to give out the sources.

PS: I have full root access, and unlocked bootloader.

please guide. or, is it possible to port CM7-V9 onto the V9C, since we now have the drivers?

Seems ZTE are getting thier act together, I noticed these are new (ish)

GB_RETAIL_V9CV1.0.0B02

CN_RETAIL_V9AV1.0.0B02

no sign of the V11 firmware tho, I've been looking

before people ask:

GB_RETAIL_V9CV1.0.0B02

ro.build.display.id=GB_RETAIL_V9CV1.0.0B01

ro.build.version.release=2.3.5

ro.build.date=Fri Dec 23 03:11:28 HKT 2011

ro.product.model=V9C

ro.product.name=V9C_RETAIL

ro.product.board=v9

CN_RETAIL_V9AV1.0.0B02
ro.build.display.id=CN_RETAIL_V9AV1.0.0B01

ro.build.version.release=2.3.5

ro.build.date=Wed Jan  4 05:44:15 HKT 2012

ro.product.model=Light Tab 2

ro.product.name=V9PLUS_GIFT

ro.product.board=v9plus

Just wondering if the V9C build will work on an orignal V9, the board is a v9... hmmm and experiment is in order...

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according to Bablefish


ZTE Notice: Has uploaded the DC/V9C technical data software newly: V9C actuation
1/1/0001

[service pattern]: DC
[type]: V9C
[material category]: Technical data software
[material name]: V9C actuation
[upload time]: 2012-2-3 16:23: 24 [/code]

So I assume thats just a reference to the new firmware.

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thanks for the info sebastian. can you please upload the V9C retail ROM? i'll try experimenting with it.

moreover, when I was running CM7 (V9 stable 7.1), on my V9C, wifi/bt/sensors didn't use to work. different drivers i guess. but the CPU used to run at 864MHz. (the installed MSM-7227T is rated at 800, I believe it can be easily pushed beyond 900 atleast).

on the stock ROM, all hardware components work normally, but processor is limited to 800 :(

is there any way, by using modules, through which I can OC it again? custom kernel would be difficult since ZTE isn't ready to give out the sources.

PS: I have full root access, and unlocked bootloader.

please guide. or, is it possible to port CM7-V9 onto the V9C, since we now have the drivers?

I tried it on my v9, and had the same sort of results, it booted and worked fine, apart from the camera/wifi/RIL.

The source to build CM for the V9 is out there, so it should be simple (ish) to port it to the V9C...

i've posted a request for ZTE to release the Kernel source code for the V9C, so we'll see what comes of that.

I've been tyring to upload some other ROMS of late, but I'm having huge problems with my upload, its really slow and keeps disconnecting every 30 minutes... I'm waiting to get that fixed before I'm going to be able to upload anything, but I'll get around to it eventualy..

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I tried it on my v9, and had the same sort of results, it booted and worked fine, apart from the camera/wifi/RIL.

The source to build CM for the V9 is out there, so it should be simple (ish) to port it to the V9C...

i've posted a request for ZTE to release the Kernel source code for the V9C, so we'll see what comes of that.

I've been tyring to upload some other ROMS of late, but I'm having huge problems with my upload, its really slow and keeps disconnecting every 30 minutes... I'm waiting to get that fixed before I'm going to be able to upload anything, but I'll get around to it eventualy..

i'm not a dev, so will need your help for this.. is there any simple(ish) guide out there on how to change libraries/drivers for components like wifi/bt/sensors/camera? these are the only four things lacking..

will be waiting for the upload.

moreover, any module-based OCing possible on the V9/V9C? like pushing it into /system/lib/modules and then insmod it?

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I would be very grateful if you could check on firmware for the Vodafone smart tab 10. it's a ZTE v11a device. Internal fw name is vdf_rs_v11av1.0.0b03. Thank you.

no sign of the V11 firmware tho, I've been looking

Here are V11 firmwares. They've been out for a week, actually.

http://www.filefactory.com/file/c3a628f/n/VDF_ES_V11AV1.0.0B07.zip

http://www.filefactory.com/file/c3a6e1c/n/VDF_PT_V11AV1.0.0B07.zip

They're revision B07 which appears to be newer than the pre-installed B03, right mobilx? If you figure out how to flash them, pls tell me as well.

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Thank you my friend. I'm trying to figure it out but with no luck. Anyone with the idea how to flash this stuff?

This is what I posted in the Android software section but with no answer yet.

I recently found a stock firmware package for my device. It's Vodafone SmartTab10 or ZTE v11a. Trouble is that the known ZTE flasher software wont recognize it as the valid update package because qcsblhd_cfgdata.mbn file is missing. There are also a bunch of .bin and .xml files so the content differ a bit from the standard update package for the ZTE devices.

I can connect the tablet via FTM on COM14 and to backup a Chanel1.nvm but thats it. Is there any other ZTE flasher that can use this files? Any clue?

Thanks.

Files list:

rawprogram0.xml 7.762 17.11.2011 16:49 -a--c

patch0.xml 1.573 17.11.2011 16:49 -a--c

partition.xml 3.705 02.09.2011 15:38 -a--c

tz.mbn 103.960 17.11.2011 16:00 -a--c

sbl3.mbn 622.592 17.11.2011 16:00 -a--c

sbl2.mbn 108.652 17.11.2011 15:58 -a--c

sbl1.mbn 71.840 17.11.2011 15:56 -a--c

rpm.mbn 116.420 17.11.2011 15:59 -a--c

partition.mbn 9.728 17.11.2011 16:49 -a--c

emmcbld.mbn 167.008 26.10.2011 10:31 -a--c

emmc_appsboot.mbn 72.000 06.12.2011 05:17 -a--c

cefs2.mbn 3.145.728 18.11.2011 15:21 -a--c

cefs1.mbn 3.145.728 18.11.2011 15:21 -a--c

amss.mbn 18.969.240 17.11.2011 16:48 -a--c

8660_msimage.mbn 1.679.872 18.11.2011 15:36 -a--c

recovery.img 5.195.776 06.12.2011 05:17 -a--c

boot.img 4.620.288 06.12.2011 05:17 -a--c

MPRG8660.hex 467.026 18.08.2011 16:02 -a--c

userdata.img.ext4 4.096.000 11.08.2011 05:54 -a--c

system.img.ext4 660.602.880 06.12.2011 05:17 -a--c

persist.img.ext4 4.496.000 06.12.2011 05:17 -a--c

cache.img.ext4 4.096.000 06.12.2011 05:17 -a--c

partition.bin 26.112 17.11.2011 16:49 -a--c

NON-HLOS.bin 25.081.344 17.11.2011 16:49 -a--c

MBR0.bin 512 17.11.2011 16:49 -a--c

EBR0.bin 9.216 17.11.2011 16:49 -a--c

cdrom.bin 10.485.760 16.11.2011 15:09 -a--c

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i'm not a dev, so will need your help for this.. is there any simple(ish) guide out there on how to change libraries/drivers for components like wifi/bt/sensors/camera? these are the only four things lacking..

will be waiting for the upload.

moreover, any module-based OCing possible on the V9/V9C? like pushing it into /system/lib/modules and then insmod it?

still waiting for your upload sebastian :)

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i flashed this to my zte v9. it had gb_generic (i forgot the rest of the firmware name)

after flashing, i found out it had RELIANZE boot up screen.

everything else works but the wifi is not working.

please help. maybe i need a diff firmware? thanks!!!

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still waiting for your upload sebastian smile.gif

mr sarthi i followed your blog. im very sure you will (or already have) a solution to wifi problem on v9. can you please help me. please im desperate. thank you sir.

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Here are V11 firmwares. They've been out for a week, actually.

http://www.filefacto...1AV1.0.0B07.zip

http://www.filefacto...1AV1.0.0B07.zip

They're revision B07 which appears to be newer than the pre-installed B03, right mobilx? If you figure out how to flash them, pls tell me as well.

i am not able to download the file. i cant find the link to download. can anyone help? pls?

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can anyone help me find the flash files for zte flash n9500 ?

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