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yamahaxjr

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I installed jj rls7 in my ZTE Blade, but it operated in roam-area and I couln´t change settings in phone because they where not possible to activate. I dared not to use it in fear of huge bills. If i checked of roam mark in the phone, no connection to internet was awailable. Flashing Saunalahti.rils in phone boot says Verification not identified (7files) -> aborted. The same situation if i try to flash with FLP Froyo 2. Over 700 files not identified. I´m using RA Recovery.

How could I update to jj rls 7 so that Saunalahtis settings would work?

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Maybe try with ClockWorkMod .18?

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How could I update to jj rls 7 so that Saunalahtis settings would work?


Turn off verification in RA Recovery, then flash. The setting is in the "other" menu (or something like that). This worked for me but I have idea whether doing that has negative implications down the road, try at your own risk, etc.

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I installed jj rls7 in my ZTE Blade, but it operated in roam-area and I couln´t change settings in phone because they where not possible to activate. I dared not to use it in fear of huge bills. If i checked of roam mark in the phone, no connection to internet was awailable. Flashing Saunalahti.rils in phone boot says Verification not identified (7files) -> aborted. The same situation if i try to flash with FLP Froyo 2. Over 700 files not identified. I´m using RA Recovery.

How could I update to jj rls 7 so that Saunalahtis settings would work?


I flashed JJ RLS7 + Saunalahti RIL with ClockworkMod .18, worked fine.

Saunalahti uses Elisa's network so it's always "roaming". There's no fear for bigger data costs if you're in Elisa's network.

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