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hi friends..

I downloaded a firmware pack through Samsung Mobile Firmware Downloader..

I just want to flash the .nb0 part to my phone..

How do I extract .nb0 file from .MST file ? :)

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How do I extract .nb0 file from .MST file ? :)

You could use Pako777 i900EXEcutor from this topic

After running app, go to page (tab) "TOOL -> MST", select your mst file and press "GO" button. After that you will get .mli file and message box with question about further conversion to .nb0.

you can flash .mst just like .nbo, its the same thing.

No. It's not the same. nb0 contains only PDA part, while .mst is combination of PDA and EBoot so AFAIK .nb0 file flashes directly to devices memory, while .mst writes itself (.mli file) to hidden partition on device and after that flashes itself to device memory. So after .nb0 you still have your previous (factory or .mst flashed) PDA part on your flash hidden partition and for example you are able to restore it by language change procedure (in Samsung Settings).

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Also.. Pako777 i900EXEcutor didn't help.. it gives an error.. i think coz b7610's .MST conversion is not supported.. :)

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Also.. Pako777 i900EXEcutor didn't help.. it gives an error.. i think coz b7610's .MST conversion is not supported.. :)

Maybe you should try older version. I did that more than once and everything was ok (v. 2.61 or something like that).

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Maybe you should try older version. I did that more than once and everything was ok (v. 2.61 or something like that).

there is only EXEcutor_3.0 available ..

Could u please upload v. 2.61 if u have it ? or please provide me a link to download the old version..

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there is only EXEcutor_3.0 available ..

Could u please upload v. 2.61 if u have it ? or please provide me a link to download the old version..

I've tried version 3.0 and it's also working in my case (Vista HP 32 bit). Have you installed NET.Framework on your PC? I think it's required

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I've tried version 3.0 and it's also working in my case (Vista HP 32 bit). Have you installed NET.Framework on your PC? I think it's required

I am using Windows Xp Sp3 (4gb RAM+3gb pagefile).. and its fully updated.. yes, .NET 3.5 installed..

I get this error..

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Edited by ABUBAKR

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you can use O2Util to extract .nb0 from .mst

hi Daskalos..

Could you please explain how to do it..? :)

I opened CMD and opened o2util.exe and wrote mst_to_nb0 <mst_file>.. got syntax error..

sorry i am noob at this stuff,.. :)

I would appreciate your help..

thanks.

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Edited by ABUBAKR

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hi Daskalos..

Could you please explain how to do it..? :)

I opened CMD and opened o2util.exe and wrote mst_to_nb0 <mst_file>.. got syntax error..

sorry i am noob at this stuff,.. :)

I would appreciate your help..

thanks.

You need to type "o2util.exe mst_to_nb0 <filename>"

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You need to type "o2util.exe mst_to_nb0 <filename>"

getting the same syntax error.. :)

any other option..? :)

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getting the same syntax error.. :)

any other option..? :)

You must put the < and > arround the file name :)

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You must put the < and > arround the file name :)

the .MST filename is B7610NXXIK1.MST

so i put the command

o2util.exe mst_to_nb0 <B7610NXXIK1.MST>

then i got the syntax error..

what did i do wrong..? :)

i did put the < and > before and after B7610NXXIK1.MST :)

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the .MST filename is B7610NXXIK1.MST

so i put the command

o2util.exe mst_to_nb0 <B7610NXXIK1.MST>

then i got the syntax error..

what did i do wrong..? :)

i did put the < and > before and after B7610NXXIK1.MST :)

Are you sure your file is in the same directory as o2util?

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Are you sure your file is in the same directory as o2util?

yep.. they are all in the same directory..

please have a look at my screenshot..

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the .MST filename is B7610NXXIK1.MST

so i put the command

o2util.exe mst_to_nb0 <B7610NXXIK1.MST>

then i got the syntax error..

what did i do wrong..? :)

i did put the < and > before and after B7610NXXIK1.MST :)

In your case command should look like this:

o2util.exe -mst_to_nb0 B7610NXXIK1.MST

Copy the above line into cmd.exe window and give it few minutes to do it's job.

If it doesn't work, you have to move o2util.exe and B7610NXXIK1.MST files into upper directory. Remember, for command line tools shorter path is always better.

For more options go to this topic

Edited by account2002

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here's an easy way:

Create a folder in C:\ and named example o2util

Put o2util.exe and .mst file in the folder

Open command prompt

Change directory

cd c:\o2util

then type the command (without "[]"

o2util.exe -mst_to_nb0 [the name of your .mst file] extracted.nb0

enter

it will extract .nb0 named "extracted.nb0"

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In your case command should look like this:

o2util.exe -mst_to_nb0 B7610NXXIK1.MST

Copy the above line into cmd.exe window and give it few minutes to do it's job.

For more options go to this topic

WOOOOOOW....

it worked perfectly...!!!! :)

Thanks a lot bro... :)

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I am using Windows Xp Sp3 (4gb RAM+3gb pagefile).. and its fully updated.. yes, .NET 3.5 installed..

I get this error..

wow 4gb RAM sounds like 64bit to me :)

is your computer old? just upgrade the RAM? coz i think winXP is way back from 2001 were 2010 now get new Windows :)

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wow 4gb RAM sounds like 64bit to me :P

is your computer old? just upgrade the RAM? coz i think winXP is way back from 2001 were 2010 now get new Windows :D

hehaha.. it runs 32bit windowsXP..and its custom build laptop.. (with 2.6Ghz Core2Duo/nvidia's 512mb vga),

well 32bit utilizes 3gb ram,, thats more than enough of me..

and yea..it can run anything i throw at it.. tried Vista and Seven.. 32 & 64 bits.. all of them suckz (sorry if i hurt anyone there..! :) )..

I like them little and hate them mostly.. :)

Good old xp is the best.. I can do what ever I wish in it.. its classsy... :) modding n tweaking no problem at all..

DieHard Xp fan .. :)

Anyways.. its nice to be here at MoDaCo.. great site i must say..! :D

Thanks to Chefs and all those who help n00bs like me here..!

Keep up the good work Chefs.. :P

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