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  1. Hello, I have a ZTE Open C which I acquired a few months ago and played around with KitKat, Lollipop and other builds found here. Now I want to sell it and restore it to the "factory" image. I was trying to use the 'Open C Recovery Tool" but it will not see my device. When I look at the logs, it appears to be looking for and not finding the desired device... 10:50:53,702 ERROR DC - failed to find port with port_type(3), vid_pid(VID_19D2), name(Diag). 10:50:53,706 ERROR DC - failed to find port with port_type(3), vid_pid(VID_05C6), name(Diag). My computer is seeing my phone as VID_19D2 & PID 1350. Also when I enter recovery, at the top it reads FFOS system recovery <3e> cm_kiss3-userdebug 5.1 LMY47I e9f0eb39aa I am not sure what I have done to get it in this state. Have I flashed the wrong recovery or boot image? I am still able to access recovery and bootloader, so there is still hope to sort this out. I just need a little guidance. I feel that once I get the recovery tool to see my phone, I should be OK. Thanks, Jonathan
  2. Is anybody out there? :rolleyes: I know this is an old phone, but I have discovered and documented a solution that will upgrade the phone to Windows Mobile 6.1 based upon a ROM image from China (but includes English). It works great and makes this phone very usable again. I don't want to start another thread and I have already posted the necessary information at http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?p=6566626. I hope this helps someone out there.
  3. Before finding this thread, I made a simple black background for myself. I then created a background that shows where the text and indicators are. So if you are looking to create something that is still readable, you might want to look at this. Jonathan Ext LCD Layout.jpg
  4. I have had a lot of "less geeky" people asking me about creating ring tones for the Smartphone 2002 device. I put together a fairly simple way of creating ringtones using only the Sound Recorder from Windows XP. My instructions (with pictures) can be found at Ring Tone Creation. Please share your comments and suggestions here and forgive me if this is common knowledge (but I haven't found anything like this). A "less geeky" had AC/DC playing shortly after I shared this with him. Jonathan
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