Hi user341 and user523, the stock ROMs we are used to get from Nokia you will not get from HMD. HMD is not the same as Nokia!!!
Hi user341 and user523, the stock ROMs we are used to get from Nokia you will not get from HMD. HMD is not the same as Nokia!!! It is an entire different organisation. Even though HMD promised on their website to continue the Nokia mobile Phone history HMD will never comply. Because HMD cannot. I'm referring to HMD Care, who states HMD is bound to the contract between HMD and the PRC (the Public Republic of China). As to flashing firmware of any "Nokia" Phone forget it. Take it from me HMD is not Nokia. Your expectations as to Nokia phones and firmware policy from the past wlll not be fulfilled by HMD. A letter from me to the Product Manager of HMD about this subject is on its way. I love the "Nokia" 8, but the non-unlockable bootloader is for me a deal breaker. I don't buy that curtailed Phone. I bought a different Phone, which meets my requirements. The reason I'm still on this forum is the distinsction between HMD is the promise to continue the Nokia moble phone history. Bear in mind that you are the owner of the hardware and not the owner of the software. As to the software you are mere licensed to use the software in concert to what HMD permits you to do. Legally you are empty handed.
If ROMs will never be available for customers in this case it's my last Nokia, sorry HMD phone...
More than that I strongly will not recommend these phones to my friends....
Why Nokia before Microsoft and been a part of Microsoft did it and now HMD not?
Microsoft closed Windows mobile project because they stupid policy and I think will be same story with HMD...
Good Bye Nokia...
why do you need roms?
For your Asha and X it still exists, just search for "nokia software recovery tool", or go to Microsoft's mobile support pages, they will direct you to B2X, where you can download the tool. If you really can't bothered to look for it yourself, it's here.
I totally agree, there are many things that can go wrong for average, normal, non-hacker customers. A new equivalent of the NSRT or Nokia Suite for HMD phones would be great.
For the members, who own a Nokia 6, model TA-1000. Some words about flashing the Nokia 6 model TA-1000. Aproper flashing tool and the proper TA-1000 ROM can be found on the website ofthe XDA developers. The link is: https://forum.xda-developers.com/nokia-6/development/nokia-6-official-firmware-mena-region-t3664441/page9I have implemented the procedure and as a result my Nokia 6, which I bought in China, is working like it should be. Now my Nokia 6 is no longer acustomized version and therefore I am able receiving system updates OTA. TheTA-1000 ROM and/or the firmware include the July 2017 system update, meaning, Google services areavailable.
Please give us Nokia software recovery tool.....
Software suites, such as the Nokia Software Recovery Tool are nowadays redundant at best.Android offers a full recovery mode, accessible from the phone's hidden startup menu.Please see the following link for detailed instructions:Mobile Number Ka Name Location Address Ka Pata Kaise Kare
This should apply for Nokia 3, 6 and 8 also, as the button commands are very common for Android phones.
Your link doesn't work. But anyway I don't agree - there are enough instances of phones being bricked by updates not applying properly to justify the existence of separate PC software for recovering phones. Microsoft have this, Apple have this, some Android phone manufacturers have it (e.g. Sony). So it's clearly a useful thing to have.
Don't know but I believe that, with Oreo and Treble things are getting slightly more difficult for the inexperienced user; so Nokia should solve some problems first:
- how to manage the multiple partitions that a drive is split into ?
- what to do if troubleshooting isolates issue to drivers/firmware (in one partition) rather than layered software/UI (different partition)? If so, reinstall Android wouldn't likely fix an issue
- so, what should be considered eligible to be handled by the common user ?
Then, in the past Nokia had a NSRT, a Nokia Suite ( somehow the father of iTunes ) but they also had S40 and S60 which were simpler OS . Android is a different story, I wish Nokia would make this alright but I think also they need time.
Would use a bit of more interaction with Engineers
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