Manually update to pie stable version

I think nobody from asisa or southern Europe get it till now I think nobody with ta-1004 Received update till now  But if you cannot wait any more like me

Manually update to pie stable version

Behinamaki Behinamaki
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I think nobody from asisa or southern Europe get it till now
I think nobody with ta-1004
Received update till now 
But if you cannot wait any more like me

 just download it here 

https://android.googleapis.com/packages/ota-api/nokia_nb1_ta100400ww/59bd9a533025ca61629b32eb85fd6e410705c1dc.zip

And follow the instruction below
  1. Download Android Pie OTA package for your Nokia 8.
  2. Rename the OTA package to “NB1-5110-0-00WW-B05-update.zip”.
  3. Next, connect your phone to the PC using the USB cable.
  4. Transfer the OTA package to the root (Outside all folders) of the phone’s storage.
  5. Open the dialer app on your phone and enter the following: *#*#227#*#*
  6. Ensure that your phone has the latest firmware with December/November security patch.
  7. Once confirmed, enter the following code in the dialer to install Nokia 8 Android Pie Stable Update:
    *#*#874#*#*
  8. The installation process will begin immediately.
  9. After the update is finished, your phone will reboot and the OTA package will be deleted from the internal storage automatically.

Once your Nokia 8 reboots, it shall be on the Android Pie with the latest security patches. Go ahead and enjoy all the latest features on your phone now.

Comments

  • petrus petrus
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    @Behinamaki Nice work.  :)
  • marsic marsic
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    Lovely article, except for "enjoy the latest features". We're yet to enjoy the latest pie features. And the goshdamn proper camera app, goshdamnit HMD!
  • H.efati H.efati
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    Thank you.this way is perfect.im very happy.now i have androd  pie😘😘😘😘🤗☺️
  • imchandu03 imchandu03
    ✭✭✭  /  edited January 13
    Is there is any problems by updating on this way for pie? Can we downgrade for oreo after updating for pie in this way?
  • Pechu Pechu
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    Is there is any problems by updating on this way for pie? Can we downgrade for oreo after updating for pie in this way?
    I flashed manually few weeks back,No problems yet . It's possible to roll back to Oreo. But it's bit risky I think.all your data will be wiped and u need to install monthly security updates mannualy from October onwards ( as I saw a thread regarding this in xda forum).
  • imchandu03 imchandu03
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    Pechu said:
    Is there is any problems by updating on this way for pie? Can we downgrade for oreo after updating for pie in this way?
    I flashed manually few weeks back,No problems yet . It's possible to roll back to Oreo. But it's bit risky I think.all your data will be wiped and u need to install monthly security updates mannualy from October onwards ( as I saw a thread regarding this in xda forum).
    Ohh thanks for the information, its better to wait for official update, thank you again
  • RL Ramakrishnan RL Ramakrishnan
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    I am from India, where we hadn't received Pie OTA. I installed Pie manually, only to discover that Google maps wasn't working all that good. So I manually downgraded back to Oreo, and am quite happy with the way things are. I suppose HMD is ironing out all the wrinkles from the Pie after receiving so many complaints. I will wait for the OTA...
  • Behinamaki Behinamaki
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    sergyu said:
    i wrote this in a thread 2 weeks ago.
    I don't find it so search and find it so wanna share it with others
  • petrus petrus
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    @Behinamaki ;Are you happy with Pie?
  • imchandu03 imchandu03
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    Pechu said:
    Is there is any problems by updating on this way for pie? Can we downgrade for oreo after updating for pie in this way?
    I flashed manually few weeks back,No problems yet . It's possible to roll back to Oreo. But it's bit risky I think.all your data will be wiped and u need to install monthly security updates mannualy from October onwards ( as I saw a thread regarding this in xda forum).
    Does it makes any warranty violation, or does this mean my device is rooted?
  • imchandu03 imchandu03
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    I am from India, where we hadn't received Pie OTA. I installed Pie manually, only to discover that Google maps wasn't working all that good. So I manually downgraded back to Oreo, and am quite happy with the way things are. I suppose HMD is ironing out all the wrinkles from the Pie after receiving so many complaints. I will wait for the OTA...
    May i know how to get back to oreo?
  • RaveXII RaveXII
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    I think we should w8 for official release
  • imchandu03 imchandu03
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    Pechu said:
    Is there is any problems by updating on this way for pie? Can we downgrade for oreo after updating for pie in this way?
    I flashed manually few weeks back,No problems yet . It's possible to roll back to Oreo. But it's bit risky I think.all your data will be wiped and u need to install monthly security updates mannualy from October onwards ( as I saw a thread regarding this in xda forum).
    Does it makes any warranty violation, or does this mean my device is rooted?
    Can any one please reply
  • Pechu Pechu
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    Pechu said:
    Is there is any problems by updating on this way for pie? Can we downgrade for oreo after updating for pie in this way?
    I flashed manually few weeks back,No problems yet . It's possible to roll back to Oreo. But it's bit risky I think.all your data will be wiped and u need to install monthly security updates mannualy from October onwards ( as I saw a thread regarding this in xda forum).
    Does it makes any warranty violation, or does this mean my device is rooted?
    Can any one please reply
    It's official method dude..ur warranty will not be void.if u really want to taste pie ,download and flash it without any second thought.happy flashing ..🤗
  • imchandu03 imchandu03
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    Pechu said:
    Pechu said:
    Is there is any problems by updating on this way for pie? Can we downgrade for oreo after updating for pie in this way?
    I flashed manually few weeks back,No problems yet . It's possible to roll back to Oreo. But it's bit risky I think.all your data will be wiped and u need to install monthly security updates mannualy from October onwards ( as I saw a thread regarding this in xda forum).
    Does it makes any warranty violation, or does this mean my device is rooted?
    Can any one please reply
    It's official method dude..ur warranty will not be void.if u really want to taste pie ,download and flash it without any second thought.happy flashing ..🤗
    Thanks for the reply, we can also get back to stable oreo right bro
  • marsic marsic
    ✭✭✭✭  /  edited January 14
    @imchandu03 I'm not sure it's so easy to rollback to Oreo after manual installation (if possible at all), I remember reading from an Indian gentleman that he struggled quite a lot to rollback!
  • petrus petrus
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    @imchandu03 ;Stay on Oreo! It's stable. ;) You see in the forum that there are only problems with Pie.
  • Thanks for the information in deatilmanner  and I insat but I am really disappointed about the no new features/improvement in camera battery and UI as well.. :/
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