Nokia n8 location tracking # 414-5157444-0 with central transport

 

Yes you got it right Ryan, you just have to swap the original uda.fpsx file with the hacked one (that you have created) – this is the easy way out. However you will have to place all the original files in the above folder and swap the file later on when using Phoenix. The other option is also correct – just note down the name of original uda file and rename the hacked file exactly as original and then replace the original one with this renamed hacked uda file in the above location and then flash with Phoenix normally (No swapping required during the process)…..

Thanks, worked like magic. Used it to flash Anna on my N8 (Anna is available for unbranded Brazilian N8s, but not for the branded ones).

Interesting to note that, contrary to what I read on some forums, updating with Ovi Suite after this process did not bring back the original firmware, although the Product Code is still the same (Claro Operator variant) one. Ovi Suite offered two specific Anna updates, and they installed fine.

Nokia n8 location tracking # 414-5157444-0 with central transport

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Would I be able to hack / unlock / jailbreak Nokia Belle Refresh to eliminate certificate errors?
Yes, you have two ways to jailbreak Nokia Belle Refresh

hy… thr admn…m run’ng Belle 111.030.0607 ” HACK’D ” on ma N8 provid’d ba u ….. so ma Q iz … d Belle refresh u’a talking here 111.040.1511 ….. iz this vrsion also “HACK’D ” ……. if ans iz NO thn cn u gv detail wn probbly it’d b availabl ….. n thnks fo u’a support in advnc ….

Yes you got it right Ryan, you just have to swap the original uda.fpsx file with the hacked one (that you have created) – this is the easy way out. However you will have to place all the original files in the above folder and swap the file later on when using Phoenix. The other option is also correct – just note down the name of original uda file and rename the hacked file exactly as original and then replace the original one with this renamed hacked uda file in the above location and then flash with Phoenix normally (No swapping required during the process)…..

Thanks, worked like magic. Used it to flash Anna on my N8 (Anna is available for unbranded Brazilian N8s, but not for the branded ones).

Interesting to note that, contrary to what I read on some forums, updating with Ovi Suite after this process did not bring back the original firmware, although the Product Code is still the same (Claro Operator variant) one. Ovi Suite offered two specific Anna updates, and they installed fine.

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