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  1. #1
    Mark Kim
    Guest
    Yesterday, I stayed up all night to update the firmware on my i730 to
    the said version above. Even though I was able to successfully apply
    the update, I have a bad feeling that the phone might be corrupt
    software-wise mainly because the computer froze up on me at times
    throughout the update. Do you think I should have my phone checked by a
    Nextel Software Specialist to see if my observations are true?




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  2. #2
    Joshua Miller
    Guest

    Re: i730--Now on R0A.00.02

    I've heard of this happening on slower computer systems. What type of
    computer were you doing the update on? Also, were you using a serial or usb
    data cable?

    If the phone is working fine, then you shouldn't have any problems. If you
    have Nextel Service/Repair Plan on your account ($2.50/month per phone) then
    you don't have anything to worry about. If and when the phone fails, just
    take it in and have them replace/swap it out for you.


    "Mark Kim" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]_s04...
    > Yesterday, I stayed up all night to update the firmware on my i730 to
    > the said version above. Even though I was able to successfully apply
    > the update, I have a bad feeling that the phone might be corrupt
    > software-wise mainly because the computer froze up on me at times
    > throughout the update. Do you think I should have my phone checked by a
    > Nextel Software Specialist to see if my observations are true?
    >






  3. #3
    Joshua Miller
    Guest

    Re: i730--Now on R0A.00.02

    I've heard of this happening on slower computer systems. What type of
    computer were you doing the update on? Also, were you using a serial or usb
    data cable?

    If the phone is working fine, then you shouldn't have any problems. If you
    have Nextel Service/Repair Plan on your account ($2.50/month per phone) then
    you don't have anything to worry about. If and when the phone fails, just
    take it in and have them replace/swap it out for you.


    "Mark Kim" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]_s04...
    > Yesterday, I stayed up all night to update the firmware on my i730 to
    > the said version above. Even though I was able to successfully apply
    > the update, I have a bad feeling that the phone might be corrupt
    > software-wise mainly because the computer froze up on me at times
    > throughout the update. Do you think I should have my phone checked by a
    > Nextel Software Specialist to see if my observations are true?
    >






  4. #4
    Mark Kim
    Guest

    Re: i730--Now on R0A.00.02

    > I've heard of this happening on slower computer systems. What type of
    > computer were you doing the update on?


    AMD Athlon XP 2000+, 512MB PC2100 DDR SDRAM, 74.4GB Hard Disk Drive,
    Custom-made system with Windows XP Professional Installed. I also have
    a Router, Cable Modem, Ethernet NIC Card, and several USB Devices

    > Also, were you using a serial or usb
    > data cable?


    At the time of the update, I did this on a Serial Cable

    > If the phone is working fine, then you shouldn't have any problems. If you
    > have Nextel Service/Repair Plan on your account ($2.50/month per phone) then
    > you don't have anything to worry about. If and when the phone fails, just
    > take it in and have them replace/swap it out for you.


    I brought this up to a Nextel-Owned Store at Woodridge. I *do* have the
    Nextel Service/Repair Plan on my sole Nextel Phone (a guy at Woodridge
    recommended this for me). Here is the information regarding about my
    "Mautenzannig's" software:

    Phone Model: i730A
    CP Version: 2E.02/1900
    USR Version: U00A.01.04
    CSD Version: C01.05.08
    Firmware Version: R0A.00.02
    Software Type: MS-PDGY-BER-MARATHON-R8
    Firmware Build Date: Friday 11-14-2003 10:15:19 EST
    Tegic Code Version: T9 V05.02.05 T1034 D11Oct2002
    Tegic LDB Version: DB T00.02 L09.01.0F V05.01.32.02
    Flash Packs: ES 0A.00.07, PT 0A.00.07, FR 0A.00.07, Latin Standard 11
    0A.00.01, Latin Standard 15: 0A.00.01
    Band Info: Primary at 02, Secondary at 04
    Bandmap at 02 0x07 Nextel/TELUS

    Other notes: Making test phone calls, the phone worked fine. Playing
    J2ME Bejeweled, the phone worked fine. I am unaware of any problems.
    If you want to see whether or not my Phone's Direct Connect Engine is
    working fine, please e-mail me at [email protected]
    (Remove the "spamhater."). I just got to see if my Direct Connect
    Engine is working or not. Other "things" inside my phone is working
    fine (iDEN Phone Calls, Nextel Mobile Internet, J2ME). GPS is assumably
    working fine, music tones are working fine, the SIM Card in my phone is
    untampered.

    Don't know if any other problems exist on my phone...




  5. #5
    Mark Kim
    Guest

    Re: i730--Now on R0A.00.02

    > I've heard of this happening on slower computer systems. What type of
    > computer were you doing the update on?


    AMD Athlon XP 2000+, 512MB PC2100 DDR SDRAM, 74.4GB Hard Disk Drive,
    Custom-made system with Windows XP Professional Installed. I also have
    a Router, Cable Modem, Ethernet NIC Card, and several USB Devices

    > Also, were you using a serial or usb
    > data cable?


    At the time of the update, I did this on a Serial Cable

    > If the phone is working fine, then you shouldn't have any problems. If you
    > have Nextel Service/Repair Plan on your account ($2.50/month per phone) then
    > you don't have anything to worry about. If and when the phone fails, just
    > take it in and have them replace/swap it out for you.


    I brought this up to a Nextel-Owned Store at Woodridge. I *do* have the
    Nextel Service/Repair Plan on my sole Nextel Phone (a guy at Woodridge
    recommended this for me). Here is the information regarding about my
    "Mautenzannig's" software:

    Phone Model: i730A
    CP Version: 2E.02/1900
    USR Version: U00A.01.04
    CSD Version: C01.05.08
    Firmware Version: R0A.00.02
    Software Type: MS-PDGY-BER-MARATHON-R8
    Firmware Build Date: Friday 11-14-2003 10:15:19 EST
    Tegic Code Version: T9 V05.02.05 T1034 D11Oct2002
    Tegic LDB Version: DB T00.02 L09.01.0F V05.01.32.02
    Flash Packs: ES 0A.00.07, PT 0A.00.07, FR 0A.00.07, Latin Standard 11
    0A.00.01, Latin Standard 15: 0A.00.01
    Band Info: Primary at 02, Secondary at 04
    Bandmap at 02 0x07 Nextel/TELUS

    Other notes: Making test phone calls, the phone worked fine. Playing
    J2ME Bejeweled, the phone worked fine. I am unaware of any problems.
    If you want to see whether or not my Phone's Direct Connect Engine is
    working fine, please e-mail me at [email protected]
    (Remove the "spamhater."). I just got to see if my Direct Connect
    Engine is working or not. Other "things" inside my phone is working
    fine (iDEN Phone Calls, Nextel Mobile Internet, J2ME). GPS is assumably
    working fine, music tones are working fine, the SIM Card in my phone is
    untampered.

    Don't know if any other problems exist on my phone...




  6. #6

    Re: i730--Now on R0A.00.02

    Ignoring his agents wishes,Mark Kim <[email protected]> flung open
    the hotel room door and announced to the gathering crowd:

    >> I've heard of this happening on slower computer systems. What type of
    >> computer were you doing the update on?

    >
    >AMD Athlon XP 2000+, 512MB PC2100 DDR SDRAM, 74.4GB Hard Disk Drive,
    >Custom-made system with Windows XP Professional Installed. I also have
    >a Router, Cable Modem, Ethernet NIC Card, and several USB Devices
    >
    >> Also, were you using a serial or usb
    >> data cable?

    >
    >At the time of the update, I did this on a Serial Cable
    >
    >> If the phone is working fine, then you shouldn't have any problems. If you
    >> have Nextel Service/Repair Plan on your account ($2.50/month per phone) then
    >> you don't have anything to worry about. If and when the phone fails, just
    >> take it in and have them replace/swap it out for you.

    >
    >I brought this up to a Nextel-Owned Store at Woodridge. I *do* have the
    >Nextel Service/Repair Plan on my sole Nextel Phone (a guy at Woodridge
    >recommended this for me). Here is the information regarding about my
    >"Mautenzannig's" software:
    >
    >Phone Model: i730A
    >CP Version: 2E.02/1900
    >USR Version: U00A.01.04
    >CSD Version: C01.05.08
    >Firmware Version: R0A.00.02
    >Software Type: MS-PDGY-BER-MARATHON-R8
    >Firmware Build Date: Friday 11-14-2003 10:15:19 EST
    >Tegic Code Version: T9 V05.02.05 T1034 D11Oct2002
    >Tegic LDB Version: DB T00.02 L09.01.0F V05.01.32.02
    >Flash Packs: ES 0A.00.07, PT 0A.00.07, FR 0A.00.07, Latin Standard 11
    >0A.00.01, Latin Standard 15: 0A.00.01
    >Band Info: Primary at 02, Secondary at 04
    >Bandmap at 02 0x07 Nextel/TELUS
    >
    >Other notes: Making test phone calls, the phone worked fine. Playing
    >J2ME Bejeweled, the phone worked fine. I am unaware of any problems.
    >If you want to see whether or not my Phone's Direct Connect Engine is
    >working fine, please e-mail me at [email protected]
    >(Remove the "spamhater."). I just got to see if my Direct Connect
    >Engine is working or not. Other "things" inside my phone is working
    >fine (iDEN Phone Calls, Nextel Mobile Internet, J2ME). GPS is assumably
    >working fine, music tones are working fine, the SIM Card in my phone is
    >untampered.
    >
    >Don't know if any other problems exist on my phone...



    ....just curious, what's the latest version of firmware supposed to
    correct/do/enhance?

    tks


    **********************************************************************

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    safer to harass rich women than motorcycle gangs.
    -Unknown


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  7. #7

    Re: i730--Now on R0A.00.02

    Ignoring his agents wishes,Mark Kim <[email protected]> flung open
    the hotel room door and announced to the gathering crowd:

    >> I've heard of this happening on slower computer systems. What type of
    >> computer were you doing the update on?

    >
    >AMD Athlon XP 2000+, 512MB PC2100 DDR SDRAM, 74.4GB Hard Disk Drive,
    >Custom-made system with Windows XP Professional Installed. I also have
    >a Router, Cable Modem, Ethernet NIC Card, and several USB Devices
    >
    >> Also, were you using a serial or usb
    >> data cable?

    >
    >At the time of the update, I did this on a Serial Cable
    >
    >> If the phone is working fine, then you shouldn't have any problems. If you
    >> have Nextel Service/Repair Plan on your account ($2.50/month per phone) then
    >> you don't have anything to worry about. If and when the phone fails, just
    >> take it in and have them replace/swap it out for you.

    >
    >I brought this up to a Nextel-Owned Store at Woodridge. I *do* have the
    >Nextel Service/Repair Plan on my sole Nextel Phone (a guy at Woodridge
    >recommended this for me). Here is the information regarding about my
    >"Mautenzannig's" software:
    >
    >Phone Model: i730A
    >CP Version: 2E.02/1900
    >USR Version: U00A.01.04
    >CSD Version: C01.05.08
    >Firmware Version: R0A.00.02
    >Software Type: MS-PDGY-BER-MARATHON-R8
    >Firmware Build Date: Friday 11-14-2003 10:15:19 EST
    >Tegic Code Version: T9 V05.02.05 T1034 D11Oct2002
    >Tegic LDB Version: DB T00.02 L09.01.0F V05.01.32.02
    >Flash Packs: ES 0A.00.07, PT 0A.00.07, FR 0A.00.07, Latin Standard 11
    >0A.00.01, Latin Standard 15: 0A.00.01
    >Band Info: Primary at 02, Secondary at 04
    >Bandmap at 02 0x07 Nextel/TELUS
    >
    >Other notes: Making test phone calls, the phone worked fine. Playing
    >J2ME Bejeweled, the phone worked fine. I am unaware of any problems.
    >If you want to see whether or not my Phone's Direct Connect Engine is
    >working fine, please e-mail me at [email protected]
    >(Remove the "spamhater."). I just got to see if my Direct Connect
    >Engine is working or not. Other "things" inside my phone is working
    >fine (iDEN Phone Calls, Nextel Mobile Internet, J2ME). GPS is assumably
    >working fine, music tones are working fine, the SIM Card in my phone is
    >untampered.
    >
    >Don't know if any other problems exist on my phone...



    ....just curious, what's the latest version of firmware supposed to
    correct/do/enhance?

    tks


    **********************************************************************

    People are more violently opposed to fur than leather because it's
    safer to harass rich women than motorcycle gangs.
    -Unknown


    Remove "die spammers" to email



  8. #8
    Consilium Morpheus Moto
    Guest

    Re: i730--Now on R0A.00.02

    If your phone had corrupt software it would say self check fail when you
    turn it on.
    If you havent noticed any problems dont sweat it.

    "Mark Kim" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]_s04...
    > Yesterday, I stayed up all night to update the firmware on my i730 to
    > the said version above. Even though I was able to successfully apply
    > the update, I have a bad feeling that the phone might be corrupt
    > software-wise mainly because the computer froze up on me at times
    > throughout the update. Do you think I should have my phone checked by a
    > Nextel Software Specialist to see if my observations are true?
    >






  9. #9
    Consilium Morpheus Moto
    Guest

    Re: i730--Now on R0A.00.02

    If your phone had corrupt software it would say self check fail when you
    turn it on.
    If you havent noticed any problems dont sweat it.

    "Mark Kim" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]_s04...
    > Yesterday, I stayed up all night to update the firmware on my i730 to
    > the said version above. Even though I was able to successfully apply
    > the update, I have a bad feeling that the phone might be corrupt
    > software-wise mainly because the computer froze up on me at times
    > throughout the update. Do you think I should have my phone checked by a
    > Nextel Software Specialist to see if my observations are true?
    >






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