Tuesday, October 22, 2013

Nokia Software Updater For Retail 4.1.0


This is a major update with new features: 
- Dead phone recovery for WP8 devices that do not boot up correctly. 
- Bug fixes for errors found after 3.0.8. 

Moody Caplan | October  2013

How to easily fix the Lumia reset spinning cogs at home

Nokia’s Lumia line is still plagued with the worst bug ever, if you ever want to reset your phone, NEVER and I mean never use the reset button in the setting.
Nokia Lumia

If you do reset it chances are you’ll spend the next day or so waiting on a spinning cogs animation that may or may not reset your phone successfully.
While in old days we could just flash the phone with NokiaCare Suite, now as Nokia closed its servers to our peeping eyes, our only option became to take the phone to Nokia Care Center!
I’m glad to report that Nokia updated its “Nokia Software Updater for Retailto version 4.1.0″ which added an option so direly missed: “My device does not boot up.” those of you Nokia veterans this basically dead phone flashing, this NSU is basically idiot proof.
The process goes as follows, install the NSU for retail 4.1.0 or update it if you already have it.  104MB
This only works on Windows 7 & 8.
Run NSU and this screen pops up, click on My device doesn’t boot up
Nokia Software Updater For Retail 1

Make sure your phone is charged; using a low powered USB port(PC/laptop port)
(DO NOT USE WIRELESS CHARGING or the wall charger as both will heat up the phone to dangerous degrees)
Nokia Software Updater For Retail 2

Now that you have a fully charged phone stuck on animated cogs, Connect the phone and click continue
(I know they say disconnect it, its okay connect it anyways)
Nokia Software Updater For Retail 3

Waiting for device connection screen comes up, press and hold the power button and the volume down button until the phone vibrates and your pc detects a new hardware, the installer will take over and will prompt you to install a hefty 1.2gb worth of firmware, after which it’ll flash the firmware and you’ll get your Lumia back to life.

Warning: This “MAY” void your warranty, the logic behind the voided warranty is up for debate; if your device loses connection during flashing like in case of a faulty cable, electricity outage or any other trouble you’ll brick your phone and thus Nokia can’t be held responsible for this.

Thanks for reading and I’m glad to answer any questions down bellow, but I have no idea when your updates come out so please leave that out of the comments

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