Phoenix Service Software 2010.12.11.42838

This version contains the latest Tucson components. Therefore it is not necessary to use Tucson Add-On Installation Package v.2010_10_9_41709.

Main component versions in the release:
DK2 Driver Version
Nokia Connectivity Cable USB Driver Version
Flash Update Package 09.050.025
FLS-x Drivers Version 2.09.28

Main changes & error corrections from previous version 2010. 12.8.42304
New Products added :

New features
New rf_losses.ini file for RF auto tuning
Support for RH-125 product enabled, Drivers for RH-125 adapter added to installation package
DCT-4 Product code changes can now be done for RH-125.
– Use EXTERNAL Smart Card Reader for SX-4 or 4T, follow reader specific instructions
– Install Phoenix with included Prolific drivers ( you many need to reboot PC during process)
– Install the latest RH-125 Data Package(s)
– Connect CA-101 USB Cable to PC USB Port, and SF-204 adapter to USB Cable
– Allow Windows to install drivers for SF-204 adapter
– Start Phoenix
– Configure connection from FUSE Connection Manager by using following Settings:
– Connection Type: FBUS
– Communication Port Type: USB-COM ( Please scan FBUS Devices from FUSE)
– Connect RH-125 product to SF-204 adapter, check that FUSE detects RH-125 product in connection (select correct connection from “Connections” – dropdown)
– Scan product from “File / Scan Product” – menu , or press CTRL+R
– Select “Product Code Change DCT-4” from “Tools” – menu
– The rest of the process is normal DCT-4 Product Code Change.
– NOTE: Do NOT select “Flash” – option, always perform product code change without flashing the phone when using Phoenix for RH-125.
– NOTE: After Product Code Change, flash the latest SW version matching new product code by using Nokia Care Suite. Phoenix should only be used for product code changes concerning SIM Locked variants. All other service activities for RH-125 should be done by using Nokia Care Suite

Error Corrections & changes
Tucson improvements for RM-614,
Use of separate Tucson add on installation package is not required with this Phoenix release

Known errors & limitations
Software downgrade with Tucson system is only possible for BB 5.0 products supporting the Data Package 2 concept.
Flashing with setup FLS-5, SS-46 and product specific adapter is not supported anymore
If you install old DCT-4 data packages, Flash Update Package File installation path may be wrong. This is caused by very old DCT-4 data packages which contain Flash Update Package and overwrite current information during installation. If you experience problems when updating FPS-x prommers, please check that Phoenix “Prommer maintenance” is looking for the files from the correct location which is “C:Program FilesCommon FilesNokiaTssFlash”. If not, Phoenix will show error “Update via ini – file failed”. In this case, select “Update” from that Phoenix “Prommer maintenance” – UI, browse to correct directory and select “fpsxupd.ini” for all other prommers except the FPS-8.
Some phone models request SIM Lock data to be written in wrong format. You should use special DLL as a workaround for this product software related problem. Please see Service SW Application document “Tucson Add-On Components for SIM Lock versions”
Refurbishment flashing and product code change for RX-51 product requires SX-4 card to be available
FPS-21 flashing for RX-51 works only with TCPIP connection. FPS-21 prommer with new HW version is needed to correct this, and it is estimated to be available by the end of 2010
Please refer to product specific documents and instructions concerning the limitations of the RX-51 product
RX-51 flashing does not work when CU-4 is used
When new version 2010_12_8_42304 with FUSE connection manager is installed on top of older Phoenix versions, there may be an additional delay of several minutes when you start Phoenix for the first time. Please wait patiently; Phoenix will start after configuration is finished.
When using Data Package download functions with online connection, download times may occasionally be long. This is not caused by Phoenix (or Care Suite). The download speed from online servers is occasionally is known to be slow, depending on how data is buffered on caching servers.
Note concerning the installation and use with Administrator and User rights
– If you install Phoenix, start Phoenix and configure connections from FUSE connection manager as Administrator, you may not be able to start Phoenix after you log off and try to use Phoenix with User Rights afterwards
If you experience the above mentioned problem:- Log on as Administrator
– Deleted Fuse folder and its contents from: C:Documents and SettingsAll UsersApplication DataNokia
– After this Fuse’s connection list will be empty and it can be used directly with guest/admin rights.
– This has to be done only once.
After you close Phoenix, it may not restart. To rectify this:
– Use Windows Task Manager to manually shut down phoenix.exe and FuseService.exe processes, or optionally restart your PC

Supported operating systems and user rights
Windows XP Service Pack 1 or higher
When installing Phoenix into Win XP you must have local admin rights.
When using in Win XP, user must have power user rights.


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