Need help to flex my Cingula v400 to Motorola OEM flex
A few things to note:
You will lose all data on your phone including ringtones, pictures, phone numbers stored in your phone, settings, etc. You should back up everything beforehand using Mobile PhoneTools.
I highly recommend only flexing your phone and not updating the firmware; the firmware has been reported to cause some problems.
The V600 flexware version in the 3rd post is the same flexware I'm using on my V400. I've been using it for months and have had no problems whatsoever. I suggest you go with it.
If you were wanting a V400 unbranded flex, I'm not sure where you could get one.
GI9V600000AA0E9 Flex File
http://home.comcast.net/~motoVseries/GI9V600000AA0E9 ... »
it worked well now I have OEM. 🤣
Good stuff. A bit troublesome and iffy for most people to flex their phone, but I'm sure glad I did mine.
Now you just need to fix the earpiece volume issue (which all VXXX phones suffer from, though apparently with newer phones Cingular has made a slight improvement) and you'll be set, other than a few nice tweaks that can be accomplished by editing seem files.
http://home.comcast.net/~motoVseries/TRIPLETS_G_0B.0 ... »