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HACKABLE and NON HACKABLE
« on: April 03, 2009, 12:09:23 PM »
List of HACKABLE and NON HACKABLE phones


Nokia phones that can not be hacked yet, no matter what firmware version you have:

N79
N85
N96
N97 (S60 5th ed.)
5800 XpressMusic Tube (S60 5th ed.)

Nokia phones that can be hacked if you have the right firmware:

N78 (firmware can be hacked up to version 12.046)
N78 (firmware can NOT be hacked starting version 13.052)
N81-1 (firmware can be hacked up to version 11.0.045)
N81-3 (firmware can be hacked up to version 11.0.045)
N81 (China) (firmware can be hacked up to version 20.1.016)
N81 8Gb (firmware can be hacked up to version 20.0.056)
N81 8Gb (firmware can NOT be hacked starting version 21.0.008)
N82 (can be hacked up to version 20.0.062)
N82 (can NOT be hacked starting version 30.0.019)
N82 (China) (can be hacked up to version 20.1.062
N82 (China) (can NOT be hacked starting version 30.1.019)
N95 (can be hacked up to version 30.0.015)
N95 (can NOT be hacked starting version 31.0.014)
N95 8Gb (can be hacked up to version 31.0.017)
E51 (can be hacked up to version 220.34.37)
E51 (can probably NOT be hacked starting version 300.34.56)
E51-2 (without camera) (can be hacked up to version 201.34.38)
E65 (can be hacked up to version 3.0633.69.00)
E65 (can NOT be hacked starting version 4.0633.74.00)
E66 (can be hacked up to version 102.07.81)
E71 (can be hacked up to version 100.07.76)
E71 (not sure about version 102.07.81)
E71 (can NOT be hacked starting version 110.07.127)
E90 Communicator (can be hacked up to version 210.34.75)
E90 Communicator (can NOT be hacked starting version 300.34.84)
5320 XpressMusic (can be hacked up to version 3.08)
5320 XpressMusic (can NOT be hacked starting version 3.26)
6110 Navigator (can be hacked up to version 5.11)
6110 Navigator (can NOT be hacked starting version 6.01)
6120 Classic (can be hacked up to version 5.11)
6120 Classic (can NOT be hacked starting version 6.01)
6121 Classic (can be hacked up to version 5.11)
6121 Classic (can NOT be hacked starting version 6.01)
6210 Navigator (can be hacked up to version 3.08)
6210 Navigator (can NOT be hacked starting version 3.25, and possibly earlier)
6220 Classic (can be hacked up to version 3.06)
6220 Classic (can NOT be hacked starting version 3.23)

Nokia phones that can be hacked with all current firmware versions (but this may change, so search the web before you update your firmware):

N71 (Japan) (latest firmware version: 3.0630.7.06.1)
N71 (China) (latest firmware: 4.0642.1.05)
N73 (latest firmware: 4.0812.4.3.1)
N73 (China) (latest firmware: 10.0.0)
N73-1 (latest firmware: 4.0839)
N73-5 (latest firmware is 4.0814.4.1.1)
N76 (latest fimware is 31.0.014)
N77 (latest firmware is 3.0827.22.0.1)
N80 (latest firmware is 5.0725.0.1)
N91 (latest firmware is 2.20.008)
N91 8Gb (latest firmware is 3.10.023)
N93 (China) (latest firmware is 20.1.058)
N93-1 (latest firmware is 10.0.025 or 20.1.058)
N93i (China) (latest firmware is 30.1.013)
N93i-1 (latest firmware is 30.0.013)
N95-3 (latest firmware is 20.2.011)
E50 (latest firmware is 7.36.0.0)
E60 (latest firmware is 3.0633.09.04)
E61 (latest firmware is 3.0)
E61i (latest firmware is 3.0633.69.00)
E62 (latest firmware versions are 3.0633.09.13 and 3.0633.31.19)
E70 (latest firmware is 2.0618.07.10)
3250 (latest firmware is ?)
5500 Sport (latest firmware is 4.60)
5700 XpressMusic (latest firmware is 5.11)
6110 Navigator (China) (latest firmware is 5.12 ?)
6290 (latest firmware is 3.03)

Wanna downgrade your firmware?

Downgrading your firmware requires special skills and/or equipment. A Nokia Service Point can do it for you, but they'll try to refuse. If you upgraded the firmware of your Nokia 6120 Classic to the first hackproof firmware version (6.01), you may find that the new firmware introduces all sorts of new bugs and sucks your battery dry really fast. That's a good reason to demand a downgrade to the previous version (5.11). Firmware upgrades of other phone models may bring new bugs too, and if you claim that the new firmware broke the connection between your phone and your wireless router, or if your computer won't talk to your phone over Bluetooth anymore, the people at the Nokia Service Point will have to take your word for it unless they're willing to visit you at home.

 

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