Nemesis Service Suite for Nokia Handsets

Nemesis Service Suite is Nokia servicing solution. It supports all our current hardware devices - Nemesis Multiflasher Box, F1 device and Prodigy LPT device. It can also interface with Diamond for secure execution of additional applications. The most useful function is probably the VUD mode (Virtual USB Device) where it can directly communicate with any BB5 phone via DKU-2 USB cable. We are still providing free
download of the latest Beta versions of NSS.


Other Apps Are:-

Nokia SL_X Remote Tools
This software is to replace the old BB5 Logger. It can unlock latest SL3 Nokia phones, read ask files, generate simlock RPL files in real time, read unlock codes from the phones and upload them, read startup self tests etc.
Download RemoteTools 0.36

Nokia Tool
NokiaTool is logger for reading BB5 ask files and uploading RPL files via USB cable. All BB5 models are supported and users can enjoy quick and error free operation. The ask files are saved in NSS format, NokiaTool also will upload only NSS format files.
Download NokiaTool 10.6


Before using these apps, check whether your phone is under List of Nokia BB5 Phones or not.


Regain Your Security Code

1. Install Nokia PC Suite
2. Install Nemesis Service Suite (NSS) & select virtual USb device during installation
3. Connect your phone to your PC with data cable. If the phone prompts, choose default mode or PC Suite mode (DON’T OPEN PC SUITE)
4. Open Nemesis Service suite (NSS)
5. Click scan for new devices button (on top right corner of NSS)
6. Click Phone Info button.
7. Click Scan button.
8. Click Permanent Memory tab.
9. Click Read button.
10. It will read the permanent memory file and save it on the disk at following path.
C:\Program Files\NSS\Backup\pm\<IMEI>.pm
11. Open the .pm file using Notepad.
12. Now scroll until field [ 308], and on the 5th Record (5=) your security code is saved at there.
13. Like 5=31323334350000000000(Example)
14. Remove all 3's from line & ten 0's from end.
15. So, 12345 is your security code. (Example)


Reset Security Code

1. Install Nokia PC Suite
2. Install Nemesis Service Suite (NSS) & select virtual USb device during installation
3. Connect your phone to your PC with data cable. If the phone prompts, choose default mode or PC Suite mode (DON’T OPEN PC SUITE)
4. Open Nemesis Service suite (NSS)
5. Click scan for new devices button (on top right corner of NSS)
6. Click Phone Info button.
7. Click Scan button.
8. Under Power Mode, click Local and then click Change button. At this part, your phone should restart, and you should see the text Local mode across your phone screen.
9. Under Production Data Edit, click Read button. The textboxes should now contain values.
10. Check the Enable check box beside Product Code.
11. Click Write button.
12. SelectTools button on top
13. Click Factory Settings tab
13. Tick Full Factory button and click Reset button.
14. Final step, go back to Phone Info and click Normal then Change.
Now your security code should be 12345

For Series 60 phones, apply super nokia trick after doing nss reset. Super nokia trick is:
  • Switch off your cell phone
  • press and hold '*' key, 'call/green' key & '3' key
  • Switch on your phone while pressing these 3 keys
  • after formatting screen , release these keys

Enjoy!!!

6 comments:

  1. If you have a little bit free time, then please post more flashing apps.

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  2. I am trying for my NOKIA c3-00 but it gives error as "reading Eeprom Area....Error!"
    why is this error coming?? what is the solution?

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  3. u shud use phoenix for your nokia c-300

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  4. thank for help me,i wish you all the best

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  5. Thanks for giving information.I didn't hear this way.
    Here i wish to add my own experience.
    Recently i removed my forgotten security code by master reset with a help of
    Unlocking4Free.com I like their services.

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