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Cat s60 firmware download
I'd like to download the CSC Cat 60 firmware. I see no direct download for the cat 60, but I can't find the CSC directory for the cat 60. Does anyone know where to get this firmware?
Hi, I have CSC 60 on my old LG P900 phone and I downloaded the firmware from the LG website, but in my phone it's still as it was before I downloaded the firmware. I have the serial and all the drivers etc. I need the file that lets me update my phone, it's the firmware that allows it to use the "P900" in the dialer as the dialing key. If you have any suggestions, thank you.
The latest firmware for the CSC is CSC3.2 (1.4MB). If your phone is an "old" P900 (1.5.1 and earlier) you will have to try to update it using the following steps. The "old" P900 are different than the "newer" P900s (P925, P950) and "P900"s that are being replaced (P930, P960, P980).
First you must download and install the "Update Tool" software package avlable for the older models here: http://www.csc.dk/download/p900/UpdateTool/p900tool_windows_1.5_5.0.0_7.1.0_windows_2.3.0.rar This will let you download and install the new firmware on your phone. I have tried the steps below and they work. It is a step-by-step tutorial.
Download the firmware (CSC3.2) from the link above.
Install the software package.
Reboot the phone.
After reboot is finished, plug in your phone to the computer and turn on the phone by holding the volume down button (the button the the bottom-right corner of your phone) and the home button.
Click on the "Update Tool" software package.
This will let you choose if you want to update all the apps on your phone (yes) or only update a single app.
This will load the firmware update software and connect your phone to your computer.
You can do nothing else for the next few minutes, and you might need to reboot your phone once or twice to make sure that it can talk to the computer.
After that, it should ask you to unlock your phone with your computer. If you know your phone password you can type it here. If you don't know your password, you should do a factory reset by pressing and holding the power button for about 30 seconds. Your phone will then ask you to input the code to your own phone. If you do the factory reset your phone will have a new password.
After it is done, your phone will reboot, and you should see your new firmware on your phone (with the new date on top) (see image at the bottom of this guide).
After a few minutes you should see all the icons for your phone (in order to see the camera icon, press the power button for a few seconds).
From there you should be able to do everything you could do before (or it might be able to do some things a little faster).
If you notice some of the icons on the top (phone icon, the clock, etc.) are missing, that is a small problem. When the device starts up it connects to the computer to check if any firmware updates are avlable. That means it will reset your phone to be able to do the update. You can always do a factory reset and try to do the update agn.
Here is a basic tutorial on rooting your Xperia XZ. You will need to download Rootzcom (a XDA app that you can find in the Xperia XZ app store. Or you can get it here).
If you did not unlock your phone for any other apps, you should see the Google Play Store and the Xperia XZ app store (from the Xperia X app store) are there. You can update the apps or search for a program and install it.
From here you should be able to see the normal apps.
If you didn't install any custom firmware and/or change your home screen, everything should be there. I am not sure if I explned this right but if you have any questions just ask.
It is important to mention that I have not had any problems rooting my phone after I used this tutorial. So it should be ok.
I am happy to help you with anything else.
And yes, the Xperia XZ has an official release date. It is supposed to be out this November or December. Sony sd that they would be giving more info when they have it.
I know everyone will want to know what all these mods do but Sony will have to release a full manual and there are only so many modders out there and they can't keep providing manual after manual of every phone to cover everything.
I hope you guys like the tutorial. And I hope it will help you root your Xperia XZ. You can ask me anything you want and I will answer you as fast as I can.
Thanks for reading this tutorial!
Feel free to share your thoughts and/or experience with me and my tutorials.
All the best!
Note: I am a developer myself and I'm going to be writing a different guide in the next few weeks. I am not going to copy the entire guide you are currently reading. I'm going to add a lot of new info that I'm sure you'll find very interesting. This way, I don't risk anything because I do have the whole thing written in my head.
If you have any ideas or if you see something that could be improved, just let me know.