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    Question Old Samsung model SM-V700 firmware repair?

    Hey Samsung experts,

    Would anyone remember how to bring your Samsung SM-V700 watch back to life
    I sometimes played with Odin- program too much and now the clock has been left out of action..

    When I press the power button, I get the clock "Firmware upgrade upgrade encountered an issue"....so something is alive there.

    So, once I have fully done something wrong or suspended between the measure upgrade..

    In the files you will find "DOWNLOAD SAMSUNG GALAXY GEAR SM-V700 NEE NORDIC COUNTRIES V700XXUCNK1 FIRMWARE" which I think should be correct for the clock.
    Do I need a clock to restore other files or is it completely impossible?

    I think I need step by step guide If there's some possibility to get it alive...lol

    .... I'm out like a snowman at the moment: D?

    -Mika

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    Sorry for the inaccurate picture!

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    Quote Originally Posted by msaastam View Post
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    Sorry for the inaccurate picture!
    Hi there

    I've no experience with flashing wearables...

    Maybe other readers can help you...?

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    Hey again,

    And thanks to "henklbr"... hope we found someone who remember how these things must to do

    I continued to explore my old watch. Some spirit really lives there.
    The watch recognizes that it is the Samsung SM-V700. The binary file inside would appear to be "Samsung Official".

    Now I just need to know what I should use Odin to try to move to the clock, because the System status is in "Custom" mode.

    I am enclosing a picture of another state, in which at the moment I am

    - Mika

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    Greetings again!

    Self-repairs continue when no help is found!

    I use Odin3 (Odin3 v3.12.5) to import "new" firmware to clock. I've used Samfrew- site's NEE- firmware version V700XXUBNC1.
    I've used that site because somehow I can't download firmware from Sammobile's site for some reason ... even at a slow speed ... that's why I fetched the fillet from elsewhere....

    https://samfrew.com/download/Galaxy_...1/V700OXABNC1/

    Using this firmware, the watch is completed so far that it can be paired with the phone. The only problem now is that the clock's touchpad doesn't seem to work .... meaning pairing is unacceptable (You cannot accept pairing code).

    Maybe the fault may now be in the firmware I downloaded, the version of the Odin app, or somewhere else?

    Few pictures again if for any reason someone would like to fight for time with equipment belonging to history....lol

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    - Mika

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    Quote Originally Posted by msaastam View Post
    Greetings again!

    Self-repairs continue when no help is found!

    I use Odin3 (Odin3 v3.12.5) to import "new" firmware to clock. I've used Samfrew- site's NEE- firmware version V700XXUBNC1.
    I've used that site because somehow I can't download firmware from Sammobile's site for some reason ... even at a slow speed ... that's why I fetched the fillet from elsewhere....

    https://samfrew.com/download/Galaxy_...1/V700OXABNC1/

    Using this firmware, the watch is completed so far that it can be paired with the phone. The only problem now is that the clock's touchpad doesn't seem to work .... meaning pairing is unacceptable (You cannot accept pairing code).

    Maybe the fault may now be in the firmware I downloaded, the version of the Odin app, or somewhere else?

    Few pictures again if for any reason someone would like to fight for time with equipment belonging to history....lol

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    - Mika
    Hi there

    We can't help you with this: sorry

    Maybe other readers can...

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    Angry

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