How to Flash a Sony Ericsson W810

The Sony Ericsson W810 is the successor to the Sony Ericsson W10 and was released in April 2003. This mobile phone features a 2-megapixel camera with autofocus, and a 20MB internal memory. Flashing your Sony Ericsson W810 will allow you to update the software, and unlock your phone. You will need a USB cable and special software to flash your Sony Ericsson phone.

Things You'll Need

  • USB cable
  • Flashing software


    • 1

      Charge the battery of the Sony Ericsson W810. It should be fully charged before it is flashed.

    • 2

      Remove the mobile phone's memory card. This is located at the bottom of the phone. Turn on the Sony Ericsson W810.

    • 3

      Download a Sony Ericsson W810 flashing software to your computer.

    • 4

      Install the software on your computer. Locate the file of the download and double-click it. This will initiate the installation process. Wait for the installation to complete.

    • 5

      Download a USB driver for the Sony Ericsson W810.

    • 6

      Install the driver on your computer. Double-click on the file and the installation will start. Reboot your computer once it has finished.

    • 7

      Connect the Sony Ericsson W810 to the computer using the mobile phone's USB data cable. Plug the cable into the USB port of the computer. The computer should detect the mobile phone and will search for the drivers that you installed.

    • 8

      Press and hold the "Call" button of the mobile down for a few seconds to allow the flashing software to detect the Sony Ericsson W810.

    • 9

      Open the flashing application that you installed on the computer by double-clicking on the desktop icon. On the drop-down menu, select "Flash."

    • 10

      Start the flashing process by pressing the "OK" button. Wait for the flashing process to be completed before unplugging the Sony Ericsson from the computer. Unplugging the mobile phone from the computer during the flashing process may cause damage to the mobile phone.

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