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Nokia Legacy Phones ( DCT-1 ,2 ,3 ,L ) Nokia Legacy Models Like 1011, 1610, 211x, 2x20, 6050, 3110, 8110, NKxxx , 2100, 3210, 3310, 3330, 3410, 5110, 5210, 5510, 6110, 6150, 6210, 6250, 7110, 8210, 8250, 8850 also 9110 & 9210

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Old 10-06-2000, 01:13   #1 (permalink)
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Post TRICK 6+7 MAKE IT MORE EASY


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1)FIRST REMOVE THE BATTRY AND OPEN THE PHONE
2)CONNECT 4 WIRES FROM THE BATTERY TO THE PHONE ,,,TO LET THE PHONE ON WITH OUT BACK
COVER ,
NOW THE PHONE ON AND THE EEPROM IN FRONT OF YOU

START THE 034 AND READ THE PHONE
THEN CONNECT THE PIN 6&7 BY ANY CLEAN SCROWDRIVER ,,( BUT THE SCROWDRIVER BETWWEN BIN 6&7) ,AND DO ...THE NORMAL PROCEDGRE

ITS MORE EASY & SAVE THAN SOLDERING THE WIRES TO THE EEPROM .AND NO OVERHEAT ON THE EEPROM ,THEN NO CONTACT SERVICE

TESTED BY ME ,,,,,,,,,ITS VERY EASY

AMTX99 EASY PROCEDGRE
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Old 10-06-2000, 04:31   #2 (permalink)
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hi,

2 cables from battery is enough.
And also use 2 back cover of 5110.
solder battery contact to the first one.2 cables from + and - to the other cover (second).Disassembly a 5110 battery and take the output connector of 5110 battery.stick it to the other cover (second).
solder wires to the output connector.
Finally cut a square on the second cover to see the EEPROM.you can contact 6&7 pins directly with a screwdriver or pin of the pencil.

% 100 works and never soldering pin 6&7.
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Old 10-06-2000, 09:24   #3 (permalink)
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cut a square on the second cover to see the EEPROM ..that it is good
but if you dont have old back cover :-
just try to keep the phone on with out cover
you can fixed it by and any thing ,cabel for exampel .
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Old 10-07-2000, 09:45   #4 (permalink)
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U CAN KILL BATTEREY TO SOLDER IT WITH PHONE ,
IF U HAVE GOOD SOLDER IRON ,EVERYTHING WILL BE GOOD.
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Old 10-08-2000, 05:20   #5 (permalink)
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hi , igor_m.
Don't solder battery directly to the board.
5110 board has 2 battery contacts (in fact 4)
find two contacts form an old boards.stick this contacts to a first back cover.And also solder two wires to these contacts.find an old 5110 battery.open battery cover.disassembly battery outside connector.stick this connector to the second back cover.and also solder two wires to this connector which is coming from first back cover.place the 5110 board to this second cover.place battery to the first cover.Cut a square on the second back sover to see EEPROM.Now you can touch or connect EEPROM via screwdriver or needle.After now there is no soldering.You can unlock all phones with this SETUP.

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Old 10-08-2000, 20:57   #6 (permalink)
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I have an even easier mothod, taklk the phone apart as usual, then put back togeather but without the display screen. Also put battery back on. Power the phone on, run the nokia program, from the front of the phone you can see the eeprom, touch the pins with the screwdriver so they connect. Unlock as normal, and reconnect phone back no need for any solder or wires...tested many times without problems.

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I have an even easier mothod, taklk the phone apart as usual, then put back togeather but without the display screen. Also put battery back on. Power the phone on, run the nokia program, from the front of the phone you can see the eeprom, touch the pins with the screwdriver so they connect. Unlock as normal, and reconnect phone back no need for any solder or wires...tested many times without problems.

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Old 10-08-2000, 23:19   #8 (permalink)
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All you talked about a most stupid solution.
I have all soultion for all Nokia phones, no need to open phone, only you need is Mbus cable!!!
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Old 10-09-2000, 04:19   #9 (permalink)
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hi to all...

to M.A.D : this is an stupid idea without the display screen.you can only see MAD2 MCU+DSP,
not the EEPROM.

to Supergsm : instead of giving idea , send that program to us.we are using our Grandfather method.And also we don't have any M2BUS cable!!!!!we are only connecting pins of EEPROM.please send cable schematic too. :-)

Best Regards...

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Old 10-09-2000, 11:10   #10 (permalink)
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m.a.d
YOUR TRICK ITS GOOD FOR 3210 ONLY
BUT WE ARE TALKING ABOUT 5110...
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Old 10-10-2000, 00:24   #11 (permalink)
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TO: nightxyz
M.A.D : TALKING ABOUT 3210 NOT 5110
in 3210 you can see the eeprom if you
remove the lcd
TO:Supergsm
WE ARE GIVING stupid idea ,,,
BECAUSE WE HAVENT YOUR GREAD PROGRAM
WHICH CAN UNLOUCK 3210 VER 36
AND 5110 VER 28,29 WITH OUT OPENNING
THE PHONE...
so please tell us what program you are
useing to this phons ...or stop posting.
TO m.a.d
YOUR idea id very good to 3210

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Old 10-10-2000, 14:26   #12 (permalink)
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the easiest method is to use a long insulated wire w/ the copper just 5mm showing at the end of the wire, use a solid wire from telephone jacketed wire,
open the phone as usual return w/o the back cover, put the wire b/w 6 and 7, and put the battery hold it firmly so the contacts of the batt and the phone is fixed, use nokia tool, read me, open as usual, then remove the wire, since its long it can be removed easily,
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