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|05-19-2012, 11:48||#47 (permalink)|
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Man, there is no schematic.
Inside the box is an atmega 128 processor, some voltage regulator, ftdi chip and a few passives. It really is not a difficult thing to trace.
Open the box and look inside, if you do not recognise some chips, just put the number from there into google and find the data sheet.
If you spend time working with mobile phone repair then this should be a simple task
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