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bengong 02-05-2005 16:34

Mcu id bad checksum and mcu did not boot error problem
 
Hi, I bought pbb box a week ago and still can use to flash any phone until right now....always got mcu did not boot or bad mcu id checksum errors. Anyone got solutions ?


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shaaker 02-05-2005 17:07

I think the problem is your power supply,try with stabilized power not acp X charger

alif30 02-05-2005 17:09

I think this only problem cable.

bengong 02-05-2005 17:32

I already try both 7,5v and 9v powers, still same results. I don't use acp charger, i use a stabilized power supply already. If the problem is the cable, do u think i should remove all resistors from my cable ??? for information I use all brand new cable that packeted with ufs3....

yohansantoso 02-06-2005 18:26

call me A.S.A.P ?????? :D

Zaihtam 02-07-2005 07:28

Quote:

Originally Posted by bengong
I already try both 7,5v and 9v powers, still same results. I don't use acp charger, i use a stabilized power supply already. If the problem is the cable, do u think i should remove all resistors from my cable ??? for information I use all brand new cable that packeted with ufs3....

I think it's not about the voltage that you use, but it's about the current that PBB draw. get a power supply more than 5 V/1A. Because it's working fine.


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