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Old 08-06-2008, 18:00   #1 (permalink)
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Old 08-07-2008, 15:39   #2 (permalink)
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What is phone bottom connector type ?
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Old 09-17-2008, 18:40   #3 (permalink)
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What is phone bottom connector type ?




1x20 sir..


and pin finder didnt find it.. and there are some points on the board that not called rx or tx or gnd.. but i forund power on\off


pls check the points..





MCU


o (gnd) o o o






o

o

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o (power on\off)
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1x20 sir..


and pin finder didnt find it.. and there are some points on the board that not called rx or tx or gnd.. but i forund power on\off


pls check the points..





MCU


o (gnd) o o o






o

o

o

o

o (power on\off)


pin finder error...


software version: 1.14
cable type: 1x20 (L20A)
platform: MT: MT62xx (autodetect)
searching adapter at COM2...
adapter found, version: 2000
pins: 20, plain
power cycles: 1
activation cycles: 7
power-off delay: 20
start Rx/Tx: 1/1
Loading configuration...
Initializing...
Press and HOLD phone Power button now !
detecting pins...
19200 fixed
19200 fixed
19200 fixed
19200 fixed
19200 fixed
19200 fixed
19200 fixed
19200 fixed
19200 fixed
error: boot initialization step-2 failed: B0
19200 fixed
19200 fixed
19200 fixed
19200 fixed
19200 fixed
failed to detect pins
time required: 168 sec
Power Off !
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Old 09-17-2008, 18:49   #5 (permalink)
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What is phone CPU chip name ?
Can you attach PCB photo ?
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1x20 sir..


and pin finder didnt find it.. and there are some points on the board that not called rx or tx or gnd.. but i forund power on\off


pls check the points..





MCU


o (gnd) o o o






o

o

o

o

o (power on\off)


and when i boot it with point on the boards gives this error tooo..

software version: 1.14
cable type: 1x20 (L20A)
platform: MT: MT62xx (autodetect)
searching adapter at COM2...
adapter found, version: 2000
pins: 20, plain
power cycles: 1
activation cycles: 7
power-off delay: 20
start Rx/Tx: 1/1
Loading configuration...
Initializing...
Press and HOLD phone Power button now !
detecting pins...
error: boot initialization step-2 failed: A0
error: boot initialization step-2 failed: A0
error: boot initialization step-3 failed: A0
error: boot initialization step-2 failed: A0
error: boot initialization step-3 failed: A0
error: boot initialization step-2 failed: A0
error: boot initialization step-2 failed: A0
error: boot initialization step-2 failed: A0
19200 fixed
error: boot initialization step-2 failed: F8
error: boot initialization step-2 failed: A0
error: boot initialization step-2 failed: A0
error: boot initialization step-2 failed: A0
error: boot initialization step-2 failed: A0
error: boot initialization step-2 failed: 00
error: boot initialization step-2 failed: A0
error: boot initialization step-2 failed: A0
error: boot initialization step-3 failed: A0
error: boot initialization step-2 failed: A0
error: boot initialization step-3 failed: A0
19200 fixed
error: boot initialization step-2 failed: FC
error: boot initialization step-2 failed: A0
failed to detect pins
time required: 160 sec
Power Off !
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What is phone CPU chip name ?
Can you attach PCB photo ?
hi sir..

it has mt6226ba cpu..and i will add pcb phote a few min. later..


thanx alot..
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What is phone CPU chip name ?
Can you attach PCB photo ?
pics r not clearly.. i marked the pins.. pls check it sir..
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what is phone cpu chip name ?


arm

mt6226ba
0740-boal
dp4591
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nobody has any idea..? or pinout..? it is a bit urgent..
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Old 09-19-2008, 21:54   #12 (permalink)
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What is phone CPU chip name ?
sir..

is there any news about this phone..?


b.r..
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hello!

you must examinate this test points with multimeter with attached battery
when you see voltages 2,7-2,9 volts- those will be tx/rx
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you must examinate this test points with multimeter with attached battery
when you see voltages 2,7-2,9 volts- those will be tx/rx

oki sir.. i will check the points...

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unfortunately i don`t have another pcb photo.
you can remove the esd filter ic;
another way is to remove the resistors;
if don`t work,try to invert rx / tx ,cos` i`m not sure about that
this is pinout for CPU-A (MT6226BA)
CPU-B is another manufacturer ( SKYWORKS , i think)
so you can`t yet communicate with CPU-B
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