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Old 03-10-2009, 07:50   #1 (permalink)
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what it means to check the first and lat pin on MT-BOX

Hi guys (and ladies)

The most common causes of lack of communication with the Nokia BB5 is damaged UTP connector which consists of 10 pins.
Frequently by inserting cables 8-pins or other non-10-pins. (pic.1)

If your phone doesn't communicate with the program and isn't damaged or loaders are in the wrong folder or internal cable fault (resistance on BSI line), then we say that you need to check first and last pin - in this FAQ I will show you a quick demonstration how to change a new one. (pic.2)

WARNING! If you take yourself to exchange the item will automatically lose the guarantee on the unit
- remember you need to know basic soldering guide (pic.3)

After sucessfully removing old UTP slot (pic.3) clean carefully soldering field (pic.4)

When you insert a new connector then can enjoy the action of your MT-Box device

Good Luck !
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Old 03-10-2009, 08:48   #2 (permalink)
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Ive really solved this Prob 7 months ago doing the SAME thing
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