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QUALCOMM Models (3G) SGH-Z105x, SGH-Z107x, Z110, Z130, Z140, Z300, Z320i, Z500, Z510, ZM60, ZV10, ZV30, ZX10.

View Poll Results: which ??
JRT 248 36.96%
ORT 423 63.04%
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Old 05-29-2010, 18:09   #1 (permalink)
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Question ORT vs JRT ???? JTAG box


want to get a jtag but t i want to know wich one is better , easy to use, more pro , models supported
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Old 05-29-2010, 18:11   #2 (permalink)
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want to get a jtag bt ut i want to know wich one is better , easy to use, more pro , models supported
SURE,no doubt....good one is ORT.....
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Old 05-29-2010, 18:19   #3 (permalink)
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but people don't forget that JRT is newer then ORT.....
i'll like if some JRT owners speak here !!!!
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Old 06-02-2010, 22:01   #4 (permalink)
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people where are u.................
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Old 06-03-2010, 11:51   #5 (permalink)
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very need have 2 device
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Omnia repairtool is very bad box . plz don,t buy this box . this box no good support .
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Omnia repairtool is very bad box . plz don,t buy this box . this box no good support .
box is very good -support is very bad
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i don't have yet.................
but i know
the same is so expensive.
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Ort support very very bad !
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Old 06-05-2010, 22:34   #10 (permalink)
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****ing support ORT very bad
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SMTi JTAG Repair Tool [ JRT ] Support Section in this forum:
SMTi JRT - GSM-Forum

We have start 01.04.2010.
Its young project with really good features.
Supported many CPU :MSM6245, MSM6246, MSM6250, MSM6250A, MSM6260, MSM6275,MSM6280, MSM6281, MSM6290, MSM72xx

Have factory boot calculation partition for NAND flash chips ( AMSS, OEMSBL2, OEMSBL1, QCSBL ) and have BIN file read/write option.

Working with many devices.

Have code reading by JTAG TP from All HTC devices all FW version and all boot verson.

With all due respect for ORT ... My vote on JRT


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I have ort.. but have no problem to say that ORT has very very very bad support.

badly documented.

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SMTi JTAG Repair Tool [ JRT ] Support Section in this forum:
SMTi JRT - GSM-Forum

We have start 01.04.2010.
Its young project with really good features.
Supported many CPU :MSM6245, MSM6246, MSM6250, MSM6250A, MSM6260, MSM6275,MSM6280, MSM6281, MSM6290, MSM72xx

Have factory boot calculation partition for NAND flash chips ( AMSS, OEMSBL2, OEMSBL1, QCSBL ) and have BIN file read/write option.

Working with many devices.

Have code reading by JTAG TP from All HTC devices all FW version and all boot verson.

With all due respect for ORT ... My vote on JRT


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This is good soft and support,but dont this support PXA CPU 270,310,312 and OMAP
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i have activated this JRT because of good support and i know the more is coming in the future !!!!!
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Am not sure bout u guys, but I have ORT & am very happy with it. I have unlocked over 20pcs of T-Mobile G1, Revived over 10 dead Samsung in the past 1 month. I will try to get JRT & compare, although I believe each & every box is unique in its own way. As a Professional its good to have everything. JRT is still new so lets see more CPU's Supported. ORT has its own forum, if u Search & Read u dont need help from Support. A lot of people cry about BAD SUPPORT expecting everything to be easy so they will just press the UNLOCK BUTTON. Sometimes its much more than just a button.

Good Luck
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