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Wink Understanding the Job Requirements CPU MTK 6223


Working conditions MTK 6223 CPU




Like on MTK 6225 CPU which we have discussed before, so being able to work with both the CPU requires three main conditions, namely

1. Working voltage
2. Clock
3. Work orders


Differences that would look so striking on phones that use MTK 6223 CPU (in this comic on your phone G381i and HT Nexian G10) is where there is no IC Power as a major regulator of cell phone use MTK 6225 CPU. In this type of CPU has terintegrated Power management in the CPU itself.


Consider the following layout:




In the layout in the Power Management Circuit nampaj contained in the CPU is MTK 6223. So that the CPU in addition to functioning as a data processor also functions as a regulator. For he is a regulator, then enable the form off and power on the input lines will vbat directly into the CPU

Notice the layout of pins on MTK 6235 CPU follows:



As in the previous MTK CPU working conditions, then the terms of this work on any 6223 MTK are equally good or big name tegangannnya. The voltages are

- Voltage FiO at 2.8v on pin B7

Input Voltage Out put this one of the main voltage needed by the CPU directly. If the voltage does not exist then the CPU can not work, and our phones will experience the death total

- A sum of 1.8v vCore voltage 8V at pin A7
- A sum of 1.8v vCore voltage 8V at pin A7 Stress is also a main voltage required by the CPU to be working.

- Voltage of 2.8v Vana 8V on pin C1


This internal voltage required by IC Power, although not a direct voltage to the CPU sufficient, but if the voltage is missing will cause the CPU can not work.


- Voltage of 2.8v Vmem 8V on pin B6

This voltage is needed by flash ic. If the voltage does not exist then ic flash as data storage device we will not be able terbooting by the CPU and our phones will not be able to live.


Here is an example of the voltage measurement points MTK 6223



If there is one that does not stress out, then we can conclude that the regulator does not function to exclude one of these voltages. The most correct solution or by the rules is that you must perform the replacement of MTK, but if you want to do a little pengiritan without replacing the IC, then you can make jumpers from another large voltage equal voltage.
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Clock (Hz units)


If diibarakan in humans, I made the parable of the phone's clock as the heart beats. To facilitate understanding of this clock, I tried to give a simple example in our daily lives.

Samplenya like this ...
Have you tried to run one lap around the ******** field or two rounds. If we ever do, and if we rarely do that, what will happen after you do a run seputaran these?
I am sure you already know that happened, dizzy eyes, irregular breathing, it's just going to faint, Punung cigarettes and smoke out of our *****s are smokers .. hehhhe ... ... You can equate it with the condition of your conditions of a mobile phone was problematic part of his clock. The phone will be groggy, head-phones will senut senut, and that happens usually your phone will "lelet" will work in "slow motion", the phone will restart, ringtones will be hoarse, and others. This occurs because the data that comes out of the phone is not in accordance with proper.
Can you imagine, what if the clock was not working at all? Like a man who does not .. his heart beating? Yes .... The phone will die totally.
Approximately such a simple parable about the clock. Hopefully bias in my language understood by this simple .. emang biased because I am not speaking of heights, other than fear of bias friends do not understand, I too may not understand what I wrote later hehehehe ..

Clock source of the phone is a component that we call oscilator.


There are two types of clocks on our mobile phones as a CPU working conditions, namely:



- Sleep clock for 32.768Khz






Sleep Clock oscillator scheme which I capture the above can be found on page CPU. When we press on off the power ic will provide responses to sleep oscillator frequency so that the issue amounted to 32 768 Khz. This clock will be used by the CPU as one CPU working conditions to be working.

- RF Clock sebesar 26Mhz.




Clock frequencies of 26Mhz RF generated by the IC Rf which is derived by processing data from the RF oscillator clock. That is, if we perform measurements on the RF output to the CPU and Clock that we are not getting value for 26Mhz, then it is caused by the rf ic dysfunction or malfunction of the RF oscillator clock, so that should not produce output.

However please note, that in order to be able to work, Ic RF voltage VRF Requires registration 2.8v which is produced by a regulator, ie VRF Regulator. To be able to release output, then this regulator requires such a condition that we discussed earlier.
Measurement of RF clock and clock both sleep clock, clock or other clock later can be done by using the frequency counter. How do these measurements on mobile china, has a bonus DVD enclosed in this comic.


Notice the structure of the VRF Regulator follows:




Enable on the Enable regulators VXO above is sourced from the CPU. Ordered to work with the CPU voltage regulator 2.8v sebesat. if we get a case of VRF was not out at 2.8v, then the phone automatically we will die because the total absence due to supply voltage to generate RF rf ic clock to the CPU. Simple steps we can do if we get VRF cases did not come out with a voltage of 2.8v is doing jumpers from other voltage-to-voltage VRF, for example from Vmem voltage of 2.8v.
In some phones you'll probably be found where there is no regulator VRF, you do not need to bother with this. If not found an external regulator as shown above, then the most likely is the direct VRF Ic produced by Power or CPU that has been functioning as a regulator.
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Work orders

Some work orders actually indirectly I have written above ... shaped enable regulators. Enable that I have written previously are:

- On-off as to enable the workings of power ic.
During the process of flashing on mobile china, generally we have to press the on off button to respond to the cpu to do the booting process. That is, without pressing the on off well when performing the search process RX / TX and when the flashing, the flashing process itself is not going to happen.
Note Pin PWRKEY D3 point. This path is the path of the on off on off the entrance to the CPU.
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- Enable VCO at 2.8v as to enable VRF Regulator
Enable is sourced from the CPU, this command is to order the VRF regulators to begin working out at 2.8v voltage VRF. course to be worked out then the regulator output requires input vbat and grounding. Without both of them then this output would not be out.


- There's one more job orders originating from the internal CPU to CPU itself is reset, this command at 2.8v. This gives the command to reset the CPU to start can work, provided all other conditions are perfect work, both the voltage and clock needed by the CPU.
Note the reset of the scheme in addition to the MTK 6223. Reset pin is at C3. If on MTK 6225 CPU we learned that this Reset ic Power comes from the CPU to the phone because there is no Power Ic, then this command comes from the CPU into the CPU itself.
Measurement of these work orders can be done using avo meter like when you do a voltage measurement. Voltage measurement steps with avometer I have attached the dvd found on every purchase of this comic.



From the above discussion of the working conditions we can deduce some of the main employment requirements CPU chinese mobile phone with MTK CPU 6225, namely:

1. On Off
2. 2.8v FiO
3. VCore 1.8v
4. Vana 2.8v
5. Vmem 2.8v
6. VRF 2.8v
7. Rf 26Mhz Clock
8. Sleep Clock 32.768Khz
9. Enable VXO 2.8v
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Like on MTK 6225 CPU which we have discussed before
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Like on MTK 6225 CPU which we have discussed before
This tutorial (module/book) made by ichal_spy
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nice share......

but another time tell me when u translate my tutorial....


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