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Old 01-30-2013, 19:37   #1 (permalink)
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Lumia 710 RM-803 can't repair boot! always fail <<< SOLVED - Solution Inside >>>

Hello,

I have a Nokia Lumia 710 RM-803, that came to me dead, his owner told me that he formatted the partion after that the phone goes dead.

So i tried to repair the boot, the first checking connection was as quoted below
After that i ticked OSBL Qcomm and tried to repair boot amny times but always getting error (screenshot below)

then i tried to make unlock and see what will happen.

When i made unlock some times i was getting error message from the start and sometimes it start dumping AMSS but fail at the end.

I tried to check with diffrent Fbus vccio voltage from the settings but didn't really help

I am using big ATFbox.

Thanks in advance for your help

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23:00:22 : ================================================== ====
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23:00:22 : Lumia Test Point Connection Module
23:00:22 : ================================================== ====
23:00:22 : ================================================== ====
23:00:22 :
23:00:22 : 1. DO NOT USE THE PHONE"S BATTERY
23:00:22 : 2. Connect the Soldered TP Connections to ATF Box
23:00:22 : 3. Disconnect the USB Cable and Wait until the
23:00:22 : the ATF Software will tell you to Connect the USB.
23:00:22 :
23:00:28 :
23:00:28 : Interface Reset OK!
23:00:28 : Reading Platform Information...
23:00:28 : Selecting Active Handle...
23:00:28 : Select Handle OK!
23:00:28 : Sending Ping...
23:00:28 : Ping Reply OK!
23:00:28 :
23:00:28 : Lumia 710 Detected (Boot Damaged)
23:00:28 : Use REPAIR BOOT to Fix this Phone
23:00:28 :
23:00:28 : Storage Device Information
23:00:28 : Manufacturer ID: 90
23:00:28 : Application ID : 014A
23:00:28 : Product Name : HYNIX
23:00:28 : Product Rev : 5D
23:00:28 : Product SN : 006E8753
23:00:28 :
23:00:28 : Protection Information
23:00:28 : Write Protect A: OFF
23:00:28 : Write Protect B: OFF






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Old 01-30-2013, 22:46   #2 (permalink)
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Try 2 things...

First check TP Pictures, you will see RED and YELLOW as a combined connection.
Check if just using RED wire alone will fix your problem (do not use yellow wire connection.)


If the problem persists, remove 1 small component inside your ATF Box. See attached
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Thank you for your prompt reply,

I tried to use the test point as you told me above methode 1 (without the Yellow wire connection) at first the software stuck, but I repeated the operation many times and it succeed at the end. I turned on the phone and it is working and unlocked

I tried to unlock it just for test if this method works on unlocking also, but the phone become dead again. I just repaired the boot, and it became to normal

PS: is it necessary to remove the component from the ATF main board? If we do so is there any issue that will probably show up?

Thank you for your help and support
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Thank you for your prompt reply,

I tried to use the test point as you told me above methode 1 (without the Yellow wire connection) at first the software stuck, but I repeated the operation many times and it succeed at the end. I turned on the phone and it is working and unlocked

I tried to unlock it just for test if this method works on unlocking also, but the phone become dead again. I just repaired the boot, and it became to normal

PS: is it necessary to remove the component from the ATF main board? If we do so is there any issue that will probably show up?

Thank you for your help and support
Thanks to know that your problem solved , We recommend to remove that component only if not perform the operation . it is safe & will not create any problem in future




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