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dark140 10-24-2016 22:12

Please. How do I work on Alusband
usb or not

yales666 10-25-2016 05:21

HELP : Can' write MTK Scatter file
 
I can't write scatter files to the EMMC, always showing

write failed address 0x0000008000

samadyo 10-25-2016 06:39

why easy jtag plus sign appears administrator error when activated deepfreeze ?

yales666 10-26-2016 12:30

HELP : Can' write MTK Scatter file
I can't write scatter files to the EMMC, always showing

Error: eMMC has a small size

samadyo 10-26-2016 13:14

HiPower mode is OFF
CMD Pullup Level: 2743 mV
CMD Active Level: 2794 mV
Can't init device. Reason: CMD Timeout Error


what's the solution? alternated scatter files remain so

Multi-COM 10-26-2016 20:01

Quote:

Originally Posted by KrzychuG (Post 12087805)
Logic says that as long as you have pinout for ISP connection you can solder to mainboard. If there's no pinout available for the phone you need, then taking out the eMMC is the only way.

There's no "universal" pinout if that's what you meant and MTK phones that does communicate via USB can mostly be done via USB only so no changes here.

It's not really true..... you can find eMMC ISP without any soldering using few methods.... we will soon show to perform those using VR-Table

chmsc_ELX 10-27-2016 05:06

JTAG pinout for alcatel 7040E MT6582..

phone prob: Logo restart no boot mode/ key combination failed to detect phone no reactio on device manager

tsabila 10-27-2016 07:01

Quote:

Originally Posted by vikboston (Post 12091241)
Hi,
eMMC spec can use only 1 bit, 4 bit or 8 bit data. I can add 4 bit data flashing, but flashing speed is limited by full speed USB hardware (~1 MB/s).
All eMMC data lines support (1bit, 4 bit and 8 bit) with high speed USB hardware (~20 MB/s) will be available in new Easy-Jtag Plus box.
Best Regards

so..., is it possible to enable 4bit data lines to current box?? due to there many
emmc socket / adapter compatible with current easy jtag box??

printis 10-27-2016 14:22

good job great team .................................

KrzychuG 10-27-2016 19:19

Quote:

Originally Posted by Multi-COM (Post 12122956)
It's not really true..... you can find eMMC ISP without any soldering using few methods.... we will soon show to perform those using VR-Table

Yes, you're right, you can check schematics if possible, try on another board or just use a trial and error method like described here. It's easier with your vr-table as you don't have to solder anything, but there are also phones that has at least one of the required pins connected directly to the CPU (like Lumia 435 with data lines) and it's a no-go anyway.

Bond.Flasher 10-28-2016 18:07

Good Update from Team Easy-Jtag....I love Easy-Jtag

archy906 10-28-2016 23:19

great update easy jtag, next update please add feature reset emmc for sk hynix. sandisk etc, repartition non samsung emmc, and feature from qdloader 9008 to 9006 via usb, cause nothing possible for easy jtag.
bravo more power for easy jtag....

dark140 10-29-2016 01:01

Please. How do I work on Alusband
usb or not

pinmobilepr 10-29-2016 11:22

i wait 3 mounth for Z3 emmc update write by vendor MTK, LG, Samsung.....anythings qualcomm.... this is a big solutions , big thank for Z3 Team .i love you

Multi-COM 10-29-2016 20:01

Quote:

Originally Posted by KrzychuG (Post 12125268)
Yes, you're right, you can check schematics if possible, try on another board or just use a trial and error method like described here. It's easier with your vr-table as you don't have to solder anything, but there are also phones that has at least one of the required pins connected directly to the CPU (like Lumia 435 with data lines) and it's a no-go anyway.

If there are no full pinout needed for direct (so eMMC ISP) then ofcurse you cannot locate it but there is also other way not described here using oscilloscope and signals tracing - similar method are using for compliance test/debuging eMMC....


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