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Old 08-25-2013, 22:55   #31 (permalink)
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emmc pinout


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it will be Easier for us if you will post emmc pinouts or Photos where to connect the wires to the phones not for all jast for
the popular and Trouble phones
9100 9300 9305 9500 ........


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Old 08-30-2013, 09:04   #32 (permalink)
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help for galaxy S3 duos SCH I939D

I have samsung galaxy S3 duos (SCH I939D) , It is not launched in India. samsung has made it for China & Russia. Mine is fron China. The problen with the phone is that PLAY STORE is not running and phone is not receiving 3G network. And even there is not any option to change network mode to WCDMA. Can rooting or flashing solve my problem ?


And also somethings are in chinese language which cant be removed or deleted by me. As there are not any option to delete those chinese things. Can I delete them also. The OS of my mobile can be changed to English version ?

kindly reply soon
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how to flash rom2 with usb on gt i9300?
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Old 09-18-2013, 12:14   #34 (permalink)
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For all advanced users - again - whare to get 3.3v and 1.8 on box board :
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Old 10-26-2013, 11:59   #35 (permalink)
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very use full guide!!!!!!
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Old 12-28-2013, 14:31   #36 (permalink)
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For people who don't want to buy the adapter, here is the modification to supply the eMMC from the box:

Remove R3, R6 and re-route the pins 17 and 19 to the internal regulators U7 and U6. This means we will have VCCQ 1.8V on pin 19 and VCC 3.3V on pin 17.
WARNING, remember that you will have ALL THE TIME this two voltage on the connector, so use this 2 pins ONLY and ONLY when dealing with eMMC direct!
Your image shows the different pins of the second image (the official Easyjtag) need to modify or are the same just with different names?

DAT0 = TDI?

CLK = TRST?

CMD = VREF?
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Your image shows the different pins of the second image (the official Easyjtag) need to modify or are the same just with different names?

DAT0 = TDI?

CLK = TRST?

CMD = VREF?
internal power of easy-jtag box not enough for stable direct emmc read/write.
Please use external power.
Or build adapter or buy adapter.

How atach phone i have posted in 1st post of this thread with detayl shematic.
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For all advanced users - again - whare to get 3.3v and 1.8 on box board :
Not a solution. Some chips need 1.8V level for cmd and 2.8V for VDD. So the problem is that you can have just 1.8 or just 2.8 on CMD and VSSQ with such solution.
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Old 01-29-2014, 16:07   #39 (permalink)
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This Thread is so unhelpful for ppl who are new in JTAG/EMMC. How do I find the Pinout on the PCB of the phone? where do i connect the wires on the phone. Pls stop saying it has already been answered because there is not a simple picture or a Turtorial. Every thread about ppl who have succesfully repaired their phones with JTAG/EMMS direct dont show any picture of the connection etc....sometimes i ask my self why ppl are that selfish
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Your image shows the different pins of the second image (the official Easyjtag) need to modify or are the same just with different names?

DAT0 = TDI?

CLK = TRST?

CMD = VREF?
Hi,

1st one picture is for emmc program connection only
2nd one picture is jtag connection only
thats the defference between.

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in support only have three models:
I9082 ,I9300 and N7100 . where is the other models ?
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For people who don't want to buy the adapter, here is the modification to supply the eMMC from the box:

Remove R3, R6 and re-route the pins 17 and 19 to the internal regulators U7 and U6. This means we will have VCCQ 1.8V on pin 19 and VCC 3.3V on pin 17.
WARNING, remember that you will have ALL THE TIME this two voltage on the connector, so use this 2 pins ONLY and ONLY when dealing with eMMC direct!
Hello Sir,

when we work/repair in another model but not in direct EMMC, is the modified box work ?
or we need to modified again into original state to make it work ?

pls.kindly answer.
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Until today there is no official application of Easy-Jtag that is using pin 17 or pin 19.
So my box is still modified.
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Can I use adapter GPGeMMCBOX with easy Jtag?
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Can I use adapter GPGeMMCBOX with easy Jtag?
i not understand about what adapter you are talking
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