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Old 11-02-2013, 10:19   #16 (permalink)
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Function is very good, thank you for Z3X team!!
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Old 11-10-2013, 06:35   #17 (permalink)
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Hello,

the cable for Jtag header[ gpgcable=10pins] if you take out v+ and Gnd pins you are left with 8pins to work with for searching pinouts. Now my question is, in the above Haier c200 example you have numbered the pin pads on the phone board from 1 to 14 and they are all possible pinouts and we are having only 8pins from the header cable which if we solder there will be still six tp on pcb left empty which might be part of the correct pinouts. How do you solve that? how do you have all the tpoints wired if they are 14....12...0r 15 so you avoid pin search failed and many endless trials?

the header has 20 pins in total but you have numerous GND and NC its like you can not expand it to increase the number of pins for searching to atleast 12 or 18? or is it possible?

b.r viniicell
hi mate....i m also having same que..as u put out....bt i m waiting that have any jtag team admin time to answer u and me.......
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Old 12-03-2013, 15:03   #18 (permalink)
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Jtag pin finder on Samsung i9000 (just for test):
Code:
Start Z3X Jtag Pin Finder...
Successfully connected to box on COM117
Waiting for box reset...
Box Working Mode: JTAG Pin Finder.
Start Z3X Jtag Pin Finder...
Stage 1: Search TCK / TMS / TDI / TDO...
Get IDCODE...
JTAG Pinout Found: TCK: Pin 9 / TMS: Pin 7 / TDI: Pin 5 / TDO: Pin 13
CPU IDCODE : 0x1BA00477 Mfg.: 0x23b, Part: 0xba00, Ver.: 0x1
CPU Manufacturer: QUALCOMM , CPU Name: CORTEX A8
Stage 2: Search TRST...
TRST Pin Found: TRST: Pin 3
Box Working Mode: JTAG Box.

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Old 10-11-2014, 22:06   #19 (permalink)
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STB JTAG pinout

Hi fellows, you guys made interesting thread there. I really need your help finding SRT4975A satellite dish receiver JTAG header. We have thousand of them with flash problem, they're sub-standard goods that our people can't resist buying.
Your help is more than welcome.
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RECEIVER MODEL: SRT4975A
PROCESSOR: STI511-GUC
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Old 11-15-2014, 19:04   #20 (permalink)
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Please, may you help us with a another guide which you'll explain how to correctly dump the memory flash !
I haven't understood who to chose the correct adress and the correct size !
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Old 03-13-2015, 15:22   #21 (permalink)
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Hi all, I have a Huawei Ascend Y330-U05; when I try to turn it shows me the logo of Huawei and 10 seconds the phone is restarted. I asked for help to restore the boot, but they told me they do not know how to get pinout, I attached pictures of the PCB from the front and behind. Thanks in advance.
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Hi all, I have a Huawei Ascend Y330-U05; when I try to turn it shows me the logo of Huawei and 10 seconds the phone is restarted. I asked for help to restore the boot, but they told me they do not know how to get pinout, I attached pictures of the PCB from the front and behind. Thanks in advance.
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Is it Qualcomm MSM8225 based phone or MTK 6572A?
If MSM8225 then check pins under sticker with IMEI.
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Old 03-17-2015, 19:13   #23 (permalink)
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Is it Qualcomm MSM8225 based phone or MTK 6572A?
If MSM8225 then check pins under sticker with IMEI.
It is a MTK6572 based phone
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It is a MTK6572 based phone
MTK6572 can be flashed with standard micro usb cable.
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Old 03-19-2015, 15:33   #25 (permalink)
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MTK6572 can be flashed with standard micro usb cable.
As I can do? Sigma have tried and there is not yet an Medusa pinout. This is the situation that gave rise to the problem: the boot sector was flashed with MTKDroid for upgrading the OS Jelly Bean 4.2 to 4.4 ClockWorkMod KK, but what happened is that restarts once showing the logo of Huawei
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Try wipe from recovery.
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Old 03-27-2015, 16:36   #27 (permalink)
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I just need the pinout to write in the sector where the recovery is stored, because you have the phone is having a recovery from another phone model, in this case a recovery with CWM
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I just need the pinout to write in the sector where the recovery is stored because the phone has a recovery from another phone model for which is not compatible, in this case a recovery with CWM. I need a way to restore with jtag start
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wow complete thread thanks
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Old 05-12-2015, 16:22   #30 (permalink)
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You can use the PC LTP to discover the pins on the board? If possible, there is any program that facilitates this task?
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