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Old 05-06-2007, 04:33   #1 (permalink)
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Question Problems with testpoint on A1000

I'm unable to get PC detect S Blank Rainbow.

Smart-Clip instructions are often unclear so can anyone answere these question by experience, not by what smart-clip site says:

1) Will it work if button 1+2 is pressed before connecting battery?
2) Will LED on phone light up when done correctly, or should it be unlit at all times if done correctly?

No matter what i do, LED will light up, and pressing button 1+2 makes no difference - nothing is detected. BUT, if i press 1+2 before connecting battery, LED does not light, and as soon as i release buttons, PC will detect "Flash Operating System Interface". If i press the buttons again, it will detect "Flash Interface". Where is the problem - usb-cable (pin 13-14 shorted), or testpoint connection problem?

How can i know that the usb cable is correct?
Old 05-07-2007, 20:46   #2 (permalink)
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Can noone answere these questions?

Also, is it really necessary to click "Search" in Smartmoto BEFORE releasing testpoint?
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Nevermind.. I got it unlocked now. But of course, not using the method described at I had to do this:

Connect testpoint
Press and hold a+b
Connect battery
Release a+b
Press and hold a+b again
Click search
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Old 05-08-2007, 09:35   #4 (permalink)
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TP a to b
Attach BATT
Click Search and Continuously Press A B Button
When Got Detect with moto
Release TP.
thats my Tested Method.

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Here is tested and 100% working method.
  1. Disassemble the phone.
  2. Connect phone PCB to PC via Smart-Clip (phone > Forced boot mode cable > Smart-Clip > LPT cable > PC).
  3. Connect S-Card to PC USB port.
  4. Connect power supply to Smart-Clip.
  5. Launch SmartMoto.
  6. Choose "Smart-Clip USB port" in phone connection window.
  7. Connect TestPoint A to TestPoint B.
  8. Connect phone battery.
  9. Push Button 1 and Button 2 simultaneously.
  10. Press "Search" button in SmartMoto. Software should perform the following steps:
    • SmartMoto detects S-Card;
    • SmartMoto detects Smart-Clip;
    • SmartMoto detects the handset as "S Blank Neptune LTE", "S Blank"Paragon POG" or "S Blank Rainbow POG".
  11. Disconnect TestPoint.
  12. Log to bookmark "Unlock".
  13. Select a correct model from the scrolling list.
  14. Press "Unlock via TestPoint".
  15. Disconnect PCB after the process completed.
  16. Assemble the phone.

Please ensure that all steps are performed correctly strictly following the manual. Do not make too long pauses between each step.

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Old 09-14-2007, 17:26   #6 (permalink)
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Is this passable to unlock A1000 with Magic TP
Old 09-15-2007, 08:36   #7 (permalink)
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@ Miftahudin,

We recommend to use standard TP for unlock procedure.

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Old 05-01-2008, 11:32   #8 (permalink)
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@ James

Your method works perfectly, and we tried so many times all failed.

With your method 1 time, it worked great.

thanks agian
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I have motorola able to enter test mode but the phone is not connecting for flshing.Can anybody help me out.
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@ hrkgloballinks,

Please explain what problem you have in more details.
In case if the set can not be recognized by PC/SmartMoto, ensure that the cable work properly and the connector is clean.

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