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Old 05-08-2001, 23:29   #1 (permalink)
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Post T10s 00w32 when flashing at 99% 'Error03'?


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Today i tried to transform a T10>T18 and when the writing flash was at 99% it returned me an error "Error03"!?And now is tottaly dead! Why is this?
I already tried all ATR including the one modifyed by Dark Lemming 2.2 and always get the same error message at 99%!
And now what? I saw somewhere that the battery has to be 1/2 - 3/4 charged to flash properly, but now that the phone is dead how can i know this?I don't have another T10s to try this.

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Old 05-09-2001, 05:26   #2 (permalink)
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Try to use external 5v.
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Old 05-09-2001, 09:17   #3 (permalink)
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Hi,
External power? Where?Bacause the battery has 3 pins! One is ground and the other two i think that they are at same potential, do i need to connect the 3 pins to a power suply?
What should be the voltage across the battery pins to be half charged?

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<FONT COLOR="#ffff00" SIZE="1">[ 09 May 2001 10:33: Message edited 2 times, lastly by Skippy ]</font>
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I have problem with 1018 - After 99% of flashing - Error.When I use FULL charged battery - All OK, Phone was flashed with success.Try this,or use cable with external power
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Hi,
I already solved my problem with external power connected to the battery pins 5 Volt.
About the cable with external suply i am going to transform mine into one with capability to use external power.
If i use a a cable with external power suply do i have to put 5 volt in the 2 rightmost pins (keyboard up) or i will have to put another value of voltage?

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Charge your battery and before flashing in ATR. Start the "Ericsson Tools"(build 121)
and reset phone.
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your baterry in all ericsson it must be from 25 to 45% charged.then all softwares for ericsson work 100%..you dont need any other external supplies..tested by me........
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Some Ericsson phones have 12V flash chip and need 12V external power suply, some have 5V and dont need.
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P.S. trust me - I have friends in Ericsson service - original EMMU have 12V suply also
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Hi,
That's very nice to say but if you have a dead phone and don't have other phone to test the battery the best way is external power!
Best Regards,
William
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<STRONG>your baterry in all ericsson it must be from 25 to 45% charged.then all softwares for ericsson work 100%..you dont need any other external supplies..tested by me........</STRONG>
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Hi,Skippy
Now you success use ext 5v on your cable.
Congratulation.
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Hi,
Thanx for your help!
Just one thing about external power, up there is a post about some flash chips that need 12V external power, how can i know which models are?

Thanx,
William
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Now you success use ext 5v on your cable.
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Only the older phones (2xx, 3xx) required to use external 12V for flashing.

The newer ones, starting from 6xx, 7xx, 8xx,
need only 5V, they use chage-pumps to create the required 12V.

The newest phones (ATRxx) need exactly 3.3V.

So this is my observation...
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try use 5v from gameport, i`ve use it and on some pc it works. but charged bat is better. h.
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I have a working T18s phone.
More precisely, it was working until IMEI repair. After the repair process, I did the flash process. But when it was at 99%, it gave ERROR03 error. And the device did not turn on again. By reading the information here, I gave 5.02 V power with an external power supply. Flash is successful, but when I press the on key of the device, the vibration seems to work very, very little, but the device does not turn on. there is no light on the screen or led.
What can I do?
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