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Old 01-21-2014, 16:13   #1 (permalink)
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Nokia 521 JTAG PROBLEMS - (PINOUTS INSIDE ALREADY)






JTAG wrong
 
Old 01-25-2014, 07:22   #2 (permalink)
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Be kind, give advice on the restoration of this unit.
 
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@ivan

I saw this pic in russian forum. Are you the owner of the phone?

If so, I see you tried to remove shield of CPU... Did you try to connect via EMMC TP?


Anyway, for JTAG connection, I believe it is under that metal shield which is second
From the left side. Almost same location as 520 RM-914.

Can you take picture of other side of pcb as well? Maybe emmc connection is easier
For this phone.

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Old 01-25-2014, 09:56   #4 (permalink)
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This is a phone I had to decode! I tried to decode it using the function REPAIR BOOT got a corpse. Now he's in the system is determined ...





This client machine!(

p/s Sorry for my english!! I use a translator.

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As I understand, there is no solution?
 
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As I understand, there is no solution?
You can find the correct TP picture at - C:\AdvanceBox Turbo Flasher\Nokia\Lumia\TP_PIX . If not there just update the important files




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Nokia 521 TP picture not found!!
 
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Photo from the top....
Here you can put the correct TP!!!
 
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Does anyone have the right pinout for Nokia 521?
 
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Photo from the top....
Here you can put the correct TP!!!
http://forum.gsmhosting.com/vbb/10181356-post3.html



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Just use a knife to cut the glue to remove the heat shield?
 
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Here are the correct Pinouts:

 
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I was wondering that color orange, what does it mean T+S
 
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I was wondering that color orange, what does it mean T+S
T = TRST
S = SYSRST

You need to take out 2 cooper wires from ORANGE and connect one to T and second one to S on board.

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Thank you so much for the instruction, i have this Atf box a year ago but havent try once, so this is my first time using it, one more thing, i don't cable, so i was wondering to make one, but R45 has only 8 slot, but to the pic I saw 10 so can you give me a proper way how to modified cable...

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