Kind of a wobbler here. Info contained within could provide jtag points and such, so for now, I'll leave this in Development.
It has technical info about the Qualcomm MDM6600 modem which is useful for developers interested in what specific hardware, including chip part numbers and their interconnection, is in the phone in order to assist in writing kernel and other software. It is also useful for troubleshooting and repair which, isn't development but it may help developers and others who need to determine if they need to fix their phone and to fix it.
I always have this urge to take apart my phones (well, everything, really) and now I can do it vicariously through this manual.
Nexus 7 (16GB)
"Okay, listen. We should get our stories straight, alright? If anyone asks - and no one's gonna ask, don't worry - but if anyone asks, tell them as far as you know, the last time you checked, everyone looked pretty much alive. Alright? Not dead."
I got this a couple weeks ago, it has a ton of information including exploded views, part numbers, all kinds of stuff. was worth downloading for me.
I am still having issues finding replacement parts, looked at six or more sites and ebay and trying to find parts is a P.I.T.A. unless your looking for batteries, digitizers/LCD, or backcovers. .I need a loud speaker which is part of the PIFA antenna assembly. I can handle the speaker itself (not that hard to replace) or the PIFA antenna assembly. I even give them the part number from the service manual and still no dice. figured by now replacement parts would be hitting the market.
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