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Bricked Snapvue, unrecognized device

20th May 2014, 05:30 AM |#1  
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had Hard SPL installed so I didn't though it would be killed, but after reset, it would

only be recognized as some data communication device without drivers that searching the

forums I found the drivers for Qualcomm modem 6000 and other two devices would fit, now I

can only communicate to it through COM7, but the commands are very restrictive (no cego,

no mw) and I could not devise a solution to flash it again.
I tried PM several people here but got no answers (of course they have they own business),

so I'm posting as a thread in the hope that some ideas may arise.
I also looked towards JTAG but there is no info about the pinouts (not even commercial

solutions) and looking the board you won't have a clue.
I hope that correctly using "radata" I can go somewhere, please tell me if I'm wrong and

I'll just drop it and sell the Shift for parts, I never actually used it.
 
 
28th May 2014, 12:03 PM |#2  
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just to collect more information- is your Shifts' PC side running?
Did you try to flash a stock rom to SnapVue?
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