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[Q] Connections for Jtag Samung Galaxy 8.9 Tablet

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14th May 2013, 11:04 AM   |  #1  
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I have got a Riff Jtag Box from ebay, I have recently bricked my Samsung galaxy tablet 8.9 by installing a bad rom, although I found a youtube video about jtag and how to jtag. I received the jtag box and now I need the correct connections to solder the wires on to my tablets mother board. All I need to know is where can I find the correct connection for the jtag box to connect to the mother board , Thank you

My Device Is A: Samsung galaxy tab 8.9
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14th May 2013, 01:42 PM   |  #2  
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Idk, but it probably makes a difference if your tab is a p73xx or an i957.

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14th May 2013, 02:45 PM   |  #3  
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I recently purchased A Ultra Book today which helps with Internet typed things

I could just send it away to samsung for reapairs now that I have the money to do it?
14th May 2013, 05:17 PM   |  #4  
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I recently purchased A Ultra Book today which helps with Internet typed things

I could just send it away to samsung for reapairs now that I have the money to do it?

Check out mobiletechvideos.com They can jtag it for you cheaper than samsung.
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I have heard of them, Only problem is that I am in Australia. I think there service is located in America.

Not many people offer jtag repair services here I dont think unless you take it to samsung.

Another problem is its on contract with A carrier.

Alirght Found A tech that might help paying $50 to reinstall the internal firmware see how it goes to tommrow will reply here then.
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I donr know what anyone is on about but I took my device into the technicians and they could not retrieve the tablet no matter what. Even with jtag. This just goes to show JTag does NOT save all devices that get bricked during firmware installations.

Anyway I have bought A new tablet Samsung Galaxy 7.0 This time I am never rooting again.

I got a smaller screen since I now I have A computer and it would still do the same job.

Thanks anyway
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I donr know what anyone is on about but I took my device into the technicians and they could not retrieve the tablet no matter what. Even with jtag. This just goes to show JTag does NOT save all devices that get bricked during firmware installations.

Anyway I have bought A new tablet Samsung Galaxy 7.0 This time I am never rooting again.

I got a smaller screen since I now I have A computer and it would still do the same job.

Thanks anyway

Do u still have the tablet or did u get rid of it?
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The i957 is the same as the P7320.

Just in case anyone needed to know use riff with that pinout and info.
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