Short Pins Illustration
Sorry, I don't have enough hands to do a video of the procedure; however hopefully this picture will help....
The jumper 'tool' is not essential, but I have found really helpful when repeatedly recovering a half-bricked device. The stiff copper
wire can be bent to exactly the right angle to make comfortable to hold just in the right place and set to the correct gap to match the contacts on the PCB. The folded ends ensure that there is a nice smooth surface touching the contacts and minimal risk of damaging them.
Hold the wire loop firmly in one hand, press onto the contacts; then press the Reset button with the stylus using the other.
The Velcro cable wrap or a rubber band or sticky tape is vital
to ensure the battery doesn't fall out when you turn the device over !
1). Toshiba TG01
- WM6.5 custom ROM (TG01_KPW121227.001
) + 128GB Sandisk uSDXC UHS-I
+ Mugen 1.3Ah battery
2). Toshiba e830
WiFi+BT, WM2003SE + OzVGA; 32GB CF, 4GB SD, Garmin cfQue 1620 GPS; Audiovox GSM/GPRS data CF; Socket LP-E Ethernet
250GB ext'l HD (Toshiba 1.8" in compact USB enclosure + LIon battery + custom cables)
Audio: PocketMusic 5.3.5 up to 1141k kBits/s (.wav) + Westone W4R
canalphones, Video: Skinned Core Player
MPEG 1 up to 8MBits/s