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By rhcp0112345, Account currently disabled on 17th August 2010, 07:32 AM
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Hey,

Has anyone found anything about this yet?

I am working on the vibrant which is a galaxy S model in the USA.

So far I've been able to do the following:

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http://www.mrcellphoneunlocker.com/vibrant_macro/Raw/

Doing some searching around I found the CPU is a S5PC110 and i found a dev-board.

http://tiny.cc/lf5cp

Email & Gtalk:
rhcp0112335@gmail.com
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18th August 2010, 06:42 AM |#2  
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You need to remove the sim card, micro sd module to reveal more of the electronic tablet
18th August 2010, 08:38 PM |#3  
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Check around the USB connector.
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what did you do to that poor phone!
20th August 2010, 06:55 AM |#5  
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Any progress dude?
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I took apart the SIM part. It did not reveal much.

What the person claims to have done.

HOW IT HAPPENED: Software-wise, just the JP1 downgrade to UVJE8. That's it.
20th August 2010, 11:38 AM |#7  
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Flip the PCB around so that the battery connector is on the right side.
Look at the very right (low) edge of the PCB.

Just above the hole (a bit to the left) you see a vertical row of five (rectangle) contacts.

From up to down:

AP_JTAG_DI
AP_JTAG_TMS
AP_JTAG_TCK
AP_JTAG_DO
AP_JTAG_EXTRST

A bit to the left there is a horizontal row of three (rectangle) contacts:

From left to right:

AP_JTAG_NTRST
GND
VCC_2.8V_PDA

A bit above the previous trio there is two (round) contacts:

From left to right:

AP_RXD
AP_TXD

I think the ones you are looking for are:

VCC_2.8V_PDA, GND, AP_RXD, AP_TXD
21st August 2010, 05:33 AM |#8  
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Next step?
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Richthofen

Flip the PCB around so that the battery connector is on the right side.
Look at the very right (low) edge of the PCB.

Just above the hole (a bit to the left) you see a vertical row of five (rectangle) contacts.

From up to down:

AP_JTAG_DI
AP_JTAG_TMS
AP_JTAG_TCK
AP_JTAG_DO
AP_JTAG_EXTRST

A bit to the left there is a horizontal row of three (rectangle) contacts:

From left to right:

AP_JTAG_NTRST
GND
VCC_2.8V_PDA

A bit above the previous trio there is two (round) contacts:

From left to right:

AP_RXD
AP_TXD

I think the ones you are looking for are:

VCC_2.8V_PDA, GND, AP_RXD, AP_TXD

Hey. Thanks for this info.

I saw this pic: Is this yours?

http://postfiles15.naver.net/2010082...15.jpg?type=w3


Also, Have you got anything to talk to the UART? TTY?

Thanks!!!
25th August 2010, 06:24 AM |#10  
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Can you reupload the last image I think was deleted ?
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Here you go.

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