Originally Posted by captainstu72
Wow, I'm happy people are still using elfs, been a while since I've been in this section.
Anyways. Cyber, They hopefully are the same pins. I'm not able to check as I don't have an elf anymore. If someone else does, maybe they can use a voltmeter or something to check to make sure that the 2 are the same?
Failing that, it may be worth a go anyways.
Jack, glad your phone is working again
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yes, because I had been reading the thread who you make. and after I know that bombom81 is a country of people who live with me, I immediately contacted him and asked him directions.
and finally I managed to revive my ELF.
once again thank to you stu.
@ Cyber: I also do not know whether the pins at the back on the same location are these the same pins. but when I do, I do it in sections shown in the picture (in PDF file).
when you do it (when connect to the computer) is its LED light turns on.
because by the time I did it the LED lights its turn on green. and after I made (its LCD is not installed) I saw the LED turn into an orange. and at that moment I knew I was managed to do it.
sory for my english i use google for translate
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Originally Posted by cyber_02000
thanks for the replay bro....really appreciated it.!!!
anyways i did giver it a try but no avail..!!! it just fails to read the processor..!! and also i made a terrible mistake of burning a very tiny resistor on the side of those pins...!!! anyways it doesn't matter it was in the closet for years..!! il dump it again lol but after trying again!!!
their is something else i noticed too when i turn it on i can see that the lcd turns on without the backlight for a sec then off..!!! any clues.???
if you want the JTAG hardware detect the processor, you must soldering right on the pins. because at that time I was repeatedly soldering the pins.