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5th April 2010, 06:43 PM |#431  
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$2.
Is that more or equal to the cost of a new phone?

I wish it were that simple.. In the US and Canada you seem to have really good electronic suppliers, but over here I have an absolute nightmare just trying to get hold of a certain type of transistor. If I walked into my local "component supplier" and asked for an N-Channel JFET, they would look at me like I'd strolled in and slapped my balls out on the desk.
5th April 2010, 09:00 PM |#432  
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I'd strolled in and slapped my balls out on the desk.

Ahh the dreaded ball slap. It'll get you every time.
6th April 2010, 03:31 AM |#433  
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.. answer the question or shut up. If you've born a all-knowing demigod, lucky you.

I would like to get a shopping list too to make this magic (pun intended ).

Why should I spend my time writing up a list for YOU when all you need to do is ditch the LAZY and read the thread for ALL the info you need?
6th April 2010, 03:32 AM |#434  
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I wish it were that simple.. In the US and Canada you seem to have really good electronic suppliers, but over here I have an absolute nightmare just trying to get hold of a certain type of transistor. If I walked into my local "component supplier" and asked for an N-Channel JFET, they would look at me like I'd strolled in and slapped my balls out on the desk.

No weird transistors. Just need a 74x244.

edit: you might even have a suitable one -- just look at all the chips on all your used worthless junk. Admit it, we ALL have a few boxes of this kind of stuff...
6th April 2010, 08:52 AM |#435  
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finally they have found the magic's pinout
good news for all of the owners of bricked magic devices 32a
in the official omnia repair tool (ort-JTAG_)
http://www.omnia-repair.com/forum/to...2a-jtag-pinout

Now C'mon Xdaterry show us the real MAGIc to revive this phone
6th April 2010, 10:55 AM |#436  
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good news for all of the owners of bricked magic devices 32a
in the official omnia repair tool (ort-JTAG_)
http://www.omnia-repair.com/forum/to...2a-jtag-pinout

Now C'mon Xdaterry show us the real MAGIc to revive this phone

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6th April 2010, 11:01 AM |#437  
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that's amazing,
finally also the magic pin-outs are know.
My only problem is that 5 of 6 pins are under a piece of transparent glue, they have used it to avoid jtag use? I need a safe way to remove it or I'll try to use an hot needle to pass trough it and reach the contacts... But atm I'm away from home, so until next week I can't do nothing.

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6th April 2010, 11:03 AM |#438  
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good news for all of the owners of bricked magic devices 32a
in the official omnia repair tool (ort-JTAG_)
http://www.omnia-repair.com/forum/to...2a-jtag-pinout

Now C'mon Xdaterry show us the real MAGIc to revive this phone

Wow, that's great news...
It's nice to see some knowledge reflow

AFAIK it should be the same procedure for the G2 models.
The most important thing would be to use the correct offset address for the patch.
These depend on the radio version flashed on the device.

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My only problem is that 5 of 6 pins are under a piece of transparent glue, they have used it to avoid jtag use? I need a safe way to remove it or I'll try to use an hot needle to pass trough it and reach the contacts...

Yeah i see, seems that they scrapped it away very carefully.
I guess the easiest way would be using a thin soldering iron to do so. From my experience this glue is getting weak, if heated.

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6th April 2010, 12:30 PM |#439  
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Originally Posted by 3izz

good news for all of the owners of bricked magic devices 32a
in the official omnia repair tool (ort-JTAG_)
http://www.omnia-repair.com/forum/to...2a-jtag-pinout

Now C'mon Xdaterry show us the real MAGIc to revive this phone

Same process.. I even have some compatible radios listed; only magic I see is getting something soldered to those points...
Otherwise I don't have a magic.

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Wow, that's great news...
It's nice to see some knowledge reflow

AFAIK it should be the same procedure for the G2 models.
The most important thing would be to use the correct offset address for the patch.
These depend on the radio version flashed on the device.

The 3x radio works on the Magic:

Just flash it first as per my post

in openocd:
Code:
load_image <path_to/radio-3.22.26.17_dream.img 0x103B5300
Then over serial call 'radata 103B5300 01500000'

ought to flash 3.22.26.17 (dream/magic radio) from any current radio.
Then after powerdown/reboot you can follow my softload SPL instructions offsets will be correct.

Note I think you need a different ra recovery
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...15&postcount=1
H version I believe..
6th April 2010, 03:00 PM |#440  
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@ezterry

Thanks for the info!

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6th April 2010, 04:09 PM |#441  
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Glue can be removed with WD40, small amount...
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