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27th October 2015, 02:15 PM |#20541  
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Thanks for the reply. Yes - mono mic, mono socket. With the mic connected I can ohm out the signal pin back to pin 4 on the BT board, so sure connectivity is good.
27th October 2015, 03:16 PM |#20542  
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so here are some images of the 7 floor modification and some less technical descriptions of what to do
The following is for a WM8731S and BD37033FV

You need 2x 1k ohm resistors, a good quality clean soldering iron, solder, flux and a steady hand!

On the android board - Solder wire to resistor R268 and R49 that connects to the WM8731S these are pin 23/4
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On the main board find the resistors r70/1 and remove them these connect to the mcu chip and you are removing the connection to the mcu but the pin out furthest away from the label has a connection to the BD37033FV sound processor pins 25/6

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solder a connection onto the pinouts furthest away from the label. Ensure that there is no connection between pinouts where you removed the resistor and soldered in the new wire

connect the wire you have just soldered to the original wire you solder using a 1k ohm resistor (to replace the resistors you removed)
Ensuring that you have the following connections:

R268 - R71
R49 - R70

Using a multimeter ensure that you have nearly 2 k ohms resistance through the resistor R268 to connection R71 and through R49 and R70

If you are getting errors look at 7 floor post the forum on pda.ru - ensure you have 2k resistance through the resistor R268 to connection to the chip BD37033FV
the pins 25/6 on the sound processor are the third and fourth in from the top left.


Any questions please ask!
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27th October 2015, 03:39 PM |#20543  
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so here are some images of the 7 floor modification and some less technical descriptions of what to do
The following is for a WM8731S and BD37033FV

You need 2x 1k ohm resistors, a good quality clean soldering iron, solder, flux and a steady hand!

On the android board - Solder wire to resistor R268 and R49 that connects to the WM8731S these are pin 23/4
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On the main board find the resistors r70/1 and remove them these connect to the mcu chip and you are removing the connection to the mcu but the pin out near the label has a connection to the BD37033FV sound processor pins 25/6

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solder a connection onto the pinouts nearest to the label. Ensure that there is no connection between pinouts where you removed the resistor and soldered in the new wire

connect the wire you have just soldered to the original wire you solder using a 1k ohm resistor (to replace the resistors you removed)
Ensuring that you have the following connections:

R268 - R71
R49 - R70

Using a multimeter ensure that you have nearly 2 k ohms resistance through the resistor R268 to connection R71 and through R49 and R70

If you are getting errors look at 7 floor post the forum on pda.ru - ensure you have 2k resistance through the resistor R268 to connection to the chip BD37033FV
the pins 25/6 on the sound processor are the third and fourth in from the top left.


Any questions please ask!

Exactly what we needed. It doesn't get much more straight forward than that. Doesn't mean this will be easy though, lol. Much appreciated.
27th October 2015, 03:51 PM |#20544  
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27th October 2015, 04:14 PM |#20545  
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so here are some images of the 7 floor modification and some less technical descriptions of what to do

Any questions please ask!

I've been trying to follow what this modification accomplishes but I don't feel I understand.
Is this a general sound fix or a just a microphone fix?
Is this for both the RK3066 and RK3188 boards?

And is this a stand alone mod or is there software to install to complete the modification?

Thank you,
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27th October 2015, 04:44 PM |#20546  
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Hi, new here. I have double din rk3066 mcu gs kk 4.4.2. I can't get any rooted roms to install. I keep getting img load failed.
27th October 2015, 04:51 PM |#20547  
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Beware that it appears that NO extra resistors are needed (or so I gathered from @7floor's explanations).

That's simple: you unsolder two resistors and you may reuse them, as I did.
If you break them while unsoldering, or if you find them too small to reuse, you may use another pair, bigger and easier to handle, for instance.
27th October 2015, 04:53 PM |#20548  
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Beware that it appears that NO extra resistors are needed (or so I gathered from @7floor's explanations).[/QUOTE]

I was going on this post
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...ostcount=19964

@7floor can you confirm that no extra resistors are needed?
I will amend my post above (and take the resistors out of my box before putting it back in my car!)
27th October 2015, 05:19 PM |#20549  
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Beware that it appears that NO extra resistors are needed (or so I gathered from @7floor's explanations).

I was going on this post
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...ostcount=19964

@7floor can you confirm that no extra resistors are needed?
I will amend my post above (and take the resistors out of my box before putting it back in my car!)

Have you noticed the following in the post you are reffering to?
"you can use removed resistors or others"
27th October 2015, 05:42 PM |#20550  
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NEW from 27 October, 2015
Only for RK3066 800X480

Most global firmware update from me, perhaps a few months to 800X480.
Changes, updates, deletes, transfers, etc. lots of. I write about everything I will not. Here are just a couple:
+++ Android part of 10 October.
+++ New NEXT launcher - a slightly redesigned our radio me
+++ The new boot logo (the very first - that appears when you download a few seconds)
+++ Added gradient Status Bar (Settings - System)
+++ A new panel ext. programs and recently run (Settings - System)
+++ Added new tab in Preferences - Advanced Settings screen (think there will understand)
+++ Fixed program MTCBlueTooth - incorrectly displays the number of the incoming call
+++ Well, and so on. D.

Firmware I have not done a simple upgrade - erased all the data. Make a backup of your applications (System Settings then do by hand - not to restore from backup !!!)
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27th October 2015, 06:04 PM |#20551  
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The so called pin #4 of the BT card is the pin that was connected to C32 which in turn was connected to the internal mic(+). Double check it, starting from the internal mic(+) end, in order to identify correctly pin #4 of the BT card.

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It checks out - it also checks out with the marking on the back of the BT board (mic)

I confirm Th mic signal from the socket has continuity to pin 4 on the BT card, which has continuity to the pad where the C32 resistor was but not to the other side which is cut.

Stumped here, was expecting this to be easy!

Is there a BT mic volume in software that needs to be enabled or set?
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