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Originally Posted by pali View Post
@n950: It is for which device? Nokia N900 or Nokia N950?
Hi Pali,

It's the N950's serial-console Phoenix flasher jig adapter.
And it's a prototype device

It can be basically connected to any N950 as battery (you can even sideload power with 4V adapter or use real battery), and it exposes the RS232 pins (--set-rd-flags=serial-console) so basically you can see the kernel messages and login even on broken displays and bypass lockcodes.



I can take others pics if you want...

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Here is a frontside picture:

It's a proto device
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This has been asked manymany times but
Where do you find and buy these?

Cool, it is nice that you collect these protos and show these to us. Maybe otherwise these all cool protos would just dust somewhere
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It's my secret.
 

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Here is my old post about that jig:
http://talk.maemo.org/showpost.php?p...9&postcount=79
 

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@n950: please send it to dirkvl and together with kimmoli and andrew we will get hundreds of this device in less than one week. :-))

Very nice, thanks for sharing pictures.
 

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n950, please get us a Lauta RM-742, We know you can!
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Originally Posted by minimos View Post
Here is my old post about that jig:
http://talk.maemo.org/showpost.php?p...9&postcount=79
Hi,

I have sent you an email. Check it and let me know.

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Hi,

With what application on Ubuntu or Windows i can bypass lockcode at startup from N950 device?
How the jig adapter work? Any help?

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Test with device:

I have attached my N950 proto to my Jig to my PC (win7 x64) with rs232 to rs232 and rs232 to usb.
Drivers: http://www.winchiphead.com/download/CH341/CH341SER.ZIP

I put mu battery BV-4D on rearside and N950 on frontside.
I put BSI to battery mode (here are the choice: normal, test, local, battery) and POWER SELECT to battery (choices: DC or Battery)

I install WinFlasher and run it with this command:

flasher --set-rd-flags=serial-console

Now nothing Run.

nb. if i push on N950 power the device Turn ON but I need to know how to recognize flasher with serial RS232 on Win7?

Any help for that?

Thanks in advance.
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