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  • optimusplus34
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    hi guys i need help ,
    i have a a95x max plus s922x chipset . i can not reset the box usb burning tool can not detect usb . i need the NAND Short pin . please please .

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  • CSilva
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    Hi friends,
    Does anyone know what pins I need to short to revive my board? It's an IntBox i7 and it has the Samsung KLM8G2FE3B chip.
    Any help is appreciated because I'm about to throw it to the garbage

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  • paulvern
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    I own a DQ6 rk 3318 4gb ram. Does someone know what pins to short?

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  • kbnsalem
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    That's the image of the board. It's a MXQ9 5G, but the board is the All Winner H3 V3. Tried to flash, usb recognizes, the flash starts, but fails.

    Here's the image:




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  • kbnsalem
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    I haver a ALL Winner h3 v3. It's turnning on, but nothing apears on screen. Need help to localize short pin.

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  • hnera
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    Originally posted by soldiaz View Post


    Go around indicated area and short while connecting to PC
    the short pin is 6/7 thanks

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  • soldiaz
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    Go around indicated area and short while connecting to PC

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  • hnera
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    after the flash with usb burn tool my box is dead is no longer recognized by my pc the box is a mxq pro 4k I attach image of the mb

    where do i find the contact pins



    https://imgur.com/2XBW9Px


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  • nnidza
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    MX Q Pro 4k with the Roku3229 (2GB RAM 8GB storage) and NAND NW814 as you can see on the pictures bellow. I got this tv box with logo standing in forever loop. Somehow I managed to connect it through RK Batch Tool and flash it with working ROM that was to heavy for this board, gpu... This is a Chinese manufacturer with no Support, so I am on my own.
    As it was to heavy, video was lagging but everything worked. I tried to use another ROM. Unfortunately I got the red error, through RK Batch Tool. No chance to boot no more, no chance of connecting it via usb. I looked for the pins to enter a MASK ROM... No luck so far... Any advice?

    https://drive.google.com/drive/folde...8i?usp=sharing

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  • Janaboy
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    Hello All,

    I have a Sencor SMP 5004 pro s905 android box and i would like to upload a custom rom, but the USB Burning tool is not recognizing at all.
    I have tried to push the recovery button, but did not work.
    Most probably need to short some pins, but couldn't figure out which ones.
    Some have any ideas?

    More pictures:
    https://ibb.co/MSSF2ZJ
    https://ibb.co/tsXxqKw
    https://ibb.co/f8CDyTt


    Thank you,
    Br,
    Janaboy

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  • soldiaz
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    scratched off lil bit more from surface around the NAND and tried to shorten there...dam.....

    If I know HYNIX pinout maybe I could locate ..but I could not find datasheet

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  • soldiaz
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    Thanks, does not work....mmh...weired...could it be faulty NAND? meaning it is completely dead?

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  • mAtvXk
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    Originally posted by soldiaz View Post
    X96 MAQ5x3_141 V4.1 20112 new revision(!) ?
    Possible short pin location / area, i am guessing !!?

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  • soldiaz
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    Anyone here can identify X96 MAQ5x3_141 V4.1 20112 new revision(!) ?

    Revision 3.1 pins do not exist on this board, already scratched off slightly the surface to get to the copper lines.....no luck ...maybe I am supposed to sctratch off more - hope anyone knows

    EMMC is hynix H26M52103FMR, https://www.elnec.com/en/device/SK+H...%5BFBGA153%5D/

    BGA board...






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  • pvhnew
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    Originally posted by mAtvXk View Post


    I got it working, you're a true saver, thank you so much!!

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