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21st May 2014, 05:40 AM #1
Recovering totally bricked 710
have come into possession of a 710 which was bricked - lost power during bootloader update - does anyone know the jtag connections on the main board so the internal rom can be reflashed??
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Sparky101 Reviewed by Sparky101 on . Recovering totally bricked 710 have come into possession of a 710 which was bricked - lost power during bootloader update - does anyone know the jtag connections on the main board so the internal rom can be reflashed?? Rating: 5
21st May 2014, 08:16 PM #2GPS Contributor
simply upgrade bootloader to a higher version then your last attempt
use a card-reader , because i think your PC dont recognize the device via cable connection
22nd May 2014, 05:07 AM #3
will try and let you know the outcome, thanks.
22nd May 2014, 05:26 PM #4Administrator
Due too the Bootloader is probably corrupted, I'm affraid the device won't startup at all. Remove your BIOS from your mainboard and try to start your PC, I doubt it highly it will start.
For me I think the only thing left is to buy cheap a second hand device with a broken screen and use that mainboard.
Removing the eeprom from the board without specials tools is totaly impossible, next problem where to buy a dock and write the eeprom again.
22nd May 2014, 10:00 PM #5GPS Contributor
a 710 is no PC
with a bootloader higher then the current one on sd-card it will boot again
there is one exception ; devices with a 1.xxxxxxx bootloader should not be changed
but a 710 is not one of those
22nd May 2014, 10:08 PM #6Administrator
Do a test and you'll know. The Bootloader is just like your BIOS and start your device and check if the hardware is available like in this case the cardreader.
I hope for him/her that I'm WRONG, but updating your Bootloader with running out of power will destroy your device.
22nd May 2014, 10:29 PM #7GPS Contributor
mine is still working ( 710 )
installed dozens of bootloaders on it
used and abused it for six years
22nd May 2014, 10:55 PM #8Administrator
Yes but lucky never lost power while the update took place ?. I suppose you're also using version 5.5128. I don't remember which it was in the first place, it was a GO910 but now also a GO710 due to de SD slot
22nd May 2014, 11:03 PM #9GPS Contributor
version number says nothing after you used DSA tool , it is higher then the real thing
and yes , it happent to me too ( but maybe i was lucky )
however , new bootloader or zero bootloader is the only option to recover in this case
25th May 2014, 10:48 PM #10Administrator
And then suddenly we'll never know the outcome