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B7610 Hardware Teardown

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Thank you Vic, nice work !!

this will sure enable faster android development for b7610.

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Taking a part of this, do you have any guide, or video, how to open B7610? ;)

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Ricardo

There is a link to a service manual on page 8 of the Omnia on B7610 thread. It's all in there.

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Good Work...

Please message Almar about the Wifi Hardware Name ;)

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I have now also greatly updated the Hardware WIKI with lots of technical info. HERE

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I have now also greatly updated the Hardware WIKI with lots of technical info. HERE

It is one of the most comprehensive hardware info of b7610. Thanks a lot for your efforts, I hope android wannabes will benefit from this!

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Loads more Pics Added :(

Vic

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Loads more Pics Added :(

Vic

hey can help me...my hardware lock key is notworking and samsung service center says u have to change the board for it....??????

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Is there any way to know the imei that registered on the hardware

my imei 000000000000000 is contained and removed the label that says :(

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hey can help me...my hardware lock key is notworking and samsung service center says u have to change the board for it....??????

If the part could be obtained, desoldering/soldering something about half the size of a grain of rice without damaging the board needs specialist tools and skills plus a very steady hand. You'd need to find an independant 'fixer of phones'

It might be possible to clean the switch with isopropryl alcohol if it isnt physically broken.

Vic

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Is there any way to know the imei that registered on the hardware

my imei 000000000000000 is contained and removed the label that says :(

hmmm, sounds a little 'suspicious' :( If you have an old outaded phone that you no longer use maybe you could use the IMEI from that, making sure the old phone never powers up again.

Vic

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Hey guys,

i don't know if this one's the right thread, but i think some people with good technical knowledge are here.

Well, basically i got a problem with the GSM/UMTS receiving of my Omnia Pro B7610.

Some time ago thought i could improve the signal strength in areas with poor signal quality by modding the antenna.

The result is that i have f*cked up the part marked in the attachment and my B7610 works in UMTS now only with a metal part from a binder stuck in this little part. Without it i get only very poor GSM signal even in cities.

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I know the whole improve-the-signal mod wasn't very wise and i regret it much :)

My question now is: What is the part marked in the attachment exactly? As i understood when reading the thread, it is only for test purposes and not the actual GSM/UMTS antenna?! Could i improve my signal strenght by just desoldering it?

THANKS A LOT IN ADVANCE FOR YOUR ANSWERS!

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