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wrtease    87

do you no their are test points on the circuit board that allow something to work..this is from a toshiba please read pdf

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TOSHIBA TG01 CODES READING BY USB MANUAL.pdf

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glossywhite    243

do you no their are test points on the circuit board that allow something to work..this is from a toshiba please read pdf

file attached

Tried. Failed. Seems risky, besides.

Thanks though.

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wrtease    87

their must be a way from those test points on the board to get it working .did you look at the pdf i sent you.

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glossywhite    243

their must be a way from those test points on the board to get it working .did you look at the pdf i sent you.

Yes, but that's a totally different phone. It didn't work, anyhow.

Thanks

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chog1010    1

Hi

Noticed whilst browsing your photo's there appears to be a small battery clipped to the mobo.

Have you tried removing this to help with your issue? I only ask as it was one way of clearing

system memory (cmos) when I repaired PC's

Good luck anyhow!

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glossywhite    243

Hi

Noticed whilst browsing your photo's there appears to be a small battery clipped to the mobo.

Have you tried removing this to help with your issue? I only ask as it was one way of clearing

system memory (cmos) when I repaired PC's

Good luck anyhow!

I had tried that. One of the first logical steps I always take. Thanks

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