- Sep 20, 2016
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Hey Supra01, I'm interested if this mod worked for you. Thanks.Thanks I'm going to take it to a man who has the setup and fixes all kinds of micro electronics so hopefully he can do this I had to put a small wire on my meter to test chip it's not easy without a magnifying glass
Sorry I just seen this today ! Yea that's what I thought too I'm going to try it myself I figure It can't hurt too bad since it's already messed upyou should just be able to solder a jumper across those pins without removing the chip shouldn't be that hard if you have decent soldering gear.
That's a good question I want to know about that also he seems like he knows something or a lot about this I'm going to do it because if I don't it's going to keep doing what it's doing I'm going to take a risk it might also be necessary that we put it at the right firmware that we want but I'm going to try it either way I figure I've got nothing to lose I figure when I'm done I'll either fix it or have a giant paperweight LOLA long time ago, I was a certified surface mount/board level technician. I'm not sure if I want to remove the chip entirely since there might be other functions that uses it that might get compromised. He did mention about firmware updates (that burned parts of the circuit in there) so I would assume that firmware update process uses that chip. Just saying we might run into firmware updates moving forward.