thomson said:you dont like that pin 11 mod, dont ya mate , lol
Iam only going by what ive been told mate, my info comes from "Spectre" who is a moderator for the cable modem forum section, he's been at this type of stuff for years n years now and he reckons that there is no reason that the pin 11 mod shouldnt work, although he isnt positive about it, but certainly he says its worth giving a go.L33tpL4y4 said:your right, its pants, also havnt heard a good word about it yet.
Read this, if you havnt aready.
you solder a wire from pin 11 on the tsop chip to a 3.3v and it supposidly makes the chip unwritable, I.E- wont take the new firmware (see picture)b3nnyb0y said:can someone tell me like what the pin 11 mod is i aint tried it i might do tho worth a shot right?
give it a try mate, you have nuffin to lose, just be very very gental if you lift the pin as they can break very easy, just lift it enough and no more, or just dont lift the pin at all, just solder onto it.b3nnyb0y said:lol well thats gunna take me about 2 mins
but i might fubar the modem as last time i like wrecked a cimm in me digibox as clive knows lol ; @ ) uh im not sure if i wanna do this or not...
iam not sure about the wire, iam sure if its low voltage then any wire would do, eh ???b3nnyb0y said:ok cool ill try it heh ill be carefull like can i use any wire or not?
iam getting confused now, lol.b3nnyb0y said:right im thinking connecting a 3.3v battery to the pin11 when its on and taking it off when i change mac? lol crazy idea but it might work?