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My First Samsung 2100 JTAG, Is this right ?

PSE2005

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Hi guys, After a little advice please,

I have just completed what i believe is correct procedure, according to various posts and threads i have read up on,

I am sure that the information BK i have extracted might be incorrect,
As this is my first attempt i dont want to screw it all back together and have to rip it all apart again..

Using BKE2.2 and a TMC solder JTag adapter. i got this result

On this option - "Samsung 2100 "DAVIC" - Gives this result

IRD 3E XX XX XF "Blanked out by me"
BK EA AA AB AA 55 55 55 15

On this option - "Samsung 2100 "exCW" - Gives this result

IRD 3E XX XX XF "Blanked out by me"
BK 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00

I k now the IRD is 100% correct, as i have already obtained that with a hex calculation

I can only get a result when i use the first option, however I am in a ex C&W area

Does this seem correct, or am i just being stupid, And advice is really appreciated


Thanks guys
 
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JT86

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Hi guys, After a little advice please,

I have just completed what i believe is correct procedure, according to various posts and threads i have read up on,

I am sure that the information BK i have extracted might be incorrect,
As this is my first attempt i dont want to screw it all back together and have to rip it all apart again..

Using BKE2.2 and a TMC solder JTag adapter. i got this result

On this option - "Samsung 2100 "DAVIC" - Gives this result

IRD 3E XX XX XF "Blanked out by me"
BK EA AA AB AA 55 55 55 15

On this option - "Samsung 2100 "exCW" - Gives this result

IRD 3E XX XX XF "Blanked out by me"
BK 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00

I k now the IRD is 100% correct, as i have already obtained that with a hex calculation

I can only get a result when i use the first option, however I am in a ex C&W area

Does this seem correct, or am i just being stupid, And advice is really appreciated


Thanks guys
Are you using the latest C&W bytes?
 

Donnie Darko

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Plenty of stuff in the sammy section with this prob,use the correct bytes also make sure the box is on the correct software for area.
Its no good using ex-cw bytes on a box from pure area.
 

PSE2005

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The 2100 is from an ex-cw area, I am pulling me hair out here, lol


Been searching all over since making this thread. and tried all kinds of ideas.. GRRRR...
 

davidh

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look in the engineers menu for the box software see what it is on
 

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I think i have cracked it this time,

Its giving me the correct IRD, and this is the BK its now giving me for Ec C&W is , removed davidh
Thats looking sommat like, I think.. lol I used the following bytes excw 3_2B
0x00942d24 8


software was 3_2B_P12N_5100
 
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only way to know for sure is try it and keep your fingers crossed the bk looks a bit iffy to me but who knows might just be right
 

davidh

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I think i have cracked it this time,

Its giving me the correct IRD, and this is the BK its now giving me for Ec C&W is , removed davidh
Thats looking sommat like, I think.. lol I used the following bytes excw 3_2B
0x00942d24 8


software was 3_2B_P12N_5100
i removed it m8 dont want the cc's to see

try it with a funcard see if it works