Pace 2000

beany_123456

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Hi,

i'm new to this forum.

I have a pace 2000 box lying around at home with no card or anything...

what can i do with box? Can i flash it? do i need some kind of card?

Also, amazing site and my donation is well spent :Clap:
 

justintime

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sorry m8 but if you dont have a card i believe the only thing you can do is take off the atmel chip and read that. but i think the reader is a bit expensive!!
 

beany_123456

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THANK YOU for your reply.

I dont understand what you mean?

ive flashed a few dboxes but PACE boxes i havent a clue....

Can you please briefly explain to me how this box works, what it needs and hw it can be done?

Or possibly direct me to this info?

Thanks
 

justintime

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i believe there is a voltmeter method you can use on this model there is a tut on doing this in one of the forums. never done this myself but a few on the site have done it ok i think.

edit; sorry but just read a post in another thread that states the voltmeter method wont work on the 2000 as it doesnt have a sim. looks like you will either have to find the paired card or lift the atmels, not done this myself so cant advise m8, sorry.
 
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Its a methos used to obtain ird + bk, there are the only 2 methods you have to do this model..
 

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HiYa,

You where right justintime there is a voltmeter method....
Have a read Here may help with your questions beany 123456 also have a look at this Thread
 
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beany_123456

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thanks,

anyone got a dummies guide for this box... i'm still kinda confused..

i need to know the basics, the VERY basics....

all help will be appreciated

thanks
 

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Try searching forum m8
there are tons of posts on this box everything that you need to do is there
 
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