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    I have a 3310 which I have recently acquired but unfortunately is
    completely dead. It will not power up and there is no charge
    indication. I have checked all the obvious possible problems (battery,
    battery contacts , tarnish on PCB etc). There is no obvious sign of
    water damage. The battery is also receiving a charge despite no LCD
    indication.

    I guess its either a corrupted Eeprom or a component hardware fault.

    I was planning on running the fault diagnostic on B-phreaks Eeprom Tool
    which I have read about but never previously used. Does anybody know if
    you actually need to be able to switch on the phone to be able to use
    this Eeprom Tool? Any other thoughts on the 3310 fault ?

    Thanks




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  2. #2
    Yeah yeah
    Guest

    Re: 3310 - using "Eeprom Tool" to diagnose fault

    Jeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeesusssssssssssss

    Get a new phone ffs ............................................... or do
    you not have a life ?

    <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    >I have a 3310 which I have recently acquired but unfortunately is
    > completely dead. It will not power up and there is no charge
    > indication. I have checked all the obvious possible problems (battery,
    > battery contacts , tarnish on PCB etc). There is no obvious sign of
    > water damage. The battery is also receiving a charge despite no LCD
    > indication.
    >
    > I guess its either a corrupted Eeprom or a component hardware fault.
    >
    > I was planning on running the fault diagnostic on B-phreaks Eeprom Tool
    > which I have read about but never previously used. Does anybody know if
    > you actually need to be able to switch on the phone to be able to use
    > this Eeprom Tool? Any other thoughts on the 3310 fault ?
    >
    > Thanks
    >






  3. #3
    Richard Colton
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    Re: 3310 - using "Eeprom Tool" to diagnose fault


    <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    >I have a 3310 which I have recently acquired but unfortunately is
    > completely dead. It will not power up and there is no charge
    > indication. I have checked all the obvious possible problems (battery,
    > battery contacts , tarnish on PCB etc). There is no obvious sign of
    > water damage. The battery is also receiving a charge despite no LCD
    > indication.
    >
    > I guess its either a corrupted Eeprom or a component hardware fault.
    >
    > I was planning on running the fault diagnostic on B-phreaks Eeprom Tool
    > which I have read about but never previously used. Does anybody know if
    > you actually need to be able to switch on the phone to be able to use
    > this Eeprom Tool? Any other thoughts on the 3310 fault ?


    Blimey! I remember (vaguely) using eeprom tools years ago on DCT3 handsets.
    From memory, I believe you do need to be able to power the phone up. You
    may have more success using a more up to date solution such as UFS or JAF,
    but it's an expensive option for just that one phone.

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