GTA01BV4 died, please help me.
michael at openmoko.org
Wed Jul 16 02:45:40 CEST 2008
The OP says it fails to boot even with a full Nokia battery, so it's
unlikely to be the dead battery problem.
The two other failures mentioned are (1) removing the battery while
plugged into USB and (2) corrupting Flash memory
Does anyone know exactly what is damaged by removing the battery while
plugged into USB? Is there a way to verify that this in fact is the
cause of the problem?
Another poster suggested damaged Flash. In this case, inspection with
the debug board should verify this and allow for repair. I presume you
don't have a debug board? Check whether someone near you has a debug
board, or send it to someone with a debug board.
Yorick Moko wrote:
> Werner has submitted 10 patches
> see http://lists.openmoko.org/pipermail/openmoko-kernel/2008-July/003799.html
> this should solve the problem
> On Tue, Jul 15, 2008 at 7:11 PM, Panta <openmoko at sardiniatravel.it> wrote:
>> Alle martedì 15 luglio 2008, Jean-Michel Bouffard ha scritto:
>>> From my experience I can tell you that 1 hour is not enough if the
>>> battery was totally drained. I would wait at least 6 hours before to try
>>> to start the phone. My procedure was:
>>> (detach battery 1 minute, attach to USB, wait 6 hours, start the Phone)
>>> Also it can append that the phone will turn on by itself at some point
>>> during the charge, if it is connected to a PC it will be ok. if
>>> connected to a USB charger, the "fast charge" mode will not be set and
>>> it will drain the battery again.
>> I'll verify this too, but as I've said before, also connecting a fully charged
>> Nokia BL-5C battery it doesn't start.
>> How can I verify the state of the power regulator? Someone can give me an idea
>> on what to control and how?
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