canislupusfamiliaris at gmail.com
Thu Sep 18 16:45:20 CEST 2008
Just found out what the problem was: The Neo did not get enough power while
I did use the USB connector trough the Debug Board while it did get enough
power to work when I did connect the Neo directly to the computer!:)
On Thu, Sep 18, 2008 at 4:29 PM, Hypnotize
<canislupusfamiliaris at gmail.com>wrote:
> Hi again,
> Sorry for my late answer but I havent had time to answer you before now.
> Yes the cable does fit in to the GTA02 and the Debug Board and the "Reset"
> button on the Debug Board does reset the GTA02 (it does a hard restart of
> the device or something?) but it still does not work. :(
> The openocd.conf that I use is the one from
> libftdi is version 0.13
> openocd is r130 (from svn)
> On Fri, Sep 12, 2008 at 9:06 PM, Michael Shiloh <michael at openmoko.org>wrote:
>> andi wrote:
>> > Lynn Nguyen wrote:
>> >> Does the cable fit completely into your neo? Because my cable doesn't
>> >> go straight in. Is there a technique to make it fit? Did you have any
>> >> problems making it fit? Because I think my problem is that my cable
>> >> doesn't go all the way in.
>> > When you look at the contacts on the cable, you can see that there are
>> > two rows, so you have to plug the cable pretty deep into the connector.
>> > (I think I had only the first row in at the beginning...) On the
>> > connector you can see how far you have to push the cable into the
>> > connector.
>> > There is no special technique. Just push it in.
>> > andi
>> What I am seeing on a couple of connectors and phones is that the cable
>> is a bit wider than the opening in the connector. Yes, I know that it
>> has always been a tight fit, but I wonder if it has gotten worse, as I
>> can't get the cable in at all now.
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