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Engineering Mode and Service Manual for 8125

Discussion in 'Microsoft Windows Mobile Phones' started by nKrypteD1, Sep 29, 2006.

  1. nKrypteD1

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    The engineering mode trigger is settable in the Registry, but default should be *#*#364#*#*

    It'll give you 3 pages of info all of it above me ;)

    Attached is the service menu, I found it online for free so I don't believe there are any copyright infringements here, but if I'm wrong someone please let me know and I will remove it.

    Edit: The Service Manual is slightly out of date, mentions software that's not available to us, etc.
     

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    this is excellent, THANKS!
     
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    What's so excellent about it? It gives no info on how to take it apart.
     
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    Actually it does, as well as how to re-assemble it afterwards, just that the cases are slightly different, that's the MDA housing insted of the dopod (8125) housing, the basic premise is the same.
     
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    It gave me enough information to take apart my 8125 and fix the broken power/communication mini-usb jack by re-soldering it to the board.

    The manual saved me a bunch of money--therefore, excellent.:cool:
     
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    Many thanks
     
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    Thank you very much for posting the service manual. It has been a tremendous help!

    Chris
     
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    Thanks a lot for this great help
     

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