Download: UMTS TELEPHONE SGH-M310 UMTS TELEPHONE CONTENTS 1. Safety Precautions 2. Specification 3. Product Function 4. Array course control 5. Exploded View and Parts list

UMTS TELEPHONE SGH-M310 UMTS TELEPHONE CONTENTS 1. Safety Precautions 2. Specification 3. Product Function 4. Array course control 5. Exploded View and Parts list 6. MAIN Electrical Parts List 7. Disassembly and Assembly Instructions 8. Block Diagrams 9. PCB Diagrams 10. Chart of Troubleshooting 11. Reference data GSPN (Global Service Partner Network) Country Web Site North America service.samsungportal.com Latin America latin.samsungportal.com CIS cis.samsungportal.com Europe europe.samsungportal.com China china.samsungportal.com Asia asia.samsungportal.com Mideast & Africa mea.samsungportal....
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UMTS TELEPHONE SGH-M310

UMTS TELEPHONE CONTENTS 1. Safety Precautions 2. Specification 3. Product Function 4. Array course control 5. Exploded View and Parts list 6. MAIN Electrical Parts List 7. Disassembly and Assembly Instructions 8. Block Diagrams 9. PCB Diagrams 10. Chart of Troubleshooting 11. Reference data,

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This Service Manual is a property of Samsung Electronics Co.,Ltd. ⓒ Samsung Electronics Co.,Ltd. Any unauthorized use of Manual can be punished under applicable International and/or domestic law. 2008. 05 Rev.1.0, 1. Safety Precautions 1-1. Repair Precaution ● Repair in Shield Box, during detailed tuning. Take specially care of tuning or test, because specipicty of cellular phone is sensitive for surrounding interference(RF noise). ● Be careful to use a kind of magnetic object or tool, because performance of parts is damaged by the influence of manetic force. ● Surely use a standard screwdriver when you disassemble this product, otherwise screw will be worn away. ● Use a thicken twisted wire when you measure level. A thicken twisted wire has low resistance, therefore error of measurement is few. ● Repair after separate Test Pack and Set because for short danger (for example an overcurrent and furious flames of parts etc) when you repair board in condition of connecting Test Pack and tuning on. ● Take specially care of soldering, because Land of PCB is small and weak in heat. ● Surely tune on/off while using AC power plug, because a repair of battery charger is dangerous when tuning ON/OFF PBA and Connector after disassembing charger. ● Don't use as you pleases after change other material than replacement registered on SEC System. Otherwise engineer in charge isn't charged with problem that you don't keep this rules. 1-2, Safety Precautions 1-2. ESD(Electrostatically Sensitive Devices) Precaution Several semiconductor may be damaged easilly by static electricity. Such parts are called by ESD(Electrostatically Sensitive Devices), for example IC,BGA chip etc. Read Precaution below. You can prevent from ESD damage by static electricity. ● Remove static electricity remained your body before you touch semiconductor or parts with semiconductor. There are ways that you touch an earthed place or wear static electricity prevention string on wrist. ● Use earthed soldering steel when you connect or disconnect ESD. ● Use soldering removing tool to break static electricity. , otherwise ESD will be damaged by static electricity. ● Don't unpack until you set up ESD on product. Because most of ESD are packed by box and aluminum plate to have conductive power,they are prevented from static electricity. ● You must maintain electric contact between ESD and place due to be set up until ESD is connected completely to the proper place or a circuit board. 1-2, 2. Specification 2-1. GSM/DCS1800/PCS1900 General Specification EGSM 850 EGSM 900 DCS1800 Phase 2 Phase 2 Phase 1 PCS1900 Freq. Band[MHz] 824~849 880~915 1710~1785 1850~1910 Upl ink/Downl ink 869~894 925~960 1805~1880 1930~1990 ARFCN range 128 ~251 0~124 &975~1023 512~885 512~810 Tx/Rx spacing 45 MHz 45 MHz 95 MHz 80 MHz Mod. Bit rate/ 270.833 kbps 270.833 kbps 270.833 kbps 270.833 kbps Bit Per iod 3.692 us 3.692 us 3.692 us 3.692 us Time Slot Per iod/Frame 576.9 us 576.9 us 576.9 us 576.9 us Period 4.615 ms 4.615 ms 4.615 ms 4.615 ms Modulat ion 0.3 GMSK 0.3 GMSK 0.3 GMSK 0.3 GMSK MS Power 33 dBm~5 dBm 33 dBm~5 dBm 30 dBm~0 dBm 30 dBm~0 dBm Power Class 5 pcl ~ 19 pcl 5 pcl ~ 19 pcl 0 pcl ~ 15 pcl 0 pcl ~ 15 pcl Sensi t iv i ty -102 dBm -102 dBm -100 dBm -100 dBm TDMA Mux8888Cel l Radius 35 Km 35 Km 2 Km - 2-1, Specification 2-2. GSM TX power class TX Power GSM850/ TX Power TX Power control level EGSM900 DCS1800 PCS1900 control level control level 5 33±2 dBm 0 30±3 dBm 0 30±3 dBm 6 31±2 dBm 1 28±3 dBm 1 28±3 dBm 7 29±2 dBm 2 26±3 dBm 2 26±3 dBm 8 27±2 dBm 3 24±3 dBm 3 24±3 dBm 9 25±2 dBm 4 22±3 dBm 4 22±3 dBm 10 23±2 dBm 5 20±3 dBm 5 20±3 dBm 11 21±2 dBm 6 18±3 dBm 6 18±3 dBm 12 19±2 dBm 7 16±3 dBm 7 16±3 dBm 13 17±2 dBm 8 14±3 dBm 8 14±3 dBm 14 15±2 dBm 9 12±4 dBm 9 12±4 dBm 15 13±2 dBm 10 10±4 dBm 10 10±4 dBm 16 11±3 dBm 11 8±4 dBm 11 8±4 dBm 17 9± 3dBm 12 6±4 dBm 12 6±4 dBm 18 7±3 dBm 13 4±4 dBm 13 4±4 dBm 19 5±3 dBm 14 2±5 dBm 14 2±5 dBm 15 0±5 dBm 15 0±5 dBm 2-2, 3. Product Function

Main Function

- SDN (Service Dialling Numbers) - Music player - SOS message - FM radio 3-1, 4. Array course control

Test Jig (GH80-03312A)

RF Test Cable Test Cable Serial Cable (GH39-00985A) (GH39-00895A / GH39-00892A) Power Supply Cable DATA CABLE TA (GH39-00859B) (GH44-01702A) 4-1, Array course control

Software Downloading

4-1. Downloading Binary Files ㆍThree binary files for downloading M310 - M310XXYY.s3 : Main source code binary 4-2. Pre-requsite for Downloading ㆍDownloader Program(OptiFlash.exe) ㆍM310 Mobile Phone ㆍData Cable ㆍBinary files 4-2, Array course control 4-3. S/W Downloader Program 1. Load the binary download program by executing the "Optiflash.exe" 2. Select the "Options" → "Settings" → "Generic" → "Specify hardware platform". Choose hardware platform for the downloader file setting. Set the everything else as the default values which are shown below 4-3, Array course control 3.Select the COM port when the download cable is connected Up to twelve ports are supported. Additionally you can select the maximum transfer speed OptiFlash will use to communicate with the phone. However, OptiFlash will use a slower speed if either the PC's or the phone's serial hardware is incapable of handling the selected speed 4-4, Array course control 4. Select the "Flash&Verify" → "Browse" Set the directory path and choose the lastet s/w binary, for example "M3100XXYY.s3", for the downloader binary setting. Make sure that not to change the reserved memory regions. In case of M310 the reserved regions are : - 0x21a00000 - 0x23f7ffff 4-5, Array course control 5. Click "OK" button then press "Flash". (Before pressing 'Flash' button, push the button '*'and 'END' at the same time. Then press 'Flash'.) Downloader will upload the binary file as below for the downloading. 6. When downloading is finished successfully, there is a "All is well" message. 7. After finishing downloading, Certain memory resets should be done to guarantee the normal performance. 8. Confirm the downloaded version name and etc. : *#1234# Full Reset : *2767*3855# 4-6, 5. Exploded View and Parts List 5-1. Cellular phone Exploded View QIF01 QFR01 QFU01 QKP01 QCR12 QLB01 QMP01 QME01 QCA01 QME16 QSH01 QLC01 QSP01 QMO01 QVO01 QAN02 QFL01 QRE01 QCR06 QSC05 QCR87 QMW02 QBA01 QBA00 5-1, Exploded View and Parts List 5-2. Cellular phone Parts list Design LOC Description SEC CODE QAN02 INTENNA-SGHM310 GH42-01525A QBA00 PMO COVER-BATTERY GH72-46950A QBA01 INNER BATTERY PACK-800MAH,BLK, GH43-02483A QCA01 CAMERA MODULE-SGHM310 GH59-05522A QCR06 SCREW-MACHINE 6001-001155 QCR12 SCREW-MACHINE 6001-001530 QCR87 SCREW-TAPPING 6002-001412 QFL01 ASSY CASE-LOWER GH98-07903A QFR01 ASSY CASE-FRONT GH98-07901A QFU01 ASSY CASE-UPPER_VODA GH98-08065A QIF01 PMO COVER-IF GH72-46951A QKP01 ASSY KEYPAD-(XEF/AAA) GH98-07900A QLB01 IPR BRACKET-LCD GH70-03363A QLC01 LCD-MODULE SGHM310 GH07-01264A QME01 DOME SHEET-SGHM310 GH59-05523A QME16 UNIT-SGHM310 CON TO CON GH59-05524A QMI01 MICROPHONE-ASSY-SGHM310 GH30-00471A QMO01 MOTOR DC-SGHS342I GH31-00119A QMP01 PBA MAIN-SGHM310V GH92-04554A QMW02 PMO WINDOW-MAIN_VODA GH72-47304A QRE01 ASSY CASE-REAR GH98-07904A QSC05 RMO COVER-LOWER SCREW GH73-11535A QSH01 ASSY COVER-SHIELD CAN GH98-07899A QSP01 SPEAKER 3001-002351 QVO01 PMO KEY-VOL GH72-46949A 5-2, 6. MAIN Electrical Parts List SEC CODE Design LOC Discription 0403-001547 ZD507 DIODE-ZENER 0406-001208 ZD202 DIODE-TVS 0406-001208 ZD508 DIODE-TVS 0406-001208 ZD601 DIODE-TVS 0406-001254 ZD200 DIODE-TVS 0406-001254 ZD201 DIODE-TVS 0406-001254 ZD400 DIODE-TVS 0406-001254 ZD401 DIODE-TVS 0406-001254 ZD600 DIODE-TVS 0601-002361 LED600 LED 0601-002361 LED601 LED 0601-002361 LED602 LED 0601-002361 LED603 LED 0601-002361 LED604 LED 0601-002361 LED605 LED 1009-001035 U201 IC-HALL EFFECT S/W 1108-000166 UME200 IC-MCP 1201-002356 U400 IC-AUDIO AMP 1201-002706 PAM100 IC-POWER AMP 1203-004340 U501 IC-MULTI REG. 1203-004819 U502 IC-POSI.FIXED REG. 1203-005005 U301 IC-BATTERY 1203-005205 UCD300 IC-POWER SUPERVISOR 1204-002746 U401 IC-TUNER 1205-002272 U200 IC-TRANSCEIVER 1205-003098 RFT100 IC-TRANSCEIVER 1205-003235 U100 IC-DATA COMM./GEN. 1205-003465 UCP200 IC-COMM. CONTROLLER 1404-001165 TH300 THERMISTOR-NTC 1405-001082 C216 VARISTOR 1405-001082 C217 VARISTOR 1405-001082 U607 VARISTOR 1405-001082 V1 VARISTOR 1405-001082 V2 VARISTOR 1405-001082 V4 VARISTOR 1405-001082 VR300 VARISTOR 1405-001082 VR400 VARISTOR 6-1, MAIN Electrical Parts List 1405-001082 VR401 VARISTOR 1405-001082 VR501 VARISTOR 1405-001082 VR502 VARISTOR 1405-001082 VR503 VARISTOR 1405-001082 VR504 VARISTOR 1405-001082 VR512 VARISTOR 1405-001110 VR301 VARISTOR 1405-001110 VR508 VARISTOR 1405-001110 VR509 VARISTOR 1405-001110 VR510 VARISTOR 1405-001110 VR511 VARISTOR 1405-001133 V3 VARISTOR 1405-001133 VR505 VARISTOR 1405-001133 VR507 VARISTOR 2007-000138 R515 R-CHIP 2007-000140 R507 R-CHIP 2007-000140 R508 R-CHIP 2007-000140 R509 R-CHIP 2007-000140 R511 R-CHIP 2007-000140 R522 R-CHIP 2007-000141 R600 R-CHIP 2007-000141 R602 R-CHIP 2007-000143 R206 R-CHIP 2007-000143 R214 R-CHIP 2007-000143 R510 R-CHIP 2007-000144 R309 R-CHIP 2007-000147 R209 R-CHIP 2007-000147 R212 R-CHIP 2007-000148 R102 R-CHIP 2007-000148 R110 R-CHIP 2007-000148 R222 R-CHIP 2007-000148 R300 R-CHIP 2007-000148 R313 R-CHIP 2007-000153 R412 R-CHIP 2007-000153 R418 R-CHIP 2007-000157 R122 R-CHIP 2007-000157 R201 R-CHIP 2007-000157 R223 R-CHIP 6-2, MAIN Electrical Parts List 2007-000162 R120 R-CHIP 2007-000162 R202 R-CHIP 2007-000162 R215 R-CHIP 2007-000162 R317 R-CHIP 2007-000162 R321 R-CHIP 2007-000162 R402 R-CHIP 2007-000162 R403 R-CHIP 2007-000162 R518 R-CHIP 2007-000162 R601 R-CHIP 2007-000169 R111 R-CHIP 2007-000171 R113 R-CHIP 2007-000171 R207 R-CHIP 2007-000171 R216 R-CHIP 2007-000171 R227 R-CHIP 2007-000171 R228 R-CHIP 2007-000171 R229 R-CHIP 2007-000171 R230 R-CHIP 2007-000171 R324 R-CHIP 2007-000171 R326 R-CHIP 2007-000171 R327 R-CHIP 2007-000171 R328 R-CHIP 2007-000171 R329 R-CHIP 2007-000171 R427 R-CHIP 2007-000171 R516 R-CHIP 2007-000171 R603 R-CHIP 2007-000171 R604 R-CHIP 2007-000171 R614 R-CHIP 2007-000174 R105 R-CHIP 2007-000242 R203 R-CHIP 2007-000758 R224 R-CHIP 2007-000758 R225 R-CHIP 2007-000775 R318 R-CHIP 2007-000775 R517 R-CHIP 2007-001217 R116 R-CHIP 2007-001292 R204 R-CHIP 2007-001292 R205 R-CHIP 2007-001292 R505 R-CHIP 2007-001292 R506 R-CHIP 6-3, MAIN Electrical Parts List 2007-001298 R123 R-CHIP 2007-001339 R504 R-CHIP 2007-001339 R523 R-CHIP 2007-003001 R413 R-CHIP 2007-003001 R415 R-CHIP 2007-003015 R115 R-CHIP 2007-003015 R200 R-CHIP 2007-007193 R605 R-CHIP 2007-007193 R606 R-CHIP 2007-007193 R607 R-CHIP 2007-007193 R608 R-CHIP 2007-007193 R611 R-CHIP 2007-007193 R612 R-CHIP 2007-007308 R301 R-CHIP 2007-007314 R302 R-CHIP 2007-007317 R409 R-CHIP 2007-007317 R414 R-CHIP 2007-007317 R416 R-CHIP 2007-007317 R419 R-CHIP 2007-008275 R316 R-CHIP 2203-000233 C109 C-CER,CHIP 2203-000233 C140 C-CER,CHIP 2203-000233 C218 C-CER,CHIP 2203-000233 C220 C-CER,CHIP 2203-000233 C222 C-CER,CHIP 2203-000254 C124 C-CER,CHIP 2203-000254 C129 C-CER,CHIP 2203-000254 C141 C-CER,CHIP 2203-000254 C149 C-CER,CHIP 2203-000254 C150 C-CER,CHIP 2203-000254 C207 C-CER,CHIP 2203-000254 C210 C-CER,CHIP 2203-000254 C219 C-CER,CHIP 2203-000254 C322 C-CER,CHIP 2203-000254 C323 C-CER,CHIP 2203-000254 C324 C-CER,CHIP 2203-000254 C402 C-CER,CHIP 2203-000254 C403 C-CER,CHIP 6-4, MAIN Electrical Parts List 2203-000278 C108 C-CER,CHIP 2203-000278 C112 C-CER,CHIP 2203-000330 C325 C-CER,CHIP 2203-000330 C326 C-CER,CHIP 2203-000386 C151 C-CER,CHIP 2203-000386 C601 C-CER,CHIP 2203-000386 C603 C-CER,CHIP 2203-000386 C605 C-CER,CHIP 2203-000386 C607 C-CER,CHIP 2203-000386 C608 C-CER,CHIP 2203-000386 C609 C-CER,CHIP 2203-000386 C610 C-CER,CHIP 2203-000386 C612 C-CER,CHIP 2203-000425 C106 C-CER,CHIP 2203-000425 C107 C-CER,CHIP 2203-000438 C308 C-CER,CHIP 2203-000438 C334 C-CER,CHIP 2203-000627 C122 C-CER,CHIP 2203-000627 C400 C-CER,CHIP 2203-000812 C110 C-CER,CHIP 2203-000812 C111 C-CER,CHIP 2203-000812 C113 C-CER,CHIP 2203-000812 C114 C-CER,CHIP 2203-000812 C127 C-CER,CHIP 2203-000812 C600 C-CER,CHIP 2203-000812 C602 C-CER,CHIP 2203-000812 C604 C-CER,CHIP 2203-000812 C606 C-CER,CHIP 2203-000812 C611 C-CER,CHIP 2203-000812 C613 C-CER,CHIP 2203-000812 C614 C-CER,CHIP 2203-000812 C615 C-CER,CHIP 2203-000812 C616 C-CER,CHIP 2203-000812 C617 C-CER,CHIP 2203-000812 C619 C-CER,CHIP 2203-000812 C620 C-CER,CHIP 2203-000812 C621 C-CER,CHIP 2203-000854 C116 C-CER,CHIP 6-5, MAIN Electrical Parts List 2203-000854 C123 C-CER,CHIP 2203-000854 C125 C-CER,CHIP 2203-000940 C630 C-CER,CHIP 2203-000995 C100 C-CER,CHIP 2203-000995 C133 C-CER,CHIP 2203-000995 C202 C-CER,CHIP 2203-000995 C632 C-CER,CHIP 2203-000995 C633 C-CER,CHIP 2203-000995 C634 C-CER,CHIP 2203-001124 C312 C-CER,CHIP 2203-002709 C135 C-CER,CHIP 2203-002709 C205 C-CER,CHIP 2203-002709 C214 C-CER,CHIP 2203-002709 C215 C-CER,CHIP 2203-002709 C223 C-CER,CHIP 2203-002709 C224 C-CER,CHIP 2203-002709 C301 C-CER,CHIP 2203-002709 C302 C-CER,CHIP 2203-002709 C303 C-CER,CHIP 2203-002709 C304 C-CER,CHIP 2203-002709 C306 C-CER,CHIP 2203-002709 C307 C-CER,CHIP 2203-002709 C314 C-CER,CHIP 2203-002709 C315 C-CER,CHIP 2203-002709 C316 C-CER,CHIP 2203-002709 C321 C-CER,CHIP 2203-002709 C337 C-CER,CHIP 2203-005050 C142 C-CER,CHIP 2203-005055 C130 C-CER,CHIP 2203-005055 C156 C-CER,CHIP 2203-005057 C131 C-CER,CHIP 2203-005249 C332 C-CER,CHIP 2203-005482 C104 C-CER,CHIP 2203-005482 C139 C-CER,CHIP 2203-005482 C200 C-CER,CHIP 2203-005482 C201 C-CER,CHIP 2203-005482 C206 C-CER,CHIP 2203-005482 C208 C-CER,CHIP 6-6, MAIN Electrical Parts List 2203-005482 C209 C-CER,CHIP 2203-005482 C211 C-CER,CHIP 2203-005482 C212 C-CER,CHIP 2203-005482 C213 C-CER,CHIP 2203-005482 C521 C-CER,CHIP 2203-005483 C408 C-CER,CHIP 2203-005483 C411 C-CER,CHIP 2203-005483 C416 C-CER,CHIP 2203-005483 C421 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006047 C137 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006048 C117 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006048 C221 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006048 C328 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006048 C405 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006048 C406 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006048 C407 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006048 C515 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006048 C518 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006048 C627 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006137 C412 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006137 C413 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006137 C512 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006257 C329 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006257 C631 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006260 C136 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006324 C331 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006348 C335 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006361 C105 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006361 C300 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006361 C305 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006399 C330 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006474 C327 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006562 C309 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006562 C310 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006562 C313 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006562 C317 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006562 C318 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006562 C319 C-CER,CHIP 6-7, MAIN Electrical Parts List 2203-006562 C410 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006562 C420 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006562 C500 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006562 C504 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006562 C516 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006562 C517 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006626 C128 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006681 C138 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006681 C148 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006681 C422 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006681 C640 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006838 C203 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006838 C311 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006838 C320 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006838 C418 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006838 C503 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006838 C505 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006838 C506 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006838 C618 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006838 C623 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006838 C624 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006838 C625 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006838 C628 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006841 C333 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006841 C336 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006841 C401 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006841 C404 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006841 C513 C-CER,CHIP 2203-006841 C626 C-CER,CHIP 2404-001381 C417 C-TA,CHIP 2404-001406 C520 C-TA,CHIP 2404-001414 TA419 C-TA,CHIP 2703-001178 L105 INDUCTOR-SMD 2703-001236 L104 INDUCTOR-SMD 2709-002208 L103 INDUCTOR-SMD 2703-001701 L109 INDUCTOR-SMD 2703-001737 R117 INDUCTOR-SMD 2703-001938 L101 INDUCTOR-SMD 6-8, MAIN Electrical Parts List 2703-002367 L111 INDUCTOR-SMD 2703-002557 L500 INDUCTOR-SMD 2703-003184 L300 INDUCTOR-SMD 2703-003186 L110 INDUCTOR-SMD 2801-004353 OSC300 CRYSTAL-SMD 2801-004587 OSC101 CRYSTAL-SMD 2904-001841 F100 FILTER-SAW 2909-001283 F102 FILTER-LC 3301-001342 L200 BEAD-SMD 3301-001729 L504 BEAD-SMD 3301-001729 L600 BEAD-SMD 3301-001729 L601 BEAD-SMD 3301-001812 R400 BEAD-SMD 3301-001812 R401 BEAD-SMD 3301-001885 L501 BEAD-SMD 3301-001885 L502 BEAD-SMD 3301-001885 L503 BEAD-SMD 3301-001885 L505 BEAD-SMD 3301-001885 L506 BEAD-SMD 3301-001912 R406 BEAD-SMD 3404-001152 VOL_DOWN SWITCH-TACT 3404-001152 VOL_UP SWITCH-TACT 3705-001503 RFS100 CONNECTOR-COAXIAL 3709-001384 SIM600 CONNECTOR-CARD EDGE 3710-002499 IFC500 SOCKET-INTERFACE 3711-006141 HEA600 HEADER-BOARD TO BOARD 3711-006228 BTC500 HEADER-BATTERY 4202-001414 ANT3 ANTENNA-CHIP 4302-001130 BAT300 BATTERY-LI(2ND) GH13-00048A U500 IC ASIC-SPH-M300 Please consult the GSPN website (Samsung Portal) for the most recent version of the product's part list. 6-9, 7. Disassembly and Assembly Instructions 7-1. Disassembly121) Release SCREW 4 POINT at REAR 1) Remove the SIM CARD & BATTERY. 1) Be careful not to make scratch. 3 4 1) Raises jig for dissolution on REAR CASE 1) Raises jig for dissolution on REAR CASE earjack right side and disjoints REAR HOOK. earjack right side and disjoints REAR HOOK. 1) Be careful Locker damage when you Disjoint a REAR. 1) Be careful Locker damage when you Disjoint a REAR. 7-1, Exploded View and Parts List561) After catch the REAR and press the PBA 1) Lift below the SCREW BOSS HOLE part. SHIELD CAN, lift REAR. 1) When disjoint CONNECTOR, be careful approximately 1) Be careful REAR damage when you Disjoint a REAR. parts damage. 7 8 1) After open the folder and catch the FRONT, press KEYPAD part and softly lift 1) Disjoint in Front with picture pressing PBA. top portion FRONT's Hinge by tweezers. 2) Disjoint PBA and KEYPAD. 1) Be careful FRONT plastic, FRONT SUS and Hinge 1) Be careful FRONT LOCKER damage. damage. 7-2, Exploded View and Parts List 9 10 1) When disjoint Front, disjoint CON TO CON 1) Remove SCREW CAP using tweezers.(2POINT) part after disjoint HINGE part. 2) Release SCREW. 1) Be carefel LCD CON TO CON damage. 1) Be careful not to make scratch and LOCKER damage! 11 12 1) Push to back HINGE part of folder, 1) Release UPPER and LOWER's LOCKER disjoints top portion of HOOK. portion using plastic dissolution jig. 1) Be careful LOWER plastic damage. 1) Be careful not to make scratch and LOCKER damage! 7-3, Exploded View and Parts List561) After catch the REAR and press the PBA 1) Lift below the SCREW BOSS HOLE part. SHIELD CAN, lift REAR. 1) When disjoint CONNECTOR, be careful approximately 1) Be careful REAR damage when you Disjoint a REAR. parts damage. 7 8 1) After open the folder and catch the FRONT, press KEYPAD part and softly lift 1) Disjoint in Front with picture pressing PBA. top portion FRONT's Hinge by tweezers. 2) Disjoint PBA and KEYPAD. 1) Be careful FRONT plastic, FRONT SUS and Hinge 1) Be careful FRONT LOCKER damage. damage. 7-4, Exploded View and Parts List 13 14 1) Separate SPEAKER and MOTOR in LOWER after 1) Enter upward after push LCD Bracket to insertion in the decomposition groove using the top portion and disjoints. tweezers. 1) Be careful not to inflow stem in SUB LCD and LCD 1) Be careful not to make scratch and LOCKER damage! damage. 15 16 1) Separate CAMERA in LOWER by tweezers. 1) Seperate LCD ASS'Y in Lower. 1) Be carefule LCD CON TO CON damage. 1) Be careful CAMERA damage at CAMERA separation by 2) Beware not to remain stem or fingerprint in tweezers. MAIN/SUB LCD. 7-5, Exploded View and Parts List 1) Disassembly completion. 1) Be careful not to remain stem or fingerprint in LCD and WINDOW. 7-6, Exploded View and Parts List 7-2. Assembly121) LCD Ass'y 1) Insert LCD CON TO CON in the Lower hall. 1) Be careful not to remain stem or fingerprint in 1) When insert the LCD CON TO CON, beware to crack. MAIN LCD. 3 4 1) Catches LCD Ass' y left/right side and puts 1) Drop to lower LCD bracket,assembly to Lower. in Lower. 2) Confirm again whether assembled according to base line with right side picture after conclusion. 1) Be careful not to inflow stem in SUB LCD. 1) Be careful not to remain stem or fingerprint in LCD. 2) Assembly to base line again if was not assembled to base line. 7-7, Exploded View and Parts List561) In state put UPPER in the LCD CON TO CON 1) Put speaker in the LOWER groove. insertion groove, assembly HOOK of diagonal line 2) Put motor in the LOWER groove after once turning. direction. 1) When put the motor, Speaker, beware that you not to 1) Be careful HOOK damage. cut wire. 7 8 1) Assembly UPPER's top portion HOOK and LOWER. 2) Screw up two screws at FOLDER LOWER and put in 1) Assembly UPPER's right side HOOK. screw caps. 2) Assembly a HOOK which located lower first. 1) 1) Be careful not to make scratch and molding 1) Be careful HOOK damage. damage! 7-8, Exploded View and Parts List 9 10 1) Insert LCD CON TO CON in the FRONT hall. 1) Set KEYPAD on the FRONT. 2) Push the Hinge portion and insert in FRONT hall. 1) Be careful not to crack LCD CON TO CON. 1) KEYPAD takes care so that do not insert to FRONT 2) Be careful Hinge and Front damage. rib. 11 12 1) Earjack cover projection is assembled on PBA with right side picture. 1) As1se)m그bl림y 과LCD같C이ONN스EC폰TO지R.를 부착한다. 2) Set a PBA. 1) Press until Connector is sonant "Click" 1) Check the earjack cover. 2) When joint LCD CONNECTOR, be careful approximately parts damage. 7-9, Exploded View and Parts List 13 14 1) Set volume key. 1) Assembly right side portion after assembly REAR's top portion first. 1)Be careful not to fall volume key before assembling 1) Be careful REAR damage. REAR. 15 16 1) Assembly lower side after assembly 1) Drivers 4 screws on the REAR. REAR's left side first. 1) Be careful REAR damage. 1) Be careful not to make scratch and REAR damage! 7-10, 8. Block Diagrams

ANT

TX_EN A

N

` BAND_SEL1/2 PAM100 T 26M_BT CLK_REQ_CLK VMOD_EN CLK_REQ_BT I2C_CLK_LM PCM_CLK I2C_SDA_LM PCM_TXD

Bluetooth PCM_RXD 26MHZ_DBB

PCM_SYNC ICHRG JIG_ON SAW DEBUG_RTS MOTOR_EN PWR_ON DEBUG_CTS KEY_BL1 VRF_2.9V DEBUG_RXD RTC_CLK DEBUG_TXD FM_INT DCDC_OUT FM_SCL FM_SDA GND_SW FM_BUS_EN 26MHZ_DBB VAMICREF 26M_BT + MONO1_IN/P/N SBCK MIC -

OSC SBDTEAR_MIC + MONO2_IN/P/N SBLE Transceiver

26MHz -

AFC

RTX_I_P/N RTX_Q_P/N

OSC X1RTC

KEY_COL(0:4) 32.768 KHz X2RTC ABB KEY_ROW(0:4)

KEY PAD VSIMKEY_BL 1 RST / TRSTN SIM_CLK

PWR_ON VIB_RNG_EN SIM_RST SIM TXPSTB OSCSIM_IO SOCKET 26MHz CLK_REQ AINT/DINT 26M_ABB

HALL IC FLIP_SNS DBB CNTL_DAT/EN_CSP HI_MONO_OUT_P/N

RTX_DAT/EN SCUSTB LO_MONO1/2_OUT_P/N RTC_CLK EAR_OUT_R/L AUDIO AMP SPK_N/P VLDO_COREA_S EAR_COMN CSN/SCLK/SDI/SDO_PSC I2C_CLK_LM PSW1_BUF/PWR_KEEP

BAT_CON BATT_OPEN_CHECK I2C_SDA_LMSIM1_RST

SIM1_CLK/SIM1_DAT VMOT FLASH_RST TA_USB_SEL CHG_DET CHARGER CHG_ON FLASH_RST MEM_RST RADIO_ANT ICHRG SM_CLK FM_INT JIG_ON SM_RDY_WAIT FM_SCL FM RADIO FM_SDA LOWER_BYTE

MEMORY FM_BUS_ENUPPER_BYTE

RTC_CLK SM_ADDR_VALID ROM1_CS/RAM1_CS CP_WEN/CP_OEN RADIO_ANT VMOTA(0:24) EAR_OUT_R/L MOT EAR_MIC_+/- D(0:15) 20 PIN EAR_COMN SBCK IF CON EAR_SWITCH HSYNC JACK_IN SBDT VSYNC SDS_TXD/RXD SBLE CAM_D(0:7) LCD_ID CAM_RST BL_EN PCLK CAM A(1) MCLK USB_CON AIT_INT CAM_SDA CAM_SCL USB_OE AIT_CS/RST BackendIC

USB USB_DM/DP AIT_LCD_BY

USB_RCV LCD_D(0:7)CLK26M_AIT USB_SUSP LCD_RS/CS USB_DET SLCD_CS LCD_WEN LCD_RD_EN SUB_LCD_CS LCD LCD_RST

JTAG

CAM_ON LCD_ID BL_EN 8-1 JIG_ON_IF XTAL_IN TA_VEXT_USB_5V XTAL_OUT USB_D+/-

RTCK TCK TDI TDO TMS TRSTN RST VAPC

DPCS_PAM_IN RADIO_L/R GSM_PAM_IN PCS_LNA_IN_P/N PCS_IN REFIN DCS_LNA_IN_P/N DCS_IN GSM_LNA_IN_P/N EGSM_IN

REFINB

GSM850_LNA_IN_P/N GSM850_IN,

Block Diagrams RF block

` VAPC ANT AFC GSM850_LNA_IN_P GSM850_IN GSM850_LNA_IN_N GSM_LNA_IN_P RTX_I_N EGSM_IN GSM_LNA_IN_N RTX_I_P RTX_Q_N DCS_LNA_IN_P DCS_IN RTX_Q_P TRANS DCS_LNA_IN_N

CEIVER

PCS_LNA_IN_P PAMPCS_IN SWITCH PCS_LNA_IN_N 26MHZ_DBB

SBLE

GSM_PAM_IN

SBCK

SBDT DPCS_PAM_IN VMOD_EN TX_EN BAND_SEL1 BAND_SEL2 26M_BT CLK_REQ_CLK CLK_REQ_BT

ANT

PCM_CLK PCM_SYNC PCM_TXD BLUETOOTH FILTER PCM_RXD BT_RXD BT_TXD 8-2, 9. PCB Diagrams

G102

C336 C505 G104 R312

ZD507 C520 C504

R315 R320 R222 C513 C521 C506R316 C616 C606 C604

BTC500 C602HEA600 C600

C621 C617 C333 C418 R515 C619 C623 C612 C624 L600 C625 C620 R614 R601 C615 C609 C601 L502 C614 C605 C603 C611 C607 C610 U500 C613 C608 R603 C622 R604 C629 C217 C422 R216 R207 C514 VOL_UP TP_AIT_CS R522 C412

TA409

C301 C302 C303 C211 G106 C310 C311 C309 C312 C321 C328 C319 C314 C313 C210 C316 C209 VOL_DOWN R417 C315 R200 C320 C206 C207 C208 R229 C215 R221 C337 C223 R205 C216 C307 C224 R206 OSC300 R225

C305 C204 R425 R426

R204 R224 C214 C331 TP_VCCD_1.2A

OSC100 C123 R105 TH300

R110 C116 R301 VR400

NC L104 C124 C117

R302 R404 L400 C136 R405 L401 C134 R114 R113 C125 C139 VR401 R227 R226 R228 C128 C129 C149 C138 C150 R123 C133 C137 C140 C113 C151 L109 C106 C104 C107 L111 C131 C108 G105 C156 C112 C154 R116 L108 C101 L102 C634 C633 C632 C630 VR605 VR608 VR606 VR607 VR609 R309 C329 C130

MIC400

ANT_GND ANT_F

G101 G103

9-1

U100 U301 U401 RFT100 U302 UME200

T_CP_OEN T_CP_WEN ZD508 T_CLK_OUT

SIM600

F102 JTAG201 OSC101 T_D[0]

UCP200 UCD300

ZD202 Q301 Q300 R310 R516 R517 C515 C516 C203 C205 R230 C213 C202 R209 SM_ ADD R_VALID TP_SM_CLK ROM_CS_S R202 RAM_CS_S T_A[ 0] R212 TP_FLASH_RST SM_RDY_WAIT R208 R210 C636 C626 R211 R602 C638 R214 R600 C639

U501 R510 R213

C628 C637 C332 C635 C627 C201 C618 C212 C403 C402 L601 L504 C200 C423 C518 R523 ZD200 C417 C517 VR504 R319 VR512 R217 R314 R311 ZD201

U400 R201 R203 C105 U200 BAT300C110

VR502 C109 R508 R102 VR506 R505 R506 VR501 C111 PAM100 VR507 VR505 R509 R504 R223 C114 L501 L503 C102 C221 R507 R300 C407 C405 R218 C222 C326 C512 C308 R401 C304 C325 VR503 C330 F100 L100 C323 C631 C404 R427 C318 R100 C100 L101 C401 C322 C317 C400 C324 C220 R400 RFS100R406 C122 R415 C406 R403 R402 L300 R111 C127 L500 R413 R120VR510 VR511 C335 C413 C143 R112 C144 C142

C327 R122

L110 C306 R115 L105 R117C300

I FC500 C135R412 C410 C420 R418

C148 C141 C408 C411 C421 C416 TA419 R410 ANT3R409 R414 R419 R416,

PCB Diagrams

C503 C500

NC

U607 R322 L200 R215 R318 C218 R511

UP STO I

VR509 L505 L506 R607 VR508

DOWN PWR CLEAR

C64023LED601 LED603 TP_PCM_CLK TP_PCM_SYNC R608 R606 TP_DEBUG_RXD45678LED605 LED604 R612 R611 * 0 9-2 ZD601 U201 ZD600 C424 R121 TP_RCM_TXD TP_DEBUG_TXD TP_PCM_RXD R605 LED600 9 SHARP R518 R313 C219 C334 R321 V1 R317 RI GHT ZD401 ZD400 U502 LEFT LED602

MENU SEND

, 10. Flow Chart of Troubleshooting 10-1-1. Power ON 'Power On' does not work Check the current consumption Yes Current consumption No >= 100mA Download again Yes Check the Vbat Voltage No Voltage >=3.3V Charge the Battery Yes Check the pin of UCD300 No Pin#D6 >= 2.9V Check UCD300 and C318 Yes Pin#F3 and pin#E14 No No =2.9V pin#A6 = 1.8V Check UCD300 and C317 Yes Yes Check the clock signal at pin#21 of RFT100 Freq = 26MHz No Vrms >=300mV Check the clock generation circuit Vpp≒ 900mV (related to OSC101) Yes Check the initial operation

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10-1,

Flow Chart of Troubleshooting C412 C123 R105 TH300 C301 C302 R110 C116 R301 C303 C211 L104 C310 C311 C124 C117 R302 C136 C309 C312 C125 C139 C321 C328 C128 C319 C314 C129 C313 C210 C138 C316 C209 R123 C315 R200 C133 C320 C206 C137 C207 C208 C140 C215 C113 R205 R225

V_BATT VCCD_2.9V VCCA_2.9V VCCD_1.8V C300 GND_SW V_BATT C301 C302 C303 C304 DCDC_OUT C305 C307 C306 GND_SW VRF_2.9V TH300 CNTL_DAT_CSP CNTL_DAT_CSPN9 CNTL_EN_CSP CNTL_EN_CSP NTCCM10054BH103HC A4 ADC_AUX1 B4 N4 B3 ADC_AUX2 SCAN K7 ICHRG R300 ADC_AUX3 SCANTST A2 ADC_AUX4 SCUSTB P3 SCUSTB B1 M10 R301 ADC_AUX5 CSN_PSC CSN_PSC VCCD_1.8V VCCA_2.9V VRF_2.9VC1 33K,1% C308 ADC_AUX6 SCLK_PSC P10 SCLK_PSC R302 C2 R10ADC_AUX7 SDI_PSC SDI_PSC D1 ADC_AUX8 SDO_PSC M9 SDO_PSC VCCD_2.9V VCCD_1.2A VBT_1.8V TA_USB_SEL D2 ADC_AUX9 VAMICREF K13 VAMICREF M3 K10 ANT AOCTL0 VAMICRTN M2 AOCTL1 VAREF K12 GSM_RX L3 J11 L2 AOCTL2 VAREFRTN L14 C309 AOCTL3 VAVCM GSM_TX F13 R12 VAVCMLSH K11 LO_MONO1_OUT_N LO_MONO1_OUT_N VAVCMRTN DCS/PCS_RX P11 C310 LO_MONO1_OUT_P N15 LO_MONO1_OUT_P A6 LO_MONO2_OUT_N VLDO_1 DCS/PCS_TX L13 D6 LO_MONO2_OUT_P VLDO_2 E14 FM_RADIO VLDO_AUD K15 AUX_IN_L VLDO_AUX1 F12 K14 D14 SPK AUX_IN_R VLDO_AUX2 VLDO_COREA C15 R14 B15 MAIN MIC HI_MONO_OUT_P HI-MONO_OUT_P UCD300 VLDO_COREA_S VLDO_COREA_S HI_MONO_OUT_N R13 HI_MONO_OUT_N VLDO_COREB C12 D13 VLDO_COREC EAR SPK KEY_BL1 D7 LED1_DRV C7 E3 LED2_DRV VRFLDO_1 EAR MIC D9 LED3_DRV VRFLDO_2 F3 J5 G4 RAREF1 X1RTC SIM H6 G3 RAREF2 X2RTC C311 C312J6 POWER ON RAREF3 N5 OSC300 C313 G13 UP_CLK L6 SIM1_CLK MIC1_IN_N MIC1_IN_N UP_IO SIM1_DAT C314 C315 C316 C321 C317 C318 C319 C320 CLK J13 M6 MIC1_IN_P G12 MIC1_IN_P UP_RST SIM1_RSTC322 C323 C324 MIC2_IN_N MIC2_IN_N12MIC2_IN_P G11 MIC2_IN_P VIB_DRV E9 VMOT C326 C325 F14 L7 MIC_B_D VIB_RNG_EN VIB_RING_EN 3 L10 R4 PSW1_BUF PSW1_BUF RESETN FLASH_RST PWR_KEEP P6 PWR_KEEP RESET_O P5 RST E5 JIG_ON PWR_SW2 PWR_ON C4 PWR_SW1N AFC G5 AFC H5 F1 VAPC TXP CREF L5 F2 TXPSTB N2 TXPSTB VREF F5 RTX_DAT RXTXDATA VRTC R2 C10 RTX_EN RXTXEN USB_CHRG N7 R309 AINT AINT J4 B13 L300 RTX_I_N J3 RXTXIN LX B11 DCDC_OUT RTX_I_P RXTXIP BATKELV V_BATT K3 L9 1 RTX_Q_N K4 RXTXQN DINT B12 DINT RTX_Q_P RXTXQP FBSW GND_SW HV_CHRG D10 B6 E8 SIM_CLK SIM_CLK RING_DRV C327 BAT300 C328C329 SIM_IO E6 SIM_IO RTC_CLK R3 RTC_CLK 2 B5 N6 SIM_RST SIM_RST SYSCLK 26MHZ_ABB VSIM C5 VSIM SYSCLKEN R6 CLK_REQ C330 GND_SW VRF_2.9V

CUT FILL AREA

R105 OSC1014312C117 C116 L104 26MHZ_DBB RTX_Q_N C127 R110 26M_BT AFC RTX_Q_P C123 C124 VCCD_2.9V C125 RF GND V_BATT RX1900B PCS_LNA_IN_P VLDO2 RX1900 PCS_LNA_IN_N C128 VLDO1 C129 RX1800B DCS_LNA_IN_P VBAT RFT100 RX1800 DCS_LNA_IN_N

VDD

RX900B GSM_LNA_IN_P VCC_TXVCO C131 RX900 GSM_LNA_IN_N PCS_PAM_IN R123 51 TXOP_HI RX850B GSM_PAM_IN C133 47PF GSM850_LNA_IN_P 50V TXOP_LO R116 82 RX850 GSM850_LNA_IN_N VLDO3 C156 GND L108 C137 C138 C139 C136 RF GND SBLE SBCK C140

SBDT

RTX_I_N RTX_I_P 10-2 C154 K1 GNDB N11 GNDD L111 F4 GNDQE10 GNDS F6 F7 GNDS

GNDS

F8 F9 GNDS

GNDS

F10 F11 GNDS

GNDS

G6 C9 G7 GNDS VACC A12 GNDS VEXT G8 GNDS VBAT B10 G9 C6 GNDS VBAT12 G10 GNDS VBATAUD E13 H7 E11 GNDS VBATAUX H8 GNDS VBATRF E2 H9 A14 GNDS VBATSW H10 GNDS VDD M7 J7 N1 GNDS VDD J8 GNDS VDD N12 J9 C14 J10 GNDS VDD1A D15 GNDS VDD1BC N14 K2 M15 GNDSPKR VDDB N10 GNDV VDDD M1 P15 A10 GND_AOCTL VDDSPKR L11 GND_HCUR VDDV E7 K5 A3 GND_HCUR VDD_AOCTL L8 GND_PSC VDD_IO C11 GND_PSC VDD_IO P4 F15 GND_PSC A13 GND_SW K6

VSS

K8 VSS K9

VSS NC

2 NC 9 10 11 D3 12 13 14 15 16 H11 NC

NC

J12 M13 NC

NC

M14

NC

NC VCC_REF P12 NC 8 17 P13 NC 7 SEN VAFC 18 SCLK REFINB 6 19 SDATA REFIN 5 20 VCC_BBI REF_OP 4 21 IB QB 22IQ23 VCC_FE VCC_BBQ 1 24

NC

35 NC 33 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 C122 R111 TP_VCCD_1.2A RFT100

UCD300 OSC101 C110 C109 R102 C111 C114 F100 C220 C122 R111 C127 R120 R223 C221 R300 C222 C326 C308 C304 C325 C330 C323 C631 C318 C322 C317 C324 R415 L300 R413 C413 C327 C306 C300

,

Flow Chart of Troubleshooting

10-1-2. Initial Initial Failure Yes The pin #A6 of UCD300 = 1.8V and No Check the UCD300 the pin #D6 of UCD300 = (if it has some problem, it is to be replaced.) 2.9V ? Yes Is the pin #P5 of UCD300 No Check the UCD300 "Low → High" ? (if it has some problem, it is to be replaced.) Yes There is 32.768kHz wave No Check the UCD300 forms at the C325 and C326 Yes The voltage is "High" at the No Check the UCD300 C311,C312,C317,C318 Yes No LCD display is O.K Check the LCD part Yes No Sound is O.K Check the Audio part Yes

END

10-3,

Flow Chart of Troubleshooting R522 TA409 C412 C301 C302 C303 C211 C310 C311 C309 C312 C321 C328 C319 C314 C313 C210 C316 C209 R417 C315 R200 C320 C206 C207 C208 C215 C337 R205 C307 OSC300 R225 C305 C204 R425 R426 R204 R224 C214 C331

V_BATT VCCD_2.9V VCCA_2.9V VCCD_1.8V C300 GND_SW V_BATT C301 C302 C303 C304 DCDC_OUT C305 C307 C306 GND_SW

ANT

VRF_2.9V GSM_RX P1 GSM_TX TH300 CNTL_DAT_CSP CNTL_DAT_CSPN9 CNTL_EN_CSP CNTL_EN_CSP DCS/PCS_RX NTCCM10054BH103HC A4 ADC_AUX1 B4 N4 B3 ADC_AUX2 SCAN K7 DCS/PCS_TX ADC_AUX3 SCANTST ICHRG R300 A2 ADC_AUX4 SCUSTB P3 SCUSTB FM_RADIO B1 M10 R301 ADC_AUX5 CSN_PSC CSN_PSC VCCD_1.8V VCCA_2.9V VRF_2.9VC1 33K,1% C308 ADC_AUX6 SCLK_PSC P10 SCLK_PSC SPK R302 C2 R10ADC_AUX7 SDI_PSC SDI_PSC D1 ADC_AUX8 SDO_PSC M9 SDO_PSC VCCD_2.9V VCCD_1.2A VBT_1.8V MAIN MIC D2 ADC_AUX9 VAMICREF K13 VAMICREF M3 K10 EAR SPK AOCTL0 VAMICRTN M2 AOCTL1 VAREF K12 L3 J11 AOCTL2 VAREFRTN EAR MICL2 L14 C309 AOCTL3 VAVCM F13 R12 VAVCMLSH K11 SIM LO_MONO1_OUT_N LO_MONO1_OUT_N VAVCMRTN P11 C310 LO_MONO1_OUT_P N15 LO_MONO1_OUT_P

POWER ON

A6 LO_MONO2_OUT_N VLDO_1 L13 D6 LO_MONO2_OUT_P VLDO_2 E14 CLK VLDO_AUD K15 AUX_IN_L VLDO_AUX1 F12 K14 D14 AUX_IN_R VLDO_AUX2 VLDO_COREA C15 R14 B15 HI_MONO_OUT_P HI-MONO_OUT_P UCD300 VLDO_COREA_S VLDO_COREA_S HI_MONO_OUT_N R13 HI_MONO_OUT_N VLDO_COREB C12 D13 VLDO_COREC KEY_BL1 D7 LED1_DRV C7 E3 LED2_DRV VRFLDO_1 D9 LED3_DRV VRFLDO_2 F3 J5 G4 RAREF1 X1RTC H6 G3 J6 RAREF2 X2RTC C311 C312 RAREF3 N5 OSC300 G13 UP_CLK L6 SIM1_CLK MIC1_IN_N MIC1_IN_N UP_IO SIM1_DAT C314 C315 C316 C321 C317 C318 C319 C320 J13 M6 MIC1_IN_P G12 MIC1_IN_P UP_RST SIM1_RSTC322 C323 C324 MIC2_IN_N MIC2_IN_N12MIC2_IN_P G11 MIC2_IN_P VIB_DRV E9 VMOT C326 C325 F14 L7 MIC_B_D VIB_RNG_EN VIB_RING_EN 3 L10 R4 PSW1_BUF PSW1_BUF RESETN FLASH_RST PWR_KEEP P6 PWR_KEEP RESET_O P5 RST E5 JIG_ON PWR_SW2 PWR_ON C4 PWR_SW1N AFC G5 AFC H5 F1 VAPC TXP CREF L5 F2 TXPSTB N2 TXPSTB VREF F5 RTX_DAT RXTXDATA VRTC R2 C10 RTX_EN RXTXEN USB_CHRG N7 R309 AINT AINT J4 B13 L300 RTX_I_N J3 RXTXIN LX B11 DCDC_OUT RTX_I_P RXTXIP BATKELV V_BATT K3 L9 1 RTX_Q_N K4 RXTXQN DINT B12 DINT RTX_Q_P RXTXQP FBSW GND_SW HV_CHRG D10 B6 E8 SIM_CLK SIM_CLK RING_DRV C327 E6 R3 C329 BAT300 C328 SIM_IO SIM_IO RTC_CLK RTC_CLK B5 N6 2 SIM_RST SIM_RST SYSCLK 26MHZ_ABB VSIM C5 VSIM SYSCLKEN R6 CLK_REQ C330 GND_SW 10-4 K1 N11 GNDB F4 GNDD E10 GNDQGNDS F6 F7 GNDS F8 GNDS F9 GNDSGNDS F10 F11 GNDS G6 GNDS C9 G7 GNDS VACCGNDS VEXT A12G8 B10 G9 GNDS VBAT C6 G10 GNDS VBAT12 H7 GNDS VBATAUD E13 GNDS VBATAUX E11 H8 GNDS VBATRF E2 H9 H10 GNDS VBATSW A14 GNDS VDD M7J7 GNDS VDD N1 J8 GNDS VDD N12 J9 GNDS VDD1A C14J10 D15 N14 GNDS VDD1BC K2 M15 GNDSPKR VDDBGNDV VDDD N10 M1 A10 GND_AOCTL VDDSPKR E7 GND_HCUR VDDV L11 K5 A3 GND_HCUR VDD_AOCTLGND_PSC VDD_IO L8 C11 P4 F15 GND_PSC VDD_IO A13 GND_PSC K6 GND_SWVSS K8 VSS K9 VSS 2 NCNC D3 H11 NC J12 NC M13 NCNC M14 P12 NC P13 NC

NC U302

TP_VCCD_1.2A

UCP200 UCD300 R213 C332 R314 R311 R201 R203 U200

504 R223

C221 R300 C222 C326 C308 C304 C325 C330 C323 C318 C631 C322 C317 C324 R415 L300 R413 C413 C327 C306 C300 R412 C410 C420 R418 C408 C411 C421 C416 TA419 R410 R409 R414 R419 R416

,

Flow Chart of Troubleshooting

10-1-3. Sim Part "Insert SIM is displayed on the LCD Yes Check the SIM connector's No (SIM600) connection to Resolder or change SIM600 SIM card Yes Check the voltage at pin#1 No of SIM600 >= 2.8V ? Check the UCD300 Yes No Is there any signals pin#2,#3,#4 of SIM600 ? Check the UCD300 Yes Check the SIM Card

END

10-5,

Flow Chart of Troubleshooting R522 TA409 C412 C301 C302 C303 C211 G106 C310 C311 C309 C312 C321 C328 C319 C314 C313 C210 C316 C209 VOL_DOWN R417 C315 R200 C320 C206 C207 C208 R229 C215 R221 C337 C223 R205 C216 C307 C224 R206 OSC300 R225 C305 C204 R425 R426 R204 R224 C214 C331 SIM600 VSIM

SIM_RST SIM_CLK SIM_IO C630 C631 C632 C633 C634 C631 :: Placed near ABB

SIM CON ANT GSM_RX GSM_TX DCS/PCS_RX DCS/PCS_TX FM_RADIO SPK MAIN MIC C634 C633 C632 C630 EAR SPK EAR MIC VR605 VR608 SIM VR60 6 VR607 POWER ON CLK VR609

V_BATT VCCD_2.9V VCCA_2.9V VCCD_1.8V C300 GND_SW V_BATT C301 C302 C303 C304 DCDC_OUT C305 C307 C306 GND_SW VRF_2.9V TH300 CNTL_DAT_CSP CNTL_DAT_CSPN9 A4 CNTL_EN_CSP CNTL_EN_CSPNTCCM10054BH103HC ADC_AUX1 B4 N4 B3 ADC_AUX2 SCAN K7 R300 ADC_AUX3 SCANTSTICHRG A2 ADC_AUX4 SCUSTB P3 SCUSTB B1 M10 R301 ADC_AUX5 CSN_PSC CSN_PSC VCCD_1.8V VCCA_2.9V VRF_2.9VC1 33K,1% C308 ADC_AUX6 SCLK_PSC P10 SCLK_PSC R302 C2 ADC_AUX7 SDI_PSC R10 SDI_PSC D1 ADC_AUX8 SDO_PSC M9 SDO_PSC VCCD_2.9V VCCD_1.2A VBT_1.8V D2 ADC_AUX9 VAMICREF K13 VAMICREF M3 K10 AOCTL0 VAMICRTN M2 AOCTL1 VAREF K12 L3 J11 L2 AOCTL2 VAREFRTN L14 C309 AOCTL3 VAVCM VAVCMLSH F13R12 K11 LO_MONO1_OUT_N LO_MONO1_OUT_N VAVCMRTN P11 C310 LO_MONO1_OUT_P N15 LO_MONO1_OUT_P A6 LO_MONO2_OUT_N VLDO_1 L13 D6 LO_MONO2_OUT_P VLDO_2 E14 VLDO_AUD K15 AUX_IN_L VLDO_AUX1 F12 K14 D14 AUX_IN_R VLDO_AUX2 VLDO_COREA C15 R14 B15 HI_MONO_OUT_P HI-MONO_OUT_P UCD300 VLDO_COREA_S VLDO_COREA_S HI_MONO_OUT_N R13 HI_MONO_OUT_N VLDO_COREB C12D13 VLDO_COREC KEY_BL1 D7 LED1_DRV C7 E3 LED2_DRV VRFLDO_1 D9 LED3_DRV VRFLDO_2 F3 J5 G4 RAREF1 X1RTC H6 G3 J6 RAREF2 X2RTC C311 C312 RAREF3 N5 OSC300 G13 UP_CLK L6 SIM1_CLK MIC1_IN_N MIC1_IN_N UP_IO SIM1_DAT C314 C315 C316 C321 C317 C318 C319 C320 J13 M6 MIC1_IN_P G12 MIC1_IN_P UP_RST SIM1_RSTC322 C323 C324 MIC2_IN_N MIC2_IN_N12MIC2_IN_P G11 MIC2_IN_P VIB_DRV E9 VMOT C326 C325 F14 L7 MIC_B_D VIB_RNG_EN VIB_RING_EN 3 L10 R4 PSW1_BUF PSW1_BUF RESETN FLASH_RST PWR_KEEP P6 PWR_KEEP RESET_O P5 RST E5 JIG_ON PWR_SW2 PWR_ON C4 PWR_SW1N AFC G5 AFC H5 F1 VAPC TXP CREF L5 F2 TXPSTB N2 TXPSTB VREF F5 RTX_DAT RXTXDATA VRTC R2 C10 RTX_EN RXTXEN USB_CHRG N7 R309 AINT AINT J4 B13 L300 RTX_I_N J3 RXTXIN LX DCDC_OUTRTX_I_P RXTXIP BATKELV B11 V_BATT K3 L9 1 RTX_Q_N K4 RXTXQN DINT B12 DINT RTX_Q_P RXTXQP FBSW GND_SW HV_CHRG D10 B6 E8 SIM_CLK SIM_CLK RING_DRV C327 C328 E6 R3 C329 BAT300SIM_IO SIM_IO RTC_CLK RTC_CLK 2 SIM_RST B5 SIM_RST SYSCLK N6 26MHZ_ABB VSIM C5 VSIM SYSCLKEN R6 CLK_REQ C330 GND_SW 10-6

VCC

2 VCC

CLK

4 GND

VPP

6 I/O

NC

8 NC 9 NC 10 NC K1

GNDB

N11 GNDD F4

GNDQ

E10 GNDS F6 F7 GNDS

GNDS

F8 F9 GNDS

GNDS

F10 F11 GNDS

GNDS

G6 C9 G7 GNDS VACC A12 GNDS VEXT G8 GNDS VBAT B10 G9 C6 GNDS VBAT12 G10 GNDS VBATAUD E13 H7 E11 GNDS VBATAUX H8 GNDS VBATRF E2 H9 A14 GNDS VBATSW H10 GNDS VDD M7 J7 N1 GNDS VDD J8 GNDS VDD N12 J9 C14 J10 GNDS VDD1A D15 GNDS VDD1BC N14 K2 M15 GNDSPKR VDDB N10 GNDV VDDD M1 P15 A10 GND_AOCTL VDDSPKR L11 GND_HCUR VDDV E7 K5 A3 GND_HCUR VDD_AOCTL L8 GND_PSC VDD_IO C11 GND_PSC VDD_IO P4 F15 GND_PSC A13 GND_SW K6

VSS

K8 VSS K9

VSS NC

2 NC D3 H11 NC

NC

J12 M13 NC

NC

M14 P12 NC

NC NC U302 UME200

TP_VCCD_1.2A

OUT ZD508 SIM600 UCP200 UCD300 C203 C205 R230 C213 C202 R209 R202 R212 R208 R210 R211 R214 R213 C332 R314 R311 R201 R203 U200

4 R223

C221 R300 C222 C326 C308 C304 C325 C330 C323 C631 C318 C322 C317 C324 R415 L300 R413 C413 C327 C306 C300 R412 C410 C420 R418 C408 C411 C421 C416 TA419 R410 R409 R414 R419 R416

,

Flow Chart of Troubleshooting

10-1-4. Microphone Part Microphone does not work Yes No Is the assembled status of microphone O.K? Reassembled the microphone Yes Check the reference voltage on mic path Yes Resolder or change No VR400 ≒ 2.0V ? R409,C408,C410,C411,R412,R414, ① TA409,R101,C403,R404,C402,R405 Yes No Is microphone ok? Check UCD300 ② Yes

END

10-7,

Flow Chart of Troubleshooting

10-1-5. Receiver Part There is no sound from the Receiver Yes No Is the terminal of Receiver O.K ? Replace the Receiver Yes Is there any signals at the No pin#P11 and pin#R12 of Check U400,R413,R415 UCD300 ? Yes

END

10-1-6. SPK Part There is no sound from the Buzzer Yes No Is the terminal of Speaker O.K ? Replace the Speaker Yes Is there any signals at the No Check UCD300 pin#R13 and pin#R14 of UCD300 ? Check D1, D2 (LCD PCB Part) Yes

END

10-8,

Flow Chart of Troubleshooting

C336 C505 R312

ZD507 C520 C504

R315 R320 R222 C513 C521 C506R316 C616 C606 C604

BTC500 C602HEA600 C600

C621 C617 C333 C418 R515 C619 C62 3 C612 C624 L600 C625 C620 R614 R601 C615 C609 C601 L502 C614 C605 C603 C611 C607 C610 U500 C613 C608 R603 C622 R604 C629 C217 C422 R216 R207 C514 TP_AIT_CS R522

TA409 C412

C301 C302 C303 C211 C310 C311 C309 C312 C321 C328 C319 C314 C313 C210 C316 C209 R417 C315 R200 C320 C206 C207 C208 R229 C215 R221 C337 C223 R205 C216 C307 C224 R206 OSC300 R225

C305 C204 R425 R426

R204 R224 C214 C331 TP_VCCD_1.2A VR400 R404 L400 R405 L401 VR401 10-9

U301 U401 U302 UME200

T_CLK_OUT

UCP200 UCD300

ZD202 Q301 Q300 R310 R516 R517 C515 C516 C203 C205 R230 C213 C202 R209 R202 R212 R208 R210 C636 C626 R211 R602 C638 R214 R600 C639

U501 R510 R213

C628 C637 C332 C635 C627 C201 C618 C212 C403 C402 L601 L504 C200 C423 C518 R523 ZD200 C417 C517 VR504 R319 VR512 R217 R314 R311 ZD201

U400 R201 R203 U200

VR502 R508 VR506 R505 R506 VR501 VR507 VR505 R509 R504 R223 L501 L503 C221 R507 R300 C407 C405 R218 C222 C326 C512 C308 R401 C304 C325 VR503 C330 C323 C631 C404 R427 C318 C401 C322 C317 C400 C324 R400 R406 R415 C406 R403 R402 L300 VR510 VR511 L500 R413 C335 C413

C327

C306

C300 I FC500 R412 C410 C420 R418

C408 C411 C421 C416 TA419 R410 R409 R414 R419 R416,

Flow Chart of Troubleshooting

R404 L400 MIC+ L401 MIC400 R405 MIC- R409 R410 VR400 VR401 VAMICREF C403 C402 C408 TA409 MIC1_IN_P MIC+ R412 C410 C411 MIC1_IN_N MIC- R414 R416 R417 C416 VAMICREF MIC2_IN_P EAR_MIC+ TA419 R418 C420 C421 1000nF MIC2_IN_N EAR_MIC- R419 C412 HI_MONO_OUT_P HI_MONO_OUT_N C413 V_BATT V_BATT C417 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 C418 LHP3D2 LHP3D1 18 R413 LO_MONO1_OUT_N EAR_OUT_COM 2 MONO- 17VOC SPK_N 3 16 VDD U400 VDD GND MONO+ 15 SPK_P EAR_OUT_R 5 ROUT I2CSPI_SEL 14 R415 LO_MONO1_OUT_P VCCD_2.9V VCCD_2.9V 6 13 EAR_OUT_L LOUT ID_ENB VCCD_2.9V78910 11 12 I2C_CLK_LM I2C_DAT_LM C422 RADIO_L RADIO_R 10-10

NC NC

I2CSPI_VDD GND RHP3D2 RIN MONO_IN+ LIN MONO_IN- SDA CBYPASS SCL GND GND RHP3D1 ZD400 ZD401,

Flow Chart of Troubleshooting ANT GSM_RX GSM_TX DCS/PCS_RX DCS/PCS_TX FM_RADIO SPK MAIN MIC EAR SPK EAR MIC SIM POWER ON CLK

V_BATT VCCD_2.9V VCCA_2.9V VCCD_1.8V C300 GND_SW V_BATT C301 C302 C303 C304 DCDC_OUT C305 C307 C306 GND_SW VRF_2.9V ICHRG P1 JIG_ON_IF TH300 CNTL_DAT_CSP CNTL_DAT_CSPN9 A4 CNTL_EN_CSP CNTL_EN_CSPNTCCM10054BH103HC ADC_AUX1 B4 N4 B3 ADC_AUX2 SCAN K7 R300 ADC_AUX3 SCANTSTICHRG A2 ADC_AUX4 SCUSTB P3 SCUSTB B1 M10 R301 ADC_AUX5 CSN_PSC CSN_PSC VCCD_1.8V VCCA_2.9V VRF_2.9VC1 P10 33K,1% C308 ADC_AUX6 SCLK_PSC SCLK_PSCR302 C2 R10ADC_AUX7 SDI_PSC SDI_PSC D1 ADC_AUX8 SDO_PSC M9 SDO_PSC VCCD_2.9V VCCD_1.2A VBT_1.8V TA_USB_SEL D2 ADC_AUX9 VAMICREF K13 VAMICREF M3 K10 AOCTL0 VAMICRTN M2 AOCTL1 VAREF K12 L3 J11 L2 AOCTL2 VAREFRTN L14 C309 AOCTL3 VAVCM F13 R12 VAVCMLSH K11 LO_MONO1_OUT_N LO_MONO1_OUT_N VAVCMRTN P11 C310 LO_MONO1_OUT_P N15 LO_MONO1_OUT_P A6 LO_MONO2_OUT_N VLDO_1 L13 D6 LO_MONO2_OUT_P VLDO_2 E14 VLDO_AUD K15 AUX_IN_L VLDO_AUX1 F12 K14 D14 AUX_IN_R VLDO_AUX2 VLDO_COREA C15 R14 B15 HI_MONO_OUT_P HI-MONO_OUT_P UCD300 VLDO_COREA_S VLDO_COREA_S HI_MONO_OUT_N R13 HI_MONO_OUT_N VLDO_COREB C12 D13 VLDO_COREC KEY_BL1 D7 LED1_DRV C7 E3 LED2_DRV VRFLDO_1 D9 LED3_DRV VRFLDO_2 F3 J5 G4 RAREF1 X1RTC H6 G3 J6 RAREF2 X2RTC C311 C312 RAREF3 N5 OSC300 C313 G13 UP_CLK L6 SIM1_CLK MIC1_IN_N MIC1_IN_N UP_IO SIM1_DAT C314 C315 C316 C321 C317 C318 C319 C320 C337 J13 M6 MIC1_IN_P G12 MIC1_IN_P UP_RST SIM1_RSTC322 C323 C324 MIC2_IN_N MIC2_IN_N12MIC2_IN_P G11 MIC2_IN_P VIB_DRV E9 VMOT C326 C325 F14 L7 MIC_B_D VIB_RNG_EN VIB_RING_EN 3 L10 R4 PSW1_BUF PSW1_BUF RESETN FLASH_RST PWR_KEEP P6 PWR_KEEP RESET_O P5 RST E5 JIG_ON PWR_SW2 PWR_ON C4 PWR_SW1N AFC G5 AFC H5 F1 VAPC TXP CREF TXPSTB L5N2 TXPSTB VREF F2 F5 RTX_DAT RXTXDATA VRTC R2 C10 RTX_EN RXTXEN USB_CHRG N7 R309 AINT AINT J4 B13 L300 RTX_I_N J3 RXTXIN LX B11 DCDC_OUT RTX_I_P K3 RXTXIP BATKELV L9 V_BATT 1 RTX_Q_N RXTXQN DINT DINT RTX_Q_P K4 RXTXQP FBSW B12 GND_SW HV_CHRG D10 B6 E8 SIM_CLK SIM_CLK RING_DRV C327 C329 BAT300 C328 SIM_IO E6 SIM_IO RTC_CLK R3 RTC_CLK B5 N6 2 SIM_RST SIM_RST SYSCLK 26MHZ_ABB VSIM C5 VSIM SYSCLKEN R6 CLK_REQ C330 GND_SW 10-11 K1 N11 GNDB F4 GNDD E10 GNDQ F6 GNDS F7 GNDS F8 GNDS F9 GNDS F10 GNDS F11 GNDS G6 GNDS G7 GNDS VA CC C9 G8 GNDS VEXT A12 G9 GNDS VB AT B10 G10 GNDS VBA T12 C6 H7 GNDS VBA TA UD E13 E11 H8 GNDS VB ATAUX H9 GNDS VBATRF E2 H10 GNDS VBA TSW A14 GNDS VDD M7J7 GNDS VDD N1J8 J9 GNDS VDD N12 J10 GNDS VDD1A C14 D15 N14 GNDS VDD1BC M15 GNDSPK R VDDB K2 M1 GNDV VDDD N10 A10 GND_AOCTL VDDSPKR E7 GND_HCUR VDDV L11 A3 GND_HCUR VDD_AOCTL K5 GND_PSC VDD_IO L8C11 F15 GND_PSC VDD_IO A13 GND_PSC K6 GND_SW K8 VSS K9 VSSVSS 2 NC D3 NC H11 NC J12 NC M13 NC M14 NC P12 NC P13 NCNC TP_VCCD_1.2A,

Flow Chart of Troubleshooting

< LCD PCB Part > 10-12 SSSSPPPPK11 AA KK

K

SSSSPPPPKKKK_PP 11 AA

PP

2222 CCCCSSSSPPPPKKKK_NNNN GGGGNNNNDDDD GGGGNNNNDDDD,

Flow Chart of Troubleshooting

10-2.RF 10-2-1. EGSM RX NORMAL CONDITION NO CHECK soldered catch the channel? ANT contact,C130,L101,C100,R100

YES

NO CONTINUOUS RX ON PAM100 CHECK PAM100,RFS100 RF INPUT : 62CH pin12 ≥ -65dBm ? resolder or change AMP : -50dBm

YES NO

PAM100 CHECK PAM100 pin17 ≥ -65dBm ? resolder or change

YES NO

F100 CHECK F100 pin6 ≥ -65dBm ? resolder or change

YES NO

RFT100 CHECK RFT100 pin29,30 ≥ -65dBm ? resolder or change

YES NO

RFT100 UCD300 pinF3, C311,C312 pin 17 : 2.9V ? change or resolder

YES

RFT100 CHECK NO pin 19,20 OSC101 freq :26MHz ? change or resolder Vp-p : 380mV?

YES

RFT100 NO pin 2,3,22,23 Vp-p RFT100 : 120mV ? resolder or change

YES

NO GSM RX path component GSM Receiver is O.K? resolder or change

YES

END 10-13,

Flow Chart of Troubleshooting

10-2-2. DCS RX NORMAL CONDITION NO CHECK soldered catch the channel? ANT contact,C130,L101,C100,R100

YES

CONTINUOUS RX ON

NO

PAM100 CHECK PAM100,RFS100 RF INPUT : 698CH pin13 ≥ -65dBm ? resolder or change AMP : -50dBm

YES NO

PAM100 CHECK PAM100 pin17 ≥ -65dBm ? resolder or change

YES NO

F100 CHECK F100 pin3 ≥ -65dBm ? resolder or change

YES NO

RFT100 CHECK RFT100 pin27,28 ≥ -65dBm ? resolder or change

YES NO

RFT100 UCD300 pinF3, C311,C312 pin 17 : 2.8V ? change or resolder

YES

RFT100 CHECK OSC100 pin 19,20 : NO change or resolder 26MHz ? Vp-p : 380mV?

YES

RFT100 pin NO 2,3,22,23 Vp-p RFT100 : 120mV ? resolder or change

YES

NO GSM RX path component DCS Receiver is O.K? resolder or change

YES END

10-14,

Flow Chart of Troubleshooting

10-2-3. EGSM TX CONTINOUS TX ON CONDITION TX POWER DAC: 600 CODE APPLIED CH : 62 PAM100 pin17 : NO PAM100 NO UCD300 RBW : 100KHz about 2~3 dBm? pin4 : 2.8 V? check & change VBW : 100KHzSPAN : 10MHz REF LEV. : 10dBm ATT. : 20dB

YES YES

RFS100,C130, L101,C100,R100 check&change PAM100 NO BATTERY ,UCD300 pin30 : 3.7 V? check & change

YES

PAM100 NO R102 pin 3 : 1.2V ? Check

YES

NO PAM100 pin17 about : -5dBm ?

YES

PAM100 NO pin 4 : 2.8V?

YES

PAM100 UCP200 change or resolder check NO RFT100 pin17 : 2.9V ?

YES

RFT100 UCD300 pin19,20 : 26MHz NO OSC100 pinF3,C311,C312 ? change or resolder change oresolder Vp-p : 380mV?

YES

NO RFT100 pin2,3,22,23 :100mV?

YES

UCD300 change or resolder RFT100 change or resolder 10-15,

Flow Chart of Troubleshooting

10-2-4. DCS TX CONTINUOUS TX ON CONDITION CH : 698CH(DCS) TX POWER CODE: 520 CODE Aplied

RBW

PAM : 100 KHz 100 pin111 : NO PAM100 NO UCD300 VBW : 100KHz about 2~3 dBm? pin4 : 2.8 V? check & change SPAN : 10MHz REF LEV. : 10dBm ATT. : 20dB

YES YES

RFS100,C130, L101,C100,R100 check&change PAM100 NO pin30 : 3.7 V? BATTERY ,UCD300 check & change

YES

PAM100 NO R100 pin 3 : 1.2V ? Check

YES

NO PAM100 pin17 about : -5dBm ?

YES

PAM100 NO pin 4 : 2.8V?

YES

PAM100 UCP200 change or resolder check NO RFT100 pin17 : 2.9V ?

YES

RFT100 UCD300 pin19,20 : 26MHz NO OSC100 pinF3,C311,C312 ? change or resolder change or resolder Vp-p : 380mV?

YES

NO RFT100 pin2,3,22,23 :100mV?

YES

UCD300 change or resolder RFT100 change or resolder 10-16,

Flow Chart of Troubleshooting TA409 C412

C301 C302 C303 C211 C310 C311 C309 C312 C321 C328 C319 C314 C313 C210 C316 C209 R417 C315 R200 C320 C206 C207 C208 C215 C337 R205 C307 OSC300 R225

C305

R204 R224 C214 C331

OSC100 C123 R105 TH300

R110 C116 R301

NC L104 C124 C117

R302 C136 C134 R114 R113 C125 C139 R22 7 R226 R228 C128 C129 C149 C138 C150 R123 C133 C137 C140 C113 C151 L109 C106 C104 C107 L111 C131 C108

G105 C156

C112 C154 R116 L108 C101 L102 C130 10-17

U100 RFT100

F102

OSC101 UCD300

R314 R311 R201 R203

C105 BAT300 U200 C110

C109 R102 C111 PAM100 C114 R223 C102 C221 R300 C222 C326 C308 C304 C325 C330 F100 L100 C323 C631 C318 R100 C100 L101 C322 C317 C220 C324 RFS100 C122 R415 L300 R111 C127 R120 R413 C143 R112 C144 C413 C142

C327 R122

L110 C306 R115 L105 R117C300 C135 R412 C410 C420 R418

TA419 C148 C141

C408 C411 C421 C416

ANT3

R410 R409 R414 R419 R416,

Flow Chart of Troubleshooting ANT

RFS100 GSM_RX

GSM_TX DCS/PCS_RX

V_BATT DCS/PCS_TX C100 R100 FM_RADIO ANT_F C130 SPK

MAIN MIC

ANT_GND L101 L102 C101 EAR SPK L100 C102 EAR MIC

SIM

C104 C105 POWER ON

CLK PAM100

R10225VMOD_EN 3 VLOGIC BS1 6 BAND_SEL1 F100 VAPC 4 VRAMP BS2 BAND_SEL2 TX_EN TX_EN RX1 11 C106 8 10 27 12 GSM850_IN GSM850_OUT1 GSM850_LNA_IN_P GSM_PAM_IN 29 GSM_IN RX2 13 GSM850_OUT2 RX3 GSM850_LNA_IN_NDPCS_PAM_IN DCS|PCS_IN RX4 14 C107 6 EGSM_IN EGSM_OUT1 12 GSM_LNA_IN_P EGSM_OUT2 11 GSM_LNA_IN_N C108 3 DCS_IN DCS_OUT1 14 DCS_LNA_IN_P DCS_OUT2 13 DCS_LNA_IN_N C109 C110 C111 C112 1 PCS_IN PCS_OUT1 16 PCS_LNA_IN_P C113 C114 PCS_OUT2 15 PCS_LNA_IN_N VRF_2.9V CUT FILL AREA R105 OSC1014312C117 C116 L104 26MHZ_DBB RTX_Q_N C127 R110 26M_BT AFC RTX_Q_P C123 C124 VCCD_2.9V C125 RF GND V_BATT RX1900B PCS_LNA_IN_P VLDO2 RX1900 PCS_LNA_IN_N C128 VLDO1 RX1800B C129 DCS_LNA_IN_P VBAT RFT100 RX1800 DCS_LNA_IN_N

VDD

RX900B GSM_LNA_IN_P VCC_TXVCO C131 RX900R123 51 GSM_LNA_IN_N DPCS_PAM_IN TXOP_HI RX850B C133 47PF GSM850_LNA_IN_P GSM_PAM_IN 50V TXOP_LO R116 82 RX850 GSM850_LNA_IN_N VLDO3 C156 GND L108 C137 C138 C139 C136 RF GND SBLE SBCK C140

SBDT

RTX_I_N RTX_I_P 10-18 C154 L1114G3G2A1C910 11 12 13 14 15 167G8GNC VCC_REFG817 910G7SEN VAFC 18 15

G G

6 SCLK REFINB

G

19 18 G SDATA REFIN 19 G ANT 5 20 20 G VCC_BBI REF_OP 21 4 21 22

G

23 G 30 IB QB VBATT 3 22 24

G

25GIQ223 26

G G

VCC_FE 1 VCC_BBQ 24 31 G 32 G 35 NC G 34 NC 34 G 35 G 33 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 36 GG C122 R111 2 GND 4 GND 5 GND 7 GND 17 GND 18 GND 19 GND 20 GND 21 NC 22 NC 23 NC, 11. Reference data 11-1. Reference Abbreviate AAC: Advanced Audio Coding. AVC : Advanced Video Coding. BER : Bit Error Rate BPSK: Binary Phase Shift Keying CA : Conditional Access CDM : Code Division Multiplexing C/I : Carrier to Interference DMB : Digital Multimedia Broadcasting EN : European Standard ES : Elementary Stream ETSI: European Telecommunications Standards Institute MPEG: Moving Picture Experts Group PN : Pseudo-random Noise PS : Pilot Symbol QPSK: Quadrature Phase Shift Keying RS : Reed-Solomon SI : Service Information TDM : Time Division Multiplexing TS : Transport Stream 11-1]
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