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GSM TELEPHONE SGH-U600 GSM TELEPHONE CONTENTS 1. Specification 2. Exploded View and Parts list 3. Chart of Troubleshooting 4. Array course control 5. Block Diagrams 6. PCB Diagrams 7. MAIN Electrical Parts List 8. Reference data 9. Safety Precautions 10. Product Function Contents 1. Specification 1-1. GSM/CDMA General Specification ...1-1 1-2. GSM TX power class ...1-2 2. Exploded View and Parts list 2-1. Cellular phone Exploded View ...2-1 2-2. Cellular phone Parts list ...2-2 2-3. Disassembly ...2-4 2-4. Assembly ...2-8 3. Chart of Troubleshooting 3-1. Baseband ...3-1 3-1-1. Power ON ...3-1 ...
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GSM TELEPHONE SGH-U600

GSM TELEPHONE CONTENTS 1. Specification 2. Exploded View and Parts list 3. Chart of Troubleshooting 4. Array course control 5. Block Diagrams 6. PCB Diagrams 7. MAIN Electrical Parts List 8. Reference data 9. Safety Precautions 10. Product Function, Contents 1. Specification 1-1. GSM/CDMA General Specification ...1-1 1-2. GSM TX power class ...1-2 2. Exploded View and Parts list 2-1. Cellular phone Exploded View ...2-1 2-2. Cellular phone Parts list ...2-2 2-3. Disassembly ...2-4 2-4. Assembly ...2-8 3. Chart of Troubleshooting 3-1. Baseband ...3-1 3-1-1. Power ON ...3-1 3-1-2. System Initial ...3-6 3-1-3. SIM Part ...3-8 3-1-4. Charging Part ...3-10 3-1-5. Microphone Part ...3-13 3-1-6. Speaker Part ...3-16 3-1-7. Receiver Part ...3-20 3-1-8. Camera Part ...3-22 1) 2Mega Camera ...3-22 2) VGA Camera ...3-23 3-1-9. LCD ...3-26 3-2. RF ...3-13 3-2-1. EGSM Receiver ...3-30 3-2-2. EGSM Transmitter ...3-31 3-2-3. DCS Receiver ...3-32 3-2-4. DCS Transmitter ...3-33 3-2-5. PCS Receiver ...3-34 3-2-6. PCS Transmitter ...3-35 3-2-7. UMTS Receiver ...3-40 3-2-8. UMTS Transmitter ...3-41 3-2-9. BLUETOOTH ...3-45, Contents 4. Array course control 4-1. Downloading Binary Files ...4-2 4-2. Pre-requsite for Downloading ...4-2 4-3. S/W Downloader Program ...4-3 5. Block Diagrams 6. PCB Diagrams 7. MAIN Electrical Parts List 8. Reference data 8-1. Reference Abbreviate ...8-1 9. Safety Precautions 9-1. Repair Precaution ...9-1 9-2. ESD(Electrostaically Sensitive Devices) Precaution ...9-2 10. Product Function, 1. Specification 1-1. 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 - 1-1, Specification 1-2. 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 1-2, 2. Exploded View and Parts List 2-1. Cellular phone Exploded View QFU01 QSP01 QCA01 QMI03 QLC01 QFR01 QVO02 QPC01 QCR68 QMP01 QFL01 QAN02 QHI01 QAN06 QCR04 QCR58 QAN07 QCK01 QSD01 QCR12 QRE01 QVO01 QRF03 QRF01 QBA01 QBA00 2-1, Exploded View and Parts List 2-2. Cellular phone Parts list Design LOC Discirption SEC CODE QAN02 INTENNA-SGHU600 GH42-01133A QAN06 ASSY COVER-INTENNA GH98-04083A QAN07 PMO-INTENNA DUMMY GH72-36571A QBA00 ASSY COVER-BATTERY GH98-04770A QBA01 INNER BATTERY PACK-690MAH,BLK, GH43-02834A QCA01 UNIT-SGHU600 CAMERA GH59-04163A QCR04 SCREW-MACHINE 6001-001479 QCR12 SCREW-MACHINE 6001-001530 QCR58 SCREW-MACHINE 6001-001870 QCR68 SCREW-MACHINE 6001-002067 QFU01 ASSY COVER-SLIDE UPPER GH98-03317A QLC01 LCD-MODULE SGHU600 GH07-01087A QMP01 PBA MAIN-SGHU600 GH92-03347A QPC01 MEA-SLIDE FPCB KIT GH97-07452A QRF01 PMO-COVER RF GH72-36573A QSP01 UNIT-SGHU600 SPEAKER MODULE GH59-04046A QFR01 ASSY CASE-FRONT PLATE GH98-04811A QMI03 RMO-RUBBER MIC HOLDER GH73-08776A QFL01 ASSY COVER-SLIDE LOWER GH98-04051A QHI01 ASSY HINGE-SLIDE GH98-03319A QVO02 PMO-POWER KEY GH72-38555A QRE01 ASSY CASE-REAR GH98-04052A QCK01 PMO-KEY CAMERA GH72-37516A QRF03 PMO-COVER EAR/IF GH72-36576A QSD01 PMO-COVER MICRO SD GH72-36575A QVO01 PMO-VOLUME KEY GH72-37517A 2-2, Exploded View and Parts List Discirption SEC CODE BAG PE 6902-000297 CBF INTERFACE-DLC,X830,BLK,PCB GH39-00720A ADAPTOR-SGHE690,BLK,EU,A_TYPE GH44-01361A S/W CD-SGHU600 PC STUDIO 3.1 GH46-00384A UNIT-SGHU600,HEADSET,BLK,A TYP GH59-04446A LABEL(R)-WATER SOAK GH68-09361A LABEL(P)-OPEN MP3 GH68-11246A LABEL(R)-MAIN(FRANCE) GH68-14054F MANUAL USERS-EU FRENCH GH68-14139A BOX(P)-UNIT MAIN(EU) GH69-05115A CUSHION-CASE TA2 MA2 GH69-05116A RMO-RUBBER TACT SWITCH GH73-09461A MPR-TAPE PBA A GH74-16066A MPR-VINYL BOHO MAIN WINDOW GH74-30725A MPR-INSU TAPE LCD PCB GH74-30734A MPR-TAPE 3X4 KEY IN GH74-30763A MPR-TAPE C2C IN GH74-30764A MPR-INSU TAPE GH74-30765A MPR-GASK TAPE GH74-30766A MPR-VINYL BOHO KEY SUB GH74-30847A MPR-VINYL BOHO MAIN WINDOW 2 GH74-31274A MPR-INSU TAPE SPK MODULE GH74-31527A MPR-ELEC TAPE GH74-31528A MPR-TAPE BATTERY ROOM GH74-31712A MPR-ELEC TAPE GH74-31714A MPR-INSU TAPE GH74-31884A MPR-ELEC TAPE CON TO CON B GH74-32141A AS-LCD WINDOW TAPE GH81-06188A 2-3, Exploded View and Parts List 2-3. Disassembly121) Open the RF COVER from the REAR case 1) Open the intenna cover dummy341) Take off IMEI lable 1) UNSCREW the 5 POINTS 2-4, Exploded View and Parts List561) Take off the REAR case 1) Unscrew the 2 POINTS from the intenna cover 2) Separate the Intenna cover from the PBA781) Separate the PBA with taking off the slide 1) Remove the number key tape 2) Open the actuator and take out the FPCB FPCB on the other side 2-5, Exploded View and Parts List 9 10 1) Unscrew the 6 POINTS 2) Saparate Front cover from the slide upper ass'y 1) UNSCREW the 2 POINTS 11 12 1) Remove the Black shield tape on the 1) Open the Slide lower cover with lifting the case components 2-6, Exploded View and Parts List 2-4. Assembly121) Put the slide lower cover with checking the lockers and LCD FPCB 1) Put the black insulated tape on the components 2) Push the cover following an arrow341) Put the front cover on the slide ass'y 2) Check the slide FPCB is right 1) SCREW the 2 POINTS 3) SCREW the 6 POINTS 2-7, Exploded View and Parts List561) Let the slide FPCB in the main board socket 1) PUT the PBA on the cover - The connector must be firmly pressed - check the Front Damper781) Put the intenna cover 1) Insert the numeric key FPCB - Handle with case, the intenna could be 2) Put the insulate tape on the connector. damaged 2-8, Exploded View and Parts List 9 10 1) Combine the REAR cover with checking the locker 2) Press the connector to lock the cover 1) SCREW the 5 POINTS 11 12 1) SCREW the 2 POINTS 1) Set the IMEI lable 2-9, Exploded View and Parts List 13 14 1) Combine the REAR cover with checking the locker 2) Press the connector to lock the cover 1) SCREW the 5 POINTS 2-10, 3. Flow Chart of Troubleshooting 3-1 BASEBAND 3-1-1. Power ON 'Power On' does not work Yes Check the current No consumption more Download again than 100mA Yes Check the VBAT No more than 3.3V Charge the Battery Yes ① Check the VLDO7_1.8V No of UCP300 is more Check UCP300 and C314 than 1.8V Yes ② Check U201 pin 1 = 1.8V No pin 4 = 1.6V Check U201 pin 7,9 = 1.5V Yes ③ Check VRF of No Check UCP300 UCP300=2.9V and C315 Yes ④ Check C131 No Freq = 13MHz Check the clock C131 Vp-p > 0.8V Yes Check the initial operation Yes

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3-1, Flow Chart of Troubleshooting 3-2, Flow Chart of Troubleshooting

VBAT HP_CORE_1.6V VCCD_1.8V

R214 D200U201 L200 1 ADJ2 SW2 10 2 MODE|DATA EN293VLDO1_1.5VVIN GND84FB1 EN1 76 L2015 DEF_1 SW1 C210 C211 C212 C213 3-3 GND2,

Flow Chart of Troubleshooting

3-4

VRF_2.9V VCCA_2.9V VCCD_1.8V VCCD_2.9V VBAT

C301 C304 C302 C303

EAR_CHECK DSP_DB(0:15) C307

VDD34 C11 VDD12 J13 DSP_DB(15) D2 DB15 UP_CLK N9 DSP_DB(14) D3 DB14 R10 SIMCLKUP_RST DSP_DB(13) E3 SIMRSTDB13 UP_IO P10 VRTC_1.5V DSP_DB(12) E2 DB12 SIMDATASIM_IO J11 DSP_DB(11) F3 SIM_IODB11 SIM_RST K11 DSP_DB(10) F2 K14 SIM_RSTDB10 SIM_CLK DSP_DB(9) F1 9 SIM_CLKDB DSP_DB(8) F4 DB8 VSIM K12 DSP_DB(7) G4 VSIMDB7 VRTC H11 DSP_DB(6)

DSP_AB(0:8) G3 DB6 LED2_DRV G12 VCCB_2.9V R305DSP_DB(5) H5 DB5 LED1_DRV G13 VCCD_1.8V_PSC VCCA_2.9V VRF_2.9V VCCD_2.9V VLDO1_1.5V

DSP_DB(4) J6 DB4 RING_DRV F13 DSP_DB(3) J5 DB3 VIB_DRV F15 KEY_BL_MAIN DSP_DB(2) K3 DB2 VLDO_7 C12 DSP_DB(1) K2 DB1 VLDO_6 A14 DSP_DB(0) K1 DB0 VL5S_B C9 C311 DSP_AB(8) K5 AB8 VL5S_A D10 C310 DSP_AB(7) K7 AB7 VLDO_5 B10 DSP_AB(6) M1 AB6 VL4S_B B11 DSP_AB(5) M2 AB5 UCP300 VL4S_A A12

DCS_TX_EN

DSP_AB(4) N2 AB4 GSM_TX_ENVLDO_4 B12 DSP_AB(3) N1 AB3 A13 C312VLDO_3 DSP_AB(2) L5 AB2 VLDO_2 J12 DSP_AB(1) P1 AB1 VLDO_1 G11 DSP_AB(0) K6 AB0 VACC F14 BAT300

DSP_IO L3 I|OL2 DSP_RWN RWN CSN_PSC K8 VBAT FLASH_RESET R3 RESETN_CSP UP_CS

SCLK_PSC L8 UP_SCLK C314 C313N7 C315 C316 C317 C318SDO_PSC E6 OCTL0 M7 UP_SDOSDI_PSC C5 UP_SDI

BAND_SEL OCTL1 MOD_SEL F5 OCTL2 VEXT E14E5 TX_EN OCTL3 VBAT E13 XOENA A4 OCTL4 CH_BDRV E11 VCCB_2.9VG6 SX_EN OCTL5 CH_ISEN F12B3 PAC_EN OCTL6 CH_RES D14A3 ICHRG RX_EN OCTL7 VR301

ADC_AUX2 D15 B1 SERLE1 ADC_AUX1 E10 A2 CF

SERLE SERLE2 VREF A10 SERDAT C1 SERDA CREF E9C2 R306 SERCLK SERCK RTC_ALMN H10 RTCALARM C321 R307 C319

C320 R308

INTRQ PWR_KEEP RST VBAT

C322 C323 D9

AFC AFC NC6 2E7 VAPC TXP NC5 1

GNDS17 K10 B5 RAREF2 GNDS16 J10 B6 RAREF1 GNDS15 J9 D7

RTXIP RXTXIP GNDS14 J8 RTXIN D6 RXTXIN GNDS13 J7C7 RTXQP RXTXQP GNDS12 H9 RTXQN C6 RXTXQN GNDS11 H8

GNDS10 H7

AOUTAP P11 AOUTAP GNDS9 H6N12 AOUTAN AOUTAN GNDS8 G10 AOUTBP R12 AOUTBP GNDS7 G9P12 AOUTBN AOUTBN GNDS6 G8 MICINP N14 MICINP GNDS5 G7M14 MICINN MICINN GNDS4 F10 MICOUTP N15 MICOUTP GNDS3 F9P15 MICOUTN MICOUTN GNDS2 F8M15 AUXINP AUXINP GNDS1 F7 AUXINN L14 AUXINN AUX_ADC3 D13K13 AUXOUTP AUXOUTP AUXOUTN L13 AUXOUTN GND_OCTL B4R13 VXVCM VDD_OCTL C4

M13 VREGP GNDV P13 R14 VREGN VDDV L11 R4 DAICK GNDB F6 P4 DAIRN VDDB A6 L6 DAIDI GNDD M10 M6 DAIDO VDDD N11 VSS4 P6 N4

CLK32K RTC_CLK VSS3 R2 XOENAQ D1 XOENAQ VSS2 K4R6 CLK13M_MC MC VSS1 G5P5 ADC_AUX4 VDD_IO2 J4 DSP_INT DINTR VDD_IO1 N5

VDD3 N6

JIG_ON C14 PWR_SW2 VDD2 M3C15 PWR_ON PWR_SW1N VDD1 J3 PSW1_BUF L7 PSW1_BUF GND_HCUR F11K9 RESET_O GND_PSC2 K15

N10 MODE GND_PSC1 B15 M9 PWR_KEEP GNDQ E8 L10 INTRQ VDD67 B13 L9 VIB_RNG_EN VDD5 C10 NEG POS 2 1, Flow Chart of Troubleshooting 9-2-2. Initial Initial Failure Yes ① Check VCCD, VCCD_1.8V of UCP300 No "High" when the phone Check UCP300 is boot on` Yes ② Check No the HP_CORE_1.6V of Check U201 U201 is "High" Yes ③ No LCD display is O.K? Check HDC500 and LCD part Yes No Sound is O.K? Check audio part Yes

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3-5,

Flow Chart of Troubleshooting

VMOT_3.3V VCAM_2.8V VCCD_2.9V 3.1V_TOUCH VBAT VCCD_2.9V VCAM_1.8V HDC5001122TOUCH_RST3344TOUCH_IRQ SCL_TOUCH_M55667 8 SDA_TOUCH_M789PWR_ONLCD_ADS_O 9 10 10 MLCD_CS_O LCD_WEN_O 11 11 12 12 LCD_DO(0) 13 13 14 14 LCD_DO(1) LCD_DO(2) 15 15 16 16 LCD_DO(3) LCD_DO(4) 17 17 18 18 LCD_DO(5) LCD_DO(6) 19 19 20 20 LCD_DO(7) LCD_DO(8) 21 21 22 22 LCD_DO(9) LCD_DO(10) 23 23 24 24 LCD_DO(11) LCD_DO(12) 25 25 26 26 LCD_DO(13) LCD_DO(14) 27 27 28 28 LCD_DO(15) MLCD_BL_EN 29 29 30 30 LCD_FLM 31 31 32 32 33 33 34 34 VCA_3.3V 35 35 36 36 FLASH_EN CAM_D(0) 37 37 38 38 CAM_D(1) CAM_D(2) 39 39 40 40 CAM_D(3) CAM_D(4) 41 41 42 42 CAM_D(5) CAM_D(6) 43 43 44 44 CAM_D(7) CAM_VSYNC 45 45 46 46 R533 M_CLK CAM_HSYNC 47 48 R53447 48 P_CLK C_SCL 49 49 50 50 C_SDA CAM_RST 51 51 52 52 VCAM_EN 53 53 54 54 55 R53555 56 56 LCD_READ 57 57 58 58 SPK_N_CON SPK_P_CON 59 59 60 60 3-6 V500 V501 61 NC 62 NC 63 NC 64 NC V502,

Flow Chart of Troubleshooting

3-1-3. Sim Part Phone can't access SIM card ① Check the pin 1 of NO Check the circuit related to SIM300 UCP300 Voltage = 3V

YES

Check the SIM ② connector's (SIM300) NO resolder or change connector's to SIM SIM300 card YES ③ Check the circuit around SIM300 NO Check the related circuit of input circuitry SIM300 YES ④ Check the circuit around UCP300 output NO Check the related circuit of and voltage supply circuitry UCP300

YES END

3-7, Flow Chart of Troubleshooting

SIM300 VSIM1166 SIM_RST2255 SIM_CLK3344SIM_IO

7 7 12 128811 119910 10GGGGC330 C331 C332 C333 16 15 14 13 C334 3-8, Flow Chart of Troubleshooting 3-1-4. Charging Part Abnormal charging part Yes ① Battery Contact at No BTC500? Battery Check BTC500 Yes ② Charger input of No Check the IFC500 IFC500 ? Yes

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3-9,

Flow Chart of Troubleshooting

VCCD_1.8V R524 6R525 7 JIG_ON_IF_B VBAT253SDS_RXD_B4 ZD500 IFC500 R_ANT 1 12 EAR_MICP33EAR_MICN44EAR_R 5 56 6 EAR_L77EAR_SWITCH R52788JACK_IN R52899EAR_CHECK R529 10 10 T_OPT 11R530 11 SDS_RXD 12 1213 14 13 JIG_ON_IF R531 1516 15 USB_D+ 16 USB_D- 17 USB_5.0V L501 18 17 TA_VEXT 191620 7 21 NC NC 252522 NC 26NC 8 23 NC NC 2734ZD504 24 NC NC 28 ZD502 ZD503 TA502 L500 TA501 C520 C517 C518 C519

VBAT

1 1

CF 2 23 3

4 NC 5 NC 6 NC 7 NC

C508 C509 TA500 BTC500

3-10 ZD501,

Flow Chart of Troubleshooting

3-1-5. Microphone Part Microphone does not work Check the assembled status of NO Reassemblage microphone microphone.

YES

Check the reference voltage on mic path NO resolder or change R409=2.9V (R409, TA403,C431,R411)

YES

Is microphone ok? NO Check UCP300

YES END

3-11,

Flow Chart of Troubleshooting VAUDIO_3.1V TI_1.8V

C423 C424 C425 C426

VCCA_2.9V

J6 G1 TA401 R409 J7 RIGHT_LOP HPROUT F1 EAR_RRIGHT_LOM HPRCOM R455

SPK_P J4 D1

TA402 J5 LEFT_LOP HPLOUT E1 EAR_LSPK_N LEFT_LOM HPLCOM R456

CSP_MICP J2 MONO_LOP CSP_MICN J3 J8MONO_LOM GPIO2 J9

TA403 B2 GPIO1 C431 MICDET U408A2 MICBIAS DOUT F8 R411 YMU_EAR_R A1 E9

TI_SDIN

MIC3R DIN B3 TI_SDOUTYMU_EAR_L MIC3L

RADIO_R C442 E8SELECT RADIO_L A9 MFP3 SDA D8C443 A8 C8 SDA

MFP2 SCL

MIC+ B9 MFP1 /RESET H8 SCL

B8 G8 TI_RESET C448 C444 MFP0 MCLK F9 TI_MSCKWCLK B4 G9 TI_LRCK LINE2RP BCLK TI_BCK

MIC- C449 A3 LINE2RM

R414 AOUTBP A4 1 LINE2LP NC

AOUTBN B5 2LINE2LM NC MSPK+ B7 A7LINE1RP NC MSPK- B6 LINE1RMA6

A5 LINE1LP LINE1LM

MICINP CSP_MICP MICOUTP R317 C329 R318 C335 MICINN CSP_MICN MICOUTN R319 C336 R320 C337

3-12 D9 DVSS IOVDD C9 E2 B1 DRVSS VDDA1 F2 DRVSS VDDA1 C1 G2 H1 AVSS_DAC VDDA1 H2 AVSS_DAC DVDD H9 C2 J1 D2 AVSS_ADC AVDDA2 AVSS_ADC,

Flow Chart of Troubleshooting

3-1-6. Speaker Part Speaker does not work Is the terminal of NO check the specker connector Speaker OK? HDC500

YES

① Check the NO Change or resolder pin58,59of HDC500 HDC500 "HIGH"

YES

② Check the circuit NO around U409 Change or resolder around U409

YES

③ Check the voltage of NO Check UCP300 R420, R431 is high

YES

Is speaker OK? NO Change speaker

YES END

3-13,

Flow Chart of Troubleshooting VBAT SPK_N_CON SPK_N_OUT SPK_P_CON

109817R420 VCC NC AOUTAN

SPK_P_OUT 2 U409 6NO1 GND

R431 R432345AOUTAP

AMP_EN

C470 C471 C472 C473 3-14 COM1 NO2 IN1 COM2 IN2 NC1,

Flow Chart of Troubleshooting

3-1-7. LCD LCD does not Display First, Check the connection of HDC500 and LCD ① Have a some problem of YES Replace a connector (HDC500, connector (HDC500, J1) J1)

NO

NO

Backlight does work Check of U1(pin 19, 20) YES ③ check the data line from NO HDC500 Check U412

YES

try with the new LCD module and change 3-15,

Flow Chart of Troubleshooting VCCD_1.8V CORE_1.2V CORE_1.2V_O CORE_1.2V_PLL VCAM_2.8V VCCD_2.9V VDD_TV_2.8V USB_1.2V USB_3.3TV USB_3.3CV

C432 C427 C428 C433 C434 C435 C436 C437 C438 C430 C439 C440 C441

A(1) A14 M_SA0 SOUT0 C9B13 D8

M_SA1 XRTS0

D[0:15] A(2) C11 M_SA2 SIN0 B9

D(0) G11 A10 E14 M_SD0 XCTS0D(1) M_SD1 D(2) F13 A6M_SD2 N_D0 D(3) F12 B7M_SD3 N_D1 D(4) F11 C7 D(5) E13 M_SD4 N_D2 A7 M_SD5 N_D3 D(6) D14 A8 E12 M_SD6 N_D4D(7) B8M_SD7 N_D5 D(8) E11 M_SD8 N_D6 A9 D(9) C14 C8M_SD9 N_D7 D(10) D13 M_SD10 N_RE_N M6 D(11) D12 M8M_SD11 N_WE_N D(12) D11 M_SD12 N_ALE N8 D(13) C13 P8M_SD13 N_CLE D(14) B14 M_SD14 N_CS_N P6 D(15) C12 N6 B10 M_SD15 N_RDY VCCD_1.8VHERA_CS M_CS_N

A(18) B11 A1MS_CS_N TDI OSC400 CP_OEN

C10 A2 M_RD_N TRST C458

CP_WEN D9 A3

R418 A(8) A13 M_WR_N TMS A421M_ADS TCK

HERA_INT B12 B5A12 M_INTR RTCK D6

3 4 M_HOLD M_HOLD TDO

HERA_RST D10 M_RESET_N N13

SD_D0 USB_3.3CV H14 XIN SD_D1 N12 G14 M14 XOUT SD_D2 SD_D3 M13 VDD_TV_2.8V

CAM_D(0:7) CAM_D(0) D1 P13C_D0 SD_CLK R419

CAM_D(1) D2 N14 C459 C461 C_D1 SD_CMDCAM_D(2) D3 M12C_D2 SD_WP CAM_D(3) D4 C_D3 C460 CAM_D(4) D5 G2 CAM_D(5) E1 C_D4 T_VRO G1 C_D5 T_VREF C462 R457 CAM_D(6) E2 F2VCAM_2.8V

M_CLK CAM_D(7) E3

C_D6 U412 T_OUT GOLD_TV_OUT C_D7

CAM_HSYNC B4 L14C_HS USB_DP R430 USB_5.0V CAM_VSYNC C1 K14 USB_HERA+

C_VS USB_DM USB_HERA- C479 C480 CAM_RST B3 K11C5 C_RST USB_IDP_CLK K12C_PCLK USB_VBUS R427 R428 C2 K13 C3 C_MCLK USB_REXTC_SDA L13C_SDA USB_VBUS_DRV R429

C_SCL C4 C_SCKF1 B2

GPIOS_D15 STROBE TESTMODE J11

TI_MSCK N11 B1D_MSCK C_PWDN TI_BCK P11 D_BCK PWR_STRB A11 TI_LRCK M11 G12 PWR_STRB

D_LRCK G_INT

SCL M10 D_SCK MASTER0 F14 SDA N10P12 D_SDATI_SDOUT M5D_SDATAOUT GPIO1_D0 TI_SDIN L10 L8D_SDATAIN GPIO1_D1 TV_EN VCCD_1.8V LCD_D(0:15) P9GPIO1_D2

LCD_D(0) M2 N9

VCAM_EN

R434 R435 M1 L_DA0 GPIO1_D3 L9 USB_CHG_ONLCD_D(1) L_DA1 GPIO1_D4 L4 P10 USB_ENLCD_D(2) L3 L_DA2 GPIO1_D5LCD_D(3) N5 TOUCH_RSTL_DA3 GPIO1_D6 LCD_D(4) L2 P14

LCD_FLM

L1 L_DA4 GPIO1_D7LCD_D(5) CHG_OFFL_DA5 LCD_D(6) K4 L_DA6 NC A5 LCD_D(7) K3 B6L_DA7 NC LCD_D(8) K2 L_DA8 NC C6 R436 LCD_D(9) K1 D7L_DA9 NC LCD_D(10) J4 L_DA10 NC E4 LCD_D(11) J3 G13L_DA11 NC LCD_D(12) J2 L_DA12 NC L6 LCD_D(13) J1 L7L_DA13 NC LCD_D(14) H4 M7L_DA14 NC LCD_D(15) H3 N3 H2 L_DA15 NC N4 L_DA16 NC H1 N7 G4 L_DA17 NCMLCD_CS P1L_CS_N NCL5 P2 M3 LS_CS_N NCLCD_WEN P3L_WR_N NC

LCD_READ N2 P4G3 L_RD_N NCLCD_ADS P5L_ADS NCN1 L_PCLK NC P7

M4 1 GPIOL_D13 NC NC 2 3-16 F8 VDDi VDDi J7 G7 VDDc VDDc H7 H8 VDDc J13 VSSA33T VDDC0 E10 J12 G8 VSSA33T VDDpll J14 VSSA33C VDDs E5 G9 K5 F6 VSSpll VDDlcd F7 VSSQ VDDR J9 J8 F4 VSSQ VDDR L11 AVSStv VDDsd G6 K10 H6 VSS VDDac F3 VSS AVDDtv J6 M9 F9 VSS VDDg1 L12 VSS VDD12usb H9 VSS VDDA33T H11 H12 VDDA33T VDDA33C H13,

Flow Chart of Troubleshooting

3-1-8. Camera Camera does not work Check the connection of J2 and CAMERA Module Check camera FPCB NO Change camera module and and J2 check of J2

YES

Check the voltage NO pin 4 of U413 Change U413 (Pin 4 : 3.3V)

YES

Check pin C5, C2 of NO U412 Check of U412 (C5 :48MHz, C2 :24MHz)

YES END

3-17, Flow Chart of Troubleshooting

VCAM_EN VBAT U413 VCA_3.3V

3 VIN VOUT42GND NC51STBY

GND

C476 C477 C478 3-18,

Flow Chart of Troubleshooting

3-2. RF 3-2-1. GSM850 Receiver CONTINUOS RX ON RF INPUT : 190CH Cell power : -50dBm NORMAL CONDITION NO CHECK 1 catch the channel? C100

YES

F101 CHECK NO RFS100 2 pin6 ≥ -65dBm? resolder or change

YES

F101 CHECK 3NO F101 pin18,19 ≥ - resolder or change

YES

U100 CHECK NO L103, L104, C111 4 pin2,3 ≥ -65dBm? resolder or change

YES

the power source NO of U100 check battery contact

YES

U100 CHECK NO check OSC100 and 6 Pin15,17:13MHz change

YES NO

GSM Receiver is ok? GSM RX path component resolder or change

END

3-19,

Flow Chart of Troubleshooting

3-2-2. GSM900 Receiver CONTINUOS RX ON RF INPUT : 62CH Cell power : -50dBm NORMAL CONDITION NO CHECK 1 catch the channel? C100

YES

F101 CHECK NO RFS100 pin6 ≥ -65dBm? resolder or change

YES

F101 CHECK NO F101 pin17,18 ≥ - resolder or change 65dBm?

YES

U100 CHECK NO L105, L106, C115 pin4,5 ≥ -65dBm? resolder or change

YES

the power source NO of U100 check battery contact

YES

U100 CHECK NO check OSC100 and 6 Pin15,17:13MHz change

YES NO

GSM Receiver is ok? GSM RX path component resolder or change

END

3-20,

Flow Chart of Troubleshooting

3-2-3. DCS Receiver CONTINUOS RX ON RF INPUT : 698CH Cell power : -50dBm NORMAL CONDITION NO CHECK 1 catch the channel? C100

YES

F101 CHECK NO RFS100 pin6 ≥ -65dBm? resolder or change

YES

F101 CHECK NO F101 pin14,15 ≥ - resolder or change 65dBm?

YES

U100 CHECK NO L107, L108 pin6,7 ≥ -65dBm? resolder or change

YES

the power source NO of U100 check battery contact

YES

U100 CHECK NO check OSC100 and 6 Pin15,17:13MHz change

YES NO

GSM Receiver is ok? GSM RX path component resolder or change

END

3-21,

Flow Chart of Troubleshooting

3-2-4. PCS Receiver CONTINUOS RX ON RF INPUT : 698CH Cell power : -50dBm NORMAL CONDITION NO CHECK 1 catch the channel? C100

YES

F101 CHECK NO RFS100 pin6 ≥ -65dBm? resolder or change

YES

F101 CHECK NO F101 pin12,13 ≥ - resolder or change 65dBm?

YES

U100 CHECK NO L109, L110 pin8,9 ≥ -65dBm? resolder or change

YES

the power source NO of U100 check battery contact

YES

U100 CHECK NO check OSC100 and 6 Pin15,17:13MHz change

YES NO

GSM Receiver is ok? GSM RX path component resolder or change

END

3-22, Flow Chart of Troubleshooting 3-23,

Flow Chart of Troubleshooting

3-24

RFS100 KMS-512 ANT100 VBAT

R119 L102 0 3PF

ANT R100

C100 L100 ANT101 22pF 39nH L101 C101 18nH NC C103 C109 C104 L103 C106 C107 C102 C108 10UF 10nF 100PF 100nF 10nH 2.2UF 100nF 22pF 10V C111 L104 F101 0.75PF 10nHFEMGEDPBD5440EGG82850LNA_M TX_IM 28L105 3 27 RTXIN ANT 10nH 4 850LNA_P TX_IP 29 RTXIP900LNA_M TX_QM RTXQN21

GSM_TX_EN 6 VC1 850_RX 18

5 30 6 900LNA_P TX_QP GND1 HOT850_RX RTXQP19 C115 L106 1800LNA_M

S_TX_EN 21 VC2 EGSM_RX 16 7

20 OSC100

DC 0.75PF 10nH 1800LNA_P CLK 19 SERCLK TN4-26374EGSM_RX 17 DATAIN

21 SERDAT HOT GND2DCS_RX 14 L107 LATCHENABLE 3 4DCS_RX SERLE15

GSM_OUT 5 EGSM_TX PCS_RX 12 6.2nH DCS74138_OUT 32 TXHB XTAL 17 DPCS_OUT 22 DCS|PCS_TX PCS_RX 13 GSM74138_OUT TXLB U100 R109

C123 L108 SKY74138 XBUF 33 16 13M_BUFGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGNC 6.2nH VPC VPC XTUNE AFC12347910 11 20 23 24 25 26 27 28 12 37 R108 L109 TX_FB TXRFIN SXENA SX_EN 10K C127 C126 4.7nH TXENA 36 10 TX_EN C124 10nF 0.01NF 0.01NF COMPN_CALOUT_TEST_ERRM RXENA RX_EN

SAT_DET 35 PA_SAT_DET_TEST_ERRP

C128 22L110 NC|RX_IM_IFTESTM_IFMORRX_QM NC 23 4.7nH NC|RX_QP_IFTESTP_IFPORRX_QP R111 39K,1% 24NC|TICVTUNE?_RX_IM_NC6_IMTICVTUNE14 25 LPFADJ NC|UHFTUNE+_RX_IP_NC7_IPUHFVTUNE 39 38

MOD_SEL MODE_LON CHIPENA 40 XOENA

41 VDIGENA_LOP

NC

VAPC 13 VAPC R112 10K C129 0.12nF

G

3C2A1GVCC1 VCC2 18 VCC3 VCC4 11,

Flow Chart of Troubleshooting

3-2-5. GSM850 Transmitter F101 pin82NO NO UCP300 CONTINUS TX ON about F101 check & pin 6 : 2.8V CONDITION 2~5dBm? change MS TX level 19

YES

CH : 190

YES

PAM100 pin7 RBW : 100KHz 1 F101, C100 NO 3~6dBm? VBW : 100KHz check & change YES SPAN : 10MHz PAM100/R105 check & change 3 REF LEV. : 10dBm 4 ATT. : 20dBNO PAM100 pin 4 : 3.7V BATTERY, BATTERY CONNECTORcheck & change

YES NO

PAM100 pin3: 'LOW' UCP300 check & change 5

YES

PAM100 NO UCP300 6 pin1: 'HIGH' check & change

YES

PAM100 NO pin 6 : 1.2V ?

YES

PAM101 pin NO : -5dBm?

YES

7 PAM100 change&resolder U100 pin31 : NO 7~11dBm? C112 YES change or resolder U100 NO U100 NO OSC100 U100 pin27,28,29,30 pin17 13MHz

YES

pin 3 : 13MHz change or 1.7V Vp-p :950mV Vp-p : 950mV resolder

NO YES

9 NOUCP300 10 U100 YES change check & change 11 U100 change or OSC100resolder change or resolder 3-25,

Flow Chart of Troubleshooting

3-2-6. GSM900 Transmitter F101 pin82NO NO UCP300 CONTINUS TX ON about F101 check & pin 6 : 2.8V CONDITION 2~5dBm? change MS TX level 19

YES

CH : 62

YES

PAM100 pin7 RBW : 100KHz 1 F101, C100 NO 3~6dBm? VBW : 100KHz check & change YES SPAN : 10MHz PAM100/R105 check & change 3 REF LEV. : 10dBm 4 ATT. : 20dBNO PAM100 pin 4 : 3.7V BATTERY, BATTERY CONNECTORcheck & change

YES NO

PAM100 pin3: 'LOW' UCP300 check & change 5

YES

PAM100 NO UCP300 6 pin1: 'HIGH' check & change

YES

PAM100 NO pin 6 : 1.2V ?

YES

PAM101 pin NO : -5dBm?

YES

7 PAM100 change&resolder U100 pin31 : NO 7~11dBm? C112 YES change or resolder U100 NO U100 NO OSC100 YES U100 pin27,28,29,30 pin17 13MHz pin 3 : 13MHz change or 1.7V Vp-p :950mV Vp-p : 950mV resolder

NO YES

9 NOUCP300 10 U100 YES change check & change 11 U100 change or OSC100resolder change or resolder 3-26,

Flow Chart of Troubleshooting

3-2-7. DCS Transmitter F101 pin82NO UCP300 CONTINUS TX ON about F101

NO

check & pin 21 : 2.8V CONDITION 2~5dBm? change MS TX level 12

YES

CH : 698

YES

PAM100 pin2 RBW : 100KHz 1 F101, C100 NO 3~6dBm? VBW : 100KHz check & change YES SPAN : 10MHz PAM100 check & change 3 REF LEV. : 10dBm 4 ATT. : 20dBNO PAM100 pin 4 : 3.7V BATTERY, BATTERY CONNECTORcheck & change

YES NO

PAM100 pin3: 'LOW' UCP300 check & change 5

YES

PAM100 NO UCP300 6 pin1: 'HIGH' check & change

YES

PAM100 NO pin 6 : 1.2V ?

YES

PAM101 pin NO : -5dBm?

YES

7 PAM100 change&resolder U100 pin32 : NO 7~11dBm? C105 YES change or resolder U100 NO U100 NO OSC100 YES U100 pin27,28,29,30 pin17 13MHz pin 3 : 13MHz change or 1.7V Vp-p :950mV Vp-p : 950mV resolder

NO YES

9 NOUCP300 10 U100 YES change check & change 11 U100 change or OSC100resolder change or resolder 3-27,

Flow Chart of Troubleshooting

3-2-8. PCS Transmitter F101 pin82NO UCP300 CONTINUS TX ON about F101

NO

check & pin 21 : 2.8V CONDITION 2~5dBm? change MS TX level 12

YES

CH : 660

YES

PAM100 pin2 RBW : 100KHz 1 F101, C100 NO 3~6dBm? VBW : 100KHz check & change YES SPAN : 10MHz PAM100 check & change 3 REF LEV. : 10dBm 4 ATT. : 20dBNO PAM100 pin 4 : 3.7V BATTERY, BATTERY CONNECTORcheck & change

YES NO

PAM100 pin3: 'LOW' UCP300 check & change 5

YES

PAM100 NO UCP300 6 pin1: 'HIGH' check & change

YES

PAM100 NO pin 6 : 1.2V ?

YES

PAM101 pin NO : -5dBm?

YES

7 PAM100 change&resolder U100 pin32 : NO 7~11dBm? C105 YES change or resolder U100 NO U100 NO OSC100 YES U100 pin27,28,29,30 pin17 13MHz pin 3 : 13MHz change or 1.7V Vp-p :950mV Vp-p : 950mV resolder

NO YES

9 NOUCP300 10 U100 YES change check & change 11 U100 change or OSC100resolder change or resolder 3-28, Flow Chart of Troubleshooting 3-29,

Flow Chart of Troubleshooting

3-2-9. Bluetooth Part BT connection disable

NO

Check BT function ON Enable BT function

YES

Check the voltage of NO C137 is around 1.8V Check U102 and change

YES

Check 32KHz Clock on NO Check U103 or U103 Initial part

YES

Check the assembled status of NO Resolder or change AN102 AN102

YES

Exchange U103 NO check UCP200

YES END

3-30, Flow Chart of Troubleshooting

VBAT VBT_1.8V

U102 R1114D181D-TR-F 1 VDD CE 6 VBT_EN 2 GND GND53VOUT NC 4 47K R118 C136 C137 C139 330nF 1000nF 2200nF 3-31, Flow Chart of Troubleshooting

ANT102 ACS2450EBAEC

321

U103 BTTM46C2SA PCM_CLK 3 PCM_CLK PIO0 13 PCM_IN 28 21PCM_IN PIO1 PCM_OUT 19 PCM_OUT PIO2 14 VBT_1.8V PCM_SYNC 20 18PCM_SYNC PIO3 25

PIO4 7 24 1 UART_CTS PIO5 27 UART_RTS PIO6

BT_TXD 8 224 UART_RX PIO7BT_RXD 11UART_TX PIO8 12

26 PIO9

RESETB

265USB_DN VDD_1.8V 23 USB_DP VDD_PIO VDD_REG 9 C138 2200nF 3-32 15 GND 16 GND ANT

GND

, 4. Array course control Test Jig (GH80-03307A) Test Cable (GH39-00478A) RF Test Cable (GH39-00182A) 4-1, Array course control

Software Downloading

4-1. Downloading Binary Files • Three binary files for downloading U600. – U600XXYY.s3 : Main source code binary. 4-2. Pre-requsite for Downloading • Downloader Program(OptiFlash.exe) • U600 Mobile Phone • Data Cable • Binary files 4-2, 1. 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 latest s/w binary, for example “ U600XXYY.s3”, for the downloader binary setting. The reserved memory regions are included in optiflash program, platform.def. 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. Block Diagrams 5-1, 6. PCB Diagrams

G500 G501

JTAG100

U201 VR301U407 U403

D200 TA400

OSC100

U504 SIM300 U406

U100

TP500

U505 F101 U506BAT300

ZD502

RFS100 U103ZD500U500 G502 TA502

ANT101 ANT100 ANT102 6-1 VR309 U402 VR307VR306 VR308 VR305 VR304HDC300VR310 U411 U501 VR303 VR302

TA402

U400 TA401 U200 ZD300

U301

U404 U204 U101

PAM100

U503

U502

, PCB Diagrams

U507

TP514 TP505 TP507 TP509TP512 TP513 TP510TP516 F500F502F501 V502U413

BTC500 U202

TA500 VR311 V500 V501 U401 U409 U410 U203

U408

VR200

U300 CD500

ZD504 ZD501 6-2 TACSW_DW TACSW_UP

I FC500

U102 TA501

U412 OSC200 OSC400 HDC500 UCP200 UCP300

U405

ZD503

TA300 TA403 TA404 TACSW_C, 7. MAIN Electrical Parts List SEC CODE Design LOC Discription STATUS 0403-001547 ZD300 DIODE-ZENER SA 0403-001547 ZD503 DIODE-ZENER SA 0404-001172 D200 DIODE-SCHOTTKY SA 0406-001190 ZD500 DIODE-TVS SA 0406-001190 ZD502 DIODE-TVS SA 0406-001200 U503 DIODE-TVS SA 0406-001210 ZD504 DIODE-TVS SA 0406-001239 ZD501 DIODE-TVS SA 0505-002207 U406 FET-SILICON SA 0801-002958 U101 IC-CMOS LOGIC SA 0801-002958 U504 IC-CMOS LOGIC SA 0801-002995 U500 IC-CMOS LOGIC SA 1001-001231 U506 IC-ANALOG SWITCH SA 1001-001401 U300 IC-ANALOG SWITCH SA 1001-001410 U409 IC-ANALOG SWITCH SA 1006-001322 U202 IC-LINE TRANSCEIVER SA 1009-001020 U203 IC-HALL EFFECT S/W SA 1108-000063 UCP200 IC-MCP SA 1201-002147 U411 IC-VIDEO AMP SA 1201-002233 U410 IC-AUDIO AMP SA 1201-002368 PAM100 IC-POWER AMP SA 1203-003340 U200 IC-POSI.FIXED REG. SA 1203-003340 U403 IC-POSI.FIXED REG. SA 1203-003432 U404 IC-POSI.FIXED REG. SA 1203-003688 U102 IC-POSI.FIXED REG. SA 1203-003737 U204 IC-POSI.FIXED REG. SA 1203-003754 U400 IC-POSI.FIXED REG. SA 1203-003754 U413 IC-POSI.FIXED REG. SA 1203-003787 U401 IC-POSI.FIXED REG. SA 1203-003789 U502 IC-POWER SUPERVISOR SA 1203-004119 UCP300 IC-POWER SUPERVISOR SA 1203-004394 U402 IC-MULTI REG. SA 1203-004482 U201 IC-DC/DC CONVERTER SA 1203-004518 U501 IC-BATTERY SA 1203-004554 U405 IC-DC/DC CONVERTER SA 1204-002138 U407 IC-MELODY SA 7-1, Main Electrical Parts List SEC CODE Design LOC Discription STATUS 1204-002746 U505 IC-TUNER SA 1205-002272 U301 IC-TRANSCEIVER SA 1205-002946 U408 IC-CODEC SA 1205-003203 U100 IC-TRANSCEIVER SA 1205-003210 U412 IC-CODEC SA 1404-001165 VR301 THERMISTOR-NTC SA 1405-001082 V500 VARISTOR SA 1405-001082 V501 VARISTOR SA 1405-001082 V502 VARISTOR SA 1405-001082 VR200 VARISTOR SA 1405-001133 VR300 VARISTOR SA 1405-001133 VR302 VARISTOR SA 1405-001133 VR303 VARISTOR SA 1405-001133 VR304 VARISTOR SA 1405-001133 VR305 VARISTOR SA 1405-001133 VR306 VARISTOR SA 1405-001133 VR307 VARISTOR SA 1405-001133 VR308 VARISTOR SA 1405-001133 VR309 VARISTOR SA 1405-001133 VR310 VARISTOR SA 1405-001133 VR311 VARISTOR SA 2007-000141 R310 R-CHIP SA 2007-000141 R316 R-CHIP SA 2007-000171 R119 R-CHIP SA 2007-000171 R322 R-CHIP SA 2007-000171 R323 R-CHIP SA 2007-000171 R432 R-CHIP SA 2007-000171 R533 R-CHIP SA 2007-000171 R534 R-CHIP SA 2007-000172 R536 R-CHIP SA 2007-000172 R537 R-CHIP SA 2007-001119 R309 R-CHIP SA 2007-001244 R312 R-CHIP SA 2007-001244 R314 R-CHIP SA 2007-001306 R439 R-CHIP SA 2007-007009 R438 R-CHIP SA 7-2, Main Electrical Parts List SEC CODE Design LOC Discription STATUS 2007-007132 R513 R-CHIP SA 2007-007134 R111 R-CHIP SA 2007-007134 R422 R-CHIP SA 2007-007134 R425 R-CHIP SA 2007-007156 R100 R-CHIP SA 2007-007317 R106 R-CHIP SA 2007-007590 R318 R-CHIP SA 2007-007590 R320 R-CHIP SA 2007-007741 R112 R-CHIP SA 2007-007741 R311 R-CHIP SA 2007-007741 R313 R-CHIP SA 2007-007741 R317 R-CHIP SA 2007-007741 R319 R-CHIP SA 2007-007741 R440 R-CHIP SA 2007-007741 R441 R-CHIP SA 2007-007741 R504 R-CHIP SA 2007-007741 R506 R-CHIP SA 2007-008040 R455 R-CHIP SA 2007-008040 R456 R-CHIP SA 2007-008044 R110 R-CHIP SA 2007-008045 R114 R-CHIP SA 2007-008045 R117 R-CHIP SA 2007-008045 R300 R-CHIP SA 2007-008045 R532 R-CHIP SA 2007-008051 R417 R-CHIP SA 2007-008051 R429 R-CHIP SA 2007-008052 R208 R-CHIP SA 2007-008052 R308 R-CHIP SA 2007-008052 R430 R-CHIP SA 2007-008053 R512 R-CHIP SA 2007-008055 R207 R-CHIP SA 2007-008055 R212 R-CHIP SA 2007-008055 R213 R-CHIP SA 2007-008055 R216 R-CHIP SA 2007-008055 R508 R-CHIP SA 2007-008055 R509 R-CHIP SA 7-3, Main Electrical Parts List SEC CODE Design LOC Discription STATUS 2007-008055 R510 R-CHIP SA 2007-008055 R515 R-CHIP SA 2007-008055 R517 R-CHIP SA 2007-008055 R525 R-CHIP SA 2007-008419 R523 R-CHIP SA 2007-008419 R527 R-CHIP SA 2007-008419 R528 R-CHIP SA 2007-008419 R529 R-CHIP SA 2007-008419 R530 R-CHIP SA 2007-008419 R531 R-CHIP SA 2007-008420 R303 R-CHIP SA 2007-008420 R304 R-CHIP SA 2007-008478 R302 R-CHIP SA 2007-008478 R414 R-CHIP SA 2007-008483 R118 R-CHIP SA 2007-008483 R206 R-CHIP SA 2007-008483 R210 R-CHIP SA 2007-008483 R301 R-CHIP SA 2007-008483 R401 R-CHIP SA 2007-008483 R403 R-CHIP SA 2007-008483 R404 R-CHIP SA 2007-008483 R433 R-CHIP SA 2007-008483 R436 R-CHIP SA 2007-008483 R437 R-CHIP SA 2007-008483 R500 R-CHIP SA 2007-008483 R501 R-CHIP SA 2007-008483 R502 R-CHIP SA 2007-008483 R507 R-CHIP SA 2007-008483 R535 R-CHIP SA 2007-008486 R514 R-CHIP SA 2007-008516 R108 R-CHIP SA 2007-008516 R211 R-CHIP SA 2007-008516 R450 R-CHIP SA 2007-008531 R204 R-CHIP SA 2007-008542 R107 R-CHIP SA 2007-008542 R109 R-CHIP SA 7-4, Main Electrical Parts List SEC CODE Design LOC Discription STATUS 2007-008542 R324 R-CHIP SA 2007-008542 R457 R-CHIP SA 2007-008542 R458 R-CHIP SA 2007-008544 R409 R-CHIP SA 2007-008579 R101 R-CHIP SA 2007-008579 R103 R-CHIP SA 2007-008587 R113 R-CHIP SA 2007-008588 R305 R-CHIP SA 2007-008588 R427 R-CHIP SA 2007-008588 R428 R-CHIP SA 2007-008588 R434 R-CHIP SA 2007-008588 R435 R-CHIP SA 2007-008774 R214 R-CHIP SA 2007-008808 R410 R-CHIP SA 2007-009084 R418 R-CHIP SA 2007-009108 R413 R-CHIP SA 2007-009111 R420 R-CHIP SA 2007-009111 R421 R-CHIP SA 2007-009111 R424 R-CHIP SA 2007-009111 R431 R-CHIP SA 2007-009115 R102 R-CHIP SA 2007-009157 R419 R-CHIP SA 2007-009166 R306 R-CHIP SA 2007-009167 R307 R-CHIP SA 2007-009168 R215 R-CHIP SA 2007-009168 R503 R-CHIP SA 2007-009169 R511 R-CHIP SA 2007-009170 R524 R-CHIP SA 2007-009171 R412 R-CHIP SA 2007-009233 R505 R-CHIP SA 2007-009314 R116 R-CHIP SA 2007-009402 R411 R-CHIP SA 2203-000233 C217 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-000438 C466 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-000438 C467 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-000438 C500 C-CER,CHIP SA 7-5, Main Electrical Parts List SEC CODE Design LOC Discription STATUS 2203-000812 C325 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-000812 C326 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-000812 C328 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-000812 C335 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-000812 C337 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-000870 L102 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-001405 C319 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-002677 C111 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-002677 C115 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-002709 C512 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-002709 C513 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-002982 C445 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-005481 C329 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-005481 C336 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-005482 C412 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-005682 C122 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-005682 C132 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-005682 C134 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-005682 C332 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-005682 C333 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-005682 C334 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-005682 C509 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-005682 C518 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-005682 C519 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-005683 C508 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-005719 C472 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-005719 C473 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-005725 C100 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-005725 C108 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-005727 C226 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-005727 C227 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-005729 C112 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-005729 C448 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-005736 C109 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-005736 C118 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-005736 C311 C-CER,CHIP SA 7-6, Main Electrical Parts List SEC CODE Design LOC Discription STATUS 2203-005736 C318 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-005736 C423 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-005736 C426 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-005736 C510 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-005789 C114 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-005806 C219 C-CER,CHIP SNA 2203-005806 C455 C-CER,CHIP SNA 2203-006048 C300 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006048 C306 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006048 C502 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006120 C140 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006121 C117 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006194 C106 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006194 C121 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006194 C124 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006194 C200 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006194 C202 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006194 C205 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006194 C207 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006194 C208 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006194 C218 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006194 C301 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006194 C304 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006194 C321 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006194 C463 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006194 C464 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006257 C312 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006257 C431 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006260 C324 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006260 C327 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006305 C126 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006305 C127 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006305 C130 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006305 C131 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006305 C459 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006305 C461 C-CER,CHIP SA 7-7, Main Electrical Parts List SEC CODE Design LOC Discription STATUS 2203-006324 C107 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006361 C116 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006361 C210 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006377 C501 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006377 C505 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006423 C102 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006423 C104 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006423 C135 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006423 C201 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006423 C203 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006423 C204 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006423 C206 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006423 C209 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006423 C215 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006423 C222 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006423 C225 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006423 C302 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006423 C303 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006423 C308 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006423 C309 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006423 C322 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006423 C331 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006423 C403 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006423 C404 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006423 C416 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006423 C424 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006423 C427 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006423 C428 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006423 C429 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006423 C430 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006423 C434 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006423 C435 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006423 C437 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006423 C439 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006423 C440 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006423 C441 C-CER,CHIP SA 7-8, Main Electrical Parts List SEC CODE Design LOC Discription STATUS 2203-006423 C444 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006423 C449 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006423 C451 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006423 C454 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006423 C460 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006423 C462 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006423 C465 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006423 C471 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006423 C475 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006423 C477 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006423 C504 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006466 C517 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006556 C223 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006562 C137 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006562 C216 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006562 C220 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006562 C224 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006562 C305 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006562 C310 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006562 C313 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006562 C314 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006562 C315 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006562 C316 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006562 C317 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006562 C323 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006562 C330 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006562 C400 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006562 C405 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006562 C417 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006562 C418 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006562 C419 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006562 C420 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006562 C421 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006562 C422 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006562 C433 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006562 C436 C-CER,CHIP SA 7-9, Main Electrical Parts List SEC CODE Design LOC Discription STATUS 2203-006562 C438 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006562 C442 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006562 C443 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006562 C447 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006562 C450 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006562 C458 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006562 C474 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006562 C503 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006562 C506 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006562 C507 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006562 C514 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006562 C521 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006620 C446 C-CER,CHIP SNA 2203-006626 C136 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006626 C411 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006626 C414 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006626 C468 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006626 C469 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006626 C476 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006648 C320 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006648 C520 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006824 C307 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006824 C432 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006825 C211 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006825 C212 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006825 C213 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006838 C214 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006838 C221 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006838 C401 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006838 C402 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006872 C138 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006872 C139 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006872 C406 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006872 C407 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006872 C408 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006872 C413 C-CER,CHIP SA 7-10, Main Electrical Parts List SEC CODE Design LOC Discription STATUS 2203-006872 C415 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006872 C425 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006872 C478 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006896 C129 C-CER,CHIP SA 2203-006979 C409 C-CER,CHIP SA 2404-001268 C103 C-TA,CHIP SA 2404-001339 TA400 C-TA,CHIP SA 2404-001352 TA403 C-TA,CHIP SA 2404-001353 TA401 C-TA,CHIP SA 2404-001353 TA402 C-TA,CHIP SA 2404-001381 C511 C-TA,CHIP SA 2404-001381 TA300 C-TA,CHIP SA 2404-001381 TA404 C-TA,CHIP SA 2404-001396 TA501 C-TA,CHIP SA 2404-001406 TA500 C-TA,CHIP SA 2404-001406 TA502 C-TA,CHIP SA 2703-002200 L101 INDUCTOR-SMD SA 2703-002586 L107 INDUCTOR-SMD SA 2703-002586 L108 INDUCTOR-SMD SA 2703-002597 L103 INDUCTOR-SMD SA 2703-002597 L104 INDUCTOR-SMD SA 2703-002597 L105 INDUCTOR-SMD SA 2703-002597 L106 INDUCTOR-SMD SA 2703-002700 L109 INDUCTOR-SMD SA 2703-002700 L110 INDUCTOR-SMD SA 2703-002819 L200 INDUCTOR-SMD SA 2703-002819 L201 INDUCTOR-SMD SA 2703-002858 C105 INDUCTOR-SMD SA 2703-002906 R105 INDUCTOR-SMD SA 2703-002910 L100 INDUCTOR-SMD SA 2703-003002 L403 INDUCTOR-SMD SA 2703-003196 L500 INDUCTOR-SMD SA 2801-004458 OSC400 CRYSTAL-SMD SA 2801-004466 OSC200 CRYSTAL-SMD SA 2801-004552 OSC100 CRYSTAL-SMD SA 2901-001348 F501 FILTER-EMI/ESD SA 7-11, Main Electrical Parts List SEC CODE Design LOC Discription STATUS 2901-001348 F502 FILTER-EMI/ESD SA 2901-001349 F500 FILTER-EMI/ESD SA 2911-000049 F101 DUPLEXER-FEM SA 3301-001158 L405 BEAD-SMD SA 3301-001158 L406 BEAD-SMD SA 3301-001341 L202 BEAD-SMD SA 3301-001341 L400 BEAD-SMD SA 3301-001341 L401 BEAD-SMD SA 3301-001341 L402 BEAD-SMD SA 3301-001341 L404 BEAD-SMD SA 3301-001879 L501 BEAD-SMD SA 3404-001303 TACSW_DW SWITCH-TACT SA 3404-001303 TACSW_UP SWITCH-TACT SA 3404-001320 TACSW_C SWITCH-TACT SA 3705-001358 RFS100 CONNECTOR-COAXIAL SA 3708-002283 HDC300 CONNECTOR-FPC/FFC/PIC SA 3709-001447 SIM300 CONNECTOR-CARD EDGE SA 3709-001464 CD500 CONNECTOR-CARD EDGE SA 3710-002306 IFC500 SOCKET-INTERFACE SA 3711-006323 HDC500 HEADER-BOARD TO BOARD SA 3711-006329 BTC500 HEADER-BATTERY SA 4202-001283 ANT102 ANTENNA-CHIP SA 4302-001158 BAT300 BATTERY-LI(2ND) SA 4709-001413 U103 BLUETOOTH MODULE SA GH09-00045A UCP200 IC MICOM SA 7-12, 8. Reference data 8-1. 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 8-1, 9. Safety Precautions 9-1. 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. 9-1, Safety Precautions 9-2. 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. 9-2, 10. Product Function

Main Function

- Camera and camcorder - Synchronisation with Windows Media Player - Music player - Image editor - Photo printing - Phone to TV - Offline mode - FM radio - Bluetooth - File viewer - SOS message 10-1,

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