O-W (Panasonic, Samsung,...) cell phones and smartphones connectors pinouts  > Samsung pinouts
full pinout. also for Samsung D100, D410, D415, D418, D710, E105, E108, E300, E310, E318, E400, E600, E608, E610, E710, E715, E718, E850, P100, P108, P400, P408, P710, S200, S208, S300, S300m, S308, V100, V200, V205, V208, X105, X120, X400, X426, X427, X430, X438, X450, X458, X610, X710, M300, M510, A117, T729, T409, R500, U700, U470 JUKE, T429, T539 BEAT, R200 A737, A736, T639, i617 Blackjack II, T439, U900 FlipShot, R410, A747, A517, T739 KATALYST, I325, t819 ?

There are two numbering schemes for Samsung cell phones. Sometimes pins are counted from left to right and sometimes pins are counted from right to left (phone is keypad up in both cases).

Signals other than RX and TX may be slightly different in different cellphones
Pin
left-to-right
numbering
 
Pin
right-to-left
numbering
Signal Description
18 1 +VBATT (4.2V) Vcc power
17 2 RS232_TXD Tx
16 3 RS232_RXD Rx
15 4 RS232_RTS RTS
14 5 RS232_CTS CTS
13 6 SCL I2C Bus
12 7 SDA I2C Bus
11 8 GND Ground
10 9 MIC(+) Microphone plus
9 10 MIC(-) Microphone ground
8 11 GND Ground
7 12 VCC internal power 3.6V
6 13 SIMPWDN_BOOT SIMM Power Down Boot
5 14 +VBATT (4.2V)  
4 15 SPK(-) Speaker plus
3 16 SPK(+) Speaker ground
2 17 DCVOLT (CHG+) charger input
1 18 DCVOLT (CHG+)  

+5V (+4.2V) power supply should be connected to pins 1,2,3,5 (left-to-right numbering here and later); pins 6,8,11 should be shorted and connected to GND in A200, A288 flash cable.

+5V (+4.2V) power supply should be connected to pins 1,2,3,5; pins 8,11 should be shorted and connected to GND in A300, N400, R2xx flash cable.

Its may be neccessary to short some other pins - for example in some cables pins 14,15 are shorted (unconfirmed).

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