Sony-Ericsson K300i pinouts

Started by Luzbel, Jan 02, 2006, 22:44

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Luzbel

I was wondering what's the pinouts of this mobile phone like... I couldn't find it. Is it similar to any other Sony-Ericsson pinouts? If so, which one is similar? Thank you very much!!!

Grabo

Pinouts are exactly the same as in every other SE! 100% tested with T-28 Service Cable by successfully unlocking many SE cellulars, including k300i :)

Lzbl

Thank you, man! I owe you a beer ;)

Grabo


ewoks

I wonder is it the same for T300,t310 and new models like K700i???

warshak

i'm planning to make my own SE T68i usb data cable, and so far i know that the relevant pins are pins 4 and 5 but im having problems with where to connect them to the usb cable which one goes to the data- and which one goes to the data+?  Thanks in advance!

edison

Quote from: Grabo on Jan 03, 2006, 04:38
Pinouts are exactly the same as in every other SE! 100% tested with T-28 Service Cable by successfully unlocking many SE cellulars, including k300i :)

edison

nesecito la configuracion de este cable

Tom

Hey, I understand that the pinouts are the same for this as they are for k850i. I'm trying to charge my phone through the usb cable, which it does fine from the PC, but when I plug into a mains - usb charging adapter, the phone tries to connect data but not charge... the data pins in the usb charger are wierd together, and I'm guessing it's the lack of any usb protocol that's stopping the phone charging... is there any way to overcome this (I'll happily modify the mains - usb adapter thing if necessary)

admin

Quote from: Tom on May 02, 2008, 20:19
Hey, I understand that the pinouts are the same for this as they are for k850i. I'm trying to charge my phone through the usb cable, which it does fine from the PC, but when I plug into a mains - usb charging adapter, the phone tries to connect data but not charge... the data pins in the usb charger are wierd together, and I'm guessing it's the lack of any usb protocol that's stopping the phone charging... is there any way to overcome this (I'll happily modify the mains - usb adapter thing if necessary)


Take a look at http://pinouts.ru/CellularPhones-A-N/razrv3_charger.shtml
The x pin of mini-usb connector may be shorted with something for charger recognition.
Not sure, but possible.

Tom

Hmm, sounds plausible... I don't have an X terminal, but putting a resistor between 2 and 4 would create an RC network in the mains - usb adapter. I guess this may produce a primitive handshake similar to what a lot of people use in RS232 serial comms. I'll give it a go. Cheers.

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