Thanks! I was wondering about D6XXX BogoMIPS (~1200). It seems this is in fact mere Cortex-A9@600Mhz, perhaps with some L2 cache thrown in..inquisitive23 wrote:SAMSUNG HARDWARE 2011
This one contains some nice details (including Genoa-S block diagram).
But don't trust it too much: many errors, some chapters copied verbatim from B-Series service manuals etc.
Bluetooth module FRAME_SYNC_IN/OUT (3D Sync In/3D Sync Out) signals seems to be connected to Genoa-S UART port. Interesting .
(have troubles: can`t download previous pdf from http://elektrotanya.com)
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Could we have a shell access with it?sbav1 wrote:Bluetooth module FRAME_SYNC_IN/OUT (3D Sync In/3D Sync Out) signals seems to be connected to Genoa-S UART port. Interesting .
There is an unused 8-pin connector at the top of the board, I wonder what it is for? The only equivalent test points I could find for a j-tag adapter like erdem_ua posted is labeled M_NRESET, M_E_GND, M_E_WP, M_E_SCL, M_E_SDA, also one chip (label 05537C) has created a lot of heat discoloration on the front and backside of the board, looks like a bad design and should have a heatsink.
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In D7000 and D8000 the "built-in" wifi is just a small pcb connected using USB to the mainboard.juuso wrote:Not needed.sbav1 wrote: - D6500 (and up) have built-in wifiI even dont like to watch 3D. IMO not healthy thing. Become headaches after 15min of watching...- 2D -> 3D conversion: basically useless feature, IMO.
Thanks guys for info. I`ll take the D6000 board and install gasdeuc firmware
The pcb is hidden in the screen frame
As far as I know the serial port is on pins 4.7 and 11 of the VGA port. In the service manual it talks about a stereo jack but the only jacks present on the mainboard don't seem to have serial connections...