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 Post subject: Re: Am I wrong to want the MRT Labs Ultra ?? It looks awesom
PostPosted: April 27th, 2018, 15:40 
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Spildit wrote:
pclab wrote:
Hi

Just to state one thing:
Yesterday I had a case of a burned PCB of a Samsung HD253HJ (F3), and just need to do the simplest things that is read original rom by terminal and write on donor PCB.
After several attempts, I couldn't make it on MRT, it always gave me an error.
On PC3000, I could do it in about 30 min (it takes that much time because reading by terminal is a little slow and it involved the screw and unscrew of the bolts hehehhe).


You should had played in "Euromilhões" as well ... Are you sure your PCB was ... BURNED ? If so you were verly lucky to have terminal access to read ROM with PC-3000 or whatever other tool of choice ...

:lol: :lol: :lol:

What does "burned" mean? What does "fried/toasted" mean? Does "shorted" really mean "short circuited", or is it just a general term used by someone who doesn't understand the art?

Without specifics, the "diagnosis" is meaningless.

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 Post subject: Re: Am I wrong to want the MRT Labs Ultra ?? It looks awesom
PostPosted: May 1st, 2018, 1:53 
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jermy wrote:
pclab wrote:
On PC3000, I could do it in about 30 min (it takes that much time because reading by terminal is a little slow and it involved the screw and unscrew of the bolts hehehhe).

you should have done it using an external programmer in 30 "SECONDS"


Which programmer do you like ?

Also - is there an EEPROM programmer that works (can be read + written to) from OS X ?

(Thanks by the way. :)


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 Post subject: Re: Am I wrong to want the MRT Labs Ultra ?? It looks awesom
PostPosted: May 21st, 2018, 17:18 
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I've been using the MRT Ultra for about a month now and I'm really happy with it. It's only a few hundred pounds up front and about £120/monthly which is great for my cashflow. I know it's not the PC3000 but there is no way I can afford 10 grand or so for one of those, at least not at the moment and what the MRT Ultra does for very little outlay suits me fine.

Only downsides are the difficulty of getting up to speed with it as the support is patchy at the moment and a lot of the videos are in Chinese. However, MRT do say they are addressing these issues while continuing to develop the product further..


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