RIFF JTAG – Samsung SM-A300F Galaxy A3 LTE Boot repair supported

Repairing bricked Samsung A300F via ISP connection is easy with the RIFF Box.

To resurrect Samsung A300F via ISP connection:

  • Get access to Samsung A300F board (PCB);
  • Check schematics picture for solder positions of CLK, DAT0, CMD and GND signals;
  • Remove (de-solder) the CLK resistor (30R);
  • Solder CLK, DAT0, CMD and GND wires to the specified pads on the PCB;
  • Attach battery
  • Connect USB Data cable (in some cases also attach battery);
  • Make sure Samsung A300F ISP is selected in the list of models;
  • Click Resurrect button;
  • Wait till software signals a successful operation completion;
  • Disconnect USB cable and battery, de-solder wires and solder back the CLK resistor;

Now phone is in bootable condition, that is, even if it does not start up normally you can flash it using known flashing methods.
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RIFF JTAG – HTC One M8 ULCA (AT&T) Boot repair supported

Repairing bricked HTC One M8Ulca (0P6B12000) via ISP connection is easy with the RIFF Box.
Additionally to HBOOT and Radio zones, the zone which contains Model ID is re-flashed too. Thus after resurrection phone will have Model ID = ‘0P6B12000’.

To resurrect HTC One M8Ulca (0P6B12000) via ISP connection:

  • Get access to HTC One M8Ulca (0P6B12000) board (PCB);
  • Check schematics picture for solder positions of CLK, DAT0, CMD and GND signals;
  • Remove (de-solder) the CLK resistor;
  • Solder CLK, DAT0, CMD and GND wires to the specified pads on the PCB;
  • Attach battery
  • Connect USB Data cable;
  • Make sure HTC One M8Ulca (0P6B12000) ISP is selected in the list of models;
  • Click Resurrect button;
  • Wait till software signals a successful operation completion;
  • Disconnect USB cable and battery, de-solder wires and solder back the CLK resistor;

Now phone is in bootable condition, that is, even if it does not start up normally you can flash it using known flashing methods.
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RIFF JTAG – HTC ONE M8w 4G LTE Boot repair supported

Repairing bricked HTC One M8Wlv (0P6B20000) via ISP connection is easy with the RIFF Box.
Additionally to HBOOT and Radio zones, the zone which contains Model ID is re-flashed too. Thus after resurrection phone will have Model ID = ‘0P6B20000’.

To resurrect HTC One M8Wlv (0P6B20000) via ISP connection:

  • Get access to HTC One M8Wlv (0P6B20000) board (PCB);
  • Check schematics picture for solder positions of CLK, DAT0, CMD and GND signals;
  • Remove (de-solder) the CLK resistor;
  • Solder CLK, DAT0, CMD and GND wires to the specified pads on the PCB;
  • Attach battery
  • Connect USB Data cable;
  • Make sure HTC One M8Wlv (0P6B20000) ISP is selected in the list of models;
  • Click Resurrect button;
  • Wait till software signals a successful operation completion;
  • Disconnect USB cable and battery, de-solder wires and solder back the CLK resistor;

Now phone is in bootable condition, that is, even if it does not start up normally you can flash it using known flashing methods.
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RIFF JTAG – HTC Desire Eye 4G LTE EMEA M910n Boot repair supported

Repairing bricked HTC Desire M910n (0PFH11000) via ISP connection is easy with the RIFF Box.
Additionally to HBOOT and Radio zones, the zone which contains Model ID is re-flashed too. Thus after resurrection phone will have Model ID = ‘0PFH11000’.

To resurrect HTC Desire M910n (0PFH11000) via ISP connection:

  • Get access to HTC Desire M910n (0PFH11000) board (PCB);
  • Check schematics picture for solder positions of CLK, DAT0, CMD and GND signals;
  • Remove (de-solder) the CLK resistor;
  • Solder CLK, DAT0, CMD and GND wires to the specified pads on the PCB;
  • Attach battery
  • Connect USB Data cable;
  • Make sure HTC Desire M910n (0PFH11000) ISP is selected in the list of models;
  • Click Resurrect button;
  • Wait till software signals a successful operation completion;
  • Disconnect USB cable and battery, de-solder wires and solder back the CLK resistor;

Now phone is in bootable condition, that is, even if it does not start up normally you can flash it using known flashing methods.
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RIFF JTAG Manager v1.64 and more 19.01.2017

Hello,
Here is list of latest RIFF Box updates:

– RIFF JTAG Manager v1.64:

  • Fixed Password Recovery feature
    (Authorization code sending feature was broken, due to wrongly configured timeout)
  • Fixed bug which caused JTAG Manager crash after clean install and successive downloading of a DLL file while there were no PKG files installed.
  • Improved login interface – the registered email is automatically filled in to the Login field.
    (Remember that You can use both registered user name or e-mail as login. With this feature Your registered e-mail address is automatically inserted in login dialog form, so You just have to type in Your password)
  • JTAG Manager Main Window Width is increased to increase the width of Resurrector Name fields

Please read description carefully !

User contributed Riffpkg (Repair packs made with Package Editor) uploaded to Official RIFF Box Update Server:

Special thanks goes to Babak Nuri, Nicolayer, Black-Micron and xiaoming .

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RIFF JTAG – HTC Desire 820n support added

Repairing bricked HTC Desire 820n (0PFJ40000) via ISP connection is easy with the RIFF Box.
Additionally to HBOOT and Radio zones, the zone which contains Model ID is re-flashed too. Thus after resurrection phone will have Model ID = ‘0PFJ40000’.

  • To resurrect HTC Desire 820n (0PFJ40000) via ISP connection:
  •  Get access to HTC Desire 820n (0PFJ40000) board (PCB);
    Check schematics picture for solder positions of CLK, DAT0, CMD and GND signals;
  •  Shortcut CLK resistor with 0R;
  •  Solder CLK, DAT0, CMD and GND wires to the specified pads on the PCB;
  •  Attach battery
  •  Connect USB Data cable;
  •  Make sure HTC Desire 820n (0PFJ40000) ISP is selected in the list of models;
  •  Click Resurrect button;
  •  Wait till software signals a successful operation completion;
  •  Disconnect USB cable and battery, de-solder wires and remove shortcut from the CLK resistor;
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To install this update, simply click “Check for Updates” button.

RIFF JTAG – HTC One M8 SU support added

Repairing bricked HTC One M8Su (0PKV10000) via ISP connection is easy with the RIFF Box.
Additionally to HBOOT and Radio zones, the zone which contains Model ID is re-flashed too. Thus after resurrection phone will have Model ID = ‘0PKV10000’.

  • To resurrect HTC One M8Su (0PKV10000) via ISP connection:
  • Get access to HTC One M8Su (0PKV10000) board (PCB);
  •  Check schematics picture for solder positions of CLK, DAT0, CMD and GND signals;
  •  Shortcut CLK resistor with 0R;
  •  Solder CLK, DAT0, CMD and GND wires to the specified pads on the PCB;
  •  Attach battery
  •  Connect USB Data cable;
  •  Make sure HTC One M8Su (0PKV10000) ISP is selected in the list of models;
  •  Click Resurrect button;
  •  Wait till software signals a successful operation completion;
  •  Disconnect USB cable and battery, de-solder wires and remove shortcut from the CLK resistor;

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To install this update, simply click “Check for Updates” button.

RIFF JTAG Manager v1.63 released

JTAG Manager 1.63

  • RIFF2’s eMMC Voltages list bug is fixed.
  • BOX detection is re-worked. No special drivers are required anymore, standard COM Port Windows drivers can be used.
  • No need to enter COM Port numbers manually for Windows 10. Box is detected automatically as for older Windows versions.
  • Added “Missing Resource” feature. If DLL is missing some resource, for example schematics picture, logs or binary data,
    the JTAG Manager will popup special dialog so it is possible for custmers to upload data to RIFF Server after which the DLL can be updated with missing data.
    Active customers will be rewarded with credits.
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  • A feature added to edit registration details (eMail, login, password) in Account Manage dialog: the new button – “Edit Account Details”
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  • Cosmetic interface changes

To download and install this update, simply click “Check for Updates” on “Box Service” TAB.

RIFF Box version 2 released

Hello there !
After six successful years since the first RIFF Box hardware was released, we’re proud to introduce our new v2 RIFF Box hardware. We did our best to develop a reliable, marvelous, yet functional device.

Below you can read the basics about it. Of course, this is preliminary and just a start. RIFF Box v2 hardware is designed so that it can accommodate a large variety of communication protocols, including those of highest importance for starters.

RIFF BOX v2 H/W Specification

  • Dual-core Cortex-M4 MCU @ 204MHz;
  • PC to Box USB (Device) Speed: Hi-Speed (480 Mbps);
  • Box to Device (Host) Speed: Full-Speed (48 Mbps);
  • SD/MMC Interface with 1-Bit (DAT0) and 4-Bit (DAT0-DAT3) Bus Width support and SD_CLK up to 52 MHz;
  • UART Interface;
  • RIFF™ Smart Probing Feature;
  • Level-adjustable 23 GPIO Lines (1.65V to 3.6V) for interfacing a range of devices and protocols, such as NAND, SPI, I2C, Pin Finder, etc.;
  • 4 fixed 3.3V GPIO Lines;

RIFF BOX v2 Interface Specification

  • 20-Pin Male Connector:
    JTAG Interface: TRST, TDI, TMS, TCK, RTCK, TDO and NRST;
    SWD (Serial Wire Debug) Interface: SWCLK, SWDIO (SWDIO and SWCLK are overlaid on the TMS and TCK pins);
  • 30-Pin Male Connector:
    SD/MMC Interface 1/4Bit @ 52MHz;
    Level-adjustable 23 GPIO Lines (1.65V to 3.6V);
    USB Device Connector: connects the Box with PC @ Hi-Speed (480 Mbps), approx. 20 MByte/sec;
  • USB Host Connector: connects the Box with USB devices @ Full-Speed (48 Mbps), approx. 1.5-2 MByte/sec;
  • RJ-45 Connector:
    RIFF™ Smart Probing Feature;
    UART Port;
    4 Fixed 3.3V GPIO Lines;

Supported SD/MMD Revisions:
Revisions 1.0 to 1.7 (for MMC: v4.0, v4.1, v4.2, v4.3, v4.41, v4.5, v4.51, v5.0) and higher

Supported JTAG Cores:

  • ARM7,
  • ARM920,
  • ARM926,
  • ARM946,
  • ARM7EJS,
  • ARM11,
  • CORTEX-A5,
  • CORTEX-A8,
  • CORTEX-A9,
  • CORTEX-A15,
  • OMAP3430,
  • OMAP3630,
  • OMAP4430,
  • TEGRA2 (CORTEX-A9),
  • TEGRA2 (ARM7),
  • QUALCOMM S3 (ARM7, ARM11, SCORPION),
  • QUALCOMM S4 (ARM7, ARM11, SCORPION),
  • NOVATHOR,
  • PXA270,
  • PXA312
  • MIPS32™ IR5Bit,
  • MIPS32™ IR8Bit,

RIFF Box v2 software:

  • RIFF JTAG Manager
  • RIFF Remote helper
  • RIFF Admin client / SN reader
  • RIFF Box USB drivers

New hardware and software is fully compatible with Windows 10, which provides effortless installation. Just connect RIFF Box to Windows 10 based PC and everything will be installed automatically. For older Windows versions, there are custom drivers provided with RIFF JTAG Manager installer.

Few photos of new RIFF Box v2 hardware:

Riff2-b(1) Riff2-a Riff2-cables