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    Ok
    i'll came to test

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    hi man
    just do it but nothing else.
    I pressed the button during the startup but the result is the same
    only a GARMIN picture and no usb connection
    Is there a sequence to start ?
    Or another way to reflash ?
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    Hi Alexander 2010
    this is my work
    But the two label down the int position are connected ? ( black line to show)
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    As you can see i used two wire and the int is out so in the future may be i can use without deassemble the radio

    But the problem is every bricked system
    It's same not working

    Any idea ?
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    Hi man
    never answer ne idea ?
    Can we reflash directly the arm processor ?
    or the internal sandisk ?
    Is possible to find the electric diagram of this unit?

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    Bootloader is dead... it is bad news.
    Sony SL10=>HP 1930=>1940=>Toshiba e755=>Loox N520=>Acer n311+Huawei ETS688=> Fujitsu-Siemens Loox N560 WM6=>Dell Axim x51v=> Huawei s7 s-105 (FW 2.2.2 Sweden) + Nokia N78. Garmin Forerunner 405. I love flash Garmin devices.

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    there is the way to reflash the arm processor ?

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    One question. When you pressing Nav button on front panel - see you Garmin logo or blach screen?
    Sony SL10=>HP 1930=>1940=>Toshiba e755=>Loox N520=>Acer n311+Huawei ETS688=> Fujitsu-Siemens Loox N560 WM6=>Dell Axim x51v=> Huawei s7 s-105 (FW 2.2.2 Sweden) + Nokia N78. Garmin Forerunner 405. I love flash Garmin devices.

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    I just see Logo GARMIN that is write in white with a triangle blue on the up of the N
    Classical logo GARMIN

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    Do you install Garmin usb drivers on Pc?

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    Good Morning
    yes I had installed the usb driver ...
    I don't have the connection .... but I have a very good laboratories so I can flash ythe microprocessor.

 

 
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