Nanonote bricked and dead?

Yi Zhang yi at sharism.cc
Thu Jun 16 10:18:55 EDT 2011


Ruben,

How about:
1. type command "watch lsusb" in the terminal
2. press and hold down "U" key while plug USB cable to computer
3. if no entry of "601a:4740" shows up, keep holding "U" key, press power button.
==> do you see "601a:4740" shows up?

Yi

On Jun 16, 2011, at 9:18 PM, Rubén Berenguel wrote:

> Hi Wolfgang, thanks for the encouragement.
> 
> Cleaned with alcohol and went through the shortening sequence in the
> unbrick page... 3 times. No luck. The only lifesign from the Ben is
> that when I plug it, the red light flickers as expected.
> 
> I am not confident with a soldering iron at all, but if it is the only
> solution, well...
> 
> Ruben
> 
> On Thu, Jun 16, 2011 at 04:14, Wolfgang Spraul <wolfgang at sharism.cc> wrote:
>> Ruben,
>> we'll get it back up :-)
>> 
>> Yes, let's focus on the USB IDs first, that's the faintest sign of life
>> we can get. You can try to clean the USB boot pins with some alcohol.
>> The soldering solution is a bit hardcore, but if you have an iron
>> availabel and feel confident, you can try.
>> 
>> Our goal is to make 601a:4740 show up in lsusb...
>> Sorry for the inconvenience, let's see how it goes,
>> Wolfgang
>> 
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