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Main Board Top Placement

Hall sensor
LCM IO power

Backlight Power Volume Volume Bottom


Front cam
driver IC up up down SPK
2.8V power
key key key AMP
LCM bias IC
Blank Flash
Flash
driver IC eMMC
Rear Cam 1.8V power

2nd MIC Rear


C
a
m
LPDDR(PO
P)+
MSM8x26

Rear
2.8V
Audio C USB
power
Jack a C
m N
T
CNT

Top SPK
AMP PMIC
RCV/
S
P
19.2MHz
K
Audio
switch
codec

Gyro
sensor

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Main Board Bottom Placement
GPS ANT Diversity ANT
GPS BAT CNT
SAW
1575.42
MHz 27MHz GPS LNA
Bottom SPK
DTV module contact
WFR SP4T
DTV
SAW 836.5MHz
SAW 2140MHz
WFR2600

TOP SPK
contact
SAW GPS
1575.42MHz
Vibrator CNT

QFE11
Flash light/

0 WTR 2605
SIM/SD/

1 Duplexer Primary
WCDMA B1 ANT
Duplexer B2 Primary
1850-1990MHz MIC
SAW filter TP 3.1V pwr
1842.5/1960MHz
CNT
camCNT
senso

Indicator
r/
P+ALS

WiFi/BT/
Front

FM
B1/B8 PA

Duplexer B26
B2/B5 PA
SAW filter

Duplexer B8
2450MHz

Ant switch

Coupler LCM
WiFi Ant

G+E
700-2700MH connecto
com
z r
pass
sensor

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CHARGING
TROUBLESHOOTING
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Charging Troubleshooting
Charge path: USB connector CON1001 pin 1-> U1001 (pin 161, 172) ->
U1001 (pin 162) -> U1001 (pin 143,155) -> U1001 (pin 154,166) -> L1001 ->
U1001 (pin 152, 164) -> U1001 (pin 139, 151, 163) -> R1008 ->
CON1002 (pin 4)
TP1001
USB
1

USB_ID
2

ESD1002
CON1001 AOZ8231ADI-12
UB012-04413A01
7

TP1002 TP1003
7

5
5
1

4
4
1

1
3 USB_DP_CON R1002 0R/+-5% VREF_BAT_THM
3 2 USB_DP
USB_DM_CON R1003 0R/+-5%
2 1 USB_DM
1
1

1
1

C1002 C1003
8

1
ESD1001 C1001 R1001 ESD1003 ESD1004 R1005
8

ESD7951ST5G 14.3K
TVM0G360M300R

ESD7951ST5G
DUMMY_C_0603
2

DUMMY _C_0201
DUMMY _C_0201
2

VBAT_THERM
2

U1001-2
R1004
TP1004 CHARGING 2.2K/+-1%
VBUS
168 169
LED_CHG VREF_BAT_THM
1

161 BAT_THERM
172 USB_IN_1
USB_IN_2
C1004 R1006 USB_ID 97 76 VCOIN C1005 47uF
1uF 47K/+-5% USB_ID_IN VCOIN

BATTERY CONNECOT 0603 0201_m03 C1006 10nF OVP_CP_DRV 171


162 OVP_CP_DRV
OVP_OUT 170 VPRE_BY P C1007 100nF
VPRE_BY P
VBATT C1008 100nF VDRV_P 167 154
VCHG VDRV_P VSW_CHG_1 166 VSW_CHG L1001 1uH
VSW_CHG_2

BMS_CSP 152
VPH_PWR_1 164
VPH_PWR_2 VPH_PWR
Place as close to PMIC R1008
10m/+-1% 110 C1009
as possible. BMS_CSM 156 GND_OVP 142 10uF
139 VBAT_SNS GND_CHG 109
BMS_CSM VBATT 151 VBAT_1 GND_CHG_PSUB
TP1007 TP1008 VBAT_2
*TP50* *TP50* C1010 C1011 163 65
VBAT_3 GND_DRV
4.7uF 100nF
1

C1014 C1015
47uF 47uF 143
0805_m095 0805_m095 VREF_BAT_THM 155 VCHG_1
VCHG 153 VCHG_2
C1012 C1013 165 GND_CHG_HP_1
140 GND_CHG_HP_2
R1009 BATFET_CP_DRV 92
4.7uF 4.7uF
CON1002 TP1005 TP1006 100K/+-1% GND1
5 0201_m03
5 4 64
4 C1016 GND2 74
1

3
3 BAT_ID GND3 75
2 BAT_THERM
2 1 DUMMY _C_0402 GND4 86
6 1 GND5 87
2

6 GND6 98
GND7
2

201-C0800-00414 99
ESD1005 GND8
ESD1006 ESD9B5.0ST5G
ESD9B5.0ST5G PM-8226-0-172WLNSP-TR-07-1-VV
1

1
1

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Charging Troubleshooting
In the event of charging issues, check charging voltages along the charging path:
Check the battery is inserted the CON1002 or not
Check battery ID voltage at TP1006 about 1V
Check thermistor voltage at TP1005 about 0.63V
Measure USB_PWR charger input voltage at TP1004. The voltage should
be between 4.75V~5.25V.

Measure VCHG voltage at C1012. The voltage should be lower the


USB_PWR.

Check battery voltage at CON1002 pin4. It should be 4.35V or lower. If


battery is 2.1 or 0, there maybe a short in the circuit somewhere. The battery
fault safe circuit is triggered.

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ALS + PROXIMITY SENSOR/
INDICATOR LED/
MICRO-SD/
MICRO-SIM/
TROUBLESHOOTING
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ALS + Proximity sensor
ALS + proximity sensor are built into U101
MSM8226 U401 uses I2C bus to communicate to U101

VREG_L19_2P85 R103 22R/+-5%

C101

4.7uF U101
VDD 8 1 SENSORS_I2C_SDA
VDD SDA
SENSORS_I2C_SCL 7 2 PROXIMITY _INT
SCL /INT
6 3
GND LDR
5 4

2
R102 0R/+-5% LEDA
LEDA NC
STK3310
2

2
C102 ESD101 ESD103
1uF AZ5A25-01F.R7G AZ5A25-01F.R7G

1
ESD102 ESD104
AZ5A25-01F.R7G AZ5A25-01F.R7G
1

I2C address: 0x48

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ALS + Proximity sensor (cont.)

sensor wrong
Check reading
I2C bus activities during ALS + proximity sensor access
(SENSORS_I2C_SDA, SENSORS_I2C_SCL)
Check CON101 on ALS + Proximity sensor FPC and CON2101 on phone
board are corrected soldering

In the event of ALS + proximity sensor issue at phone level:


Check for missing/missed alignment of rubber seal
Missing/missed alignment of rubber seal can cause ALS + proximity
sensor wrong reading

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Indicator LED

Status white LEDs is driven by U1001 PM8226 MPP_4 (pin 157)


VPH_PWR

+
1
LED102
16-213/T3D-CP2Q2TY /3T

-
2
WLED_SINK

2
ESD105
AZ5A25-01F.R7G

1
In the event of white status LED issue:
Check voltage at LED Anode (pin 2) and Cathode (pin 1) of LED102
LED Anode voltage = VPH_PWR and Cathode voltage = VPH_PWR
In the event of white status LED issue:

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Micro-SD
uSD connector is operated with its own power, detection and SDC bus
interface
CON103
MICRO SD CARD CONNECTOR

11

10
5040771891

11

10
8 SDC2_DATA_1
12 DAT1 7 SDC2_DATA_0
DETECT LEVER TERM
12 DAT0 6
SD_CARD_DET_N 15 VSS 5 SDC2_CLK
DETECT SWITCH TERM CLK 4
13 VDD 3 VREG_L18_2P95
1

SDC2_CMD
ESD112 13 CMD 2 SDC2_DATA_3
CD/DAT3 1 SDC2_DATA_2
DATA2
TVM0G100M010R
2

C109

1
C110
14

1
ESD105 ESD106 ESD107 ESD108 ESD109 ESD110 1uF
9

ESD111
16
14

TEA10402V05A0

TEA10402V05A0

TEA10402V05A0

TEA10402V05A0

TEA10402V05A0

TEA10402V05A0

TVM0G100M010R
2
2

2
In the event of uSD issue:
Do a through visual check on uSD connector CON103 for any sign of
mechanical contact issues
Insert uSD and detected SD_CARD_DET_N=low at TP1711
Check the voltage VREG_L18_2P95 at TP1712 on board level
Check uSD bus interface signal activities during uSD access (SDC_CLK,
SDC_CMD, uSD_DATA)
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SIM
Depending on the PCB board variant, there are up to 2 SIM connectors on
PCB board
Each SIM connector is operated independently with its own power,
detection and SIM bus interface
SIM1 CARD CONNECTOR
Sim card Insert Not Insert
Sim Det

Voltage 1.8V 0V(GND)


Level VREG_L22_UIM1
C101
C102
CON101 100nF
HD3 HD4
HD3 HD4
UIM1_DETECT DSW2
DSW2
C5 C1
C6 GND Vcc C2 UIM1_RST
VREG_L22_UIM1_VPP C7 Vpp RST C3
UIM1_DATA UIM1_CLK
I/O CLK

HD2_DSW1
HD2_DSW1 HD1
HD1
C107
SIM2 CARD CONNECTOR
SF56S006V4A

VREG_L23_UIM2

ESD103
C103
UIM1_DETECT 1 6 UIM1_CLK 100nF C104
CH1 CH5 CON102
2 5 HD3 HD4
UIM1_RST HD3 HD4
VN CH4
VREG_L22_UIM1 3 4 UIM1_DATA UIM2_DETECT DSW2
CH2 CH3 DSW2
C5 C1
AOZ8235DI GND Vcc
C6 C2 UIM2_RST
VREG_L23_UIM2 C7 Vpp RST C3
UIM2_DATA UIM2_CLK
I/O CLK
C108
HD2_DSW1 HD1
HD2_DSW1 HD1
SF56S006V4A

ESD104
VREG_L23_UIM2 1 6 UIM2_RST
CH1 CH5
2 5 UIM2_CLK
VN CH4
UIM2_DETECT 3 4 UIM2_DATA
CH2 CH3
AOZ8235DI

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SIM (cont.)

In the event of SIM issue:


Do a through visual check on SIM connector CON101/CON102 for any
sign of mechanical contact issues
Check SIM power at TP1701/ TP1714 and SIM card detection signal
TP1705/ TP1718 (active HIGH when SIM card is inserted)
Check SIM bus interface signal activities during SIM access
(UIMx_RST, UIMx_CLK, UIMx_DATA)

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TOUCH AND DISPLAY
TROUBLESHOOTING
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Module Shape
Receiver/Top speaker

PIN1
LCM+ TP FLEX

TP Driver IC

PIN41

Bottom speaker

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Assembly

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Schematic on Touch Panel Connector
TP_INT_N=1.8V (High)
VREG_LVS1_1P8
State change interrupt.
Low when touch event occurs
TP_RST_N from MSM GPIO_16
LCM/TP CONNECTOR R1808
100K/+-5%

TP_INT_N

TP_I2C_SCL

TP_RST_N

TP_I2C_SDA
V_TP_AVDD R1815 VREG_L15_3P1
R1811 V_TP_DVDD R1810
VREG_LVS1_1P8 V_TP_3P1

2
ESD1818 C1816 ESD1820 C1818 ESD1819 C1817 ESD1821 C1821 ESD1815
2

ESD1816 C1814
AZ5A25-01F.R7G

AZ5A25-01F.R7G

AZ5A25-01F.R7G

AZ5A25-01F.R7G

AZ5A25-01F.R7G

AZ5A25-01F.R7G
43
C1815 CON1801 100nF
41

43
100nF 39 41 40 DUMMY _C_0201 DUMMY _C_0201 DUMMY _C_0201 DUMMY _C_0201
39 40
I2C lines (SCL, SDA) should be

1
37 38
37 38
1

35 36
33 35 36 34
31
29
33
31
34
32
32
30
pulled up to 1.8V
27 29 30 28
25 27 28 26
23 25 26 24
21 23 24 22
19 21 22 20
17 19 20 18
15 17 18 16
13 15 16 14
11 13 14 12
9 11 12 10
7 9 10 8
5 7 8 6
3 5 6 4
3 4

TP AVDD POWER
1 2
42

1 2
GB3RF411-1101-7H
42

U1804
VPH_PWR
1
VDD CE
2
TP_AVDD_EN TP_AVDD_EN from MSM GPIO_73
4 3
V_TP_3P1 VOUT GND
RP102Z311D-TR-F

C1822 C1823
Output 3.1V to TP AVDD 1uF 1uF

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Troubleshooting

No touch:
1) Check touch connector and flexes on display flex and board level
connector CON1801
2) Check power supply voltages;
a. V_TP_3P1(C1823 ) = 3.1V
b. VREG_LVS1_1P8 (C1815) = 1.8V
3) Measure INT, RST,I2C signal are correct

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Schematic on LCM Connector

Backlight power

43
CON1801
41
Backlight power

43
39 41 40
37 39 40 38
35 37 38 36
33 35 36 34
31 33 34 32
LED+ 29 31 32 30
LED2- 27 29 30 28 LED1-
LCM_ID1 25 27 28 26 LCM_ID0
+5P5V 23 25 26 24 -5P5V
LCM_VIO R1803
21 23 24 22 LCD_IOVDD
2

ESD1809 ESD1810 ESD1806 19 21 22 20 PWM_LED R1814


17 19 20 18 VREG_L8_1P8
1

2
ESD1803 MIPI_DSI0_LANE2_P_1
15 17 18 16

2
AOZ8231ADI-12 MIPI_DSI0_LANE2_M_1 ESD1813 ESD1811 ESD1804 ESD1805 R1804
TVM0G360M300R

MIPI_DSI0_LANE1_M_1 13 15 16 14 MIPI_DSI0_LANE1_P_1 C1806 C1807


MIPI_DSI0_CLK_P_1 11 13 14 12 Digital I/O power to LCM

AZ5A25-01F.R7G

AZ5A25-01F.R7G

AOZ8231ADI-12

AZ5A25-01F.R7G
11 12
2

9 10 MIPI_DSI0_CLK_M_1 100nF 1uF


9 10
1

MIPI_DSI0_LANE0_M_1 7 8 MIPI_DSI0_LANE0_P_1
5 7 8 6 DISP_RESET_N
MIPI_DSI0_LANE3_P_1
5 6

1
3 4 MIPI_DSI0_LANE3_M_1
1 3 4 2
LCD_TE
Reset signal from MSM GPIO25
42

1 2
GB3RF411-1101-7H
42

+-5.5V power to LCM ESD1823


ESD1812 ESD1822

MIPI interface

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Schematic on LCM Power
(+/-5.5V, LED+,LED-,LED2-,LCD_IOVDD)
Back Light IC(Boost) LCM IO POWER
LED+ VPH_PWR
D1801
L1802 22uH BL_SW 1 2
VPH_PWR ANODE CATHODE
CRS13
U1803 C1808

A3
1uF
C3 D1
U1802

SW
IN OVP
A1
RP103K181D-TRB
BL_I2C_SDA A2 SDA
C1810 C1811 BL_I2C_SCL C1812 C1813 4 1
SCL 1uF DUMMY _C_0402 VDD VOUT LCD_IOVDD
4.7uF VREG_L6_1P8 R1812 100K/+-1%
B2 D3
BL_INT_N INTN ILED1 LED1-

d
3 2 C1809
LCD_IOVDD_EN

GND
B1 D2 CE GND

a
BL_EN HWEN ILED2 LED2- 1uF
PWM_LED C1 C1819 C1820

GND
C2 PWM

5
VREG_L6_1P8 SEL
R1813 LM3630ATMX R1807
B3

10K/+-5% DUMMY _R_0201


DUMMY _C_0402
DUMMY _C_0402

SEL-->VIN
I2C address: 0x38
SEL-->GND VPH_PWR
I2C address: 0x36

Troubleshooting Tips: C1801


4.7uF
U1801
C1 D1 LCM_SW L1801 4.7uH
VIN SW
E3
a. LCD_IOVDD_EN GPIO_10 (R1807) OUTP +5P5V

b. LCD BIAS_P_EN GPIO_12 (R1802) b LCD BIAS_P_EN


B1 REG1
D3
E2 C1803
C1802
4.7uF

c
A1 ENP REG2 4.7uF
c. LCD BIAS_N_EN GPIO_13 (R1801) LCD BIAS_N_EN
B2
ENN

d. BL_EN GPIO_5 (R1813) BL_I2C_SCL


C2
SCL
OUTN
A2
-5P5V
BL_I2C_SDA
above signal are from MSM when the LCM on, B3
SDA
C3
C1804
4.7uF
enable signal should be pull up to 1.8V E1
D2
PGND1
PGND2
CFLY 1
A3 C1805
AGND CFLY 2
e. I2C lines (SCL, SDA) should be pulled up to 1.8V 2.2uF

TPS65132A0Y FFR
R1801 R1802

DUMMY _R_0201 DUMMY _R_0201

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Troubleshooting

No display:
1. Check Backlight Power Supply voltages:
a. LED+ (C1812)
b. LED1- (C1819)
c. LED2- (C1820)
2. Check LCM Power Supply voltages:
a. +5.5V (C1802)
b. -5.5V (C1804)
c. LCD_IOVDD (C1809)

Check to make sure there is data activity on all MIPI differential pair
lines while display is on (TP1801,TP1802,TP1803,TP1804).

Check reset line CON1801 pin 22. It should be set high (1.8V) after
power on.

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CAMERA TROUBLESHOOTING

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Rear Camera

n The image sensor is a diagonal 5.7 mm (Type 1/3.2) CMOS active pixel type
image sensor with a square pixel array and 8.08M effective pixels.
n The sensor consists of a minimum of 3280 active horizontal pixels and 2464
active vertical pixels.
n This module has an Auto Focus (AF) module with integrated driver (VCM).
n Data interface: (1 pair-clk, 4 pair-data) mobile industry processor interface
(MIPI). I2C is used for control.
n Analog Supply regulator (2.8V) located on Main PCB.

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Rear Camera (cont.)
8M REAR CAMERA
VREG_L28_2P8

1
C1901
ESD1906 CON1901
4.7uF TVM0G100M010R 2 1 MIPI_CSI0_LANE1_P_1
4 2 1 3 MIPI_CSI0_LANE1_M_1
4 3

2
MIPI_CSI0_LANE2_P_1 6 5 MIPI_CSI0_LANE3_P_1
MIPI_CSI0_LANE2_M_1 8 6 5 7 MIPI_CSI0_LANE3_M_1
MIPI_CSI0_LANE0_P_1 10 8 7 9
MIPI_CSI0_LANE0_M_1 12 10 9 11
MIPI_CSI0_CLK_P_1 14 12 11 13
16 14 13 15 CAM_I2C_SDA
MIPI_CSI0_CLK_M_1
18 16 15 17 CAM_I2C_SCL
VREG_L19_2P85 R1905 VREG_L5_1P2
20 18 17 19
22 20 19 21 RCAM_RST_N
R1903 L1901 600R RCAM_AVDD
V_RCAM_AVDD_2P8 24 22 21 23
R1904 RCAM_DOVDD RCAM_MCLK R1901
RCAM_DOVDD_1P8 24 23 CAM_MCLK0

VREG_LVS1_1P8 R1906 DF30FC-24DS-0.4V(81)

1
C1902 C1903 ESD1912 ESD1911 ESD1904 ESD1913 ESD1901 ESD1903 ESD1902
C1920
4.7uF 4.7uF

TVM0G100M010R

TVM0G100M010R

TVM0G100M010R

TVM0G100M010R

TVM0G100M010R

TVM0G100M010R

TVM0G100M010R
4.7uF C1918
2

2
100pF

When rear camera assemble correctly and app turn on, there is no function

Troubleshooting Tips1:
REAR CAM DOVDD POWER
a. Check Main reference clk = 24Mhz
b. Check MIPI data/clk exist on all lines VPH_PWR
C1904
After imager APP is launched. 1uF U1901
RP114K181D-TRB
c. Check VREG_L5_1P2 is high (1.2V), C1920 4
VDD VOUT
1
RCAM_DOVDD_1P8
C1905
d. Check V_RCAM_AVDD_2P8= 2.8V, L1901

GND1
3 2
RCAM_DOVDD_EN CE GND 1uF

e. Check RCAM_DOVDD_1P8 = 1.8V, C1903

5
f. Check VREG_L28_2P8 = 2.8V, C1901
REAR CAM AVDD POWER
g. Check I2C clk/sda activity is present.
h. Check reset is high (1.8V), CON1901 pin19 VPH_PWR
C1922

Troubleshooting Tips2: 1uF U1905


RP114K281D-TRB

a. RCAM_AVDD_EN (GPIO_27)
4 1
VDD VOUT V_RCAM_AVDD_2P8

GND1
C1921
b. RCAM_DOVDD_EN (GPIO_33) RCAM_AVDD_EN
3
CE GND
2
1uF

above signal are from MSM when the LCM on,

5
enable signal should be pull up to 1.8V

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Front Camera
The sensor is a diagonal 2.59 mm (Type 1/6.95) back-illuminated type CMOS
image sensor with a square pixel array and approx. 2.4 M effective pixels.
The sensor consists of a minimum of 1976 active horizontal pixels and 1200
active vertical pixels.
The Module is capable of auto exposure, white balance, color correction, and
color conversion.
This device provides a finished image at up to 30 fps (frames per second)
image data at 1976x1200 full resolution on a mobile device to enable image
capture and video clip capture.
Analog Supply regulator (2.8V) located on PCB.

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Front Camera (cont.)
VREG_L19_2P85 R1907

R1909 0R/+-5% L1902 600R FCAM_AVDD


V_FCAM_AVDD_2P8

VREG_LVS1_1P8 R1908

R1910 FCAM_DOVDD
FCAM_DOVDD_1P8

2
C1909 C1913

4.7uF 4.7uF ESD1914 ESD1915


AZ5A25-01F.R7G AZ5A25-01F.R7G 2M FRONT CAMERA

1
VREG_L5_1P2 CON1902
25 26
25 26

2
C1915 1 2
ESD1916 3 1 2 4
4.7uF AZ5A25-01F.R7G TP1919 1 FCAM_XVS 5 3 4 6
7 5 6 8 1 TP1912
9 7 8 10 1 TP1913
9 10

1
11 12
CAM_I2C_SDA 13 11 12 14 MIPI_CSI1_CLK_P_1
CAM_I2C_SCL 15 13 14 16 MIPI_CSI1_CLK_M_1
FCAM_STANDBY _N 17 15 16 18
R1902 FCAM_MCLK
CAM_MCLK0 19 17 18 20 MIPI_CSI1_LANE0_P_1
21 19 20 22 MIPI_CSI1_LANE0_M_1
23 21 22 24

2
ESD1907 ESD1908 ESD1910 ESD1909
C1919 23 24
DUMMY _C_0201 27 28

AZ5A25-01F.R7G

AZ5A25-01F.R7G

AZ5A25-01F.R7G

AZ5A25-01F.R7G
27 28
BM20B(0.6)-24DS-0.4V(51)

1
When front camera assemble correctly and app turn on, there is no function FRONT CAM AVDD POWER
Troubleshooting Tips1: VPH_PWR
C1907
a. Check CAM_MCLK0 = 24Mhz, C1919 1uF U1903
b. Check MIPI data/clk exist on all lines 4
RP114K281D-TRB
1
VDD VOUT V_FCAM_AVDD_2P8
After imager APP is launched.

GND1
C1911
3 2
c. Check VREG_L5_1P2 is high (1.2V), C1915 FCAM_AVDD_EN CE GND 1uF

d. Check V_FCAM_AVDD_2P8= 2.8V, L1902

5
e. Check FCAM_DOVDD_1P8= 1.8V, C1913 FRONT CAM DOVDD POWER
f. Check I2C clk/sda activity is present.
g. Check reset is high (1.8V), CON1902 pin15 VPH_PWR
C1906

Troubleshooting Tips2: 1uF U1902


RP114K181D-TRB
4 1
a. FCAM_AVDD_EN (GPIO_34) VDD VOUT
C1910
FCAM_DOVDD_1P8

GND1
b. FCAM_DOVDD_EN (GPIO_36) FCAM_DOVDD_EN
3
CE GND
2
1uF
above signal are from MSM when the LCM on,

5
enable signal should be pull up to 1.8V

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FLASH-LED
Flash LED Driver used for camera flash
Still image flash controlled via SW control programming MSM8226 GPIOs.
Torch Mode (LED continuously on in video mode) controlled via MSM8226 GPIOs.
Flash duration and brightness configured via I2C.
Low current torch mode used for image pre-capture.

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FLASH-LED
From MSM8226 signal Flash LED Driver
U1904

A3
LM3642TLX NOPB
TP1920

GND
C3 *TP50*
FLASH_I2C_SCL C2 SCL
FLASH_I2C_SDA C1 SDA
FLASH_TORCH TX/TORCH

1
B2 B1
FLASH_STROBE STROBE LED FLASH_OUT

VPH_PWR

B3 A1

SW
IN OUT

FLASH-LED connects to

A2
C1916 C1917
L1903 1uH FLASH_SW
10uF 10uF
FLASH_OUT via ex
assembly.
Troubleshooting Tips:
FLASH LED
Check VPH_PWR supply (always on). FLASH_OUT

Check output voltage on FLASH_OUT is about 3.0V at

2
TP1920 when FLASH event is enabled. LED101
LUW CAEP.G4-MY NX-G3-1-A00-R18-Z-XX / Q65111A3068

Check CON1701 are making good connection with


FLASH-LED assembly. 1

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VIBRATOR AND SENSORS
TROUBLESHOOTING
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Vibrator
VIBRATOR
L101 68nH VDP
VPH_PWR

1
C111

1
DUMMY_C_0201
100nF ESD101 VIB101
2

1
ESD7951ST5G
C113 D101 + 3
1 3

2
PMEG3005EL -

2
BMR-3135A

Control by PM IC

2
VIB_DRV_N L102 68nH VDN

1
1
ESD102
- The vibrator is controlled by PMIC. ESD7951ST5G

2
- Driving voltage is about 1.9V when
alert operation event occur. 2

Troubleshooting tips
No operation: Check driving voltage and check if vibrator shaft is bent.
Noisy operation: Check if vibrator shaft is bent.

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Sensor G + E-Compass
1.8V
SupplVREG_LVS1_1P8
SENSORS_I2C_SCL
SENSORS_I2C_SDA
I2C Signal
y

2.85V Supply
U2101

12
13
14
BMC150
Interrupt

PS
CSB

SDI
VREG_L19_2P85
11
10 SCK SDO
1
2 VREG_LVS1_1P8 Signal
9 VDDIO INT1 3 G-SENSOR_INT1
8 GND INT2 4 G-SENSOR_INT2

INT3
GND
GND
VDD DRDY

C2102

7
6
5
100nF C2103
100nF E-COMPASS_INT

I2C address:
SDO-->VIO
G-Sensor: 0x11 E-Compass: 0x13
SDO-->GND
G-Sensor: 0x10 E-Compass: 0x12

Troubleshooting tips
No operation: Check if supply voltages (VREG_LVS1_1P8=1.8 and
VREG_L19_2P85= 2.85) are correct.
Check if I2C and interrupt signals are operating when the sensor is in
operation mode.
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Sensor Gyro
Gyro
VREG_LVS1_1P8
2.85V Supply
VREG_L19_2P85 R2102
100K/+-5% INT signal
GY RO_INT2_N
1.8V Supply
C2101
100nF U2102

12
BMG160 VREG_LVS1_1P8
1 11

INT2
2 NC GNDIO 10
3 VDD VDDIO 9
VREG_LVS1_1P8 4 GND SDx 8 SENSORS_I2C_SDA
5 INT1 SDO 7 C2104

PS
CSB SCx SENSORS_I2C_SCL
100nF

6
R2101 VREG_LVS1_1P8
100K/+-5%
INT signal
I2C address:
GY RO_INT1_N
SDO-->GND
Gyro: 0x68 I2C signal
SDO-->VIO
Gyro: 0x69
Troubleshooting tips
No operation: Check if supply voltages (VREG_LVS1_1P8=1.8 and
VREG_L19_2P85= 2.85) are correct.
Check if I2C and interrupt signals are operating when the sensor is in
operation mode.
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Sensor Hall Effect Sensor

HALL SENSOR

VREG_L6_1P8 U2103

C2107 4 3
100nF Vdd NC
2
GND
5 1
HALL_SENSOR_INT OUTPUT NC

AH1883-ZG-7

Troubleshooting tips
No operation: Check supply voltage VREG_L6_1P8 = 1.8
Check if HALL_SENSOR_INT goes low when a magnetic is closed.

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AUDIO TROUBLESHOOTING

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Audio Devices
Secondary Microphone 3.5mm Headset Jack
Earpiece/
Top Speaker

Front view Back view


BACK

Bottom
Primary Microphone
Speaker
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Mic Locations and Functions

Functional Name: Secondary


Microphone

Factory Nomenclature: Noise


cancelling mic, mic 2

Uses:
Noise suppression for voice calls
Multimedia audio recording

Functional Name: Main Microphone

Factory Nomenclature: Primary,


mic 1 Front view
Uses:
Speech in handset and
speakerphone modes

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No Audio Complaints

The FQC mode can be used to verify a broken audio path.


The Receiver Test for receiver function testing
The Speaker Test for speaker function testing
The Headset loopback Test for headset function testing
The Mic1 Headset loopback Test for MIC1 function testing
The Mic2 Headset loopback Test for MIC2 function testing

If someone function is not work, this function may be damaged.

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Earpiece Speaker (Receiver)

SPK/RCV SWITCH
TOP SPEAKER AMP
VREG_L6_1P8

VPH_PWR
EAR10_P C1653 0R/+-5% EAR_P_1 R1643 300K/+-1% EAR_P_IN
EAR10_M C1650 0R/+-5% EAR_M_1 R1644 300K/+-1% EAR_M_IN C1641 C1642 C1645

1
100nF 100nF 10uF ESD1613
C1633 AOZ8231ADI-12
1nF
U1607 TP1613
T_SPK_IN_P B3 C2
B2 PGND EN TOP_SPK_AMP_EN SP1603

10
PVDD

1
B1 A2 1

8
U1606 T_SPK_OUTP-2 L1612 NP T_SPK_P_CON QP-15G
VDD GND R1632 1

1A
1B0

VCC
EAR_P_IN 1 7 SPK_RCV_SW_P C1 C3 T_SPK_OUTP-1 NP
1B1 S1 IN- Vo+ R1633 C1638
2 6 SPK_RCV_SEL A1 A3
T_SPK_IN_M SPK_RCV_SW_N T_SPK_OUTN-1 NP

GND
2B0 S2 IN+ Vo- SP1604

2B1

2A
TPA2011D1Y FFR T_SPK_OUTN-2 L1606 NP T_SPK_M_CON 1 QP-15G
FSA2269UMX 1

1
EAR_M_IN
C1639
1nF TP1614

C1649 10nF T_SPK_P R1641 30K/+-1% T_SPK_IN_P U1606 ESD1614


LINE_OUT_T_SPK
C1646 10nF T_SPK_M R1642 30K/+-1% T_SPK_IN_M AOZ8231ADI-12
SPK_RCV_SEL

2
RCV HIGH

SPK LOW

Checking if any open happened on the earpiece speaker series components.


Checking if any short to ground happened in the shunt components

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Top Speaker
SPK/RCV SWITCH
TOP SPEAKER AMP
VREG_L6_1P8

VPH_PWR
EAR10_P C1653 0R/+-5% EAR_P_1 R1643 300K/+-1% EAR_P_IN
EAR10_M C1650 0R/+-5% EAR_M_1 R1644 300K/+-1% EAR_M_IN C1641 C1642 C1645

1
100nF 100nF 10uF ESD1613
C1633 AOZ8231ADI-12
1nF
U1607 TP1613
T_SPK_IN_P B3 C2
B2 PGND EN TOP_SPK_AMP_EN SP1603

10
PVDD

1
B1 A2 1

8
U1606 T_SPK_OUTP-2 L1612 NP T_SPK_P_CON QP-15G
VDD GND R1632 1

1A
1B0

VCC
EAR_P_IN 1 7 SPK_RCV_SW_P C1 C3 T_SPK_OUTP-1 NP
1B1 S1 IN- Vo+ R1633 C1638
2 6 SPK_RCV_SEL A1 A3
T_SPK_IN_M SPK_RCV_SW_N T_SPK_OUTN-1 NP

GND
2B0 S2 IN+ Vo- SP1604

2B1

2A
TPA2011D1Y FFR T_SPK_OUTN-2 L1606 NP T_SPK_M_CON 1 QP-15G
FSA2269UMX 1

1
EAR_M_IN
C1639
1nF TP1614

C1649 10nF T_SPK_P R1641 30K/+-1% T_SPK_IN_P U1606 ESD1614


LINE_OUT_T_SPK
C1646 10nF T_SPK_M R1642 30K/+-1% T_SPK_IN_M AOZ8231ADI-12
SPK_RCV_SEL

2
RCV HIGH

SPK LOW

Checking if any open happened on the speaker series components


Checking if any short to ground happened in shunt components
The loudspeaker can be probed at TP1613 and TP1614
The impedance of the loudspeaker should be around 8 when probing on
component
The output is a class D waveform (sample wave shown below)

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Bottom Speaker
VPH_PWR

BOTTOM SPEAKER AMP

1
C1619 C1620 C1658
ESD1606
100nF 10uF AOZ8231ADI-12

U1605 C1622 TP1610


B3 C2 1nF
B2 PGND EN BOT_SPK_AMP_EN SP1601
PVDD

1
B1 A2 B_SPK_OUTP-2 L1615 NP B_SPK_P_CON 1 QP-15G
VDD GND R1634 1
C1626 10nF B_SPK_P R1630 30K/+-1% B_SPK_IN_P C1 C3 B_SPK_OUTP-1 NP
LINE_OUT_B_SPK IN- Vo+ R1635 C1628
C1627 10nF B_SPK_M R1631 30K/+-1% B_SPK_IN_M A1 A3 B_SPK_OUTN-1 NP
IN+ Vo- SP1602
TPA2011D1Y FFR B_SPK_OUTN-2 L1616 NP B_SPK_M_CON 1 QP-15G
1

1
C1632
1nF TP1611

ESD1609
AOZ8231ADI-12

2
Checking if any open happened on the speaker series components
Checking if any short to ground happened in the shunt components
The loudspeaker can be probed at TP1610 and TP1611
The impedance of the loudspeaker should be around 8 when probing on
component
The output is a class D waveform (sample wave shown below)

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Primary Microphone
MAIN MIC MIC_BIAS1

TP1609 MIC1_BIAS R1628 1K/+-5%


T_POINT_S2

4
MIC1601

1
C1624

VDD
1
ESD1608
L1607 1K MIC1_OUTP_1 1 4.7uF
MIC_IN1_P OUTPUT

TVM0G100M010R
2
GND4
GND3
GND2
GND1
ESD1607
C1625 SFI0402-120E330NP-LF

MOE-C110R38-K1

6
5
3
2
MIC_IN1_M L1608 1K

C1629 C1630

Close to WCD9302

If the Primary mic is not functioning


Check mic bias at C1624. This should be 1.8V when the microphone is
enabled.
Check the microphone assembly to make certain it is not damaged, which may
indicate a broken diaphragm

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Secondary Microphone
ECHO MIC MIC_BIAS1
TP1612 MIC2_BIAS R1636 1K/+-5%
T_POINT_S2

2
MIC1602
ESD1611 C1635

VDD
1
L1609 1K MIC2_OUTP_1 1 4.7uF

AOZ8231ADI-12
MIC_IN3_P OUTPUT

2
ESD1610

GND4
GND3
GND2
GND1

1
C1634

AOZ8231ADI-12
MOE-C110R38-K1

6
5
3
2
1
MIC_IN3_M L1611 1K

C1636 C1637

Close to WCD9302

If the Secondary mic is not functioning


Check mic bias at C1635. This should be 1.8V when the microphone is
enabled.
Check the microphone assembly to make certain it is not damaged, which
may indicate a broken diaphragm

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3.5mm Headset TP1602
*TP50*

1
CDC_HPH_REF L1605 70R

DUMMY 1601
DUMMY -SHORT 0201

C1640
TP1601 R1604 0R/+-5% DTV_ANT_1
DTV_ANT
*TP50*
HEADSET 12nH
Unmount. C1605

1
DUMMY _C_0201
C1654
6pF
CON1601
R1611 20K/+-1%
MBHC_IN TP1604 TP1603 HPH_GND 2
*TP50* *TP50* 3
4

1
R1601 HPH-C_L_1 L1601 1000R HPH-C-JACK_L_CON
HPH_L
HPH-C_R_1 L1602 1000R HPH-C-JACK_R_CON
DUMMY -SHORT 0201 C1602 L1603 1000R HS_DET_N_CON 5
R1606 L1604 1000R HPH_MIC_CON 1
C1601 33pF DUMMY _R_0201

1
DUMMY _C_0201
ESD1601 ESD1602 ESD1603 ESD1604 ESD1615 AJ017-14346A01
C1655 C1656
150pF 150pF

TEA10402V05A0

TEA10402V05A0

TEA10402V05A0

AOZ8231ADI-12

TEA10402V05A0
HPH_R R1607

2
1
DUMMY -SHORT 0201 C1608

C1607 33pF
DUMMY _C_0201 TP1605
*TP50*
DUMMY 1602

1
FM_ANT
FM_ANTENNA

Close to WCD9302 DUMMY -SHORT 0201


C1657
DUMMY _C_0201

2014/02/26: change to 0201 size

HEADSET MIC
TP1608
*TP50*

HPH_MIC_P_2 C1611 0R/+-5% HPH_MIC_P_1 C1612 2.2nF


HPH_MIC_P
1
C3

A3

C1614 ESD1605
C3

A3

33pF IP4049CX5/LF R1623


B2 2.2K/+-1%
B2
C1

A1
C1

A1

HPH_MIC_M_2 C1615 0R/+-5% HPH_MIC_M_1 C1616 5.9K/+-1%


HPH_MIC_M

C1618 R1626
33pF 2.2K/+-1%

MIC_BIAS2

Close to WCD9302

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Debug Procedure: Headset
At built level:
Check the pins on the headset jack for any bent pins or missing pins.

On the PCB:
Checking if any open happened on the earpiece speaker series components.
Checking if any short to ground happened in the shunt components

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Key TROUBLESHOOTING

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PWR KEY
PM_RESIN_N R2001
TP2001 *TP50*
DUMMY _R_0201 SW2001
R2002 200R/+-1% PWR_KEY _CON 1 3
PHONE_ON_N 1 1'

2 1
ESD2001 2 4

2
C2001 2 2'
PESD5V0U1BL
EVPANDE1A

1
DUMMY _C_0201

1
VREG_L6_1P8
VOLUME UP
R2005
47K/+-5%
0201_m03 TP2004 *TP50*
SW2002
1 3
KB_VOL_UP 1 1'

2 1
ESD2002 2 4

2
2 2'
PESD5V0U1BL
EVPANDE1A

1
1
VREG_L6_1P8
VOLUME DOWN
R2006
100K/+-5%
TP2005 *TP50*
SW2003
1 3
KB_VOL_DOWN 2 1
1 1'

ESD2005 2 4
2

2 2'
PESD5V0U1BL
EVPANDE1A
1
1

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Debug Procedure
At built level:
Check the pins on the keys for any bent or missing pins.

On the PCB:
Checking if any open happened on the key series components.
Checking if any short to ground happened in the shunt components

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WCDMA / GSM
TROUBLESHOOTING
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UMTS DTV BLOCK DIAGRAM

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UMTS DS/SS BLOCK DIAGRAM

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UMTS AWS BLOCK DIAGRAM

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WCDMA/GSM RADIO CHECK

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TXM Schematic

TXM voltage

GSM HB Rx SAW
GSM HB LNA matching of WTR2605

TXM front end matching

TXM voltage

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WCDMA B1 Tx and Rx

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WCDMA B1 TX Check Chart No TX
START

CHECK & REPLACE


WTR2605 FAIL R2201,R2204,R2206,R2208,R2210,R2212,R2213,R220
Voltage 7,R2202,R2203,R2205,L2201,R2209,R2211,R2214,R2
CHECK ? 215

OK

TX VOLTAGE FAIL
CHECK? CHECK & REPLACE
C2701,C2702,C2703

OK

PA MODE & FAIL


MATCH CHECK & REPLACE
CHECK? C2715,C2710,R2701,L2701,U2701

OK

DUPLEXER & FAIL CHECK & REPLACE


TXM
U2702,C2713,L2704,C2608,C2601,C2625,U2603,C2629
CHECK ?
U2601
OK

RF FAIL
CONNECTOR CHECK & REPLACE
CHECK ? CON2601
OK

TX LEVEL FAIL
CHECK ?
2 Go to TX CHECK CHART- Low TX
OK

END

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WCDMA B1 TX Check Chart Low TX
2

OK

WTR2605 FAIL CHECK & REPLACE


TX Level R2701
CHECK ? PDM = 82 (set same PDM count and compare Tx
power level with a good unit)

OK

FAIL CHECK & REPLACE


PA GAIN & DPX
R2701,U2701,L2701,U2702,C2713,L2704
LOSS
PAM Gain = 26 dB in high gain mode
CHECK ?
DPX Loss = 1.5~3 dB

OK

TXM LOSS FAIL


CHECK & REPLACE
CHECK ? L2704,C2625,U2603,U2601,C2629

OK

RF FAIL
CONNECTOR CHECK & REPLACE
CON2601
CHECK

OK

END

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WCDMA B1 RX Check Chart

START

XO CHECK & REPLACE


FAIL C2306,C2308
Frequency
CHECK ? XO Frequency = 19.2 MHz

OK

WTR2605 CHECK & REPLACE


FAIL R2201,R2204,R2206,R2208,R2210,R2212,R2213,R220
Voltage
CHECK ? 7,R2202,R2203,R2205,L2201,R2209,R2211,R2214,R2
215

OK

FAIL CHECK & REPLACE


DPX
U2702,C2713,L2704
MATCHING
CHECK ?

FAIL
OK

TXM&RF FAIL
OK
CONNECTOR
CHECK ? CHECK & REPLACE
U2601,C2625,U2603,C2629,C2608,C2601,CON2601
OK

END

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B1 TRX Circuits (PA + DPX )

PA voltage
Input Matching for LNA of WTR2605

DUP

PA
Input match for PA Output match for PA

Matching for duplexer


antenna port

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B1 TRX Circuits (WTR + PA + DPX + TXM) Layout
WTR0_PA_ON_B1
WTR0_PA_R0

B1 PA output
matching

Matching
for DP
Ant port
WTR2605
B1 DPX

TXM
matching
for
Connector

WTR2605 LNA input


matching

ANT CON

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WCDMA B2 TX Check Chart No TX
START

CHECK & REPLACE


WTR2605 FAIL R2201,R2204,R2206,R2208,R2210,R2212,R2213,R220
Voltage 7,R2202,R2203,R2205,L2201,R2209,R2211,R2214,R2
CHECK ? 215

OK

TX VOLTAGE FAIL
CHECK? CHECK & REPLACE
C2801,C2802,C2803

OK

PA MODE & FAIL


MATCH CHECK & REPLACE
CHECK? C2819,C2811,C2809,L2801,U2801

OK

DUPLEXER & FAIL


SP10T CHECK & REPLACE
CHECK ? U2802,C2812,L2804,C2601,C2608,C2625,U2601
OK

RF FAIL
CONNECTOR CHECK & REPLACE
CHECK ? CON2601
OK

TX LEVEL FAIL
CHECK ?
2 Go to TX CHECK CHART- Low TX
OK

END

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WCDMA B2 TX Check Chart Low TX
2

OK

WTR2605 FAIL CHECK & REPLACE


TX Level R2801
CHECK ? PDM = 82 (set same PDM count and compare Tx
power level with a good unit)

OK

CHECK & REPLACE


PA GAIN & DPX FAIL R2801,C2809,C2810,C2801,C2803,L2801,
LOSS U2802,L2804,C2812
CHECK ? PA Gain = 26~30 dB in high gain mode
DPX Loss = 2.1~2.9 dB

OK

TXM LOSS FAIL


CHECK & REPLACE
CHECK ? L2804,U2601,C2625,U2603,C2629

OK

RF FAIL
CONNECTOR CHECK & REPLACE
C2601
CHECK

OK

END

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WCDMA B2 RX Check Chart

START

XO CHECK & REPLACE


FAIL C2306,C2308
Frequency
CHECK ? XO Frequency = 19.2 MHz

OK

WTR2605 CHECK & REPLACE


FAIL R2201,R2204,R2206,R2208,R2210,R2212,R2213,R220
Voltage
CHECK ? 7,R2202,R2203,R2205,L2201,R2209,R2211,R2214,R2
215

OK

FAIL CHECK & REPLACE


DPX &
U2802,L2804,C2812
MATCHING
CHECK ?

OK

RF CON. FAIL
CHECK & REPLACE
&TXM U2601,C2625,U2603,C2629,C2608,C2601,CON2601
OK
CHECK ?

OK

END

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B2 TRX Circuits (PA + DPX)

Input match for PA PA voltage PA voltage

DUP

Input Matching for LNA


Output match for PA of WTR2605
Matching for DPX
antenna port

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B2 TRX Circuits (WTR + PA + DPX + TXM) Layout
WTR0_PA_R0

WTR0_PA_ON_B2

PA output matching

Matching for
TXM antenna
port

Input Matching for


DPX matching LNA of WTR2605

ANT CON
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WCDMA B4 Tx and Rx

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WCDMA B4 Tx Check Chart No TX
START

CHECK & REPLACE


WTR2605 F
R2201,R2204,R2206,R2208,R2210,R2212,R2213,R220
Voltage AIL 7,R2202,R2203,R2205,L2201,R2209,R2211,R2214,R2
CHECK ? 215

O
K

TX VOLTAGE F
CHECK? AIL CHECK & REPLACE
C2724,C2725,C2723

O
K
PA MODE & F
MATCH CHECK & REPLACE
AIL
CHECK? C2716,R2706,C2724,C2725,C2715,C261
7,C2618,U2705,C2726,C2704
O
K
DUPLEXER & F CHECK & REPLACE
TXM AIL U2702,L2704,C2713,C2601,C2608,C2625,U
CHECK ?
2601,U2603,C2629
O
K

RF F
CONNECTOR AIL CHECK & REPLACE
CHECK ? CON2601
O
K
TX LEVEL F
CHECK ? AIL 2 Go to TX CHECK CHART- Low TX
O
K
END

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WCDMA B4 Tx Check Chart Low TX
2

O
K

WTR2605 FCHECK & REPLACE


TX Level AIL C2176,R2706
CHECK ? PDM = 79 (set same PDM count and compare Tx
power level with a good unit)

O
K

CHECK & REPLACE


PA GAIN & DPX FUC2716,R2706,C2724,C2725,C2715,C2617,C2618,U2
LOSS AIL
705,C2726,C2704,U2702,L2704,C2713
CHECK ? PAM Gain = 26~30 dB in high gain mode
DPX Loss = 1.5~2 dB

O
K

TXM LOSS F
AIL CHECK & REPLACE
CHECK ? L2704,C2625,U2601,U2603,C2629

O
K

RF F
CONNECTOR AIL CHECK & REPLACE
CON2601
CHECK

O
K
END

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WCDMA B4 RX Check Chart

START

XO CHECK & REPLACE


F C2306,C2308
Frequency AIL
CHECK ? XO Frequency = 19.2 MHz

O
K
WTR2605 CHECK & REPLACE
F R2201,R2204,R2206,R2208,R2210,R2212,R2213,R220
Voltage AIL
CHECK ? 7,R2202,R2203,R2205,L2201,R2209,R2211,R2214,R2
215

O
K

F CHECK & REPLACE


DPX &
AIL U2702,L2704,C2713
MATCHING
CHECK ?

O
K

RF CON.& F CHECK & REPLACE


TXM CHECK ? AIL U2601,C2625,U2603,C2629,C2608,C2601,CON2601
O
K

O
K
END

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WCDMA B4 TX AND RX
B4 LNA Matching
B4 Duplexer&
Tx Matching

B4 TX
WTR Output

B4 RX
B4 Duplexer WTR Input
Antenna Port

PA voltage

B4 PA output Matching

PA input matching
U2705 ( B4 PA )

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WCDMA B4 TRX LAYOUT (WTR + PA + DPX +TXM)
WTR0_PA_ON_B1

Output match
for PA

WTR0_PA_R0
WTR0_PA_R1

Matching for
TXM antenna WTR2605
port

B4 DPX& Matching Input Matching for


LNA of WTR2605

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WCDMA B5 Tx and Rx

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WCDMA B5 TX Check Chart No TX
START

CHECK & REPLACE


WTR2605 FAIL R2201,R2204,R2206,R2208,R2210,R2212,R2213,R220
Voltage 7,R2202,R2203,R2205,L2201,R2209,R2211,R2214,R2
CHECK ? 215

OK

TX VOLTAGE FAIL
CHECK? CHECK & REPLACE
C2801,C2802,C2803

OK

PA MODE & FAIL


MATCH CHECK & REPLACE
CHECK? R2801,C2809,C2810,C2801,C2803,L2801

OK

DUPLEXER & FAIL CHECK & REPLACE


TXM
U2802,L2804,C2812,C2601,C2608,C2625,U2601,U2603,C2629
CHECK ?
OK
FAIL
RF
CONNECTOR CHECK & REPLACE
CHECK ? CON2601
OK

TX LEVEL FAIL
CHECK ?
2 Go to TX CHECK CHART- Low TX
OK

END

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WCDMA B5 TX Check Chart Low TX
2

OK

WTR2605 FAIL CHECK & REPLACE


TX Level R2801
CHECK ? PDM = 80 (set same PDM count and compare Tx
power level with a good unit)

OK

CHECK & REPLACE


PA GAIN & DPX FAIL R2801,C2809,C2810,C2801,C2803,L2805,
LOSS U2803,R2805,C2818
CHECK ? PA Gain = 26~30 dB in high gain mode
DPX Loss = 2.0~3.5 dB

OK

TXM LOSS FAIL


CHECK & REPLACE
CHECK ? L2805,C2625,U2601,U2603,C2629

OK

RF FAIL
CONNECTOR CHECK & REPLACE
CON2601
CHECK

OK

END

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WCDMA B5 RX Check Chart

START

XO CHECK & REPLACE


FAIL C2306,C2308
Frequency
CHECK ? XO Frequency = 19.2 MHz

OK

WTR2605 CHECK & REPLACE


FAIL R2201,R2204,R2206,R2208,R2210,R2212,R2213,R220
Voltage
CHECK ? 7,R2202,R2203,R2205,L2201,R2209,R2211,R2214,R2
215

OK

FAIL CHECK & REPLACE


DPX &
U2803,R2805,C2818
MATCHING
CHECK ?

OK

TXM FAIL CHECK & REPLACE


RF CON.
C2601,C2608,C2625,U2601,U2603,C2629,CON2601
CHECK
OK ?

OK

END

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B5 TRX Circuits (PA + DPX )

PA voltage

Input match for PA PA voltage

PA Output matching
Input Matching for LNA
of WTR2605
DUP

Matching for
duplexer antenna
port

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B5 TRX Circuits (WTR + PA + DPX + TXM) Layout
Input match
WTR0_PA_ON_B5 for PA

WTR0_PA_R0

Output
match for
PA

Input Matching
for LNA of
WTR2605

DPX matching
for ANT port

Matching for
TXM antenna
port

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WCDMA B8 Tx and Rx

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WCDMA B8 TX Check Chart No TX
START

WTR2605 CHECK & REPLACE


Voltage FAIL R2201,R2204,R2206,R2208,R2210,R2212,R2213,R220
CHECK ? 7,R2202,R2203,R2205,L2201,R2209,R2211,R2214,R2
215

OK

TX VOLTAGE FAIL
CHECK? CHECK & REPLACE
C2701,C2702,C2703

OK

PA MODE & FAIL


MATCH CHECK & REPLACE
CHECK? C2715,C2714,R2701,L2705,U2701

OK

DUPLEXER & FAIL CHECK & REPLACE


TXM
U2703,C2719,L2706,C2608,C2601,C2625,U2603,C2629
CHECK ?
U2601
OK

RF FAIL
CONNECTOR CHECK & REPLACE
CHECK ? C2601
OK

TX LEVEL FAIL
CHECK ?
2 Go to TX CHECK CHART- Low TX
OK

END

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WCDMA B8 TX Check Chart Low TX
2

OK

WTR2605 FAIL CHECK & REPLACE


TX Level R2701
CHECK ? PDM = 80 (set same PDM count and compare Tx
power level with a good unit)

OK

FAIL CHECK & REPLACE


PA GAIN & DPX
R2701,U2701,L2705,L2703,C2719,L2706
LOSS
PA Gain = 26~30 dB in high gain mode
CHECK ?
DPX Loss = 2.1~3.2

OK

TXM LOSS FAIL


CHECK & REPLACE
CHECK ? C2719,C2625,U2601,U2603,C2629

OK

RF FAIL
CONNECTOR CHECK & REPLACE
CON2601
CHECK

OK

END

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WCDMA B8 RX Check Chart

START

XO CHECK & REPLACE


Frequency FAIL C2306,C2308
CHECK ? XO Frequency = 19.2 MHz

OK

WTR2605 CHECK & REPLACE


Voltage FAIL R2201,R2204,R2206,R2208,R2210,R2212,R2213,R220
CHECK ? 7,R2202,R2203,R2205,L2201,R2209,R2211,R2214,R2
215

OK

FAIL CHECK & REPLACE


DPX &
U2703,L2706,C2719
MATCHING
CHECK ?

OK

TXM, FAIL CHECK & REPLACE


RF CON.
C2601,C2608,C2625,U2601,U2603,C2629,CON2601
CHECK
OK ?

OK

END

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B8 TRX Circuits (PA + DPX )

PA voltage

PA

Output match for PA


Input match for PA

DUP
Input Matching
for LNA of
Matching for duplexer WTR2605
antenna port

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B8 TRX Circuits (WTR + PA + DPX + TXM) Layout
WTR0_PA_ON_B8

WTR0_PA_R0

B8 PA output
matching

B8 DPX

Matching
for DP
Ant port WTR2605

TXM
matching
for
Connector

matching for DPX WTR2605 LNA input


matching

ANT CON
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GSM Quad Band Rx

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WCDMA/CDMA/GSM RADIO CHECK

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GSM850 Receiver UMTS Global & AWS Check Chart

START

XO CHECK & REPLACE


FAIL C2306, C2307
Frequency
CHECK ? XO Freq = 19.2 MHz

OK

WTR2605 CHECK & REPLACE


FAIL C2201, C2205, C2209, C2212
Voltage
CHECK ?

OK

FAIL CHECK & REPLACE


DPX
C2807, C2813, C2817, C2818, L2806, L2807,
MATCHING
R2805, U2803
CHECK ?

OK

CHECK & REPLACE


SP10T, FAIL C2602, C2612, C2625, C2626,C2628, C2629,
RF CON.
CON2601, R2602, U2601, U2603
CHECK
OK ?

OK

END

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GSM850 Receiver Circuitry-UMTS Global & AWS
FDD B26( B5)/ BC10 TRX Please close to WTR
L2806
C2813 C2817
L2805 15nH
10pF B5_PA_out_1 WTR0_PRX_LB2_1 WTR0_PRX_LB2_2 WTR0_PRX_LB2_3
WTR0_PRX_LB2

1
C2815 U2803 100pF 33pF

TX

RX
GND1
C2814 SAY FH831MBA0F0AR05 L2807
12nH
9
4 GND6 8
DUMMY _C_0402 GND2 GND5 DUMMY _C_0201

GND3

GND4
ANT
5

7
R2805
9.1nH
WTR0_TRX_B5_1
WTR0_TRX_B5
C2807

C2818
4.7pF

VPH_PWR DUMMY _C_0201

WTR0_TRX_B8
WTR0_TRX_B5
WTR0_TRX_B1
WTR0_TRX_B2
R2601
C2601 C2602
22pF
WTR0_PDET_IN
DUMMY _R_0402
DUMMY _C_0603 U2602
1842.5/1960MHz

5
33
32
31
30
29
28
27
26
25
24
23
22

GND
U2601 C2603 (1842.5MHz)
GSM_RX_DCS 3nH GSM_RX_DCS_1 6 4

TRX4

TRX3

TRX2

TRX1
NC
VBATT
GND

GND

GND

GND

GND
GND
Input GND Please close to WT
7 3
34 21 GND GND
35 NC SPDT_OUT 20 C2604 8 2 L2602
WTR0_TXM_CTL0 36 SPDT RX2 19 GND GND L2601
ANT0_CPL 2.7nH (1960MHz) (1842.5/1960MHz) 4.3nH
37 RF_IN SPDT_IN 18 GSM_RX_PCS GSM_RX_PCS_1 9 1WTR0_PRX_MB3_1 WTR0_PRX_MB3_2 WTR0
38 SW1 RX1 17 Input Output

GND
C2605 39 SW0 GND 16
40 HB_EN GND 15 P_ANT 33pF
DUMMY _C_0201 41 LB_EN ANT 14 C2630 L2603
MODE0 GND

10
42 13 1pF
43 MODE1 GND C2631
GND DUMMY _C_0201
1.2pF
GND
GND
GND

GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
VCC
VCC

SKY 77573-21
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
WTR0_RF_TX_DA_1
VPH_PWR
C2625
3nH P_ANT_1
WTR0_TXM_CTL1

WTR0_TXM_CTL2
C2614
C2610 C2612 C2608 C2626
C2611 0.5pF
C2609 100pF 4.7uF 0.1uF DUMMY _C_0201
DUMMY _C_0201 C2613 DUMMY _C_0603
DUMMY _C_0201

CON2601
CON2602 MM8030-2610RK0
3 KMC1001-F016-7F

3
WTR0_TXM_CTL3
3 C2629

GND2 GND1
3.4nH
2 4 P_ANT_4 2 1 P_ANT_3 P_ANT_2
WTR0_TXM_CTL4 2 signal OUT IN

3
C2627 U2603
1

WTR0_PA_R0

GND1
50ohm terminateOUT

IN
HHM22106B1
1

WTR0_PA_R1 C2628

4
DUMMY _C_0201 0.5pF

COUPLING
C2617

GND2
C2618 C2619 C2620

DUMMY _C_0201 DUMMY _C_0201DUMMY _C_0201 DUMMY _C_0201

4
R2602
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GSM850 Receiver Circuitry-UMTS Global & AWS

DPX

WTR2605
TXM

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GSM900 Receiver UMTS Global Check Chart

START

XO CHECK & REPLACE


FAIL C2306, C2307
Frequency
CHECK ? XO Freq = 19.2 MHz

OK

WTR2605 CHECK & REPLACE


FAIL C2201, C2205, C2209, C2212
Voltage
CHECK ?

OK

FAIL CHECK & REPLACE


DPX
C2719, C2721, C2728, C2732, L2706, L2707, U2703
MATCHING
CHECK ?

OK

CHECK & REPLACE


SP10T, FAIL C2602, C2612, C2625, C2626,C2628, C2629,
RF CON.
CON2601, R2602, U2601, U2603
CHECK
OK ?

OK

END

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GSM900 Receiver Circuitry-UMTS
B8 Global B8_PA_out_1

U2703
D5PF942M5M3G6MZ

1
Tx

GND

Rx
9
4 GND 8 WTR0_PRX_LB1_1
GND GND

GND

GND
ANT
5

7
WTR0_TRX_B8_1

C2719

WTR0_TRX_B8

L2706 33pF
5.6nH C2721 Please close to WTR
33pF
C2722 L2707
WTR0_RX_G900_3 WTR0_PRX_LB1_2
C2720 WTR0_PRX_LB1

DUMMY _C_0201 12nH

WTR0_RX_G900_1
C2728
DUMMY _C_0201
DUMMY _C_0201
C2727
DUMMY _C_0201

4
U2706 C2732
DUMMY _C_0201

GND

UNBAL Port
1
UNBAL Port

GND

GND
GSM 900 RX
942.5MHz

3
VPH_PWR

WTR0_TRX_B8
WTR0_TRX_B5
WTR0_TRX_B1
WTR0_TRX_B2
R2601
C2601 C2602
22pF
WTR0_PDET_IN
DUMMY _R_0402
DUMMY _C_0603 U2602
1842.5/1960MHz

5
33
32
31
30
29
28
27
26
25
24
23
22

GND
U2601 C2603 (1842.5MHz)
GSM_RX_DCS 3nH GSM_RX_DCS_1 6 4

TRX4

TRX3

TRX2

TRX1
NC
VBATT
GND

GND

GND

GND

GND
GND
Input GND Please close to WT
7 3
34 21 GND GND
35 NC SPDT_OUT 20 C2604 8 2 L2602
WTR0_TXM_CTL0 36 SPDT RX2 19 GND GND L2601
ANT0_CPL 2.7nH (1960MHz) (1842.5/1960MHz) 4.3nH
37 RF_IN SPDT_IN 18 GSM_RX_PCS GSM_RX_PCS_1 9 1WTR0_PRX_MB3_1 WTR0_PRX_MB3_2 WTR0
38 SW1 RX1 17 Input Output

GND
C2605 39 SW0 GND 16
40 HB_EN GND 15 P_ANT 33pF
DUMMY _C_0201 41 LB_EN ANT 14 C2630 L2603
MODE0 GND

10
42 13 1pF
43 MODE1 GND C2631
GND DUMMY _C_0201
1.2pF
GND
GND
GND

GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
VCC
VCC

SKY 77573-21
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
WTR0_RF_TX_DA_1
VPH_PWR
C2625
3nH P_ANT_1
WTR0_TXM_CTL1

WTR0_TXM_CTL2
C2614
C2610 C2612 C2608 C2626
C2611 0.5pF
C2609 100pF 4.7uF 0.1uF DUMMY _C_0201
DUMMY _C_0201 C2613 DUMMY _C_0603
DUMMY _C_0201

CON2601
CON2602 MM8030-2610RK0
KMC1001-F016-7F
3

3
WTR0_TXM_CTL3 C2629
3

GND2 GND1
3.4nH
2 4 P_ANT_4 2 1 P_ANT_3 P_ANT_2
WTR0_TXM_CTL4 2 signal OUT IN

3
C2627 U2603
1

WTR0_PA_R0

GND1
50ohm terminateOUT

IN
HHM22106B1
1

WTR0_PA_R1 C2628

4
DUMMY _C_0201 0.5pF

COUPLING
C2617

GND2
C2618 C2619 C2620

DUMMY _C_0201 DUMMY _C_0201DUMMY _C_0201 DUMMY _C_0201


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ANT0_CPL
51R/+-1%
GSM900 Receiver Circuitry-UMTS Global

DPX

WTR2605
TXM

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GSM900 Receiver UMTS AWS Check Chart

START

XO CHECK & REPLACE


FAIL C2306, C2307
Frequency
CHECK ? XO Freq = 19.2 MHz

OK

WTR2605 CHECK & REPLACE


FAIL C2201, C2205, C2209, C2212
Voltage
CHECK ?

OK

FAIL CHECK & REPLACE


SAW
C2720, C2722, L2707, U2706
MATCHING
CHECK ?

OK

SP10T, FAIL CHECK & REPLACE


RF CON. C2602, C2612, C2625, C2626,C2628, C2629,
CHECK
OK ? CON2601, R2602, U2601, U2603

OK

END

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U2703
D5PF942M5M3G6MZ

1
Tx

GND

Rx
DUMMY _C_0402
9
4 GND 8 WTR0_PRX_LB1_1
GND GND

GND

GND
ANT
GSM900 Receiver Circuitry-UMTS AWS

7
WTR0_TRX_B8_1
C2719

WTR0_TRX_B8

L2706 10pF
7.5nH

VCC_APT C2721 Please close to WTR


33pF
C2722 L2707
WTR0_RX_G900_3 WTR0_PRX_LB1_2
C2720 WTR0_PRX_LB1
C2723 C2725
22pF 2.2uF 33pF 12nH

WTR0_RX_G900_1
C2728
C2726 33pF
DUMMY _C_0201
B4_PA_out B4_PA_out_1 C2727
2.7nH DUMMY _C_0201
L2709
L2708 5.6nH
1.5pF

4
U2706 C2732
DUMMY _C_0201

GND

UNBAL Port
1
UNBAL Port

GND

GND
GSM 900 RX
942.5MHz

3
VPH_PWR

WTR0_TRX_B8
WTR0_TRX_B5
WTR0_TRX_B1
WTR0_TRX_B2
R2601
C2601 C2602
22pF
WTR0_PDET_IN
DUMMY _R_0402
DUMMY _C_0603 U2602
1842.5/1960MHz

5
33
32
31
30
29
28
27
26
25
24
23
22

GND
U2601 C2603 (1842.5MHz)
GSM_RX_DCS 3nH GSM_RX_DCS_1 6 4

TRX4

TRX3

TRX2

TRX1
NC
VBATT
GND

GND

GND

GND

GND
GND
Input GND Please close to WTR
7 3
34 21 GND GND
35 NC SPDT_OUT 20 C2604 8 2 L2602
WTR0_TXM_CTL0 36 SPDT RX2 19 GND GND L2601
ANT0_CPL 2.7nH (1960MHz) (1842.5/1960MHz) 4.3nH
37 RF_IN SPDT_IN 18 GSM_RX_PCS GSM_RX_PCS_1 9 1WTR0_PRX_MB3_1 WTR0_PRX_MB3_2 WTR0_PRX_M
38 SW1 RX1 17 Input Output

GND
C2605 39 SW0 GND 16
40 HB_EN GND 15 P_ANT 33pF
DUMMY _C_0201 41 LB_EN ANT 14 C2630 L2603
MODE0 GND

10
42 13 1pF
43 MODE1 GND C2631
GND DUMMY _C_0201
1.2pF
GND
GND
GND

GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
VCC
VCC

SKY 77573-21
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2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
WTR0_RF_TX_DA_1 12
VPH_PWR
C2625
3nH P_ANT_1
WTR0_TXM_CTL1

WTR0_TXM_CTL2
C2614
C2610 C2612 C2608 C2626
C2611 0.5pF
C2609 100pF 4.7uF 0.1uF DUMMY _C_0201
DUMMY _C_0201 C2613 DUMMY _C_0603
DUMMY _C_0201

CON2601
CON2602 MM8030-2610RK0
KMC1001-F016-7F
3

3
WTR0_TXM_CTL3 C2629
3

GND2 GND1
3.4nH
2 4 P_ANT_4 2 1 P_ANT_3 P_ANT_2
WTR0_TXM_CTL4 2 signal OUT IN

3
C2627 U2603
1

WTR0_PA_R0

GND1
50ohm terminateOUT

IN
HHM22106B1
1

WTR0_PA_R1 C2628

4
DUMMY _C_0201 0.5pF

COUPLING
C2617

GND2
C2618 C2619 C2620

DUMMY _C_0201 DUMMY _C_0201DUMMY _C_0201 DUMMY _C_0201

4
R2602
ANT0_CPL
51R/+-1%
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GSM900 Receiver Circuitry-UMTS AWS

TXM
SAW

WTR2605

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GSM1800 Receiver UMTS Global & AWS Check Chart

START

XO CHECK & REPLACE


FAIL C2306, C2307
Frequency
CHECK ? XO Freq = 19.2 MHz

OK

WTR2605 CHECK & REPLACE


FAIL C2201, C2205, C2209, C2212
Voltage
CHECK ?

OK

FAIL CHECK & REPLACE


SAW
C2603, C2607, C2631, L2601, L2602, L2603, U2602
MATCHING
CHECK ?

OK

SP10T, FAIL CHECK & REPLACE


RF CON. C2602, C2612, C2625, C2626,C2628, C2629,
CHECK
OK ? CON2601, R2602, U2601, U2603

OK

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WTR0_TRX_B8
WTR0_TRX_B5
WTR0_TRX_B1
WTR0_TRX_B2
R2601
C2602
22pF
WTR0_PDET_IN
DUMMY _R_0402
603 U2602
1842.5/1960MHz

5
33
32
31
30
29
28
27
26
25
24
23
22

GND
U2601 C2603 (1842.5MHz)
GSM_RX_DCS 3nH GSM_RX_DCS_1 6 4
TRX4

TRX3

TRX2

TRX1
NC

GND

GND

GND

GND

GND
GND
VBATT

Input GND Please close to WTR


7 3
34 21 GND GND
35 NC SPDT_OUT 20 C2604 8 2 L2602
36 SPDT RX2 19 ANT0_CPL GND GND L2601 C2607
2.7nH (1960MHz) (1842.5/1960MHz) 4.3nH
37 RF_IN SPDT_IN 18 GSM_RX_PCS GSM_RX_PCS_1 9 1WTR0_PRX_MB3_1 WTR0_PRX_MB3_2 WTR0_PRX_MB3_3
38 SW1 RX1 17 Input Output WTR0_PRX_MB3

GND
39 SW0 GND 16
40 HB_EN GND 15 P_ANT 33pF 33pF
41 LB_EN ANT 14 C2630 L2603
MODE0 GND

10
42 13 1pF
43 MODE1 GND C2631
GND DUMMY _C_0201
1.2pF
GND
GND
GND

GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
VCC
VCC

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1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12

VPH_PWR

C2610 C2612 C2608 C2625


C2611 3nH P_ANT_1
100pF 4.7uF 0.1uF
DUMMY _C_0603
1
C2614
C2626
0.5pF
DUMMY _C_0201

CON2601
CON2602 MM8030-2610RK0
KMC1001-F016-7F
3

C2629
3

GND2 GND1

3.4nH
2 4 P_ANT_4 2 1 P_ANT_3 P_ANT_2
2 signal OUT IN

3
C2627 U2603
1

GND1

IN
50ohm terminateOUT
C2620 HHM22106B1
1

C2628
4

DUMMY _C_0201 0.5pF


_C_0201 DUMMY _C_0201

COUPLING
GND2
6

4
R2602
ANT0_CPL
51R/+-1%
ANT2602 ANT2601
QM-12G QM-12G
1

1
1

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TXM

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GSM1900 Receiver UMTS Global & AWS Check Chart

START

XO CHECK & REPLACE


FAIL C2306, C2307
Frequency
CHECK ? XO Freq = 19.2 MHz

OK

WTR2605 CHECK & REPLACE


FAIL C2201, C2205, C2209, C2212
Voltage
CHECK ?

OK

FAIL CHECK & REPLACE


SAW
C2604, C2607, C2630, L2601, L2602, L2603, U2602
MATCHING
CHECK ?

OK

SP10T, FAIL CHECK & REPLACE


RF CON. C2602, C2612, C2625, C2626,C2628, C2629,
CHECK
OK ? CON2601, R2602, U2601, U2603

OK

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GSM1900 Receiver Circuitry-UMTS Global & AWS

WTR0_TRX_B8
WTR0_TRX_B5
WTR0_TRX_B1
WTR0_TRX_B2
R2601
C2602
22pF
WTR0_PDET_IN
DUMMY _R_0402
603 U2602
1842.5/1960MHz

5
33
32
31
30
29
28
27
26
25
24
23
22

GND
U2601 C2603 (1842.5MHz)
GSM_RX_DCS 3nH GSM_RX_DCS_1 6 4
TRX4

TRX3

TRX2

TRX1
NC

GND

GND

GND

GND

GND
GND
VBATT

Input GND Please close to WTR


7 3
34 21 GND GND
35 NC SPDT_OUT 20 C2604 8 2 L2602
36 SPDT RX2 19 ANT0_CPL GND GND L2601 C2607
2.7nH (1960MHz) (1842.5/1960MHz) 4.3nH
37 RF_IN SPDT_IN 18 GSM_RX_PCS GSM_RX_PCS_1 9 1WTR0_PRX_MB3_1 WTR0_PRX_MB3_2 WTR0_PRX_MB3_3
38 SW1 RX1 17 Input Output WTR0_PRX_MB3

GND
39 SW0 GND 16
40 HB_EN GND 15 P_ANT 33pF 33pF
41 LB_EN ANT 14 C2630 L2603
MODE0 GND

10
42 13 1pF
43 MODE1 GND C2631
GND DUMMY _C_0201
1.2pF
GND
GND
GND

GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
VCC
VCC

SKY 77573-21
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12

VPH_PWR

C2610 C2612 C2608 C2625


C2611 3nH P_ANT_1
100pF 4.7uF 0.1uF
DUMMY _C_0603
1
C2614
C2626
0.5pF
DUMMY _C_0201

CON2601
CON2602 MM8030-2610RK0
KMC1001-F016-7F
3

C2629
3

GND2 GND1

3.4nH
2 4 P_ANT_4 2 1 P_ANT_3 P_ANT_2
2 signal OUT IN

3
C2627 U2603
1

GND1

IN
50ohm terminateOUT
C2620 HHM22106B1
1

C2628
4

DUMMY _C_0201 0.5pF


_C_0201 DUMMY _C_0201

COUPLING
GND2
6

4
R2602
ANT0_CPL
51R/+-1%
ANT2602 ANT2601
QM-12G QM-12G
1

1
1

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TXM

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WCDMA B1/B2/B4/B8 and CDMA BC0/BC1/BC10
Diversity Rx

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Diversity RX Check Chart For CDMA BC0, BC1, BC10
START

XO CHECK & REPLACE


FAIL R3200,C3204
Frequency
CHECK ? XO Freq = 19.2 MHz

OK
CHECK & REPLACE
WFR2600 FAIL R3310,C3310,C3311, R3312, C3312, R3313, C3313,
Voltage R3314, C3314, R3315, C3315, R3320, C3320, C3321,
CHECK ? R3300, C3300, C3301, R3302, C3302, R3303, C3303,
R3304, C3304

OK

FAIL CHECK & REPLACE


Antenna Con. L173, C174, L172, C173, C171, R135
Check

OK

FAIL
SP4T RF CHECK & REPLACE
CON. CHECK? C171, C4803,

OK

FAIL CHECK & REPLACE


Matching CON. C4823, FL4820, C4821, C4822, C4824, C4819,
CHECK?
L4811, C4812, C4819

OK

END

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Diversity RX Check Chart For UMTS Global B1, B8
START

XO CHECK & REPLACE


FAIL R3200,C3204
Frequency
CHECK ? XO Freq = 19.2 MHz

OK
CHECK & REPLACE
WFR2600 FAIL R3310,C3310,C3311, R3312, C3312, R3313, C3313,
Voltage R3314, C3314, R3315, C3315, R3320, C3320, C3321,
CHECK ? R3300, C3300, C3301, R3302, C3302, R3303, C3303,
R3304, C3304

OK

FAIL CHECK & REPLACE


Antenna Con. L173, C174, L172, C173, C171, R135
Check

OK

FAIL
SP4T RF CHECK & REPLACE
CON. CHECK? C171, C4803, U4800

OK

FAIL CHECK & REPLACE


Matching CON. C4818, FL4805, L4806, C4807, C4805, C4820,
CHECK?
FL4815, C4815

OK

END

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Diversity RX Check Chart For UMTS AWS B2, B4
START

XO CHECK & REPLACE


FAIL R3200,C3204
Frequency
CHECK ? XO Freq = 19.2 MHz

OK
CHECK & REPLACE
WFR2600 FAIL R3310,C3310,C3311, R3312, C3312, R3313, C3313,
Voltage R3314, C3314, R3315, C3315, R3320, C3320, C3321,
CHECK ? R3300, C3300, C3301, R3302, C3302, R3303, C3303,
R3304, C3304

OK

FAIL CHECK & REPLACE


Antenna Con. L173, C174, L172, C173, C171, R135
Check

OK

FAIL
SP4T RF CHECK & REPLACE
CON. CHECK? C171, C4803, U4800

OK

FAIL CHECK & REPLACE


Matching CON. C4819, FL4810, L4811, C4812, C4819, C4818,
CHECK?
FL4805, L4806, C4807, C4805

OK

END

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SP4T and Matching Circuits

SP4T Circuits Matching Circuits

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Antenna Circuits

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WFR2600 Voltage Supply Circuits

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XO Supply Circuit

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SP4T, Voltage Supply, XO, and Matching Circuits Layout

Matching
Voltage Supply

XO B8

BC1/B2

BC0, BC10 B1/4

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Antenna Matching Circuit Layout

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GSM Quad Band Tx

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GSM QUAD BAND TX CHECK CHART NO TX

WTR0_RF_TX_DA_1
R2301
3.7nH
QB(GSM)

WTR0_RF_TX_DA_1_1
C2301
WTR26
C2303 33pF
DUMMY _C_0201
C2302
0.5pF

WTR0_RF_TX_DA_1_0

U2301A
7
TX1_OUT

C2304 100pF
(B1/B8 or B4) 32
WTR0_RF_TX_DA_2_1 1 GND1
WTR0_RF_TX_DA_2 TX2_OUT

(B2/B5,BC0/BC1/BC10) 6
WTR0_RF_TX_DA_3 TX3_OUT

2
22 U2602 TX_BB_IP
WTR0_PDET_IN PDET_RFFB_IN
1842.5/1960MHz

5
12
TX_BB_IM

33
32
31
30
29
28
27
26
25
24
23
22

GND
U2601 (1842.5MHz) 18
6 4 TX_BB_QP

TRX4

TRX3

TRX2

TRX1
NC
VBATT
GND

GND

GND

GND

GND
GND
(B8 or GSM900 RX) Input GND
5 23
WTR0_PRX_LB1 7 RX_LB1_IN 3 TX_BB_QM
34 21 GND GND
35 NC SPDT_OUT 20 C2604 8 2
36 SPDT RX2 19 ANT0_CPL GND GND L2601
2.7nH (1960MHz) (1842.5/1960MHz) 24
37 RF_IN SPDT_IN 18
38 SW1 RX1 17
GSM_RX_PCS (B5)GSM_RX_PCS_1 9 Input 10 Output
1WTR0_PRX_MB3_1 WTR0_PRX_MB3_2
DAC_REF
WTR0_PRX_LB2 RX_LB2_IN

GND
39 SW0 GND 16
40 HB_EN GND 15 P_ANT 33pF
41 LB_EN ANT 14 C2630
MODE0 GND

10
42 13 1pF
43 MODE1 GND 36
C2631 DNC1
GND
1.2pF

GND
GND
GND

GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
GND
VCC
VCC
53
GP_DATA0
SKY 77573-21
58

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
GP_DATA1
(B1) 4 57
WTR0_PRX_MB1 RX_MB1_IN GND17
VPH_PWR

56
SSBI_TX_GNSS
9 8
C2610 C2612 C2608 RX_MB2_IN
C2625 SSBI_RX
C2611 3nH P_ANT_1 13
100pF 4.7uF 0.1uF RF_ON
DUMMY _C_0603

C2614
C2626
3 61
0.5pF RX_MB3_IN RX_BB_IP
DUMMY _C_0201 55
RX_BB_IM
49
RX_BB_QP
43
RX_BB_QM
CON2601
CON2602 MM8030-2610RK0 60
KMC1001-F016-7F XO_IN

3
C2629 62

GND2 GND1
11 3.4nH GNSS_BB_IP
2 4 P_ANT_4 2 1 P_ANT_3 GNSS_RF_INP_ANT_2 51
2 signal OUT IN GNSS_BB_IM

3
45
C2627 U2603 GNSS_BB_QP

GND1
50ohm terminateOUT

IN
HHM22106B1 41

1
C2628 GNSS_BB_QM

4
DUMMY _C_0201 0.5pF
WTR-2605-0-62WLNSP-TR-07-1

COUPLING
GND2
6

4
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QRCT GSM POWER TRANSMIT

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QRCT GSM POWER TRANSMIT

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QRCT GSM POWER TRANSMIT

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WLAN / BT / FM
TROUBLESHOOTING
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Bluetooth/WiFi Power-On Failure

WLAN/BT power-on failure Symptoms:


WLAN DL test firmware test commands fail
Bluetooth power-on test commands fail

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Step 1 for BT/Wi-Fi Power-On Failure

Check if the other functionality fails as well, e.g. check WLAN power
on if Bluetooth can not be powered on. Check Bluetooth power on
if WLAN can not be powered on.

Both WLAN and Bluetooth share the same IC and most of the circuit,
so if one of the BT/Wi-Fi fails, the other should fail as well. If only
one of them fails, it is highly likely that it is not a hardware problem
and it could just that the BT/Wi-Fi is turned on through the UI already
and the test commands can not turn it on again.

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Step 2 for BT/Wi-Fi Power-On Failure
If both BT and WLAN fails, it is highly indicative of a hardware failure.
Location of the Bluetooth and WLAN circuit (Shown on the next few pages)
Check for any visible damage around the BT/WLAN antenna/IC area.

BT/Wi-Fi Antenna SchemaHc

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RF & 19.2MHz TCXO Input Schematic

RF output

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Power Supply Schematic

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Part Placement

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Antenna Part Placement

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Part Placement - 1

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Part Placement - 2

RF Components

VREG_L16_3P0 Components

VREG_L24_1P3 Components

19.2MHz TCXO Components

C3207

VREG_L10_1P8 Component

VREG_L6_1P8 Component

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Step 3 for BT/Wi-Fi Power-On Failure

If no visible damage can be seen, check for any visible damage on the IC and
components. Look for misplaced or damaged components.

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Debugging BT / WLAN Power-Up Failure

Check clock supplies


19.2MHz Clock: NET RFCLK_WCN check at component C3213

Check DC Voltages:
Typical DC voltages in WCN3620 (U3202) area
C3205, C3206, C3223, C3210, C3212, C3214, C3215, C3217, C3218,
L3208, C3219 and C3220 should be 1.3V.
C3222 and C3221 should be 3.3V.
C3202 and C3204 should be 1.8V.

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Debugging BT / WLAN Power-Up Failure

Check connections WCN3620 and MSM8226:


WLAN: no probing point use x-ray or other means to make sure following
is soldered properly
Pins 54, 59, 47, and 53 of U3202 (these are connection points of IQ
lines)
Pins 55, 26, and 48 of U3202(these are connection points of DATA lines)

Bluetooth: no probing point use x-ray or other means to make sure


following is soldered properly
Pins 18, 33, and 28 of U3202 (these are connection points of control,
SSBI and data lines)

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Debugging BT/WLAN Low TX Power
Probe and measure the output power at the antenna contact area and see in a
spectrum analyzer if you see if the phone is transmitting any power
For WiFi, please measure the output power in FTM(PD terminal).
For BT, please measure the output power in FTM mode(PD terminal).

BT test mode command:


Bluetooth Module On
Bluetooth Settxmode Channel39 DH1 PRBS9 Class1

WiFi test mode command:


WiFi module on
WiFi setchannel 7
WiFi setdatarate 11B_LONG_11_MBPS
WiFi settxpower 18
WiFi txmode on
WiFi txmode off

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Bluetooth/WiFi TX/RX RF Failure

BT/Wi-Fi TX/RX RF failure


Symptoms:
Wi-Fi Radiated TX test value out of limits
Bluetooth radiated TX test value out of limits
Wi-Fi scan test fails
Bluetooth ping test fails

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Step 1 for BT/Wi-Fi TX/RX RF Failure
Look for visible damage of the BT/WiFi Antenna, Antenna Contacts and BT/WiFi
circuits

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Step 2 for BT/Wi-Fi TX/RX RF Failure

If there is no visible sign of antenna damage and antenna contacts damage,


its most likely something wrong in the BT/Wi-Fi chips or circuits.
Look for misplaced or damaged RF front-end components. Please refer to
the previous slide describing the layout of the WLAN circuit.
It is recommended to probe the amplitude of the TX signal along the RF path
to look for the failure component.

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Debugging FM RSSI Failure

If FM RSSI is out of limits


Check whether the headset connection between the phone and the FM signal
generator are correctly done
Check and make sure that the headset jack is not damaged
Then check for any visible damage around the FM antenna/Antenna matching
components
Check whether the FM Rx matching components placed correctly/damaged
Then Check connections between WCN3620 and MSM8226:
FM: no probing point use x-ray or other means to make sure following is
soldered properly
Pins 50 of U3202 (FM Rx RF line)
Pins 41 and 46 of U3202 (these are connection points of SSBI and
DATA lines)

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FM Rx Matching/WAN Filtering Components

FM Rx matching/
WAN ltering
components

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FM Part Placement/Rou<ng

FM Antenna
matching FM Rx matching/
components WAN ltering
components

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DTV TROUBLESHOOTING
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Step 1 for DTV Power-On Failure

DTV using external antenna


Check for any visible damage around the DTV area.

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RF & 27MHz TCXO Input Schematic

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Power supply & BB Interface Schematic

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Part Placement

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Antenna Part Placement

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RF Components

VREG_L26_1P2 Components

VREG_L6_1P8 Components

27MHz XO Components

BB interface Components

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Step 3 for DTV Power-On Failure

If no visible damage can be seen, check for any visible damage on the IC and
components. Look for misplaced or damaged components.

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Debugging DTV Power-Up Failure

If no visible damage can be seen, check for any visible damage on the IC and
components. Look for misplaced or damaged components.
Check clock supplies
27 MHz Clock: NET DTV_XO_P/DTV_XO_N check at component C3212/
C3313
Check DC Voltages:
Typical DC voltages in NMI326AFB (U3302) area
L3310, C3304, and C3306 should be 1.2V.
C3311 and C3305 should be 1.8V.
Check connections NMI326AFB and MSM8226:
Make sure following is soldered properly
R3304, R3305, R3306, R3307, R3308 and R3309. (these components
are connect to data and signal lines)

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DTV RF Failure

It is most likely something wrong in the DTV chips or circuits.


Look for misplaced or damaged RF front-end components. Please refer to
the previous slide describing the layout of the DTV circuit.
It is recommended to using the signal generator and probe the amplitude of
the RF signal along the RF path to look for the failure component.

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GPS TROUBLESHOOTING
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GPS TROUBLESHOOT FLOW CHART
Start

GPS
Voltage Check
Check VREG_L14_2P75
and replace U1001
Ok

GPS Front/
Inter-stage
Check and replace
filter check U3101

Ok

External
LNA gain Check and replace
check (15.8
dB)
U3104

Ok

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GPS FRONT END BLOCK

GPS
External
LNA
U3104
GPS front
end SAW
U3101

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