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Internal Use Only

Service Manual
LG-E400

Date: February, 2012 / Issue 1.0


Table Of Contents
1. INTRODUCTION��������������������������������������������������������������������� 3 4.14 Proximity Sensor on/off Trouble Shooting..............................104
1.1 Purpose��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������3 4.15 Motion Sensor on/off Trouble Shooting..................................106
1.2 Regulatory Information�������������������������������������������������������������������������3 4.16 Compass Sensor on/off Trouble Shooting..............................108
4.17 DC Motor Trouble Shooting..........................................................111
2. PERFORMANCE���������������������������������������������������������������������� 5 4.18 Audio Troble.........................................................................................113
2.1 Product Name��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������5
2.2 Supporting Standard������������������������������������������������������������������������������5 5. DOWNLOAD........................................................................123
2.3 Main Parts : GSM Solution���������������������������������������������������������������������6
6.Block diagram.....................................................................143
2.4 HW Features�����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������6
2.5 SW Features������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������9 7. CIRCUIT DIAGRAM.............................................................150
2.6 HW SPEC. ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� 13
8. BGA PIN MAP......................................................................159
3. Android_Final CIC_FAQ....................................................... 20
9. PCB LAYOUT........................................................................165
3.1 Multimedia................................................................................................ 20
3.2 Setting........................................................................................................ 21 10. CALIBRATION....................................................................167
3.3 Home........................................................................................................... 27
11. HIDDEN MENU..................................................................187
3.4 Internet....................................................................................................... 28
3.5 Message,E-mail....................................................................................... 29 12. disassemble Guide..................................................193
3.6 Phone_Calls,Contacts........................................................................... 30
13. EXPLODED VIEW & REPLACEMENT PART LIST..............198
3.7 Application............................................................................................... 32
13.1 EXPLODED VIEW.................................................................................198
3.8 Utilities........................................................................................................ 33
13.2 Replacement Parts............................................................................199
3.9 Bluetooth................................................................................................... 33
13.3 Accessory..............................................................................................225
3.10 Wi-Fi........................................................................................................... 34
3.11 Android.................................................................................................... 35
3.12 P500 And2.2........................................................................................... 37

4. TROUBLE SHOOTING........................................................... 51
4.1 RF Component........................................................................................ 51
4.2 SIGNAL PATH............................................................................................ 53
4.3 Checking TCXO Block............................................................................ 56
4.4 Checking GSM TX Module(GSM PAM + ASM) Block................ 59
4.5 Checking WCDMA Block..................................................................... 62
4.6 Checking GSM Block............................................................................. 73
4.7 GPS/WIFI/BT RF Component............................................................. 81
4.8 GPS/WIFI/BT SIGNAL PATH................................................................. 83
4.9 GPS/WIFI/BT Trouble shooting......................................................... 85
4.10 Power ON Trouble Shooting........................................................... 92
4.11 Charging Trouble Shooting............................................................. 96
4.12 3MFF Camera Trouble Shooting.................................................... 99
4.13 Main LCD trouble...............................................................................102

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1. INTRODUCTION

1. INTRODUCTION

1.1 Purpose
This manual provides the information necessary to repair, calibration, description and download the features
of this model.

1.2 Regulatory Information


A. Security
Toll fraud, the unauthorized use of telecommunications system by an unauthorized part (for example,
persons other than your company’s employees, agents, subcontractors, or person working on your
company’s behalf) can result in substantial additional charges for your telecommunications services.
System users are responsible for the security of own system. There are may be risks of toll fraud associated
with your telecommunications system. System users are responsible for programming and configuring the
equipment to prevent unauthorized use. The manufacturer does not warrant that this product is immune
from the above case but will prevent unauthorized use of common carrier telecommunication service of
facilities accessed through or connected to it. The manufacturer will not be responsible for any charges that
result from such unauthorized use.

B. Incidence of Harm
If a telephone company determines that the equipment provided to customer is faulty and possibly causing
harm or interruption in service to the telephone network, it should disconnect telephone service until repair
can be done. A telephone company may temporarily disconnect service as long as repair is not done.

C. Changes in Service
A local telephone company may make changes in its communications facilities or procedure. If these
changes could reasonably be expected to affect the use of the phones or compatibility with the net work, the
telephone company is required to give advanced written notice to the user, allowing the user to take
appropriate steps to maintain telephone service.

D. Maintenance Limitations
Maintenance limitations on the phones must be performed only by the manufacturer or its authorized agent.
The user may not make any changes and/or repairs expect as specifically noted in this manual. Therefore,
note that unauthorized alternations or repair may affect the regulatory status of the system and may void
any remaining warranty.

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E. Notice of Radiated Emissions


This model complies with rules regarding radiation and radio frequency emission as defined by local
regulatory agencies. In accordance with these agencies, you may be required to provide information such as
the following to the end user.

F. Pictures
The pictures in this manual are for illustrative purposes only; your actual hardware may look slightly different.

G. Interference and Attenuation


A phone may interfere with sensitive laboratory equipment, medical equipment, etc. Interference from
unsuppressed engines or electric motors may cause problems.

H. Electrostatic Sensitive Devices

ATTENTION

Boards, which contain Electrostatic Sensitive Device (ESD), are indicated by the sign.

Following information is ESD handling:

• Service personnel should ground themselves by using a wrist strap when exchange system boards. • When
repairs are made to a system board, they should spread the floor with anti-static mat which is also grounded.

• Use a suitable, grounded soldering iron. • Keep sensitive parts in these protective packages until these are
used.

• When returning system boards or parts like EEPROM to the factory, use the protective package as described.

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2. PERFORMANCE

2.1 Product Name


E400 : WCDMA900/2100+EGSM/GSM850/DCS/PCS

(HSDPA 3.6Mbps GPRS Class 12 / EDGE Class 12)

2.2 Supporting Standard


Item Feature Comment
Supporting Standard WCDMA(FDD1,8)/EGSM/GSM850/DCS1800/PCS1900

with seamless handover

Phase 2+(include AMR)

SIM Toolkit: Class 1, 2, 3, C-E

Frequency Range WCDMA(FDD1) TX : 1920 – 1980 MHz

WCDMA(FDD1) RX : 2110 – 2170 MHz

WCDMA(FDD8) TX : 880~915 MHz

WCDMA(FDD8) RX : 925~960 MHz

EGSM TX: 880 – 915 MHz

EGSM RX: 925 – 960 MHz

GSM850 TX: 824 – 849 MHz

GSM850 RX: 869 – 894 MHz

DCS1800 TX : 1710 – 1785 MHz

DCS1800 RX: 1805 – 1880 MHz

PCS1900 TX: 1850 – 1910 MHz

PCS1900 RX: 1930 – 1990 MHz

Application Standard WAP 2.0

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2.3 Main Parts : GSM Solution


Item Part Name Comment
Digital Baseband MSM7225A: Qualcomm
Analog Baseband PM8029 : Qualcomm
RF Chip RTR6285A : Qualcomm

2.4 HW Features
Item Feature Comment
Form Factor DOP type
1) Capacity
Battery Standard : Li-Ion , 1500mAh
2) Packing Type : Soft Pack
Standard :
Size
102.6 x 61.6 x 11.85 mm
Weight 119g With Battery
Volume 74.89cc
PCB Staggered 8 Layers , 0.8t
2G Up to 600 hrs @ Paging Period 5 (2G)
Stand by time
3G Up to 600 hrs @ DRX 7 (3G)
Charging time 3 hrs @ Power Off / 1500mAh
2G Up to 750mins @ Power Level 13 (2G)
Talk time
3G Up to 600mins @ Tx = 0dBm (3G)
WCDMA(FDD1) : -106.7 dBm
WCDMA(FDD8) : -104.7 dBm
EGSM : -105 dBm
RX sensitivity
GSM850 : -105 dBm
DCS 1800 : -105 dBm
PCS 1900 : -105 dBm

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WCDMA : 24dBm/3.84MHz,+1/-3dBm Class3(WCDMA)


WCDMA/ EGSM : 33dBm Class4 (EGSM)
GSM/ GSM850 : 33 dBm Class4 (GSM850)
TX GPRS DCS 1800 : 30 dBm Class1 (PCS)
output PCS 1900 : 30 dBm Class1 (DCS)
power
GSM 900 : 27 dBm E2 (GSM900)

EDGE DCS 1800 : 26 dBm E2 (PCS)

PCS 1900 : 26 dBm E2 (DCS)


GPRS compatibility GPRS Class 12
EDGE compatibility EDGE Class 12
Plug-In SIM
SIM card type
3V /1.8V
Main LCD
Display
TFT Main LCD(3.2’, 240 x 320)
Built-in Camera 3M FF CMOS Camera
Status Indicator No
Function Key:
Function key : 1
Home, Back, Menu,
Keypad Side Key : 2
Side Key :
Power key : 1
Volume up/down
ANT Main : Internal Fixed Type LDS type
System connector 5 Pin
Ear Phone Jack 3.5Phi, 4 Pole, Stereo
PC synchronization Yes
eMMC : 2GByte
Memory
DRAM :3Gbit
Speech coding FR, EFR, HR,AMR
Data & Fax Built in Data & Fax support

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Vibrator Built in Vibrator


Blue Tooth V3.0
MIDI(for Buzzer Function) SW Decoded 72Poly
Music Player MP3/ WMA/AAC/HE-AAC/EAAC+
Video Player MPEG4, H.263, H.264
Camcorder MPEG4, H.263, H.264
Voice Recording Yes
Speaker Phone mode
Yes
Support
Travel Adapter Yes
CDROM No
Stereo Headset Yes Not inbox
Data Cable Yes

T-Flash
Yes Not inbox
(External Memory)

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2.5 SW Features
Item Feature Comment
RSSI 0 ~ 4 Levels
Battery Charging 0 ~ 20 Levels
Key Volume 0 ~ 7 Level
Audio Volume 0 ~ 7 Level
Time / Date Display Yes
English/French/German/Spanish/Italia
Multi-Language Yes
n/Danish/Dutch/Korean

Quick Access Mode Dialing/ Contact / Menu / Message

PC Sync Yes
Speed Dial Yes
Profile Yes not same with feature phone setting
CLIP / CLIR Yes
Name / Number / Email / There is no limitation on the number
Website/Postal of items.
Phone Book
addresses/Organizations/Groups/ It depends on
Birthday / Ringtone available memory amount.
Last Dial Numbers, Last Received
Last Dial Number Yes Numbers and Last Missed Numbers
can store up to a total of 500.
Last Dial Numbers, Last Received
Last Received
Yes Numbers and Last Missed Numbers
Number
can store up to a total of 500.
Last Dial Numbers, Last Received
Last Missed Number Yes Numbers and Last Missed Numbers
can store up to a total of 500.

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Search by Number
Name
/ Name
There is no limitation on the number
Group Yes of items. It depends on
available memory amount.
Fixed Dial Number Yes
Service Dial Number No
Read only
Own Number Yes (add/edit/delete are not
supported)
Voice Memo Yes
Call Reminder No
Network Selection Automatic
Mute Yes
Call Divert Yes
Call Barring Yes
Call Charge (AoC) Yes
Call Duration Yes
There is no limitation on the
number of items. It depends on
SMS (EMS) EMS does not support.
available memory
amount.
SMS Over GPRS No
EMS Melody / Picture No
Send / Receive / Save No
MMS MPEG4
Yes
Send / Receive / Save
Long Message MAX 2000 characters

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Cell Broadcast Yes


Download Over the Web
Game No
Calendar Yes

Memo No

World Clock No
Unit Convert No
Stop Watch No
Wall Paper Yes
Support only web browser based on
WAP Browser No webkit. WAP stack and wml are not
supported.
Download Melody /
Yes Over web browser
Wallpaper
SIM Lock Yes Operator Dependent
SIM Toolkit Class 1, 2, 3, C
MMS Yes Google MMS Client
EONS No
CPHS Yes V4.2
ENS No
3M FF /
Camera Yes
Digital Zoom : x4
JAVA No
Voice Dial No
IrDa No
Bluetooth Yes Ver. 3.0
FM radio Yes
GPRS Yes Class 12
EDGE Yes Class 12

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Hold / Retrieve Yes


Conference Call Yes Max. 6
DTMF Yes
Memo pad No
TTY No
AMR Yes
SyncML Yes
IM No
Email Yes

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2.6 HW SPEC.
1) GSM transceiver specification

Item Specification
Rms : 5°
Phase Error
Peak : 20 °
GSM : 0.1 ppm
Frequency Error
DCS/PCS : 0.1 ppm
EMC(Radiated Spurious Emission
GSM/DCS : < -28dBm
Disturbance)
Transmitter Output power and Burst GSM : 5dBm – 33dBm ± 3dB
Timing DCS/PCS : 0dBm – 30dBm ± 3dB
Burst Timing <3.69us
Spectrum due to modulation out to 200kHz : -36dBm
less than 1800kHz offset 600kHz : -51dBm/-56dBm
GSM :
1800-3000kHz :< -63dBc(-46dBm)
Spectrum due to modulation out to 3000kHz-6000kHz : <-65dBc(-46dBm)
larger than 1800kHz offset to the 6000kHz < : < -71dBc(-46dBm)
edge of the transmit band DCS :
1800-3000kHz :< -65dBc(-51dBm)
6000kHz < : < -73dBc(-51dBm)
400kHz : -19dBm/-22dBm(5/0), -23dBm
Spectrum due to switching transient
600kHz : -21dBm/-24dBm(5/0), -26dBm
Reference Sensitivity – TCH/FS Class II(RBER) : -105dBm(2.439%)
Usable receiver input level range 0.012(-15 - -40dBm)
Intermodulation rejection – Speech ± 800kHz, ± 1600kHz
channels : -98dBm/-96dBm (2.439%)
AM Suppression
GSM : -31dBm -98dBm/-96dBm (2.439%)
- DCS : -29dBm
Timing Advance ± 0.5T

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2) WCDMA transmitter specification

Item Specification

Transmit Frequency Band1 : 1920 MHz ~ 1980 MHz

Band8 : 880MHz ~ 915MHz

Maximum Output Power +24 dBm / 3.84 MHz, +1 / -3 dB

Frequency Error within ±0.1 PPM

Open Loop Power Control Normal Conditions : within ±9 dB,

Extreme Conditions : within ±12 dB

Minimum Transmit Power < -50 dBm /3.84 MHz

Occupied Bandwidth < 5 MHz at 3.84 Mcps (99% of power)

Adjacent Channel Leakage > 33 dB @ ±5 MHz,

Power Ratio (ACLR) > 43 dB @ ±10 MHz

Spurious Emissions < -36 dBm / 1 kHz RW @ 9 kHz ≤ f < 150 kHz

|f-fc| > 12.5 MHz < -36 dBm / 10 kHz RW @ 150 KHz ≤ f < 30 MHz

< -36 dBm / 100 kHz RW @ 30 MHz ≤ f < 1 GHz

< -30 dBm / 1 MHz RW @ 1 GHz ≤ f < 12.75 GHz

< -60 dBm / 3.84 MHz RW @ 869 MHz ≤ f ≤ 894 MHz

< -60 dBm / 3.84 MHz RW @ 1930 MHz ≤ f ≤ 1900 MHz

< -60 dBm / 3.84 MHz RW @ 2110 MHz ≤ f ≤ 2155 MHz

< -67 dBm / 100 kHz RW @ 925 MHz ≤ f ≤ 935 MHz

< -79 dBm / 100 kHz RW @ 935 MHz < f ≤ 960 GHz

< -71 dBm / 100 kHz RW @ 1805 MHz ≤ f ≤ 1880 MHz

< -41 dBm / 300 kHz RW @ 1884.5 MHz < f < 1919.6 MHz

Transmit Intermodulation < -31 dBc @ 5 MHz & < -41 dBc @ 10 MHz

when Interference CW Signal Level = -40 dBc

Error Vector Magnitude < 17.5 %, when Pout ≥ -20 dBm

Peak Code Domain Error < -15 dB at Pout t -20 dBm

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3) WCDMA receiver specification

Item Specification
Receive Frequency Band1 : 2110 ~ 2170 MHz
Band8 : 925~960MHz
Reference Sensitivity Level Band1 : BER < 0.001 when Îor = -106.7 dBm / 3.84 MHz
Band8 : BER < 0.001 when Îor = -103.7 dBm / 3.84 MHz
Maximum Input Level BER < 0.001 when Îor = -25 dBm / 3.84 MHz
Adjacent Channel Selectivity ACS > 33 dB where BER < 0.001 when
(ACS) Îor = -92.7dBm / 3.84 MHz & Ioac = –52 dBm / 3.84 MHz @ ±5
MHz(Band1)
Îor = -89.7dBm / 3.84 MHz & Ioac = –52 dBm / 3.84 MHz @ ±5
MHz(Band8)
Blocking Characteristic BER < 0.001 when Îor = -103.7 dBm / 3.84 MHz
& Iblocking = -56 dBm / 3.84 MHz @ Fuw(offset) = ±10 MHz
or Iblocking = -44 dBm / 3.84 MHz @ Fuw(offset) = ±15 MHz
Spurious Response BER < 0.001 when Îor = -103.7 dBm / 3.84 MHz
& Iblocking = -44 dBm
Intermodulation BER < 0.001 when Îor= -103.7 dBm / 3.84 MHz, Îor = -100.7 dBm/
3.84 MHz(Band8)
& Iouw1 = -46 dBm @ Fuw1(offset) = ±10 MHz
& Iouw2 = -46 dBm / 3.84 MHz @ Fuw2(offset) = ±20 MHz
Spurious Emissions < -57 dBm / 100 kHz BW @ 9 kHz ≤ f < 1 GHz
< -47 dBm / 1 MHz BW @ 1 GHz ≤ f ≤ 12.75 GHz
Adjust output(TPC command)
cmd 1dB 2dB 3dB
+1 +0.5/1.5 +1/3 +1.5/4
Inner Loop Power Control 0 -0.5/+0.5 -0.5/+0.5 -0.5/+0.5
In Uplink -1 -0.5/-1.5 -1/-3 -1.5/-4
group(10equal command group)
+1 +8/+12 +16/+24

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4) HSDPA transmitter specification

Item Specification

Transmit Frequency Band1 : 1920 MHz ~ 1980 MHz

Band8 : 880MHz ~ 915MHz

Maximum Output Power Sub-Test

1=1/15, 2=12/15 21~25dBm / 3.84 MHz

3=13/15 4=15/8 20~25dBm / 3.84 MHz

5=15/7 6=15/0 19~25dBm / 3.84 MHz

Sub-test Power
Power Power step slot Transmitter power step
in table step size,
step boundary tolerance [dB]
C.10.1.4 P [dB]

1 Start of 6 +/- 2.3


HS-DPCCH
Ack/Nack

5 2 Start of CQI 1 +/- 0.6

3 Middle of CQI 0 +/- 0.6

4 End of CQI 5 +/- 2.3

Sub-Test : 1=1/15, 2=12/15, 3=13/15, 4=15/8, 5=15/7, 6=15/0

Frequency offset
Minimum requirement Measurement Bandwidth
from carrier f
Spectrum Emission Mask
2.5 ~ 3.5 MHz -35-15×( f-2.5)dBc 30 kHz

3.5 ~ 7.5 MHz -35-1×( f-3.5)dBc 1 MHz

7.5 ~ 8.5 MHz -35-10×( f-7.5)dBc 1 MHz

8.5 ~ 12.5 MHz -49dBc 1 MHz

Adjacent Channel Leakage Sub-Test : 1=1/15, 2=12/15, 3=13/15, 4=15/8, 5=15/7, 6=15/0

Power Ratio (ACLR) > 33 dB @ ±5 MHz

> 43 dB @ ±10 MHz

Error Vector Magnitude < 17.5 %, when Pout ≥ -20 dBm

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5) HSDPA receiver specification

Item Specification

Receive Frequency Band1 : 2110 MHz ~ 2170 MHz

Band8 : 925 MHz ~ 960 MHz

Maximum Input Level Sub-Test : 1=1/15, 2=12/15, 3=13/15, 4=15/8, 5=15/7, 6=15/0

(BLER or R), 16QAM Only BLER < 10% or R >= 700kbps

6) WLAN 802.11b transceiver specification

Item Specification

Transmit Frequency 2400 MHz ~ 2483.5 MHz ( CH1~CH13 )

Tx Power Level ≤ 20dBm under (Europe), ≤ 30dBm under (USA)

Frequency Tolerance within ±25 PPM

Chip clock Frequency within ±25 PPM

Tolerance

Spectrum Mask ≤ -30 @ fc-22MHz< f <fc-11MHz and fc+11MHz< f <fc+22MHz

≤ -50 @ f < fc-22MHz and f > fc+22MHz

Power ramp on/off time ≤ 2us

Carrier Suppression ≤ -15dB

Modulation Accuracy ≤ 35%

(Peak EVM)

Spurious Emissions < -36 dBm @ 30MHz ~ 1GHz

< -30 dBm above @ 1GHz ~ 12.75GHz

< -47 dBm @ 1.8GHz ~ 1.9GHz

< -47 dBm @ 5.15GHz ~ 5.3GHz

Rx Min input Sensitivity ≤ -76dBm(1Mbps,2Mbps,5.5Mbps,11Mbps) @ FER ≤ 8%

Rx Max input Sensitivity ≥ -10dBm(1Mbps,2Mbps,5.5Mbps,11Mbps) @ FER ≤ 8%

Rx Adjacent Channel ≥ 35dB @FER ≤ 8%,

Rejection interference input signal -70dBm@fc±25MHz(11Mbps)

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7) WLAN 802.11g transceiver specification

Item Specification

Transmit Frequency 2400 MHz ~ 2483.5 MHz ( CH1~CH13 )

Tx Power Level ≤ 20dBm under (Europe), ≤ 30dBm under (USA)

Frequency Tolerance within ±25 PPM

Chip clock Frequency within ±25 PPM

Tolerance

Spectrum Mask ≤ -20 @ ±11MHz offset (9Mhz ~ 11MHz)

≤ -28 @ ±20MHz offset (11MHz ~ 20Mhz)

≤ -40 @ ±30MHz offset (20MHz ~ 30Mhz)

Transmitter constellation error ≤ -5dB

(rms EVM)

Spurious Emissions < -36 dBm @ 30MHz ~ 1GHz

< -30 dBm above @ 1GHz ~ 12.75GHz

< -47 dBm @ 1.8GHz ~ 1.9GHz

< -47 dBm @ 5.15GHz ~ 5.3GHz

Rx Min input Sensitivity PER ≤ 10%

-82dBm@6Mbps, -81dBm@9Mbps, -79dBm@12Mbps

-77dBm@18Mbps, -74dBm@24Mbps, -70dBm@36Mbps

-66dBm@48Mbps, -65dBm@54Mbps

Rx Max input Sensitivity ≥ -20dBm(6,9,12,18,24,36,48,54Mbps) @ PER ≤ 10%

Rx Adjacent Channel PER ≤ 10%,


ACR ≥ 16dB@6Mbps, ACR ≥ 15dB@9Mbps,
Rejection ACR ≥ 13dB@12Mbps, ACR ≥ 11dB@18Mbps,
ACR ≥ 8dB@24Mbps, ACR ≥ 4dB@36Mbps
ACR ≥ 0dB@48Mbps, ACR ≥ -1dB@54Mbps
ACR shall be measured by setting the desired signal's strength 3 dB
above the rate-dependent
sensitivity specified in min input sensitivity

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8) GPS receiver specification

Item Specification

Receive Frequency 1574.42 MHz ~ 1576.42 MHz

Minimum Sensitivity 1 satellite ≥-142dBm, 7 satellites ≥ -147dBm at coarse time aiding

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3. Android_Final CIC_FAQ

3.1 Multimedia

Question Answer

Is it possible to save picture to internal memory This is Android OS limitation. The picture only
after taking a picture? can be saved in external memory (SD Card).
No limitation.

[How to setup the ring tone by MP3]


From home screen -> Luncher -> Music -> Select
Is there any limitation of file size when setting the song -> Menu -> Click “Use as ringtone”
ring tone by MP3? [How to change the other ringtone to be
enclosed]
Menu -> Setting -> Sound -> Phone ringtone ->
Find and select the song which you want to set
as ringtone.
Is it possible to update Video codec on the
No, it’s impossible.
phone?
Is it possible to update Music codec on the
No, it’s impossible.
phone?
Yes, It’s possible.
[How to do]
Click Luncher -> Click Clock application -> Click
How to setup the Alarm ring tone by MP3 file?
“Clock Icon” -> Select the time which you want
to setup the alarm or “Add Alaram” -> Ringtone
-> Selete ring tone

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3.2 Setting

Question Answer
It’s possible.
[How to do]
Is it possible to change the language? From Homescreen -> menu -> settings ->
Language & Keyboard -> Select language ->
Select the languange what you want.
Customer should have to visit the SVC center.

# Attention
How to do after missing the lock pattern? 1) In case that customer do factory reset , All
Unfortunately, customer didn’t create the installed customer application and data will
Google account from the phone. be erased. hence, customer should have to do
backup them in advice.
2) In case that you miss the PIN or Pass code, you
also should have to visit the SVC cetner.
It will be notified on the status bar when it is full.
If you download the “Android System Info”
application from the Market. You can check
system information visually. (Internal Memory
Is there any notification when the internal
Size ==> 170MB)
memory is full?

[How to check the internal memory size]


From Home screen -> Settings -> Check “Internal
phone storage”
After customer fail to try it 5 times, customer can
How to do when missing lock pattern?
try again in 30 seconds or customer can access
# Customer have already logged into Google
the Google E-Mail server again, and customer
server on the phone.
can reset the lock pattern.

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Question Answer
Now the Screen is off after 15 seconds by default
if phone is in the status of From Homescreen. [How to do]
Customer want to set up the screen timeout From Homescreen -> memu -> settings ->
longer than 15 seconds. display -> screen timeout -> select timeout
How to set up the screen timeout?
Yes, It’s possible. If customer uncheck the
“Mobile network”, It won’t be operate for data
connection. customer only can use calling &
Is it possible to turn off the 3G data service? SMS.
Customer want to use only wifi service. [How to do]
From Homescreen -> Menu -> Setting -> Wiress
& networks -> Mobile network -> Uncheck “Data
Enable”

How to Factorey reset?


[How to do]
# Factory reset means the phone will be
From Homescreen->Menu->Setting->Privacy -
recovred to factory shipment status. Installed
>Factory Data Reser->Reset Phone->Erase every
application, PIM data by user will be erased after
thing
doing factory reset.

How to recognize the mass storage(SD card)


Menu -> Settings -> SD card & phone storage ->
when connecting Phone with Laptop by USB
check “Mass storage only”
data cable?

It’s not supported.


# Pls, refer to the below tip.
Touch Calibration is only applied to the model
How to do calibration for touch window? which has resistive touch LCD.
-> Thunder model (Vs660,p-500 etc) with
capacitive is no need for Touch Calibration.
therefore, Touch Calibration is not supportive.

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It will be possible to do factory reset If you have
a Exchange account and you tried to log in MS
exchange via phone.
# Currently, TMUS & ORG SW version are not
supportive.
Exchange manager can do remote factory reset
[How to do]
in case that he lost the phone.
1. First, You should have a authority of Exchange
Server administrator.
2. and then, you can make a factory reset
remotely via OWA(Outlook Web Access)
- “Mobile Device” -> Select the device from the
device list -> Select “Device Remove”
The customer should have to do calibration for
digital compass.
How to calibrate for Compass? [How to do]
After executng the compass application, move
the phone as the shape of “∞” for 2~3 seconds.

Yes, It’s possible.


Is it possible to remove application Icon in home [How to do]
menu? Long press the icon which customer want to
remove and then drag and drop it to trash can.

Officially, it only provides LG Home. If you want


to add the home screen, pls, download the
How to change the Home screen?
Home launcher program from the Android
market.

Yes, it’s supported.


From Homescreen -> Settings -> Wireless
& network settings -> Tethering & Portable
hotspot -> check “USB tethering” (Phone should
Is it possible to use tethering with Android 2.2?
be connected with 3G network)
# In case of Android 2.1, you need to download
the DUN application from the Market. (Ex. PDA
Net)

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Question Answer

How to Factorey reset?


[How to do]
# Factory reset means the phone will be
From Homescreen->Menu->Setting->Privacy -
recovred to factory shipment status. Installed
>Factory Data Reser->Reset Phone->Erase every
application, PIM data by user will be erased after
thing
doing factory reset.

How to recognize the mass storage(SD card)


Menu -> Settings -> SD card & phone storage ->
when connecting Phone with Laptop by USB
check “Mass storage only”
data cable?

It’s not supported.


# Pls, refer to the below tip.
Touch Calibration is only applied to the model
How to do calibration for touch window? which has resistive touch LCD.
-> Thunder model (Vs660,p-500 etc) with
capacitive is no need for Touch Calibration.
therefore, Touch Calibration is not supportive.

It will be possible to do factory reset If you have


a Exchange account and you tried to log in MS
exchange via phone.
# Currently, TMUS & ORG SW version are not
supportive.
Exchange manager can do remote factory reset
[How to do]
in case that he lost the phone.
1. First, You should have a authority of Exchange
Server administrator.
2. and then, you can make a factory reset
remotely via OWA(Outlook Web Access)
- “Mobile Device” -> Select the device from the
device list -> Select “Device Remove”

The customer should have to do calibration for


digital compass.
How to calibrate for Compass? [How to do]
After executng the compass application, move
the phone as the shape of “∞” for 2~3 seconds.

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Question Answer

Yes, It’s possible.


Is it possible to remove application Icon in home [How to do]
menu? Long press the icon which customer want to
remove and then drag and drop it to trash can.

Officially, it only provides LG Home. If you want


to add the home screen, pls, download the
How to change the Home screen?
Home launcher program from the Android
market.

Yes, it’s supported.


From Homescreen -> Settings -> Wireless
& network settings -> Tethering & Portable
hotspot -> check “USB tethering” (Phone should
Is it possible to use tethering with Android 2.2?
be connected with 3G network)
# In case of Android 2.1, you need to download
the DUN application from the Market. (Ex. PDA
Net)

1. When the customer use this option?


1) In case of using other operator’s SIM card
2) In case of using prepaid SIM card
3) In case of using phone which is for open
market.
What is the APN Setting?
2. Where the customer get the setting
(From Homescreen -> Menu -> Settings ->
information?
Wireless controls -> Mobile networks -> Access
Basically, if you set the Name & APN, the rest of
Point Names(APN) -> New APN
option will be set automatically.
Most of information is depend on carrier. hence,
the customer should have to inquire them
to carrier.(APN address / Customer name /
Password)

How to delete initially created Google account.


Is it possible to change Log-in account or
-> Only Factory reset is possilbe ( Google
remove?
scenario)

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Yes, It’s possible.


[How to do]
Click Luncher -> Click Clock application -> Click
How to setup the Alarm ring tone by MP3 file?
“Clock Icon” -> Select the time which you want
to setup the alarm or “Add Alaram” -> Ringtone
-> Selete ring tone

There are several ways as below.


1. Copy it to SIM Card.
[How to do]
From contacts->Menu->More->Import/Export-
>Export to SIM.
2. Copy it to SD Card.
How to backup Contacts? [How to do]
From contacts->Menu->More->Import/Export-
>Export to SD Card.
3. Synchronize it with Google server.
[How to do]
From Homescreen ->Menu->Setting->Data
synchronization->Click Auto-sync.

Download “LG Mobile Support Tool” from the


below website.
[How to download ‘LG Mobile Support Tool’]
WWW.lg.com -> Select Your Region -> Select
Your country
How to obtain the “Android PC suit program”. -> Support -> Mobile phone support -> Click
# PC Sync means synchronizing PIM(personal “Download”
information management)data such as contacts,
calendar, E-mail and MP3, Video, Picture. [How to do]
Execute “LG Mobile Support Tool” -> “Customer
Support ->
“Application, Manual & USB Driver Download” ->
Input IMEI & Model & Serial No -> Download PC
Sync program.

[How to check MAC address]


How to obtain the Wifi MAC address? From Homescreen->Menu->Setting->About
phone ->Status->Wifi MAC address.

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3.3 Home

Question Answer

Yes, It’s possible.


Is it possible to remove application Icon in home [How to do]
menu? Long press the icon which customer want to
remove and then drag and drop it to trash can.

Officially, it only provides LG Home. If you want


to add the home screen, pls, download the
How to change the Home screen?
Home launcher program from the Android
market.

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3.4 Internet

Question Answer

Yes, it’s supported.


From Homescreen -> Settings -> Wireless
& network settings -> Tethering & Portable
hotspot -> check “USB tethering” (Phone should
Is it possible to use tethering with Android 2.2?
be connected with 3G network)
# In case of Android 2.1, you need to download
the DUN application from the Market. (Ex. PDA
Net)

1. When the customer use this option?


1) In case of using other operator’s SIM card.
2) In case of using prepaid SIM card.
3) In case of using phone which is for open
market.
What is the APN Setting?
(From Homescreen -> Menu -> Settings -> 2. Where the customer get the setting
Wireless controls -> Mobile networks -> Access information?
Point Names(APN) -> New APN Basically, if you set the Name & APN, the rest of
option will be set automatically.
Most of information is depend on carrier. hence,
the customer should have to inquire them
to carrier.(APN address / Customer name /
Password)

In the status that the customer turn on both Wifi service have higer priority than 3G data
Wifi and 3G data service, which one have higher service when both of them are available at the
priority? same time.

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3.5 Message,E-mail

Question Answer
Yes, It is.
[How to do]
Multi G-mail account Is supported?
Execute G-Mail -> Menu -> Accounts --> Add
account -> Next -> Sign in or Create

Customer should have to log-into G-mail Once customer log into G-mail, No need to do it
whenever they want to access G-mail? again before factory reset.

[How to check]
How to forward the received message to other Execute “Message” application -> go to “In box”
people? -> Select and long click the message which you
want to forward -> select “Forward”
Detection Behavior
Protocol Type
In device In server
Move ir to trash box No change
What will happen when deleting the E-mail POP3
Delete it from trash box No change
Asynchronous

according IMAP
Move ir to trash box
Delete it from trash box
Move ir to trash box
Delete it from trash box
Synchronous

to the protocol? Exchange


Move ir to trash box Move ir to trash box
Synchronous
Delete it from trash box Delete it from trash box

It will be different according to the operator.


Pls, check as below whether it’s supported or
not.
Is it possible to create the MS exchange account
[How to do]
via E-Mail?
From Homescreen->Launcher->E-Mail->MS
Exchange
* MS Exchange account is not free. It’s will be
charged by Microsoft if you want to use.
How to delete initially created Google account.
Is it possible to change Log-in account or
-> Only Factory reset is possilbe ( Google
remove?
scenario).

How many can I create the MS Exchange In case of E-mail account, you can create it up to
account on the phone? 7 regardless POP3/IMAP4/MS Exchange option.
Go to 48~49 page
MS Exchange Setting Guide. (How to set up MS Exchange #1/
How to set up MS Exchange #2)

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Question Answer
1) In case of Gmail
- It’s only possilbe to upload the image file.
- Max filx size is upto 5MB.
Maximum file size of attachments when you
2) In case of Email
compose the G-mail and E-mail on the phone.
- It’s possbile to upload the image / video /
audio / document file.
- Max filx size is upto 5MB.

3.6 Phone_Calls,Contacts

Questiont Answer

There are several ways as below.


1. Copy it to SIM Card.
[How to do]
From contacts->Menu->More->Import/Export-
>Export to SIM.
2. Copy it to SD Card.
How to backup Contacts? [How to do]
From contacts->Menu->More->Import/Export-
>Export to SD Card.
3. Synchronize it with Google server.
[How to do]
From Homescreen ->Menu->Setting->Data
synchronization->Click Auto-sync.

When contact is created, “contact type” should


be set up to “Google contact” which you want to
synchronize.
New contact created from phone can’t be
[How to check]
synchronized
Contacts -> Menu -> New contact -> Select the
with G-mail.
Google contact(Google account which you want
to synchronize)
# If you select the “Handset”, the created contact
won’t be synchronized with G-mail.

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Questiont Answer

Currently, only VIV and TCL operator support


speed dial.
1. How to check
1) Contacts -> Menu -> More -> select “Speed
Dials”
2) Select the dial expect for operator demaned
fixed speed dial.
3) select contact and then, set-up speed dial.
Another way
1) Contacts > select contact -> Menu > More >
select “Speed Dials” > select number.
Is “Speed Call” supported?
- In case of selected Speed dial, push longer
speed dial from Phone(Dialer) tab or after
selecting speed dial, click “call button” operatos
requested fixed Speed dial is as follows.
[VIV]
1. Voicemail (Voicemail)
2. Voice Portal (*2211)
3. Vivo Informa (*365)
4. Customer Care (*8486)
[TCL]
1. Voicemail (Voicemail)

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3.7 Application

Question Answer

[How to do]
How to remove the installed application by user?
Execute Menu -> Setting -> Applications ->
# In case of built in application, it’s impossible to
Manage applications -> Downloaded ->select
be removed by user.
the application which you want to remove.

LG mobile doesn’t have program to back-up


User’s Apps.
How to backup the applicatin installed by user? Please recommand to install the public back-up
program (ex. “ASTRO File Manager”) from market
in advance.

The customer should have to do calibration for


digital compass.
How to calibrate for Compass? [How to do]
After executng the compass application, move
the phone as the shape of “∞” for 2~3 seconds.

[OS Limitation]
It’s possible. After application is installed inner
memory, you can move application to SD card.
[How to do]
Is it possible to install application program into from home screen -> menu -> setting ->
SD card. application -> manage application -> Click the
“Move to SD card”

* It is possible to move the application into SD,


only if the menu icon is avaiable to click.

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3.8 Utilities

Question Answer

Download “LG Mobile Support Tool” from the


below website.
[How to download ‘LG Mobile Support Tool’]
WWW.lg.com -> Select Your Region -> Select
Your country
How to obtain the “Android PC suit program”. -> Support -> Mobile phone support -> Click
# PC Sync means synchronizing PIM(personal “Download”
information management)data such as contacts,
calendar, E-mail and MP3, Video, Picture... [How to do]
Execute “LG Mobile Support Tool” -> “Customer
Support ->
“Application, Manual & USB Driver Download” ->
Input IMEI & Model & Serial No -> Download PC
Sync program

No, it’s not supported.


[OS Limitation]
Is Power off Alarm supported?
Android phone does not support the function of
power-off alarm.

3.9 Bluetooth

Question Answer

Is it possible to update BT profile on the phone? No, it’s impossible.

Please refer to the model manual about the


What are the supported profiles for Bluetooth?
detail profiles.

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3.10 Wi-Fi

Question Answer

In the status that the customer turn on both Wifi service have higher priority than 3G data
Wifi and 3G data service, which one have higher service when both of them are available at the
priority? same time.

[How to check MAC address]


How to obtain the Wifi MAC address? From Homescreen->Menu->Setting->About
phone ->Status->Wifi MAC address.

1. In case of DHCP IP
AP has a limitation of IP allocation. It’s possibility
AP can’t allocate the IP address anymore due to
capacity.
Hence, try to access the AP again after resetting
AP.
If possbile, pls, update the F/W of AP.
How to check the wifi when the customer can’t
2. In case of static IP
access internet
1) After setting the IP by the customer, User
from the AP(Access point)?
should have to save it.
[How to do]
From Homescreen-> Menu->Setting->Wiress
& network settings->Wifi setting->Menu-
>advanced->Check “Use static IP”
2) Input all information.
- IP address / Gateway / Netmask / DNS 1 / DNS 2

Supported protocol for Wifi? 802.11 b/g

[How to do]
From Home screen -> Menu --> Settings -->
Wireless & networks --> Portable hotspot ->
Wifi-hot spot can be supported? Turn on “Portable Wi-Fi hotspot” --> Go into
“Portable Wi-Fi hotspot” --> Go into “Configure
Wi-Fi hotspot” --> Setup Network SSID / Security
/ Password

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Question Answer

It is possible to be avaiiable 5 ~ 7 ea in case of


How many wireless device can access the phone the normal model.
which is setup as Wifi Hot spot? Please refer to the model manual about the
detail contents.

3.11 Android

Question Answer

What is the Android 2.2 bettter than the Andorid


Please refer to the below table
2.1?

To Compare between 2.1 / 2.2 / 2.3

Optimization of H/W speed.


Support better big screen and resolution.
Revamped UI.
New browser UI and supporting HTML5.
New connect index.
The better Black/White ratio for background.
Improvement of google map 3.1.2
2.0 / 2.1 Android(Eclair) Support to Microsoft exchange.
Support the inner flash for camera.
Digital zoom.
The motion event class to chase multi touch
event.
Improvement virtual keyboard.
Bluetooth 2.1
Live background screen.

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Question Answer

To Compare between 2.1 / 2.2 / 2.3


Genaral Android OS’s speed, memory and
Optimization the performence.
Improvement of practical program speed (using
JIT)
Unification browser application of Crom V8 java
script engine.
Strengthen supporting microsoft exchange
(secure principle, automatic recovery, search
GAL, synchronize date, wifing remote).
Going directly a phone and browser application
2.2 Android(froyo) and Improvement of application luncher.
USB tethering and Wifi hotspot function.
Support market practice program include whole
and automatic update funtion.
Quick change between dictionary and keyboard
lauguage.
Sharing contact and voice call using bluetooth.
Support of file upload field at the browser
application.
Support of installing application in external
memory.

Supprot the WebM video playing.


Improved copy and paste funtion.
Support the FLAC play.
3.0 Android(Gingerbread) Available to Android market browsing at a
desktop.
Android market music store.
The media streaming of PC library.

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3.12 P500 And2.2

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Category Category

Android P500
7 Application Setting O X
2.2 /P509

Sub_
Category Question Answer
Category

The customer should have to do


calibration for digital compass.
Digital How to calibrate for [How to do]
Phone Function
Compass Compass? After executng the compass
application, move the phone as the
shape of “∞” for 2~3 seconds.

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Category Category

Android P500
11 Home Setting O X
2.2 /P509

Sub_
Category Question Answer
Category

Yes, It’s possible.


Is it possible to [How to do]
Phone Function Home menu remove application Long press the icon which customer
Icon in home menu? want to remove and then drag and
drop it to trash can.

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Category Category

Android P500
35 Home Setting O X
2.2 /P509

Sub_
Category Question Answer
Category

Officially, it only provides LG Home.


How to change the If you want to add the home screen,
Phone Function Home menu
Home screen? pls, download the Home launcher
program from the Android market.

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Category Category

Android P500
8 Internet Setting O X
2.2 /P509

Sub_
Category Question Answer
Category
Yes, it’s supported.
From Homescreen -> Settings
-> Wireless & network settings ->
Is it possible to use Tethering & Portable hotspot ->
Phone Function Tethering tethering with P500 check “USB tethering” (Phone should
Android 2.2? be connected with 3G network)
# In case of Android 2.1, you need to
download the DUN application from
the Market. (Ex. PDA Net)

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20 Internet Setting O X
2.2 /P509

Sub_
Category Question Answer
Category
1. When the customer use this
option?
1) In case of using other operator’s
SIM card
What is the APN 2) In case of using prepaid SIM card
Setting? 3) In case of using phone which is
(From Homescreen for open market.
-> Menu -> Settings 2. Where the customer get the
Mobile network Data connection -> Wireless controls setting information?
-> Mobile networks Basically, if you set the Name &
-> Access Point APN, the rest of option will be set
Names(APN) -> New automatically.
APN Most of information is depend on
carrier. hence, the customer should
have to inquire them to carrier.(APN
address / Customer name /
Password...)

NEXT TO GO 42page

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Date

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Android P500
34 Message/E-mail Setting O X
2.2 /P509

Sub_
Category Question Answer
Category

Detection Behavior
Protocol Type
In device In server
Move ir to trash box No change
Is it possible to POP3
Delete it from trash box No change
Asynchronous

Google Service G-Mail Account change Log-in Move ir to trash box Move ir to trash box
IMAP Synchronous
account or remove? Delete it from trash box Delete it from trash box
Move ir to trash box Move ir to trash box
Exchange Synchronous
Delete it from trash box Delete it from trash box

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Date 4 5 6 7

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Category Category

Android P500
30 Multimedia Setting O O
2.2 /P509

Sub_
Category Question Answer
Category

How to setup the Go to 48~49 page


Phone Function Alram Alarm ring tone by (How to set up MS Exchange #1/
MP3 file? How to set up MS Exchange #2)

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Category Category

Android P500 Phone(Calls/


6 Setting O O
2.2 /P509 Contacts)

Sub_
Category Question Answer
Category
There are several ways as below.
1. Copy it to SIM Card.
[How to do]
From contacts->Menu->More->Import/
Export->Export to SIM
How to setup the 2. Copy it to SD Card.
Data Contacts Backup Alarm ring tone by [How to do]
MP3 file? From contacts->Menu->More->Import/
Export->Export to SD Card
3. Synchronize it with Google server.
[How to do]
From Homescreen ->Menu->Setting->Data
synchronization->Click Auto-sync

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Date 6 7

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Category Category

Android P500
1 Utilities Setting O X
2.2 /P509

Sub_
Category Question Answer
Category
Download
“LG Mobile Support Tool” from the
How to obtain the below website.
“Android PC suit - WWW.lg.com or update.lgmobile.
program”. com
# PC Sync means
synchronizing [How to do]
Phone Function PC Sync program PIM(personal Execute “LG Mobile Support Tool” ->
information “Customer Support ->
management)data “Application, Manual & USB Driver
such as contacts, Download” -> Input IMEI & Model
calendar, E-mail and & Serial No -> Download PC Sync
MP3, Video, Picture... program

# P509(TMUS) is not supportieve


according to the operator request.

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Category Category

Android P500
22 Wi-Fi Setting O X
2.2 /P509

Sub_
Category Question Answer
Category

[How to do]
How to obtain the
Phone Function Wifi MAC Address From Homescreen->About phone
Wifi MAC address?
->Status->Wifi MAC address.

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How to set up MS Exchange #1

How to set up MS Exchange #1


1. Select MS Exchange as below 2. Input Email address/Password 3

1. Select MS Exchange as below . Input Email address/Password


t Email address/Password 3. Input Server info, and detailed info

The People Company

3. Input Server info, and detailed info

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How to set up MS Exchange #2

How to set up MS Exchange #2


4. Checking incoming server setting 6. Se

5. If the Security feature is


4. Checking incoming server setting 5. If the Security feature is
setup in Server. This popup will
6. Select the sync option. setup in Server. This popup will
be shown. Otherwise, this popup
be shown. Otherwise, this popup
won’t be shown.
won’t be shown.

The People Company

ure is 6. Select the sync option.


his popup will
ise, this popup
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Remove the device from the below list


Mobile Device

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4. TROUBLE SHOOTING

4.1 RF Component

X200
VCTCXO

FL102 FL1002
W2100 Tx SAW
EGSM/850 Rx SAW

U101 FL104
GSM PAM W900 Tx SAW
U100 +ASM
RF Transceiver FL1001
FL1008 DCS/PCS Rx SAW
W2100 DPX
U103
U102 W900
FL101 W2100 PAM
W2100
Rx SAW
PAM SW100
Mobile Switch

FL2
W900 DPX

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RF component (WCDMA / GSM)

Reference Description Reference Description

U100 RTR6285A(Transceiver) FL2 WCDMA (VIII) Duplexer

U101 GSM TX Module (ASM+GSM PAM) FL101 WCDMA (I) RX SAW Filter

U102 WCDMA (I) PAM FL1002 EGSM/850 Rx saw filter

U103 WCDMA (VIII) PAM FL1001 DCS/PCS Rx saw filter

FL102 WCDMA (I) TX SAW Filter X200 VCTCXO(19.2MHz)

FL104 WCDMA (VIII) TX SAW Filter SW100 RF Antenna Connector

FL1008 WCDMA (I) Duplexer

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4.2 SIGNAL PATH

WCDMA I and VIII Band TX Signal PATH


D2. WCDMA 2100 TX PATH
E2. WCDMA 900 TX PATH
F1. COMMON TX/RX PATH

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WCDMA I and VIII Band TX Signal PATH


D2. WCDMA 2100 TX PATH
E2. WCDMA 900 TX PATH
F1. COMMON TX/RX PATH

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GSM850/GSM900/DCS/PCS’s RX/TX Signal PATH


A. GSM850/GSM900/DCS1800/PCS1900 RX PATH
B. GSM850/GSM900/DCS1800/PCS1900 TX PATH
C1. COMMON TX/RX PATH

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4.3 Checking TCXO Block


The output frequency (19.2MHz) of TCXO (X2001) is used as the reference one of RTR6285 and PM7540 internal VCO.

TP2
TP1

TP3

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TCXO Circuit C206 C207


VREG_TCXO_2.85V

0.1u
1n
TP1
Clesed to TCXO
X200
KT2520F19200DCW28RAK
R204 100 1 6
TRK_LO_ADJ VCONTROL VCC

2 5
C217 NC1 NC2
10n
TP2 3
GND OUT
4 C218 330p
TCXO_PM_19.2MHZ

19.2MHZ C219 330p


TCXO_RTR_19.2MHZ

TP3

Schematic of the Crystal Part (19.2MHz)

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Check TP1
VCC of TCXO

No
VCC ≥ 2.8V Check the PM8029

Yes

Check TP2

No
2.4V ≥ Voltage ≥ 0.4V Check the MSM7225A

Yes

Check TP3

No Check soldering and


19.2 MHz Signal
components

Yes

TCXO is OK

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4.4 Checking GSM TX Module(GSM PAM + ASM) Block

ANT_SEL3
ANT_SEL0
ANT_SEL1
VBATT(TP1)
ANT_SEL2

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14
15
4
G ND6
G ND5
ANT
2mm 7
GND TRX2
13
WCDMA_900_RTX
VBAT VBATT TRX1
18 12 WCDMA_2100_RTX
ANT_SEL2 17
GPCTRL2 RX2
11
C1043 ANT_SEL1 GPCTRL1 RX1
1608

C1044
22u 19 10
47p ANT_SEL0 GPCTRL0 GND7
TP1 20 U101 16
ANT_SEL3 21
TX_EN GND4
6
VRAMP GND3
22 9
PGND1 GND8
23 2
100p
100p
100p
100p

PGND2 GND1
24 1
GND2
8
C 1045
C 1047
C 1048
C 1051

R F IN _ H B
R107

R F IN _ L B
GSM_PA_RAMP
2.2K

C1024

5
39p
C1091 C1092
56p 22p

R116
GSM_TX
75
GSM850(824-849MHz)
R 115

R 117

11dB
91

91

GSM900(880-915MHz)

R113
DCS_PCS_TX
47

DCS(1710-1785 MHz) 7dB


R 112

R 114
130

130

PCS(1850-1910 MHz)

Schematic of the Antenna Switch Block

Module Control and Antenna Switch Logic

ANT_SEL 3 ANT_SEL 2 ANT_SEL 1 ANT_SEL 0 Tx Module Mode

0 0 0 0 Standby

0 1 0 0 Rx1

0 0 1 0 Rx2

0 0 1 1 TRX1

0 0 0 1 TRX2

1 0 1 0 Low Band GMSK

1 0 1 1 High Band GMSK

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Checking Switch Block Power Source

Check ANT_SEL 0,1,2,3


High Level

No
1.2V < Voltage < 3V Check the TP1(VBATT)

Yes

Check the Logic


In each mode

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4.5 Checking WCDMA Block

START

1. Check TCXO 19.2MHz

2. Check FEM Block


Refer to 4.4

3. Check RF Tx Level

4. Check PAM Block


Refer to 1.5.4

5. Check RF Level

6. Ro-download SW & Cal.

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4.5.1Checking TCXO Block


Refer to 4.3

4.5.2. Checking Tx Module Block


Refer to 4.4

4.5.3. Checking RF TX Level

TP4
TP2

TP1

TP3
Test Point (TX Level)

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C 111
1. 2n
ANT105 ANT100 SW100
C118 100p L102 C109
1 2
1

ANT COMMON
1
100p 100p 3 G3 4 G4

DNI

DNI
C116 R100
DNI 68n

R 101

C 115
100p
DNI

TP1
C 1003

C 120

Murata
EAM62492501

C 1021
FL1001

2. 2n
1 IN O1_1 9

O1_2 8

O2_1 7

L1006

14
15
4
3.3n 4 C_C5 O2_2 6

G ND6
G ND5

C _G 1
C _G 2
C _G 3
C _G 4
ANT 2 3 5 10

2mm 7
GND TRX2
13
WCDMA_900_RTX
VBAT VBATT TRX1
18 12 WCDMA_2100_RTX
ANT_SEL2 17
GPCTRL2 RX2
11
C1043 ANT_SEL1 GPCTRL1 RX1
1608

C1044
22u 19 10
47p ANT_SEL0 GPCTRL0 GND7
20 U101 16
ANT_SEL3 21
TX_EN GND4
6
VRAMP GND3
22 9
PGND1 GND8
23 2
100p
100p
100p
100p

PGND2 GND1
24 1
GND2
8
C 1045
C 1047
C 1048
C 1051

C 1041
R F IN _ H B

R107
R F IN _ L B

FL1002

1. 8n
GSM_PA_RAMP
2.2K 1 IN O1_1 9

C1024
3

O1_2 8
39p 7
C1091 C1092 O2_1
56p 22p L1012
9.1n 4 GND O2_2 6
R116

C _G 1
C _G 2
C _G 3
C _G 4
GSM_TX
75 2 3 5 10
GSM850(824-849MHz)
R 115

R 117

11dB
91

91

GSM900(880-915MHz)

R113
DCS_PCS_TX
47

DCS(1710-1785 MHz) 7dB


R 112

R 114
130

130

PCS(1850-1910 MHz)

VBAT
FL1008 C172
C174 C175
6 1 U102 Close to pin1
WCDMA_2100_RTX ANT RX 2.2u 330p 330p
11
18p
C 1090

PGND
C 178
L 121

3 1950MHz
2. 7n

10 1 FL102
L 122

TX
3n

27p

L1035 L1031 VCC2 VCC1


9 2 4 1
RFOUT RFIN OUT IN WCDMA_1900_2100_TX_OUT
1.5n DNI 2 9 8 3 G3 G2 G1
GND1 GND6 ISO VBP
4 8 7 4 5 3 2
GND2 GND5 GND VMODE
5 7 6 5
PA_R0
GND3 GND4 1p 3.3n
1p CPL VEN PA_ON0 3.9n
C183 C181
1950MHz,2140MHz C180 C182
C184 C185
L 115

Band I
2. 4n

100p 100p
RX_WCDMA_HB

C144 DNI
3.3p L116 R122
PDET_IN
51

R123 R124
8dB
110 110

TP2 TP3 TP4


VBAT

C186
C187 C188 680p
2.2u 680p

U103 C121 DNI


11
PGND
C 195
2. 7n

10 1 FL104
VCC2 VCC1
9 2 C194 33p 4 1
RX_WCDMA_900_P RFOUT RFIN OUT IN WCDMA_850_900_TX_OUT
8
ISO VBP
3 GND G3 G2 G1
10n
L 112

C137 C138 7 4 5 3 2
DNI

GND VMODE PA_R0


DNI 6.8n 6 5 897.5MHz
CPL VEN 22n
PA_ON1
C199
C 196

RX_WCDMA_900_M C200 C201


49. 9

R 126

FL2
10n
L 114

100p 100p
6 1
WCDMA_900_RTX ANT RX1
8
L 129

RX2
2. 7n
3. 9n
C 1079

C1081 L1021
3
12n TX
DNI
2
GND1
4 9
GND2 GND5 C197 C198
5 7
GND3 GND4 DNI 0.75p

Band VIII

For testing, Max power output is needed.

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Check ANT_SEL 0,1,2 Yes


RF Tx Level is OK
(High, Low, Low)
No

Yes
Check TP1 Over 21dBm? Check TX Module

No

Yes
Check TP2 Over 21dBm? Check Duplexer

No

Yes
Check TP3 Over 21dBm? Check RTR6285A

No

Check TP4 Over 7dBm?

Check PAM Block


Refer to 1.5.4

RTR6285 Maximum output Power = 7 dBm


RTR6285 minimum output Power = -80 dBm
PAM(ACPM-5281) = Maximum input Power = 10 dBm

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4.5.4. Checking PAM Block


PAM Control Signal
PA_ON0 (C185), PA_ON1(C201) : PAM Enable
PA_R0: PAM Gain Control
PA_ON must be HIGH (over 2.6V)

PAM IN/OUT Signal :


When PAM is under the operation of high power mode (PA_R0(C185) : Low),
PAM OUT power must be over 21 dBm
PAM IN power must be under 10 dBm

TP1

TP3

TP2

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TP2
VBAT
FL1008 C172
C174 C175
6 1 U102 Close to pin1
WCDMA_2100_RTX ANT RX 2.2u 330p 330p
11
18p
C 1090

PGND

C 178
L 121
3 1950MHz

2. 7n
10 1 FL102

L 122
TX

3n

27p
L1035 L1031 VCC2 VCC1
9 2 4 1
RFOUT RFIN OUT IN WCDMA_1900_2100_TX_OUT
1.5n DNI 2 9 8 3 G3 G2 G1
GND1 GND6 ISO VBP
4 8 7 4 5 3 2
GND2 GND5 GND VMODE
5 7 6 5
PA_R0
GND3 GND4 1p 3.3n
1p CPL VEN PA_ON0 3.9n
C183 C181
1950MHz,2140MHz C180 C182
C184 C185

L 115
Band I

2. 4n
100p 100p
RX_WCDMA_HB

C144 DNI
3.3p L116 R122
PDET_IN
51

R123 R124
8dB
110 110

TP1
TP3
VBAT

C186
C187 C188 680p
2.2u 680p

U103 C121 DNI


11
PGND

C 195
2. 7n
10 1 FL104
VCC2 VCC1
9 2 C194 33p 4 1
RX_WCDMA_900_P RFOUT RFIN OUT IN WCDMA_850_900_TX_OUT
8
ISO VBP
3 GND G3 G2 G1
10n
L 112

C137 C138 7 4 5 3 2

DNI
GND VMODE PA_R0
DNI 6.8n 6 5 897.5MHz
CPL VEN 22n
PA_ON1
C199

C 196
RX_WCDMA_900_M C200 C201

49. 9

R 126
FL2
10n
L 114

100p 100p
6 1
WCDMA_900_RTX ANT RX1
8
L 129

RX2
2. 7n
3. 9n
C 1079

C1081 L1021
3
12n TX
DNI
2
GND1
4 9
GND2 GND5 C197 C198
5 7
GND3 GND4 DNI 0.75p

Band VIII

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Set the phone Tx is On and


PDM is 210

Yes
Check TP3 Over 21dBm? RF Tx Level is OK

No

Yes
Check TP2 PA_RO ≥ 2.6V Check MSM7225A

No

Yes
Check TP1 Over 10 dBm? Check RTR6285A

No

Change the board

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4.5.5. Checking RF Rx Level

Test Point (RF Rx Level)

Bias
TP1

TP3

TP5 TP2

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C 111
1. 2n
ANT105 ANT100 SW100
C118 100p L102 C109
1 2
1

ANT COMMON
1
100p 100p 3 G3 4 G4

DNI

DNI
C116 R100
DNI 68n
R 101

C 115
TP1
100p
DNI
C 1003

C 120

Murata
EAM62492501

C 1021
FL1001

2. 2n
1 IN O1_1 9

O1_2 8

O2_1 7

L1006

14
15
4
3.3n 4 C_C5 O2_2 6

G ND6
G ND5

C _G 1
C _G 2
C _G 3
C _G 4
ANT
2 3 5 10

2mm 7
GND TRX2
13
WCDMA_900_RTX
VBAT VBATT TRX1
18 12 WCDMA_2100_RTX
ANT_SEL2 17
GPCTRL2 RX2
11
C1043 ANT_SEL1 GPCTRL1 RX1
1608

C1044
22u 19 10
47p ANT_SEL0 GPCTRL0 GND7
20 U101 16
ANT_SEL3 21
TX_EN GND4
6
VRAMP GND3
22 9
PGND1 GND8
23 2
100p
100p
100p
100p

PGND2 GND1
24 1
GND2
8
C 1045
C 1047
C 1048
C 1051

C 1041
R F IN _ H B

R107
R F IN _ L B

FL1002

1. 8n
GSM_PA_RAMP
2.2K 1 IN O1_1 9

C1024
3

O1_2 8
39p 7
C1091 C1092 O2_1
56p 22p L1012
9.1n 4 GND O2_2 6
R116

C _G 1
C _G 2
C _G 3
C _G 4
GSM_TX
75 2 3 5 10
GSM850(824-849MHz)
R 115

R 117

11dB
91

91

GSM900(880-915MHz)

R113
DCS_PCS_TX
47

DCS(1710-1785 MHz) 7dB


R 112

R 114
130

130

PCS(1850-1910 MHz)

VBAT
FL1008 C172
C174 C175
6 1 U102 Close to pin1
WCDMA_2100_RTX ANT RX 2.2u 330p 330p
11
18p
C 1090

PGND
C 178
L 121

3 1950MHz
2. 7n

10 1 FL102
L 122

TX
3n

27p

L1035 L1031 VCC2 VCC1


9 2 4 1
RFOUT RFIN OUT IN WCDMA_1900_2100_TX_OUT
1.5n DNI 2 9 8 3 G3 G2 G1
GND1 GND6 ISO VBP
4 8 7 4 5 3 2
GND2 GND5 GND VMODE
5 7 6 5
PA_R0
GND3 GND4 1p 3.3n
1p CPL VEN PA_ON0 3.9n
C183 C181
1950MHz,2140MHz C180 C182
C184 C185
L 115

Band I
2. 4n

100p 100p
RX_WCDMA_HB

C144 DNI
3.3p L116 R122
PDET_IN
51

R123 R124
8dB
110 110

TP2 TP3
VBAT

C186
C187 C188 680p
2.2u 680p

U103 C121 DNI


11
PGND
C 195
2. 7n

10 1 FL104
VCC2 VCC1
9 2 C194 33p 4 1
RX_WCDMA_900_P RFOUT RFIN OUT IN WCDMA_850_900_TX_OUT
8
ISO VBP
3 GND G3 G2 G1
10n
L 112

C137 C138 7 4 5 3 2
DNI

GND VMODE PA_R0


DNI 6.8n 6 5 897.5MHz
CPL VEN 22n
PA_ON1
C199
C 196

RX_WCDMA_900_M C200 C201


49. 9

R 126

FL2
10n
L 114

100p 100p
6 1
WCDMA_900_RTX ANT RX1
8
L 129

RX2
2. 7n
3. 9n
C 1079

C1081 L1021
3
12n TX
DNI
2
GND1
4 9
GND2 GND5 C197 C198
5 7
GND3 GND4 DNI 0.75p

Band VIII

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VDD_RX WCDMA RX 2100 LNA Circuit


0. 1u

100p
1K

Bias
R 119

L118
C 169

C 170

C 179
2n

2. 7p
L123
WB2100_MIX_INP
FL101

C 176
1.8n

4. 7n
R120 33p L120
RX_WCDMA_2100_LNA_OUT 1 3

W2100 RX(2110 - 2170 MHz)


IN OUT
0 4 DNI
_OUT C173
G1 G3
2 5
2140MHz

C 171
8.2n

2. 7p
L119
C177
R121 WB2100_MIX_INM
RX_WCDMA_1900_LNA_OUT 1.8n
DNI

TP5

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Set the phone Rx is On

No
Check BIAS over 2.1 V? Check bias block soldering

Yes

No
Check TP1 Signal exist? Check RF Switch (M/S)

Yes

No
Check TP2 Signal exist? Check TX Module Refer 1.4

Yes

No
Check TP3 Signal exist? Check Duplexer

Yes

No
Check TP4 Signal exist? DNI  SKIP

Yes

No
Check TP5 Signal exist? Check RTR6285 and Rx SAW filter

Yes

Change the board

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4.6 Checking GSM Block

Start

1. Check TCXO Block

2. Check Tx Module

3. Check RF TRX Level

4. Ro-download SW & Cal.

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2,3

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4.6.1 Checking TCXO Block


Refer to 4.3

4.6.2 Checking Tx module Block


Refer to 4.4

4.6.3 Checking RF TX level

TP2
TP3

TP1

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C 111
1. 2n
ANT105 ANT100 SW100
C118 100p L102 C109
1 2
1

ANT COMMON
1
100p 100p 3 G3 4 G4

DNI

DNI
C116 R100
DNI 68n
R 101

C 115
TP1
100p
DNI
C 1003

C 120

Murata
EAM62492501

C 1021
FL1001

2. 2n
1 IN O1_1 9

O1_2 8

O2_1 7

L1006

14
15
4
3.3n 4 C_C5 O2_2 6

G ND6
G ND5

C _G 1
C _G 2
C _G 3
C _G 4
ANT
2 3 5 10

2mm 7
GND TRX2
13
WCDMA_900_RTX
VBAT VBATT TRX1
18 12 WCDMA_2100_RTX
ANT_SEL2 17
GPCTRL2 RX2
11
C1043 ANT_SEL1 GPCTRL1 RX1
1608

C1044
22u 19 10
47p ANT_SEL0 GPCTRL0 GND7
20 U101 16
ANT_SEL3 21
TX_EN GND4
6
VRAMP GND3
22 9
PGND1 GND8
23 2
100p
100p
100p
100p

PGND2 GND1
24 1
GND2
8
C 1045
C 1047
C 1048
C 1051

C 1041
R F IN _ H B

R107
R F IN _ L B

FL1002

1. 8n
GSM_PA_RAMP
2.2K 1 IN O1_1 9

C1024
3

O1_2 8

TP2
39p 7
C1091 C1092 O2_1
56p 22p L1012
9.1n 4 GND O2_2 6
R116

C _G 1
C _G 2
C _G 3
C _G 4
GSM_TX
75 2 3 5 10
GSM850(824-849MHz)
R 115

R 117

11dB
91

91

GSM900(880-915MHz)

TP3
R113
DCS_PCS_TX
47

DCS(1710-1785 MHz) 7dB


R 112

R 114
130

130

PCS(1850-1910 MHz)

Schematic of GSM/DCS/PCS Tx Block

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START

Check TCXO Block Refer to 1.3

No

Check TP1 Yes


If GSM over 31 dBm? GSM/DCS/PCS Tx is OK
If DCS/PCS over 28 dBm? Check other part

No

Check TP2, 3 Yes Check Tx Module


If GSM(TP2) under 6 dBm? (ASM+EDGE PAM)
If DCS/PCS(TP3) over 6 dBm?
Refer to 4.4

No

No Problem
Check RTR & PAD Check soldering and components

Still exist Problem

Change the board

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4.6.4 Checking RF Rx Block

TP2
TP1

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TP1

C 111
1. 2n
SW100
C109
2
ANT COMMON
1
100p 3 G3 4 G4
DNI

C116 R100
DNI 68n
C 115

C 1042
3. 9n
RX_PCS_P
Murata
EAM62492501 0.75p C1013
DNI PCS(1930-1990 MHz)

C 1021
L1014
FL1001

2. 2n

C 1052
3. 9n
1 IN O1_1 9

8
RX_PCS_M
O1_2
O2_1 7

L1006
C1036
14
15
4

3.3n 4 C_C5 O2_2 6 RX_DCS_P


5.6n
G ND6
G ND5

C _G 1
C _G 2
C _G 3
C _G 4
ANT

2 3 5 10
L1010
0.75p
GND TRX2 WCDMA_900_RTX DNI DCS(1805-1880 MHz)
7 13 L1011
VBATT TRX1
18 12 WCDMA_2100_RTX
GPCTRL2 RX2 C1040
17 11
19
GPCTRL1 RX1
10 5.6n RX_DCS_M
GPCTRL0 GND7
20 U101 16

C 1023
TX_EN GND4

3. 3p
21 6
VRAMP GND3
22
PGND1 GND8
9 RX_GSM_900_P
23 2
PGND2 GND1
24 1
GND2 L1008 L1007
8

C 1041
DNI 15n
R F IN _ H B
R F IN _ L B

FL1002
1. 8n GSM(925-960 MHz)

C 1025
3. 3p
1 IN O1_1 9

RX_GSM_900_M
3

O1_2 8

C 1004
7

2. 2p
C1091 C1092 O2_1
56p 22p L1012
4 GND O2_2 6
RX_GSM_850_P
9.1n
R116
C _G 1
C _G 2
C _G 3
C _G 4
75 2 3 5 10 L1003 L1005
GSM850(824-849MHz) DNI 18n GSM(869-894 MHz)
R 115

R 117

11dB
91

91

GSM900(880-915MHz)

C 1016
2. 2p
RX_GSM_850_M

R113
47

7dB
R 112

R 114
130

130

Schematic of GSM/DCS/PCS Rx Block

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Set the phone Rx is On

No
Check TP1 Signal exist ? Check RF Switch (M/S)

Yes

No Check Tx Module
Check TP2 Signal exist ?
Refer to 4.4

Yes

Change the board

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4.7 GPS/WIFI/BT RF Component

ANT103

FL103
U104

RF Component(GPS)

Reference Description

ANT103 ANTENNA PAD


connected to Carrier type antenna

FL103 GPS SAW FILTER

U104 GPS LNA

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ANT901

FL900
U900

U901

Reference Description

ANT901 ANTENNA PAD


connected to Carrier type antenna

U900 BT module

U901 WiFi module

FL900 FEM

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4.8 GPS/WIFI/BT SIGNAL PATH

GPS Signal PATH (main board bottom)

GPS Rx PATH

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BT_TRx

WLAN_Tx WLAN_Rx

WiFi / BT Signal PATH

WiFi / BT Tx and Rx PATH

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4.9 GPS/WIFI/BT Trouble shooting

4.9.1 A-GPS Block

TP2

TP1

LNA for the GPS


C 189

L 124
2. 7n

3. 3n

ANT103 FL1033
1575.42 MHz
1 G3 4
IN OUT
G1 G2
2 5
Near To LNA
C232 L125 L126 C190
C191 L128
DNI 100n 0.5p R125
1.5n
DNI VREG_RF_2.7V
4.7n 12
C192 C193
18p 0.1u
TP1
1
R F _ IN

GND VDD L130


R127 3 5
GPS_MODE 2
S_D FIL_OUT
4
GPS_IN
12
100p
U104 C202
C204 C203
6.8p 0.5p DNI
TP2

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Set the phone GPS is ON

No
Check TP1 About 2.7V? Check power LRC filter soldering

Yes

No
Check TP2 About 2.6V? Check SW and NV item

Yes

Change the board

4.9.2 WLAN/BT/FM Block

1
3 3

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START

1. Check the Power

2. Check the Clock

3. Check the Module

Component Change

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Module part

BT/WI-FI FRONT-END
C 901
1. 2n

C 902
100p

ANT901

BT_WLAN_RF

100p
L905 L906
C946
DNI 100n

L900
WLAN_RF_RX
3.9n

C907 C906

DNI DNI

FL900

3 L903
WLAN_RX
1
WLAN_TX WLAN_RF_TX
4 5 2.4n
WLAN_SW_[0] TR_SW0 BT_TRX
2 C908 C909
WLAN_SW_[1] TR_SW1 6
12 GND1 DNI DNI
WLAN_SW_[2] TR_SW2 8
GND2
7 9
BT_WLAN_RF ANT GND3
11 10
WLAN_PWR_DET_IN CPL GND4
13
PGND
C911 C912 C913
C 914

2400MHz,2500MHz
2. 7p

10p 10p 10p


BT_RF_QCT

C916
1.8n
DNI
C915

ANTENNA SWITCH MODULE LOGIC


SW0 SW1 SW2

WiFi RX-ANT HIGH LOW LOW

WiFi TX-ANT LOW HIGH LOW


BT-ANT LOW LOW HIGH

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B T _ F M_ CL K _ R E Q_ WCN
B T _ F M_ CL K _ WCN

B T _ P CM_ S Y NC

B T _ P R I OR I T Y
WL AN_ ACT I V E
F M_ R DS _ I NT

B T _ P CM_ I N

B T _ R F _ QCT
B T _ ACT I V E
F M_ R
F M_ L
BT/FM Module : WCN2243
C904
R900

1M
22p
VREG_MSME_1.8V

45

25

27
26

52
20
17

30
35
34

3
R901 R902
31
2.2K 2.2K VDD_IO VREG_MSME_1.8V

T X_ CONF I R M
B T _ CL K _ R E Q

BT _ RF I O
B T _ P CM_ S Y NC
S Y S _ CL K

F M_ L O_ R
F M_ R DS _ I NT

B T _ P CM_ OUT

B T _ ACT I V E
B T _ S T AT US
F M_ L O_ L
24
VDD_XO_BIAS
6
GND1
33 14
BT_RST_N SYS_RST_N VREG_DIG
28 4
I2C_COMMON_SDA_WCN I2C_SDA VREG_ANA
29 10
I2C_COMMON_SCL_WCN I2C_SCL VDD_LDO_IN
L901
L902 82n 43 54
FM_ANT FM_HRX_IN VDD_FM_1P3_1
68n
49 37
BT_PCM_OUT FM_PRXTX_IO VDD_FM_1P3_2
50
VDD_FM_1P3_3
46 55
C910 L904
BT_PCM_IN
R903
56
FM_I2S_SD U900 VDD_FM_1P3_4
DNI
FM_I2S_WS
47p 82n BT_PCM_SYNC 51
FM_I2S_SCK
WCN2243 VDD_DIG_1P3
21
BT_PCM_CLK 32
58
EAN61966101 VDD_FM_DAC
BT_PCM_OUT TP900 TP901 BT_PCM_IN
42 19
BT_PCM_CLK BT_PCM_CLK VDD_BT_PA +3V_WLAN_WCN
53
SLEEP_CLK SLEEP_CLK
13
VDD_BT_1P3_1
36 12
BT_UART_TX BT_UART_RXD VDD_BT_1P3_2
47 15
BT_UART_RX BT_UART_TXD VDD_BT_1P3_3
40 5
BT_UART_RTS BT_UART_CTS VDD_BT_1P3_4
57
BT_UART_CTS BT_UART_RTS
AGND_ F M1
AGND_ F M2
AGND_ F M3
AGND_ F M4

AGND_ B T 1
AGND_ B T 2
AGND_ B T 3
AGND_ B T 4
AGND_ B T 5
AGND_ B T 6
AGND_ B T 7
AGND_ F M
GND2
GND3

GND4

R904
TP902 TP903 TP904 TP905

10p

10p
10n

10n

10n

10n

10n

1u
1M

4. 7u

4. 7u
C921 C922 C925
41
23

48
38
39
44

16

22

8
9
18
2
7
11
1

C917 C918 C919 C920 C923 C924 C926 C927


0.1u

c l o s e t o pi n 5 4

c l o s e t o pi n 3 7

c l o s e t o pi n 5

c l o s e t o pi n 1 3

Wi-Fi : WCN1314
18 28
SLEEP_CLK SLEEP_CLK DNC2
27
GND_D1
9
DNC1
25 82
GND_D2 PLL_EXT_LPF
26
GND_D3
19
WLAN_RST_N WLAN_RST_N C932
39 75
WLAN_ACTIVE WLAN_ACTIVE GND_A 470p

20
BT_PRIORITY BT_PRIORITY
29 84
BT_ACTIVE BT_ACTIVE RF_TX_DA
71
RF_TX_PA WLAN_RF_TX
C937 1n 41
WLAN_CLK_WCN TCXO_IN
80
WLAN_RF_RX RF_RX U901
87
WLAN_PWR_DET_IN PDET_INWCN1314-0-87WLNSP-TR-0D
45
EAN62416201 GND_A1
22 56
PA_EN GND_A2
17 53
WLAN_CLK_REQ_WCN WLAN_CLK_REQ GND_A3
33
GND_A4
12
WLAN_SW_[0] TR_SW_EN_0
21
WLAN_SW_[1] TR_SW_EN_1
11
WLAN_SW_[2] TR_SW_EN_2
23
WLAN_CMD SDIO_CMD
14 63
WLAN_CLK SDIO_CLK REXT
15
WLAN_SDIO[3] SDIO_DATA3
6
WLAN_SDIO[2] SDIO_DATA2
R 905

10K

16
WLAN_SDIO[1] SDIO_DATA1
13
WLAN_SDIO[0] SDIO_DATA0

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WiFi : WCN 1314


R1 0
+1V2_MSM_A2_WCN
79
C928 GND_A21
10n
3
GND_D1
7
GND_D2
1
GND_D3
R2 0 31 10
+1V2_WLAN_WCN VDD_CORE1 GND_D4
46 30
C929 VDD_CORE2 GND_A1
C930 48 58
VDD_CORE3 GND_A22
4.7u 0.1u
5 24
VDD_CORE_AON1 GND_D5
36 32
VREG_MSME_1.8V VDD_CORE_AON2 GND_D6
38 37
VDD_CORE_AON3 GND_D7
C931 47
GND_D8
8
0.1u VDD_IO
70
GND_A2
2 64
R3 0 VDD_FEM U901 GND_A23
+1V3_MSM_A3_WCN
EAN62416201 86
C933 GND_A3
C935 C936 C934 4
100p VDD_SDIO
2.2u 100n 52
220n GND_A4
85 34
VDD_RFA10 GND_D9
77 60
VDD_RFA11 GND_A5
72
GND_A6
78 73
VDD_PA GND_A7
61
GND_A8
51 44
+1V8_WLAN_TCXO VDD_TCXO GND_A9
35 65
VDD_RFA1 GND_A10
?

FB900 74 83
VDD_RFA2 GND_A11
66 50
VDD_RFA3 GND_A12
C938 81
VDD_RFA4
10n 67 59
VDD_RFA5 GND_A13
54 68
VDD_RFA6 GND_A14
76 69
VDD_RFA7 GND_A15
62
VDD_RFA8
49 57
VDD_RFA9 GND_A16
55
C939 C940 C941 C942 GND_A17
42
22u 10n 100p 100p GND_A18
40
GND_A19
43
GND_A20

FB1
R4 0
+3V_WLAN_WCN
60
C943 C944 C945
2.2u 0.1u 100p
colse to pin78

[Figure] Schematic of WiFi/BT module

TP1
TP2

TP3

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Test point Description

Test point Net name Description

TP1 ‘+3V_WLAN_WCN Power for BT/WiFi BB core and WiFi power Amp. (V Batt)

TP2 VREG_MSME_1.8V Power for BT power Amp. (1.8V)

TP3 VREG_MSME_1.8V Power for host interface (1.8V)

START

No
TP1, 2, 3 is OK? Check the power block

Yes

SDIO ok? Yes


Module Check
UART ok?

No

Board Change

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4.10 Power ON Trouble Shooting


Power On sequence of E400 is :
Power key press  KPD_PWR_N go to low  PM8029 Power Up  VREG_MSMC1_1.1V (L400), VREG_MSMC2_1.1V
(L401), VREG_MSME_1.8V (L402), VREG_P3_2.85V (C453), VREG_MSMA1_2.6V (C448), VREG_MSMA2_1.2V (C444) VREG_
TCXO_2.85V (C449) power ON  Phone booting and PS_HOLD(D401) go to High

START

No
Battery voltage higher than 3.70V(OCV)? Change or charging the Battery

Yes

TP1(R810) high to low No


Check correctly working power key
when key press?

Yes

Check below power output


(VREG_MSMC1_1.1V)
(VREG_MSMC2_1.1V) No
(VREG_MSME_1.8V) Change the Main board
(VREG_P3_2.85V)
(VREG_MSMA1_2.6V)
(VREG_MSMA2_1.2V)
(VREG_TCXO_2.85V)

Yes

Is clock ok? No
Change the Main board
TP2 (X200) : 19.2M

Yes

Redownload SW image

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TP1

VREG_MSMA2_1.2V
VREG_P3_2.85V
VREG_MSMC1_1.1V
VREG_TCXO_2.85V
VREG_MSMC2_1.1V
VREG_MSMA1_2.6V

PS_HOLD VREG_MSME_1.8V

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TP2

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4.11 Charging Trouble Shooting

u-USB Connector
VBUS_CHG_IN

CN400

10 8
TA (5.1V, 700mA)
1
VBUS 2mm 1
IN
FL400

OUT
2mm
6 2 GND1 GND2

22p
3
C465
7 4
USB_ID 1u

C 402
5

FL401
11 9
6

C404 VA400
P6

22p 2 4 ZD400
P2 P4
1 3
P1 P3
5 P5

MINIABB_DM
MINIABB_DP

Mini ABB_NS
TA Main Battery
VBUS_CHG_IN VBAT
C 400

1u

C401
1u
E4 C5
VBUS1 BATT1
E5 D5
VBUS2 BATT2

MINIABB_DM E3 A2
D- DN USBH_DM
E2 A3
MINIABB_DP D+ DP USBH_DP

E1 A5
USB_ID ID U1 UART_RX
U400 A4
U2 UART_TX
D1
VCHG_VBUS RES
B1
AUD1
TP400 D3 C1
DSS AUD2 VREG_MSME_1.8V
B5 A1
EXPDET MIC
I NT ¡ ¬
1u

D2
GND4
GND3
GND2
GND1

CAP VREG_MSME_1.8V
S DA
S CL
C 406

C407
D4
C4
C3
C2

B2
B3
B4

1u
R 401

R 402
4. 7K

4. 7K
R 403

10K

MINIABB_I2C_SCL
GND
MINIABB_I2C_SDA

MINIABB_INT

1. Charging Procedure 3. Troubleshooting Setup


- Connect TA or u-USB Cable - Connect TA and battery to the phone
- Control the charging current by LP8727-B IC
- Charging current flows into the battery

2. Check Point 4. Troubleshooting Procedure


- Connection of TA or USB Cable - Check the charger (TA or USB Cable)
- Charging IC (LP8727-B) - Check the OVP Circuit
- Battery - Check the Charging IC
- Check the battery

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START

Check the pin and battery connect


terminals of I/O connector

No
Connection OK? Change I/O connector

Yes

Is the u-USB No
Cable voltage 4.8V (for 5.0V) Change TA (or u-USB cable)

Yes

Is it changing properly Yes


END
After turning on?

No

Check MiniABB (U400) SMT status


by X-ray.
Exchange MiniABB or change
the Main board and reset.

Charger Troubleshoot Flow

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U400

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4.12 3MFF Camera Trouble Shooting


3M camera control signals are generated by MSM7225A.

START

Check the camera Conn.


and reconnect the camera

Yes
Camera is OK? END

No

No MSM 7227 output


signal check MCLK(TP1), Reset(TP2),
PWDN(TP3)

Yes

No Check IOVDD(TP4),
DVDD(TP5), AVDD(TP6)
Yes

Check the EMI Filter No


(FL505)

Yes
Change the EMI Filter
Change the camera
(FL505)

Yes
Camera is OK END

No

Change the Main board

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GPIO_12
E25
GPIO_13
G23 MSM7225A TP1
GPIO_14
AT32 R206
GPIO_15 CAM_MCLK
AM16 10
GPIO_16 PROX_I2C_SCL
AN17
GPIO_17 PROX_OUT C220 C221
AR15
GPIO_18 MOTION_INT2
AR33 7.5p DNI
GPIO_19 eMMC_DATA[7]
AN35
GPIO_20 eMMC_DATA[6]
AP36
GPIO_21 eMMC_DATA[5]
AJ15
GPIO_22 PA_ON1
AN25
GPIO_23

3M CAMERA
Must Check Pinmap!!
CAM_DVDD_1.2V

3M Camera Connector
CAM_IOVDD_1.8V

CN501
1 24
CAM_AVDD_2.8V
2 23
CAM_MCLK
10

TP5
9

3 22
G2
G1

MIPI_CSI_CLKN P8 P4 4 21
8 4
MIPI_CSI_CLKP P7 P3
7 3
MIPI_CSI_DN P6 P2
MIPI_CSI_DP
6
5
P5 P1
2
1
5 20
TP6
6 19
FL505 CAM_IOVDD_1.8V
FL505 7 18

8 17

9 16
TP4

TP2 10 15
R 506

R 507
2. 2K

2. 2K

11 14
CAM_RESET_N CAM_I2C_SDA
12 13
CAM_PWDN CAM_I2C_SCL

TP3
V A 503

V A 504

C511 C512 C513


2.2u 2.2u 4.7u
V A 501

V A 502

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TP2

FL505 TP5

TP6
TP4
TP2 TP3

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4.13 Main LCD trouble


Main LCD control signals are generated by MSM7225A. Those signal’s path are : MSM7225A → LCD Module

START

Press Power key to tun the power On

No Follow the Power ON


Is the circuit powered?
trouble-shooting
Yes
Disconnect and reconnect
LCD connector

LCD display OK?

No

Check Power No
VREG_MSME_1.8V(TP1)
Yes
VREG_LCD_2.8V(TP2)
Yes

Change the LCD Module Change the Main board

END

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TP1

TP2

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4.14 Proximity Sensor on/off Trouble Shooting


Proximity Sensor is worked as below :

Call connected → Object moved at the sensor → Control the screen’s on/off operation automatically

START

Call Connect & Object moved at the


Proximity Sensor

Yes
LCD off?

No

Check PROX_I2C_SDA / No
SCL Output & Prox_out Change the Proximity Sensor (U602)
(TP1,2,3)
Yes

No
Work well? Chang the main board

Yes

END

Measurement
VREG_MSME_1.8V
VREG_PROX_2.6V
PROX_OUT
PROX_I2C_SCL / SDA

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Proximity sensor
VREG_PROX_2.8V
VREG_MSME_1.8V

TP2

R 607

10
R 608

4. 7K

4. 7K
R 609

U602
8 1 R610
PROX_I2C_SCL SCL LEDA
3.3
C604
7 2
PROX_I2C_SDA SDA LEDC 10u

6 3

TP1
VIO VCC
TP3
5 VOUT 4
GND PROX_OUT
C605
1u
C606
C607
4.7u

TP3
TP2 TP1

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4.15 Motion Sensor on/off Trouble Shooting


Motion Sensor is worked as below :

Accelerometer Sensor function On → Tilt the phone (90˚) → The screen is had rotated automatic

START

Accelerometer Sensor function On

Tilt the phone

Yes
The Screen is rotated?

No

No
Check Motion_I2C_SDA/SCL output Change the Motion Sensor U600

Yes

No
Check Motion_INT output Change the Motion Sensor U600

Yes

No
Work well? Change the Main board

Yes

END

Measurement
VREG_MSME_1.8V
MOTION_INT
MOTION_I2C_SDA / SCL

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VREG_MSME_1.8V

TP2
R 614

MOTION_INT 4. 7K

MOTION_I2C_SCL VREG_MSME_1.8V

C602
TP1 0.1u
TP3
16
15
14
13
12

R 613

4. 7K
IN T 1

G ND3
V DD
V D D IO
SCK

1 11
MOTION_INT2 2
INT2
U600
SDI
10
MOTION_I2C_SDA
PS1 SDO
3 9
PS2 DRDY COMPASS_DRDY
G ND1
G ND2
CS B1
CS B2
IN T 3

C601
4
5
6
7
8

0.1u

COMPASS_INT

TP1 TP2
TP3

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4.16 Compass Sensor on/off Trouble Shooting


Compass Sensor is worked as below :

Compass Sensor function On

START

Compass Sensor function On

Chang the position of the phone

Yes
The direction is correct?

No

Check Motion_I2C_SDA/SCL No
Change the Motion Sensor U600
output(TP2,TP3)

Yes

Check COMPASS_DRDY No
Change the Motion Sensor U600
output(TP1)

Yes

No
Work well? Change the Main board

Yes

END

Measurement
VREG_MSME_1.8V
MOTION_I2C_SCL / SDA

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COMPASS_DRDY

VREG_MSME_1.8V

TP2
R 614

4. 7K

MOTION_INT
MOTION_I2C_SCL VREG_MSME_1.8V

C602
0.1u
TP3
16
15
14
13
12

R 613

4. 7K
IN T 1

G ND3
V DD
V D D IO
SCK

1 11
MOTION_INT2 2
INT2
U600
SDI
10
MOTION_I2C_SDA
PS1 SDO
3 9
PS2 DRDY COMPASS_DRDY
G ND1
G ND2
CS B1
CS B2
IN T 3

C601
4
5
6
7
8

0.1u
TP1

COMPASS_INT

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TP2
TP3
TP1

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4.17 DC Motor Trouble Shooting


Vibrator is worked as below

START

Vibrator is not working well

No
TP1 is same voltage as VBAT? Change Main board

Yes

Votage is almost 3V Between No


TP1 and TP2 Change PMIC

Yes

No
Change Motor, working well ? Change Main board

Yes

END

Measurement
VBAT
VIB_DRV_N

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VIBRATOR
4. TROUBLE SHOOTING

VBAT TP1

VB700
D700 L700 82n 1
TP2
L701
82n 2
VIB_DRV_N

VA700 VA701

TP1

TP2

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4.18 Audio Troble


4.18.1 Receiver Path
MSM7225A EAR1_OP, EAR1_ON → RCV_P, RCV_N → R702, R703 (TP3) →

M700 (TPA2055D3: Audio Subsystem) → FB705, FB706 (TP2) → CN700 (TP1) (Antenna + SPK pad)

START

Connect the phone to network


equipment and set-up call.
Set-up 1KHz tone out.

Yes
Can you hear the 1KHz TONE? END

No

The sine wave appears at Yes Re-contact or Change the SPK/RCV


CN700 (TP1) ? module
No

The sine wave appears at Yes


Change the SPK/RCV module
FB705, FB706 (TP2)?
No

The sine wave appears at Yes


Change the M700 (Audio Subsystem)
R702, R703(TP3)?

No

Change the U200 (MSM7225A) or


Change the main PCB

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SPEAKER
TP1
CN700
1
SPK_RCV_P
2
CN700(TP1)
SPK_RCV_N

HIR-02A57-0000AA

VA704 VA705
C726 C727
33p 33p

VREG_MSME_1.8V VBAT

FB700 FB701
600 600

C700 C701 C702 C703


0.1u 4.7u 0.1u
2.2u

TP3
R702 C707 C708
10
TP2
D2

D4

RCV_N R703 1n 1n
RCV_P 10
HP V DD

S P V DD

C4 E3 FB705
IN3- OUT+ SPK_RCV_P
C735 DNI C3 E4 FB706
FM_L IN3+ OUT- SPK_RCV_N
C736 DNI
FM_R A3 B1
C714 2.2u
HPH_L B3
IN1+ HPL EAR_L
C715 2.2u
HPH_R IN1- M700 A1
A4
HPR EAR_R
C716 39n
LINE_OP B4
IN2+
D1
C718 39n C719 2.2u
LINE_ON IN2- CP

B2 E1
AUDIO_I2C_SDA SDA CN
C2
AUDIO_I2C_SCL SCL
C P V DD

C PVS S

G ND
B IA S
R 707

R 708
4. 7K

4. 7K

A2

E2

C1

D3

C723 C724 C725

2.2u 2.2u 2.2u

VREG_MSME_1.8V

FB705, FB706(TP2)

M700
R702,R703(TP3)

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4.18.2 Headset path


MSM7225A HPH_R, HPH_L → C714, C715(TP2) → M700 (TPA2055D3: Audio Subsystem) →

R710, R711 → FB702, FB703(TP1) → CN701 ( 3.5pi Ear-jack )

START

Connect the phone to network


equipment and set-up call.
Set-up 1KHz tone out.

Yes
Can you hear the 1KHz TONE? END

No

The sine wave appears at Yes Re-Solder & Change CN701 or change
FB702, FB703(TP1)? the main PCB

No

The sine wave appears at Yes


C714, C715(TP2)? Change the M700 (Audio Subsystem)

No

Change the U200 (MSM7225A) or


Change the main PCB

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M6-GND
1800 FB702 6
M1-R
1
M4-DETECT
TP1 4D CN701
1800 FB703
M4-L
1800 FB704 4
M5-MIC
5
CN701

ZD700

**TOP**FB702, FB703(TP1)

VREG_MSME_1.8V VBAT

FB700 FB701
600 600

C700 C701 C702 C703


0.1u 4.7u 0.1u

M700
2.2u

R702 C707 C708


10
D2

D4

RCV_N R703 1n 1n
RCV_P 10

TP2
HP V DD

S P V DD

C4 E3 FB705
IN3- OUT+ SPK_RCV_P
C735 DNI C3 E4 FB706
FM_L IN3+ OUT- SPK_RCV_N
C736 DNI
FM_R

C714, C715(TP2)
C714 2.2u A3 B1
HPH_L B3
IN1+ HPL EAR_L
C715 2.2u
HPH_R IN1- M700 A1
A4
HPR EAR_R
C716 39n
LINE_OP B4
IN2+
D1
C718 39n C719 2.2u
LINE_ON IN2- CP

B2 E1
AUDIO_I2C_SDA SDA CN
C2
AUDIO_I2C_SCL SCL
C P V DD

C PVS S

G ND
B IA S
R 707

R 708
4. 7K

4. 7K

A2

E2

C1

D3

C723 C724 C725

2.2u 2.2u 2.2u

VREG_MSME_1.8V

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4.18.3 Speaker/Speaker Phone path


MSM7225A LINE_OP, LINE_ON → C716, C718(TP3) → M700(TPA2055D3 : Audio Subsystem) → FB705, FB706(TP2) →

CN700(TP1)(Antenna + SPK pad)

START

Connect the phone to network


equipment and set-up call.
Set-up 1KHz tone out.

Yes
Can you hear the 1KHz TONE? END

No

The Sine wave appears at Yes


CN700 (TP1) Re-contact or Change the SPK/RCV module

No

The Sine wave appears at Yes


FB705, FB706(TP2)? Change the SPK/RCV module

No

The Sine wave appears at Yes


Change the M700 (Audio Subsystem)
C716, C718(TP3)?

No

Change the U200 (MSM7225A) or


Change the main PCB

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SPEAKER
TP1
CN700
1
SPK_RCV_P
2
SPK_RCV_N

HIR-02A57-0000AA CN700(TP1)
VA704 VA705
C726 C727
33p 33p

VREG_MSME_1.8V VBAT

FB700 FB701
600 600

C700 C701 C702 C703


0.1u 4.7u 0.1u
2.2u

R702 C707 C708


10
TP2
D2

D4

RCV_N R703 1n 1n
RCV_P 10
HP V DD

S P V DD

C4 E3 FB705
IN3- OUT+ SPK_RCV_P
C735 DNI C3 E4 FB706
FM_L IN3+ OUT- SPK_RCV_N
C736 DNI
FM_R A3 B1
C714 2.2u
HPH_L B3
IN1+ HPL EAR_L
C715 2.2u
HPH_R IN1- M700 A1

LINE_OP
TP3 C716 39n A4
B4
IN2+
HPR

D1
EAR_R
C718 39n C719 2.2u
LINE_ON IN2- CP

B2 E1
AUDIO_I2C_SDA SDA CN
C2
AUDIO_I2C_SCL SCL
C P V DD

C PVS S

G ND
B IA S
R 707

R 708
4. 7K

4. 7K

A2

E2

C1

D3

C723 C724 C725

2.2u 2.2u 2.2u

VREG_MSME_1.8V

FB705, FB706(TP2)

M700

C716, C718(TP3)

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4.18.4 Main Microphone


MIC Signal: MIC700 → R704, R705 (TP2) → C215 (TP3) MIC1P of MSM7225A

MIC Bias: MIC_BIAS → C229 (TP1) → MIC700

START

Make a call

No
C229(TP1) is about 1.8V? Change the main PCB

Yes

Make some sound or voice to MIC

Some sound signal appears at No


Change the MIC
R704, R705 (TP2)?

Yes

Some sound signal appears at No Change the U200 (MSM7225A) or


C215 (TP3)? Change the Main PCB

Yes

Work Well?

Yes

END

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A5 C 214 0. 1u
MIC1 N MI C _ 1 N
MIC1 P
C5 C 215 0. 1u
TP3
B6 C 208 0. 1u R 202 2. 2K
MIC2 N

33p
C226
A7 C 209 0. 1u MI C _ 1 P
MIC2 P
B1 2 H S _ MI C
EAR 1 _ ON R C V _N
A1 3
EAR 1 _ OP R C V _P

47p
E9

C227
LI NE _ ON L IN E _ O N
D8
LI NE _ OP

ZD200
L IN E _ O P

0.1u
C228
E11
AUX_ OUT
E5
CCOM P
B4
0.1u

C216

C229
22u
MIC_ B I AS MI C _ B I A S

TP1

R704 100 C711 0.1u


MIC_1P

TP2

R705 100 C717 0.1u


MIC_1N

R703, R705(TP2)

C215(TP3)

C229(TP1)

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4.18.5 Headset micr ophone


MIC Signal: 3.5 pi Headset (CN701) → FB704 → R714 (TP4) MIC of MAX14579E & C209 (TP3) MIC2P of MSM7225A

MIC Bias : VREG_MSME_1.8V → R713 (TP1) DET → R715 DET_IN → Headset MIC

HS Detect IC Bias: VREG_P3_2.85V → C728 (TP2)

START

Make a call

No
R713(TP1) is about 1.8V? C728(TP2) is about 2.85V?

Yes No

Change the U700 (MAX14579E) or


Make a some sound or voice to MIC
Change the Main PCB

Some sound signal appears at No Change the Headset or Re-solder/


R714 (TP4)? Change the CN701 or
Change the Main PDB
Yes

Some sound signal appears at No Change the U200 (MSM7225A) or


C209 (TP3)? Change the Main PCB

Yes

Work Well?

Yes

END

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HEADSET_DETECT

VREG_MSME_1.8V VREG_P3_2.85V

C728
1u
R 712

R 713
1M

1M

R714(TP4)
CAP
VC C

2 1 R714
MIC_MODE MODE RES
2.2K
3 U700 8
3.5PI_KEY_POLE_DET
4
SWD MAX14579E MIC

7 R715
HS_MIC
U700
EAR_SENSE DET DET_IN EAR_SENSE_3.5PI
P G ND

10K
R713(TP1) C728(TP2)
9

EAN62065901
C734
220n

DET SWD
3 Pole L L
4 Pole L H

A5 C 214 0. 1u
MIC1 N MI C _ 1 N
C5 C 215 0. 1u
MIC1 P
B6 C 208 0. 1u R 202 2. 2K
MIC2 N
33p
C226

A7 C 209 0. 1u MI C _ 1 P
MIC2 P
B1 2 TP3 H S _ MI C
EAR 1 _ ON R C V _N
A1 3
EAR 1 _ OP R C V _P
47p

E9
C227

LI NE _ ON L IN E _ O N
D8
LI NE _ OP
ZD200

L IN E _ O P
0.1u
C228

E11
AUX_ OUT
E5
CCOM P
B4
0.1u

C216

C229
22u

MIC_ B I AS MI C _ B I A S

TP1

C209(TP3)
U200

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6. Block Diagram

6.Block diagram

UNIVA(E400) Block Diagram _ TOTAL


E400(E0) Block Diagram
Bluetooth v2.1 BT &
FM Radio Wi-Fi
BT_FM_CLK_WCN
FM_L&R
BT_UART SYS_CLK
EBI2 Interface EBI2 Interface
FEM
BT_PCM WCN2243
(AFEM-S102)
Capacitive Touch TOUCH I2C
3.2“ QVGA Wi-Fi 802.11b/g/n
(MM128 / Tovis) TOUCH INT WLAN_CLK_WCN
320*240 TCXO_IN FM ANT
WLAN_SDIO WCN1314
GSM & WCDMA

LCD Backlight IC TX_IQ, PRX_IQ PRX_IQ TxModule


BL_I2C RF I/F
BU61800GWL DRX_IQ DRX_IQ (RF3242)
GPIO59 SBDT

TCXO
Transceiver GPS
(RTR6285A) GPS
LPDDR1(3Gb) EBI1 (DDR)
MCP(Micron) eMMC(2GB) SDC3 (eMMC)

MSM7225A MIC
TCXO_RTR_19.2MHz
MIC
MIPI I/F
CAM 3M FF TCXO_19.2M
TCXO 19 2M TCXO PM 19 2MH
TCXO_PM_19.2MHz
CAM_I2C RTR_TRK_LO_ADJ
(Kyocera)
SPK_RCVP, N Speaker
PROX_I2C LINE_OP, LINE_ON
Proximity Sensor LINE_ON&OP
PROX_INT HPH_R, HPH_L Audio Sub
(GP2AP002s00F) HPH_L&R
AUDIO_I2C TPA2055D3
GPIO_27 EAR_L, R
MOTION Sensor RCV_P, RCV_N 3.5 pi
EAR1_OP&ON
+ MOTION_I2C Earjack
COMPASS Sensor MOTION_INT TCXO_OUT_A0 TCXO_IN
(BMC050) TCXO_OUT_D1
USIM1 USIM1 I/F
USIM1
KPD_PWR_N PWR/End Key
Vol. up Key COL, Key ROW PMIC_SSBI
GPIO106 SBDT_SSBI
MMC SIM1
Vol. Down AMUX_OUT
PM_INT_N
GPIO24 MSM_INT_N USIM1
GPIO25 PS_HOLD PS_HOLD Backlight_Key
KPD_DRV_N
I2 Key LED
MUIC_I2C RESIN_N PON_RESET_N
C VIB_DRV_N
UART1
Mi iABB
MiniABB
UART1
USBPHY
PM8029
or
B
5pin_USB
Connecto

(LP8727)

USBH DM & DP
XTAL
VIBRATOR
32.768KHz

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6. Block Diagram

LGE400 Power Block Diagram

VREG_MSMC1_1.1V
VSW_S1
VREG_MSMC2_1.1V
VSW_S2
VDD_ANA VDD_L1_L2 VREG_MSME_1.8V MIC_BIAS
VSW S3
VSW_S3 MIC
VDD S1
VDD_S1 VDD L3 L4 L5 L6
VDD_L3_L4_L5_L6
VDD_S2 VDD_L8_L9_L10_L11 VREG_MSMA2_1.2V
VREG_L3
VDD_S3 VDD_L12_L13_L14_L15_ VREG_MSMA1_2.6V
VDD_S4 L16 VREG_L5
VREG_PADAC_2.05V
MSM7225A
VDD_NCP_L7 VDD_L17_L18_L19 VREG_L2
VDD_SMPS
VREG_L3 VREG_PLL_1.1V
VREG_L9 VREG_USB_1.8V MCP
VREG_L14 VREG_USB_3.3V 8Gb NAND
4Gb RAM
VREG_L12 VREG_P3_2.85V

PM8029
5pin u-USB
Connector VBAT VREG_MSME_1.8V

VBAT WCDMA/GSM PAM

VBUS
VREG_S4
VREG_SMPS_2.1V RTR6285A GPS LNA
VRG_L18
VREG_RF_2.7V

Battery VREG_L19 +1V3_MSM_A3_WCN


1500mAh VREG_L17 +3V_WLAN_WCN
MINI ABB(LP8727-B) VREG_L11 + 1V8_WLAN_TCXO WCN1314 : WiFi
VREG_L6 + 1V2_WLAN_WCN
VREG_L5 +1V3_MSM_A3_WCN

VREG_USIM1_2.85V VREG_MSME_1.8V WCN2243 : BT/FM


VBAT VREG_L16 USIM

KEY LED BACKLIGHT_KEY


MPP3 VREG_SDCARD_2.85V Micro SD
VREG_L13

VIB_DRV_N VBAT
VIB_DRV_N MOTOR
VCOIN
VCOIN

VBAT Audio
MPP_7
VREG_MSME_1.8V
Sub System
TCXO VREG
G_TCXO
C O_2.85V
85 VREG L8
VREG_L8
19.2Mhz VREG_L1 VREG_TOUCH_3.0V TOUCH IC

VSW_MSME
VREG_LCD_2.8V
VREG_L10
MLED[1:5]
LCD

CAM_AVDD_2.8V
Backlight
B kli ht
charge pump
CAM_DVDD_1.2V
3M CAM
CAM_IOVDD_1.8V
(SoC)
VREG_PROX_2.8V PROXIMITY
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UNIVA(E400) Block Diagram _ Audio Block

3.5PI_KEY_POLE_DET
GPIO28 SWD
EAR SENSE
GPIO41 DET
MIC MODE
GPIO127 MODE
MIC_BIAS
MIC_BIAS MAX14579E
MIC_1P
MIC1P
MIC_1N
MIC1N DET_IN EAR_SENSE_3.5PI

MIC2N MIC HS_MIC


HS_MIC
MIC2P

FM_L FM_ANT
LINE_L_IP FM_LO_L FM_HRX_IN FM_ANT

WCN 2243 3.5PI CON


FM_R
LINE_R_IP FM_LO_R

MSM7225A
RCV_N
EAR1_ON IN3- EAR_R
RCV _P IN3+
HPR EAR_R
EAR1_OP
EAR_L
LINE_OP HPL EAR_L
LINE_OP IN2+
LINE_ON
LINE_ON IN2-

TPA2055D3

HPH_L
HPH_L IN1+
HPH_R SPK_RCV_P
HPH_R IN1- OUT+
SPK_RCV_N
AUDIO_I2C_SCL OUT-
GPIO119 SCL
AUDIO_I2C_SDA
GPIO120 SDA

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6. Block Diagram

LGE400 Memory Block Diagram

eMMC_DATA[8:0]
GPIO_90~93
GPIO_108
GPIO_21~19
MICRO_SD_DATA[3:0]
GPIO_51~54 GPIO_89
MICRO_SD_CMD
eMMC_CMD
eMMC 2GB
GPIO_55 GPIO_88 eMMC_CLK
MICRO_SD_CLK
GPIO_56 EBI2_UB_N NAND_UB2/
nMICROSD_DET
MICROSD DET
GPIO_40

A1[13:0]/
EBI1_ADR[13:0]
060$ EBI1_DQ[31:0]
EBI1_DCLK
D1[31:0]/
SDRAM_CLK
SDRAM CKE[1:0]
SDRAM_CKE[1:0]
EBI1 CKE0
EBI1_CKE0
SDRAM_CS[1:0]/
EBI1_CS0_N
SDRAM_RAS/
EBI1_RAS_N
SDRAM_CAS/ DDR 3Gb
EBI1_CAS_N
SDRAM_WE/
EBI1_WE_N
SDRAM_DQM[3:0]
EBI1_DM_[3:0]
SDRAM_DQS[3:0]
EBI1 DQS [3:0]
EBI1_DQS_[3:0]
SDRAM_BA[1:0]
EBI1_BA_[1:0]
SDRAM_CLK/
EBI1_DCLKB

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6. Block Diagram

LGE400 LCD/Camera Block Diagram

MDDI

LCD
CAM_MCLK

CAM_PCLK
EBI2_DATA[0:15]
CAM_HSYNC Camera
CAM_VSYNC
_ (SoC)
SoC)
CAM_RESET_N
LCD_IFMODE CAM_SCL

LCD_RESET_N MSM7225A CAM_SDA

LCD_VSYNC

LCD_PWM LEDA_C

LCD_BL_EN
LCD BOOSTER TOUCH_I2C_INT
LCD BL SCL
LCD_BL_SCL
TOUCH_I2C_SCL TOUCH
LCD_BL_SDA
TOUCH_I2C_SDA
PANNEL

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6. Block Diagram

LGE400 RF Block Diagram

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6. Block Diagram

LGE400 BT/WLAN/FM Block Diagram


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7. CIRCUIT DIAGRAM

7. CIRCUIT DIAGRAM

C 111
1 .2 n
ANT105 ANT100 SW100
C118 100p L102 C109
1 2
1

ANT COMMON
1 TX_I_P
100p 100p 3 G3 4 G4

DNI

DNI
C116 R100
C101

M 10
M 11
M 12
G 12
H 12

D 10

N 13
A 13

B 11

K 12

E 10
F 12

F 10
C2

N1
D4
D5
D6
D7
D8
D9
A1

B2
B7
B8

E2

E4
E5
E6
E7
E8
E9

K7
K8
DNI 68n

F4
F5
F6
F7
F8
F9
R 101

C 115
150p
R128
100p

G ND1
G ND2
G ND3
G ND4
G ND5
G ND6
G ND7
G ND8
G ND9
G N D 10
G N D 11
G N D 12
G N D 13
G N D 14
G N D 15
G N D 16
G N D 28
G N D 18
G N D 40
G N D 45
G N D 21
G N D 55
G N D 61
G N D 17
G N D 30
G N D 19
G N D 44
G N D 48
G N D 59
G N D 23
G N D 26
G N D 32
G N D 39
G N D 46
G N D 52
G N D 54
G N D 62
G N D 47
G N D 53
G N D 66
DNI

M7 A4
TX_ON C1
RF_ON TX_IP
B5

C 1042
TCXO_RTR_19.2MHZ 0 TCXO TX_IN C102

3 .9 n
C 1003

M3 B3
C 120

RTR6285_SSBI SBDT TX_QP


B4
150p
RX_PCS_P A10
TX_QN
C104 100p
Murata GSM_TX
C105 100p B9
LB_RF_OUT1
E1 C106 10n
WCDMA_850_900_TX_OUT TX_I_M
EAM62492501 0.75p C1013
LB_RF_OUT2 VTUNE1
N5 C108 10n
TX_Q_P
DNI PCS(1930-1990 MHz) VTUNE2

C 1021
L1014 C112 33p A9 G1 C113 1n
FL1001

2 .2 n
DCS_PCS_TX HB_RF_OUT1 VTUNE_GPS

C 1052
C1005 DNI A8 C114

3 .9 n
1 IN O1_1 9 HB_RF_OUT2
C117 8.2p A7 J1 150p
WCDMA_1900_2100_TX_OUT HB_RF_OUT3 PRX_QP RX0_Q_P
RX_PCS_M J2
O1_2 8 PRX_QN RX0_Q_M
C1006 56p N9 K2
O2_1 7 RX_WCDMA_900_P M9
WPRXLBP PRX_IP
K1
RX0_I_P C119
C1036 C1007 56p
L1006 RX_WCDMA_900_M WPRXLBM PRX_IN RX0_I_M 150p
VREG_RF_2.7V_RTR

14
15
C1008 DNI N10

4
3.3n 4 C_C5 O2_2 6 RX_DCS_P WPRXHBP
5.6n C1009 DNI N11 L1

G ND6
G ND5

C _G 1
C _G 2
C _G 3
C _G 4
ANT
WPRXHBM DRX_QP RX1_Q_P
L2 TX_Q_M
2 3 5 10 DRX_QN RX1_Q_M
L1010 H13 M1
2mm
0.75p DRX_IP RX1_I_P
DNI DCS(1805-1880 MHz) WDRXLB
7
GND TRX2
13
WCDMA_900_RTX L1011 DRX_IN
M2
RX1_I_M
VBATT TRX1 J12

0 .1 u
VBAT 18 12 WCDMA_2100_RTX WDRXHB1

0 .1 u

0 .1 u

0 .1 u

0 .1 u

4 .7 u
C1040

1n
ANT_SEL2 GPCTRL2 RX2 J13
NC
N2

U100
17 11 WDRXHB2
C1043 ANT_SEL1 GPCTRL1 RX1 RX_DCS_M
1608

C1044 5.6n
19 10

C 124
22u

C 125
ANT_SEL0

C 123
47p GPCTRL0 GND7 C13 A3

C 126

C 127

C 128

C 129
20 U101 16 RX_GSM_850_P GCELL_INP DAC_IREF DAC_REF

C 1023
ANT_SEL3 TX_EN GND4 B13

3 .3 p
21
GND3
6 RX_GSM_850_M GCELL_INN
A11
VREG_RF_2.7V
VRAMP R102 0
22
PGND1 GND8
9 RX_GSM_900_P C12
VDDA1_1
D1
23 2 RX_GSM_900_P EGSM_INP VDDA1_2
+2.7V
100p
100p
100p
100p

PGND2 GND1 B12 D2


24 1 RX_GSM_900_M EGSM_INN VDDA1_3
F1
8
GND2 L1008 L1007
VDDA1_4 0603 R103 VDD_RX
0
C 1045
C 1047
C 1048
C 1051

C 1041
DNI 15n E13 H1
R F I N _H B

R107 RX_DCS_P
R F I N _L B

FL1002 DCS_INP VDDA1_5

1 .8 n
GSM_PA_RAMP GSM(925-960 MHz) D13 H2

C 1025
2.2K 1 IN 9 RX_DCS_M DCS_INN VDDA1_6

3 .3 p
O1_1 VREG_SMPS_2.1V
R106
C1024 RX_GSM_900_M E12 A5 0
RX_PCS_P
3

GPCS_INP VDDA2_1
O1_2 8 D12 A6
39p RX_PCS_M VDDA2_2

C 1004
7 GPCS_INN
O2_1 B1

2 .2 p
C1091 C1092
VDDA2_3
L1012 L110 100p

10u
G13 B6

0 .1 u
56p 22p
4 GND O2_2 RX_GSM_850_P GPS_IN GPS_IN VDDA2_4

4 .7 u
9.1n 6 A12 B10
R116 C136 33p
PDET_IN

C _G 1
C _G 2
C _G 3
C _G 4
PDET_IN VDDA2_5
GSM_TX R108 12K A2 F2
75 L1003 L1005 L111 TX_RBIAS VDDA2_6

C 133

C 134
2 3 5 10

C 135
GSM(869-894 MHz)

1608
GSM850(824-849MHz) DNI 18n 6.8n 1%
L113 DNI K13 F13
R109
R 115

R 117

11dB RX_WCDMA_HB
91

91

WPRXSE1 VDDA2_7
GSM900(880-915MHz) C139 100p

C 1016
L13 G2
WPRXSE2 VDDA2_8 0

2 .2 p
L12
VDDA2_9 R110 0
RX_GSM_850_M

W P R X S E 2 _O U T
W P R X S E 1 _O U T
M6
VDDA2_10 R111

W B _M X _I N M
W B _M X _I N P
N3

V D D _M S M
VDDA2_11
Near To RTR

V D D A 1 _8
V D D A 1 _7
N6 0

G N D 24
G N D 31
G N D 38
G N D 43
G N D 49
G N D 22
G N D 60
G N D 27
G N D 35
G N D 41
G N D 20
G N D 51
G N D 57
G N D 64
G N D 29
G N D 34
G N D 37
G N D 42
G N D 50
G N D 56
G N D 65
G N D 25
G N D 33
G N D 36