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Nokia Customer Care
Service Manual
RM-333; RM-334; RM-335 (Nokia N85; L3&4)
Mobile Terminal
Part No: (Issue 2)
COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL
Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

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    Nokia Customer Care Service Manual RM-333; RM-334; RM-335 (Nokia N85; L3&4) Mobile Terminal Part No: (Issue 2) COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

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    Amendment Record Sheet Amendment No Date Inserted By Comments Issue 1 09/2008 A. Salo Issue 2 10/2008 A. Salo New chapter added: Service information differences between RM-335 and RM-333 Page ii COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 2 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

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    Nokia operates a policy of continuous development. Nokia reserves the right to make changes and improvements to any of the products described in this document without prior notice. Under no circumstances shall Nokia be responsible for any loss of data or income or any special, incidental, consequential or indirect damages howsoever caused.

  • Page 4: Warnings And Cautions

    WCDMA networks and cause problems to 3G cellular phone communication in a wide area. • During testing never activate the GSM or WCDMA transmitter without a proper antenna load, otherwise GSM or WCDMA PA may be damaged. Page iv COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 2 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 5

    RM-333; RM-334; RM-335 ESD protection ESD protection Nokia requires that service points have sufficient ESD protection (against static electricity) when servicing the phone. Any product of which the covers are removed must be handled with ESD protection. The SIM card can be replaced without ESD protection if the product is otherwise ready for use.

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    All of the above suggestions apply equally to the product, battery, charger or any accessory. Page vi COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 2 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

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    Our policy is of continuous development; details of all technical modifications will be included with service bulletins. While every endeavour has been made to ensure the accuracy of this document, some errors may exist. If any errors are found by the reader, NOKIA MOBILE PHONES Business Group should be notified in writing/e- mail. Please state: •...

  • Page 8: Battery Information

    Batteries' performance is particularly limited in temperatures well below freezing. Do not dispose of batteries in a fire! Dispose of batteries according to local regulations (e.g. recycling). Do not dispose as household waste. Page viii COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 2 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

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    4 RF Troubleshooting 5 Camera Module Troubleshooting 6 FMTx 2.1 Technical Description 7 FMTx 2.1 Troubleshooting 8 System Module and User Interface 9 Service information differences between RM-335 and RM-333 Glossary Issue 2 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page ix Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

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    RM-333; RM-334; RM-335 Nokia N85; L3&4 Service Manual Structure (This page left intentionally blank.) Page x COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 2 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

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    Nokia Customer Care 1 — General Information Issue 2 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 1 –1 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

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    RM-333; RM-334; RM-335 General Information (This page left intentionally blank.) Page 1 –2 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 2 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 13: Table Of Contents

    Table 1 Audio ................................1–8 Table 2 Car................................1–9 Table 3 Data ................................1–9 Table 4 Messaging ..............................1–9 Table 5 Power ..............................1–10 List of Figures Figure 1 View of RM-333/RM-334 .........................1–5 Issue 2 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 1 –3 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

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    RM-333; RM-334; RM-335 General Information (This page left intentionally blank.) Page 1 –4 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 2 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 15: Product Selection

    General Information Product selection RM-333 is a dual mode handportable multimedia computer, supporting GSM/GPRS/ EGPRS850/900/1800/1900, with WCDMA VIII (900)/ II (1900)/ I (2100) HSDPA and WLAN. RM-334 supports GSM/GPRS/EGPRS850/900/1800/1900, with WCDMA V (850)/ II (1900)/ I (2100) HSDPA and WLAN.

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    • LED flash and recording indicator • Front camera, CIF (352 x 288) sensor Edit • On device Photo editor and Video editor (manual & automatic) Page 1 –6 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 2 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 17

    • Slideshow from Gallery Share • Nokia XpressShare - share effortlessly from Gallery or after capture via Email, Bluetooth, MMS or IrDA • Direct connection to TV via cable or WLAN (UPnP) • Video call and video sharing support. (WCDMA services) •...

  • Page 18: Mobile Enhancements

    • Bluetooth wireless technology 2.0 + EDR • Nokia 3.5 mm AV connector Add-on software framework • Symbian 9.3 OS • Nokia Series 60, 3rd edition, feature pack 2 • Java: MIDP2.0 • C++ and Java SDKs Additional technical specifications •...

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    MU-22, 1 GB MicroSD Card MU-37, 2 GB MicroSD Card MU-41, 4 GB MicroSD Card MU-43, 8 GB MicroSD Card Table 4 Messaging Enhancement Type Wireless keyboard SU-8W Issue 2 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 1 –9 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 20: Technical Specifications

    GSM1800: 1710 - 1785 MHz GSM1900: 1850 - 1910 MHz WCDMA VIII (900): 880 - 915 MHz WCDMA II (1900): 1850-1910MHz WCDMA I (2100): 1920 - 1980 MHz Page 1 –10 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 2 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 21: Main Rf Characteristics For Gsm850/900/1800/1900 And Wcdma V/ii/i Phones

    Main RF characteristics for GSM850/900/1800/1900 and WCDMA V/II/I phones Parameter Unit Cellular system GSM850, EGSM900, GSM1800/1900, WCDMA V (850), WCDMA II (1900) and WCDMA I (2100) Issue 2 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 1 –11 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 22

    GSM1800: 374 GSM1900: 299 WCDMA V (850): 108 WCDMA II (1900): 289 WCDMA I (2100): 277 Channel spacing 200 kHz (WCDMA V and II 100/200 kHz) Page 1 –12 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 2 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 23: Battery Endurance

    No storage. An attempt to operate <-40 C and >+85 storage may cause permanent damage Charging allowed C ... +55 Long term storage C ... +85 conditions Issue 2 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 1 –13 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 24

    Condensed or dripping water may cause intermittent malfunctions. Protection against dripping water has to be implemented in (enclosure) mechanics. Continuous dampness will cause permanent damage to the module. Page 1 –14 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 2 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 25: Issue 2 Company Confidential Page

    Nokia Customer Care 2 — Service Tools and Service Concepts Issue 2 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 2 –1 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

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    RM-333; RM-334; RM-335 Service Tools and Service Concepts (This page left intentionally blank.) Page 2 –2 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 2 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 27: Table Of Contents

    Figure 9 Flash concept with FPS-10, SB-7 and JBT-9..................2–18 Figure 10 Module jig service concept ........................ 2–19 Figure 11 Module jig service concept with SB-6....................2–20 Issue 2 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 2 –3 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 28: Rm-333; Rm-334;

    Service Tools and Service Concepts Figure 12 RF testing concept with RF coupler ....................2–21 Figure 13 Service concept for RF testing and RF/BB tuning ................2–22 Page 2 –4 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 2 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 29: Service Tools

    The table below gives a short overview of service devices that can be used for testing, error analysis, and repair of product RM-333; RM-334; RM-335. For the correct use of the service devices, and the best effort of workbench setup, please refer to various concepts.

  • Page 30: Mj-161

    It is made of lead-free rework compatible material. SA-154 RF coupler SA-154 is an RF coupler for WCDMA and GSM RF testing. It is used together with the product-specific flash adapter. Page 2 –6 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 2 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 31: Ss-100

    The table below gives a short overview of service devices that can be used for testing, error analysis, and repair of product RM-333; RM-334; RM-335. For the correct use of the service devices, and the best effort of workbench setup, please refer to various concepts.

  • Page 32: Rj-227

    The table below gives a short overview of service devices that can be used for testing, error analysis, and repair of product RM-333; RM-334; RM-335. For the correct use of the service devices, and the best effort of workbench setup, please refer to various concepts.

  • Page 33: Ca-101

    FPS-10 and FPS-11 sales packages. CA-35S Power cable CA-35S is a power cable for connecting, for example, the FPS-10 flash prommer to the Point-Of-Sales (POS) flash adapter. Issue 2 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 2 –9 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 34: Pcs-1

    XCS-4 Modular cable XCS-4 is a shielded (one specially shielded conductor) modular cable for flashing and service purposes. Page 2 –10 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 2 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 35: Service Concepts

    Figure 2 POS flash concept Type Description Product specific tools BL-5K Battery Other tools FLS-5 POS flash dongle PC with Phoenix service software Cables CA-101 USB connectivity cable Issue 2 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 2 –11 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 36: Flash Concept With Fps-10

    Other devices FPS-10 Flash prommer box PKD-1/PK-1 SW security device SS-46 Interface adapter PC with Phoenix service software Cables XCS-4 Modular cable CA-35S Power cable USB cable Page 2 –12 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 2 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 37: Cu-4 Flash Concept With Fps-10

    SW security device SS-62 Flash adapter base SX-4 Smart card PC with Phoenix service software Cables PCS-1 Power cable XCS-4 Modular cable Standard USB cable USB cable Issue 2 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 2 –13 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 38: Flash Concept With Fps-10 And Sb-6

    Flash prommer box PKD-1/PK-1 SW security device SS-46 Interface adapter SB-6 Bluetooth test and interface box PC with Phoenix service software Cables XCS-4 Modular cable CA-35S Power cable Page 2 –14 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 2 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 39: Flash Concept With Ss-46 And Ca-89ds

    Figure 6 Flash concept with SS-46 and CA-89DS Type Description Product specific tools FS-73 Flash adapter Other tools FLS-5 Flash device SS-46 Interface adapter PC with Phoenix service software Cables CA-89DS Cable Issue 2 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 2 –15 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 40: Flash Concept With Ss-62 And Ca-89ds

    Flash adapter Other tools CU-4 Control unit FLS-5 Flash device SS-62 Flash adapter base PC with Phoenix service software Cables CA-89DS Cable PCS-1 Power cable USB cable Page 2 –16 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 2 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 41: Flash Concept With Fps-10, Ss-62 And Sb-6

    SW security device SS-62 Flash adapter base SB-6 Bluetooth test and interface box SX-4 Smart card PC with Phoenix service software Cables XCS-4 Modular cable PCS-1 Power cable Issue 2 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 2 –17 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 42: Flash Concept With Fps-10, Ss-62 And Sb-7

    SW security device SB-7 WLAN test box SS-62 Flash adapter base SX-4 Smart card PC with Phoenix service software Cables XCS-4 Modular cable PCS-1 Power cable Page 2 –18 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 2 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 43: Module Jig Service Concept

    Flash prommer box PK-1 SW security device SX-4 Smart card PC with VPOS and Phoenix service software Measurement equipment Cables PCS-1 DC power cable XCS-4 Modular cable Issue 2 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 2 –19 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 44: Module Jig Service Concept With Sb-6

    Module jig service concept with SB-6 Figure 11 Module jig service concept with SB-6 Type Description Product specific tools MJ-161 Module jig Other tools CU-4 Control unit FPS-10 Flash prommer box Page 2 –20 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 2 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 45: Rf Testing Concept With Rf Coupler

    GPIB control cable USB cable RF testing concept with RF coupler Figure 12 RF testing concept with RF coupler Type Description Product specific devices FS-73 Flash adapter Issue 2 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 2 –21 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 46: Service Concept For Rf Testing And Rf/bb Tuning

    XRS-6 RF cable GPIB control cable USB cable Service concept for RF testing and RF/BB tuning Figure 13 Service concept for RF testing and RF/BB tuning Page 2 –22 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 2 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 47

    Smart card reader PC with Phoenix service software Cables DAU-9S MBUS cable PCS-1 DC power cable XRS-6 RF cable CA-128RS RF tuning cable GPIB control cable USB cable Issue 2 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 2 –23 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

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    RM-333; RM-334; RM-335 Service Tools and Service Concepts (This page left intentionally blank.) Page 2 –24 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 2 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 49

    Nokia Customer Care 3 — BB Troubleshooting Issue 2 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 3 –1 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

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    RM-333; RM-334; RM-335 BB Troubleshooting (This page left intentionally blank.) Page 3 –2 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 2 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 51

    GPS layout and basic test points........................3–55 GPS Settings for Phoenix ..........................3–56 control..............................3–56 Quick Test window............................ 3–57 GPS failure troubleshooting .......................... 3–59 WLAN Troubleshooting ............................3–59 Issue 2 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 3 –3 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 52

    Figure 24 GPS Quick Test window ........................3–58 Figure 25 WLAN circuitry ............................ 3–60 Figure 26 WLAN auto tune settings........................3–65 Figure 27 WLAN auto tune results ........................3–66 Page 3 –4 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 2 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 53

    RM-333; RM-334; RM-335 BB Troubleshooting Baseband main troubleshooting Troubleshooting flow Issue 2 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 3 –5 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 54

    RM-333; RM-334; RM-335 BB Troubleshooting Page 3 –6 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 2 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 55: General Power Checking

    V_ELVSS TPS65136 -4.9 Falcon OLED Display VCORE_WD LP5952 White Dwarf Core VBAT VCORE BETTY Not used VDRAM_V AVILMA 1.82 Not used VLED BETTY 6-18 Not used Issue 2 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 3 –7 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 56

    Switch off the phone, disconnect the main battery and monitor that the voltage of the backup battery decreases. Normal behaviour of the voltage is described in the figures below: Page 3 –8 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 2 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 57

    G2200 if necessary. If the voltage stays ~0V, check resistance VBACK against GND. If there is no shortcircuit, AVILMA N2200 is faulty. Replace N2200. Issue 2 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 3 –9 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

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    RM-333; RM-334; RM-335 BB Troubleshooting Dead or jammed device troubleshooting Troubleshooting flow Page 3 –10 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 2 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 59

    (shortcut or open connection). For a more detailed description of the keyboard and keymatrix, see section Keyboard. Phoenix . If the failure mode is not clear, start with the Keyboard Test in Issue 2 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 3 –11 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

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    RM-333; RM-334; RM-335 BB Troubleshooting Troubleshooting flow Page 3 –12 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 2 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 61: Hall Sensor Troubleshooting

    RM-333; RM-334; RM-335 BB Troubleshooting Hall sensor troubleshooting Troubleshooting flow Issue 2 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 3 –13 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 62

    RM-333; RM-334; RM-335 BB Troubleshooting TV- out troubleshooting Troubleshooting flow Page 3 –14 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 2 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 63

    RM-333; RM-334; RM-335 BB Troubleshooting General power checking troubleshooting Troubleshooting flow Issue 2 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 3 –15 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 64

    RM-333; RM-334; RM-335 BB Troubleshooting USB troubleshooting Troubleshooting flow Page 3 –16 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 2 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 65

    RM-333; RM-334; RM-335 BB Troubleshooting SIM card troubleshooting Troubleshooting flow Issue 2 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 3 –17 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 66

    RM-333; RM-334; RM-335 BB Troubleshooting MicroSD card troubleshooting Troubleshooting flow Page 3 –18 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 2 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 67

    RM-333; RM-334; RM-335 BB Troubleshooting Issue 2 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 3 –19 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 68: Combo Memory Troubleshooting

    RM-333; RM-334; RM-335 BB Troubleshooting Combo memory troubleshooting Troubleshooting flow Page 3 –20 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 2 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 69

    RM-333; RM-334; RM-335 BB Troubleshooting Flash programming troubleshooting Troubleshooting flow Issue 2 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 3 –21 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 70

    RM-333; RM-334; RM-335 BB Troubleshooting Page 3 –22 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 2 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 71

    RM-333; RM-334; RM-335 BB Troubleshooting Issue 2 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 3 –23 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 72

    RM-333; RM-334; RM-335 BB Troubleshooting USB charging troubleshooting Troubleshooting flow Page 3 –24 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 2 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 73: Clocking Troubleshooting

    RM-333; RM-334; RM-335 BB Troubleshooting Clocking troubleshooting Troubleshooting flow Issue 2 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 3 –25 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 74: Power Key Troubleshooting

    RM-333; RM-334; RM-335 BB Troubleshooting Power key troubleshooting Troubleshooting flow Page 3 –26 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 2 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 75

    RM-333; RM-334; RM-335 BB Troubleshooting Naviscroll troubleshooting Troubleshooting flow Issue 2 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 3 –27 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 76

    RM-333; RM-334; RM-335 BB Troubleshooting User interface troubleshooting Troubleshooting flow Page 3 –28 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 2 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 77

    Image on the display can be corrupted or part of the image can be missing. If part of image is missing change the UI module. If the image is otherwise corrupted, follow the path below. Issue 2 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 3 –29 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

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    RM-333; RM-334; RM-335 BB Troubleshooting Page 3 –30 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 2 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 79

    RM-333; RM-334; RM-335 BB Troubleshooting Illumination troubleshooting Troubleshooting flow Issue 2 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 3 –31 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 80

    RM-333; RM-334; RM-335 BB Troubleshooting Troubleshooting flow Page 3 –32 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 2 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 81

    RM-333; RM-334; RM-335 BB Troubleshooting Troubleshooting flow Issue 2 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 3 –33 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 82

    RM-333; RM-334; RM-335 BB Troubleshooting LED driver troubleshooting Troubleshooting flow Page 3 –34 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 2 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 83: Audio Troubleshooting

    The input signal for each loop test can be either single-ended or differential. Exception to this is a digital microphone, which needs input signal from an external sound source (laptop speaker) to playback eg. 1kHz sine wave from 5cm distance Issue 2 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 3 –35 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 84: Test Procedure

    External HS_MIC & EarP & 1000 Mic to Internal EarN & Earpiece External HS_MIC & J2103 & 1000 Mic to J2104 Internal J2101 & handsfre J2102 Page 3 –36 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 2 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 85

    Figure 15 Single-ended output waveform of the Ext_in_IHF_out out loop measurement when speaker is connected (measured at speaker pads), no filter is used External output from AV Issue 2 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 3 –37 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 86

    BB Troubleshooting Figure 16 Single-ended output waveform of the Ext_in_Ext_out loop External output from AV (acoustic input) Figure 17 Single-ended output waveform of the Digital_stereo_microphone_in_Ext_out loop Page 3 –38 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 2 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 87

    RM-333; RM-334; RM-335 BB Troubleshooting External earpiece troubleshooting Troubleshooting flow Issue 2 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 3 –39 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 88

    RM-333; RM-334; RM-335 BB Troubleshooting DAC33 troubleshooting Troubleshooting flow Page 3 –40 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 2 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 89

    RM-333; RM-334; RM-335 BB Troubleshooting External microphone troubleshooting Troubleshooting flow Issue 2 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 3 –41 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 90

    RM-333; RM-334; RM-335 BB Troubleshooting Internal earpiece troubleshooting Troubleshooting flow Page 3 –42 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 2 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 91

    RM-333; RM-334; RM-335 BB Troubleshooting Internal handsfree speaker troubleshooting Troubleshooting flow Issue 2 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 3 –43 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 92

    RM-333; RM-334; RM-335 BB Troubleshooting Internal microphone troubleshooting Troubleshooting flow Page 3 –44 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 2 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 93

    RM-333; RM-334; RM-335 BB Troubleshooting Vibra troubleshooting Troubleshooting flow Issue 2 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 3 –45 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 94

    5. Open the Lights tab, check Ambient Light Sensor check box, click Read, cover the sensor and click Read again. When covered, Luminance reading should be less than after clicking Read without covering the sensor. Page 3 –46 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 2 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 95

    Connect reference phone to Phoenix and set the phone (e.g. on the table) so that the amount of ambient light seen by ALS is as stable as possible. Start Phoenix. Choose File→Scan Product. Issue 2 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 3 –47 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 96: Bluetooth And Fm Radio Troubleshooting

    Introduction to Bluetooth/FM radio troubleshooting Bluetooth/WLAN antenna The BT RF signal is routed from BTFMRDS2.1 through the WLAN module to the shared WLAN/BT antenna in the phone's C-cover. Page 3 –48 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 2 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 97

    Bluetooth on phone user detached component in FM connection or FM circuit interface, but unable to detect antenna circuit component local FM radio stations with Nokia headset inserted Issue 2 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 3 –49 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 98

    The self tests run from Phoenix software are used for fault diagnosis. If Phoenix software is not available the functional tests with phone accessories are sufficient to verify the functionality Bluetooth and FM radio receiver and transmitter. Page 3 –50 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 2 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 99

    4. Choose Testing → Bluetooth LOCALS . 5. Locate the BT-box serial number (12 digits) found in the type label on the back of the JBT-9, or SB-6 Bluetooth test box. Issue 2 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 3 –51 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 100

    6. In the • ST_LPRF_IF_TEST • ST_LPRF_AUDIO_LINES_TEST • ST_BT_WAKEUP_TEST • ST_RADIO_TEST 7. To run the tests, click Start. Phoenix Figure 21 Bluetooth and FM radio self tests in Page 3 –52 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 2 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 101: Bluetooth Troubleshooting

    RM-333; RM-334; RM-335 BB Troubleshooting Bluetooth troubleshooting Troubleshooting flow Issue 2 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 3 –53 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 102

    RM-333; RM-334; RM-335 BB Troubleshooting FM radio troubleshooting Troubleshooting flow Page 3 –54 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 2 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 103

    The GPS components are located on small 2nd PWB. Satellite signals are picked up by the phones GPS antenna in the C-cover. The signal is then routed through a filter before being processed by the GPS5350 receiver ASIC. Verify that the GPS voltage and clock signal levels are as in RM-333 GPS schematics. Issue 2 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 3 –55...

  • Page 104

    (approx -45dBm) because it is a leakage connection. Context Use the following to test GPS using Phoenix. Steps 1. Place phone to Flash Adaptor. 2. Start Phoenix service software. Page 3 –56 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 2 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 105

    Signal Generator should be adjusted so a reading of SNR 40 dB is achieved with the reference unit. A good starting point is to set up the signal generator to -45dBm. These checks are part of GPS failure troubleshooting (page 3–59). Issue 2 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 3 –57 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 106

    RM-333; RM-334; RM-335 BB Troubleshooting Figure 24 GPS Quick Test window Page 3 –58 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 2 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 107

    BT device. The WLAN SW is downloaded from the host engine when the WLAN is turned on over the dedicated SPI interface. BT and WLAN have their own 38,4MHz TCXO. Issue 2 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 3 –59 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 108

    WLAN acknowledges the data blocks and so the self test is a good way to confirm that the WLAN module is communicating with the Host. The result column will change to Passed after a few seconds if operating properly. Page 3 –60 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 2 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 109

    This test verifies that the WLAN to BTH co-existence interface signals are properly connected and there are no open circuit or shorts on the four interface signals. The co-existence interface comprises BTH Txconfig, BTH RF Active, BTH Priority, and BTH Frequency. Issue 2 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 3 –61 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 110

    1 Monitor the WLAN TX spectrum on a Spectrum analyser. (When making a radiated test ensure that other WLAN devices are not transmitting as these may be detected as well, confusing the result). A typical 11MBPS TX spectrum is shown in figure below. Page 3 –62 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 2 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 111

    11MBPS, 802.11b mode of operation. RX Tests Prerequisites Connect complete phone assembly with C-cover to a PC with Phoenix service software using a USB data cable. Issue 2 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 3 –63 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 112

    RF cable. Start Phoenix WLAN autotune window. Check the settings and verify your PC communicates with CMU200 via GPIB. Auto tuning procedure 1 Start tuning by pressing Tune. Page 3 –64 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 2 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 113

    RM-333; RM-334; RM-335 BB Troubleshooting Figure 26 WLAN auto tune settings Issue 2 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 3 –65 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 114

    RM-333; RM-334; RM-335 BB Troubleshooting Figure 27 WLAN auto tune results Page 3 –66 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 2 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 115

    Nokia Customer Care 4 — RF Troubleshooting Issue 2 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 4 –1 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 116

    RM-333; RM-334; RM-335 RF Troubleshooting (This page left intentionally blank.) Page 4 –2 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 2 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 117

    Figure 33 Phoenix WCDMA RX power measurement window ................ 4–12 Figure 34 Phoenix GSM RF controls window..................... 4–14 Figure 35 Antenna contacts and matching components ................4–18 Issue 2 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 4 –3 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 118

    RM-333; RM-334; RM-335 RF Troubleshooting (This page left intentionally blank.) Page 4 –4 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 2 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 119: General Rf Troubleshooting, Introduction To Rf Troubleshooting

    RF shielded environment, testing at frequencies of nearby base stations should be avoided. Level of repair The scope of this guideline is to verify functionality of the cellular RF block without removing RF shield. Issue 2 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 4 –5 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 120

    RM-333; RM-334; RM-335 RF Troubleshooting RF key components and test points Figure 28 RF key components Figure 29 RF test points Page 4 –6 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 2 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 121

    Self tests are recommended to be made when phone is in jig and 50 Ohm load is connected to RF connector. Otherwise powertests may fail depending on antenna load. Issue 2 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 4 –7 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 122

    RM-333; RM-334; RM-335 RF Troubleshooting Page 4 –8 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 2 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 123: Receiver Troubleshooting

    The reading should reflect the level of the signal generator (-losses) +/- 5 dB. When varying the level in the range -30 to -102 dBm the reading should then follow within +/-5 dB. Issue 2 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 4 –9 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 124

    WCDMA RX chain activation for manual measurement Steps 1. Via Phoenix Testing menu, choose WCDMA/RX Control. 2. In the RX control window, make the following settings: Page 4 –10 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 2 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 125

    Connect signal generator to RF connector and use appropriate frequency for each channel (2141MHz for channel 10700 WCDMA band I, WCDMA modulation). Steps 1. Set the following RF generator settings: Issue 2 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 4 –11 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 126

    Figure 33 Phoenix WCDMA RX power measurement window 4. Click Start to perform the measurement. Note: WCDMA RSSI measurement is accurate only with WCDMA modulated signal. Page 4 –12 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 2 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 127: Transmitter Troubleshooting

    50 Ω load to the RF connector (antenna, RF-measurement equipment or at least a 2 W dummy load); otherwise the GSM or WCDMA Power amplifier (PA) may be damaged. GSM transmitter troubleshooting Steps 1. Set the phone to local mode. Issue 2 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 4 –13 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 128

    Figure 34 Phoenix GSM RF controls window 3. Check the basic TX parameters (i.e. power, phase error, modulation and switching spectrum), using a communication analyser (for example CMU200). Page 4 –14 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 2 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 129

    RM-333; RM-334; RM-335 RF Troubleshooting 4. Change power level (RF controls) and make sure the power reading follows accordingly. Issue 2 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 4 –15 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 130: Wcdma Transmitter Troubleshooting

    If settings are changed (eg. new channel), you have to click RF Stop and Send again. 5. Check the basic TX parameters using a communication analyzer (for example CMU200). Page 4 –16 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 2 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 131

    In the main antenna there is one feed and two GND contacts. Check that GND and feed pads take proper contact to the C-clips on main PWB. Issue 2 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 4 –17 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 132

    There are four matching components on the antenna flex. Check visually that all components are properly soldered on the flex. In the case damage you need to replace the whole antenna. Figure 35 Antenna contacts and matching components Page 4 –18 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 2 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 133: Troubleshooting

    Nokia Customer Care 5 — Camera Module Troubleshooting Issue 2 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 5 –1 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 134

    RM-333; RM-334; RM-335 Camera Module Troubleshooting (This page left intentionally blank.) Page 5 –2 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 2 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 135

    5–14 Figure 50 Enlargement of a hot pixel........................ 5–15 Figure 51 Light from the flash has reflected on particles in front of the camera ........5–15 Issue 2 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 5 –3 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 136

    RM-333; RM-334; RM-335 Camera Module Troubleshooting (This page left intentionally blank.) Page 5 –4 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 2 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 137: Introduction To Camera Module Troubleshooting

    Variation of response between pixels with same level of input illumination. Resolution Usually the amount of pixels in the camera sensor. In some occasions the term resolution is used for describing the sharpness of the images. Issue 2 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 5 –5 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 138: The Effect Of Image Taking Conditions On Image Quality

    See the figure below for an example. This is normal; do not change the camera module. Page 5 –6 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 2 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 139

    This is also normal to camera operation; do not change the camera module. Issue 2 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 5 –7 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 140: Phone Display

    Flickering occurs also under high artificial illumination level. Flickering only occurs when the rolling shutter is used. This is normal behaviour; do not change the camera module. Page 5 –8 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 2 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 141

    Generally this kind of reflections are common in all optical systems. This is normal behaviour; do not change the camera module. Figure 42 A lens reflection effect caused by sunshine Issue 2 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 5 –9 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 142: Image Quality Analysis

    In addition, there are many other kinds of possibilities for bad image quality, but those are ruled out from the scope of this document since the probability of their appearance is small. Page 5 –10 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 2 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 143

    Any particles inside the cavity between the protection window and lens have most probably been trapped there in the assembly phase at a Nokia factory. Unauthorized disassembling of the product can also be the root of the problem. However, in most cases it should be possible to remove the particle(s) by using clean compressed air.

  • Page 144: Testing Camera Image Sharpness

    • If possible, compare the image to another image of the same scene, taken with a different device. Note that the reference device has to be a similar Nokia phone. There are several conditions in which AF operation is challenging for the camera module, i.e. failing from time to time.

  • Page 145

    A smeared fingerprint may be hard to see on the protective window but if will affect the image quality. These flares can be avoided by cleaning the window with a suitable cloth. Issue 2 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 5 –13 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 146

    When examining an image for defect pixels, test images should be viewed as 100% enlargements on a PC monitor. Page 5 –14 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 2 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 147

    • Dust reflections. Dust or water drops in front of the flash unit may reflect strongly to the camera sensor. See the following figure. Figure 51 Light from the flash has reflected on particles in front of the camera Issue 2 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 5 –15 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 148

    RM-333; RM-334; RM-335 Camera Module Troubleshooting Main (back) camera troubleshooting flowcharts Main camera troubleshooting Troubleshooting flow Page 5 –16 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 2 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 149

    RM-333; RM-334; RM-335 Camera Module Troubleshooting Main camera baseband troubleshooting Troubleshooting flow Issue 2 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 5 –17 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 150

    RM-333; RM-334; RM-335 Camera Module Troubleshooting Main camera baseband troubleshooting - powerings Troubleshooting flow Page 5 –18 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 2 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 151

    RM-333; RM-334; RM-335 Camera Module Troubleshooting No recognizable viewfinder image Troubleshooting flow Issue 2 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 5 –19 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 152

    RM-333; RM-334; RM-335 Camera Module Troubleshooting Bad image quality troubleshooting Troubleshooting flow Page 5 –20 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 2 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 153

    RM-333; RM-334; RM-335 Camera Module Troubleshooting Flash troubleshooting Context Note: Before checking flash functionality, make sure that the main camera is working ok. Troubleshooting flow Issue 2 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 5 –21 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 154

    RM-333; RM-334; RM-335 Camera Module Troubleshooting Secondary (front) camera troubleshooting flow Troubleshooting flow Page 5 –22 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 2 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 155

    RM-333; RM-334; RM-335 Camera Module Troubleshooting Accelerometer troubleshooting Troubleshooting flow Issue 2 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 5 –23 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 156

    RM-333; RM-334; RM-335 Camera Module Troubleshooting (This page left intentionally blank.) Page 5 –24 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 2 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 157

    Nokia Customer Care 6 — FMTx 2.1 Technical Description Issue 2 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 6 –1 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 158

    RM-333; RM-334; RM-335 FMTx 2.1 Technical Description (This page left intentionally blank.) Page 6 –2 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 2 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 159

    FMTx 2.1 Technical Description Table of Contents Glossary ...................................6–5 FMTx2.1 HW block..............................6–5 Device pin layout (Si4713-GM) and interfaces.....................6–7 List of Figures Figure 52 FMTx 2.1 system block diagram......................6–6 Issue 2 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 6 –3 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 160

    RM-333; RM-334; RM-335 FMTx 2.1 Technical Description (This page left intentionally blank.) Page 6 –4 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 2 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 161: Functional Description

    The FMTx 2.1 implementation is based on the Silicon Laboratories Si4713 low power FM transmitter device. This device has some state of the art features which have been utilised in the Nokia implementation. Apart from having excellent RF transmitter performance and exceptional AF performance the device offers a number of unique features, including the ability to retune the output stage of the device to ensure optimal matching between the Tx antenna and the output stage of the device.

  • Page 162: System Block Diagram

    On RM-333 the _SEN is pulled high by connecting it to VIO. RM-333 uses a loop antenna which is located in the removable C-cover of the device. The loop antenna also acts as the tuning inductor which is required by the Si4713 chip. The location of the antenna in the removable cover means that ESD protection is required to prevent damage to the Si4713 device.

  • Page 163

    I/O supply voltage. Supply voltage. Digital input data. Digital frame synchronisation. Right audio line input. Left audio line input. GPO3/DCLK General purpose output – Digital bit synchronous clock. Issue 2 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 6 –7 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 164

    FMTx 2.1 Technical Description Pin Number(s) Name Description GPO2/IRQ General purpose output – Interrupt request. GPO1 General purpose output. 12, GND PAD Ground. Connect to ground plane on PCB. Page 6 –8 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 2 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 165

    Nokia Customer Care 7 — FMTx 2.1 Troubleshooting Issue 2 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 7 –1 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 166

    RM-333; RM-334; RM-335 FMTx 2.1 Troubleshooting (This page left intentionally blank.) Page 7 –2 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 2 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 167

    Figure 56 FMTx panel before connection to the handset................7–13 Figure 57 FMTx panel after connection to the handset................... 7–13 Figure 58 FMTx panel in action .......................... 7–15 Issue 2 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 7 –3 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 168

    RM-333; RM-334; RM-335 FMTx 2.1 Troubleshooting (This page left intentionally blank.) Page 7 –4 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 2 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 169

    FMTx 2.1 component layout Figure 54 FMTx 2.1 Component References and Location The main component of the FMTx 2.1 solution is the Si4713 low power transmitter device (N6150). Issue 2 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 7 –5 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 170

    It’s possible that if GP01 and/or GPO2 are not at the correct state when the Si4713 device has power applied then the wrong bus mode could be selected and the handset would be unable to communicate with the device. For RM-333, the bus mode should be I2C. Page 7 –6...

  • Page 171

    If the _SEN signal is not correct (i.e. not selecting the correct I2C address), then this is also another possible reason why control of the FMTx 2.1 feature might not be possible. For RM-333 the I2C address used for FMTx 2.1 will be 0x63.

  • Page 172

    RM-333; RM-334; RM-335 FMTx 2.1 Troubleshooting FMTx2.1 troubleshooting Troubleshooting flow Page 7 –8 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 2 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 173

    RM-333; RM-334; RM-335 FMTx 2.1 Troubleshooting FMTx2.1 antenna visual inspection troubleshooting Troubleshooting flow Issue 2 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 7 –9 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 174

    RM-333; RM-334; RM-335 FMTx 2.1 Troubleshooting FMTx2.1 audio path visual inspection troubleshooting Troubleshooting flow Page 7 –10 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 2 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 175

    Phoenix) it is possible to monitor these pins and check that the DSP generated 1KHz tones can be seen at some point during the test. Check that the signals are clean and that no obvious distortion can be seen such Issue 2 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 7 –11 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 176

    Typical maximum swing of these tones will be ~636mV peak to peak. The maximum swing may vary between Nokia handsets but for the FMTx 2.1 implementation, the swing should not be greater than the aforementioned value.

  • Page 177

    Note: Unless this carrier signal is modulated with some audio (either via the music player or a DSP or Si4713 generated tone) then all that will be heard if an Issue 2 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 7 –13 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 178

    The antenna tuning value is a good indicator of the state of the antenna and the other components connected to the TXO pin. For RM-333 the tuning values should be in the range 0 –...

  • Page 179

    The table shows the truth table for the left and right audio self test. Table 8 Left and right audio self test truth table LEFT RIGHT ASQ Condition Comment SILENCE OPEN/SHORT SHORT Don’t Care Don’t Care Issue 2 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 7 –15 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 180

    This procedure follows the alignment that is done in the factory to ensure that the FMTx 2.1 solution is aligned to provide the correct Tx output power for the relevant legislations such as FCC and ETSI. Page 7 –16 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 2 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 181

    Nokia Customer Care 8 — System Module and User Interface Issue 2 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 8 –1 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 182

    RM-333; RM-334; RM-335 System Module and User Interface (This page left intentionally blank.) Page 8 –2 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 2 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 183

    Charger connector and charging interface connections & electrical characteristics ......8–29 Internal interfaces............................8–30 Back-up battery interface electrical characteristics..................8–30 RF technical description............................8–31 RF block diagram............................8–31 Issue 2 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 8 –3 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 184

    Figure 85 External earpiece and microphone audio circuit................8–28 Figure 86 Charger connector..........................8–29 Figure 87 RF block diagram RM-333 using RF ASIC N7500 ................8–31 Figure 88 RF block diagram RM-334 using RF ASIC N7500 ................8–32 Page 8 –4...

  • Page 185: Phone Description

    SIM card reader X2700 HS USB transceiver ISP1704 D3300 FM transmitter SI4713 N6150 TV out graphics engine S1D13771B D2480 Naviscroll driver QTC12C15 N2525 Accelerometer AHTI_A 3-AXIS N6501 Issue 2 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 8 –5 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 186: System Module Block Diagram

    RM-333; RM-334; RM-335 System Module and User Interface System module block diagram Figure 59 System module block diagram Page 8 –6 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 2 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 187: Energy Management, Battery And Charging, Backup Battery

    When the main battery is not attached EM ASIC (N2200) goes in backup mode using back-up battery that supplies voltage to RTC in EM ASIC (N2200). Issue 2 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 8 –7 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 188: Normal And Extreme Voltages

    Power down can be initiated by pressing the power key again (the system is powered down with the aid of SW). The power key is connected to EM ASIC N2200 (AVILMA) via PWRONX signal. The power key may be disabled in certain charging cases. Page 8 –8 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 2 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 189

    RM-333; RM-334; RM-335 System Module and User Interface Power distribution Figure 61 Power distribution Issue 2 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 8 –9 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 190

    System Module and User Interface Clocking scheme Figure 62 Clocking scheme HW 53 engine clocks RFCLK 38.4 MHz SleepClk 32.768kHz RFCLKEXT 38.4 MHz SYSCLK 19.2 MHz Page 8 –10 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 2 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 191

    ASIC via a buried track to an impedance matching circuit placed near the headset connector. The following block diagram shows how Bluetooth-FM is connected to the host engine. Issue 2 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 8 –11 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 192

    HW53 supports GPSCost4.0 release. GPS module is connected to cellular engine via I2C interface and GenIO control signals. GPS clock configuration includes dedicated GPS TCXO and reference clock from Ahneus. Figure 64 GPS module Page 8 –12 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 2 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 193

    ESD protection is done with USB ASIP Z3300. VBUS (+5V) is provided by the host device. The circuit is protected from an overvoltage condition by transistor pair V3300 and reference zenner diode V3301. Issue 2 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 8 –13 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 194

    Primary charging current level is up to 500 mA from USB Host and up to 1.25A from USB wall charger with external switch-mode USB Charger BQ24150. Page 8 –14 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 2 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 195: Sim Interface

    The EM ASIC SIM1 interface supports both 1.8 V and 3.0 V SIM cards. The SIM interface voltage is first 1.8 V when the SIM card is inserted, and if the card does not response to the ATR a 3 V interface voltage is used. Issue 2 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 8 –15 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 196

    DM-299 uses 64Mbit discrete SDRAM. The camera module includes 3MPix main camera, CIF+ secondary camera, Flash LED and TPS61052 LED driver which are connected to DM-299. Page 8 –16 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 2 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 197

    I2C bus. A block diagram of the UI module is shown below. For clarity, the filtering components are not shown. Issue 2 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 8 –17 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 198: Display Features, Display Interface

    As Falcon is self-emissive AM OLED display, no LED driver based backlighting is needed. An external DC-DC convertor TPS65136 is used for the display powering. Supply voltages for Falcon display: 1 VIO from the baseband SMPS (1.8V ) 2 VBAT from Battery(3.7V) Page 8 –18 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 2 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 199

    I/O Expander interrupt pin. Keyboard matrix 6x4 is connected to I/O expander. In addition, the I/O expander has general purpose IO’s. Camera accelerator RSTX and Regulator enable, TVout Accelarator reset and Regulator enable are connected to I/O expander GPIO’s. Issue 2 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 8 –19 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 200

    Lines COL0 COL1 COL2 COL3 KP-X0 ROW0 Vol Up KP-X1 ROW1 Vol Down Capture KP-X2 ROW2 half Capture KP-X3 ROW3 full KP-X4 ROW4 KP-X5 ROW5 Keylock Page 8 –20 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 2 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 201

    As ITU keyboard backlights are controlled by the Ambient Light Sensor (ALS) they are turned ON only in dark ambient light. RM-333 has a self-emissive AM OLED display, therefore it does not need LEDs for backlighting Issue 2 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 8 –21...

  • Page 202

    KeyInt was detected. After that, the interrupt lines change state from low to high. 2V8 voltage regulator located on the UI flex supplies power for the Naviscroll driver. Page 8 –22 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 2 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 203

    • 32.768kHz clock with external crystal • Real time clock with external backup battery • SIM card interface • Stereo audio codecs and amplifiers • A/D converter Issue 2 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 8 –23 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 204: Audio Concept

    Avilma provides an output for the dynamic vibra component. All wired audio accessories are connected to the AV accessory connector. A Bluetooth audio and FM radio module, which is connected to RAPIDOYAWE, supports Bluetooth audio and FM radio functionality. Page 8 –24 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 2 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 205: Internal Microphone, Internal Earpiece

    Internal earpiece is used for the HandPortable (HP) call mode. A dynamic 8x12 mm earpiece capsule is Connected to Avilma ASIC’s differential output EarP and EarN. Issue 2 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 8 –25 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 206

    Vibra is used for the vibra alarm function. The vibra motor is connected to the Avilma ASIC VibraP and VibraN Pulse Width Modulated (PWM) outputs. Figure 82 Vibra circuitry Page 8 –26 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 2 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 207

    • Control data (ECI) • TV-out with composite signal to 75ohm coax cable • Connects FM receiver to headphones, which serves as FM antenna Figure 83 Accessory (AV) connector Issue 2 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 8 –27 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 208

    System Module and User Interface Figure 84 Accessory (AV) connector with DAC33 and TPA6130 audio enhancements External earpiece and microphone Figure 85 External earpiece and microphone audio circuit Page 8 –28 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 2 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 209

    SIM card Ground SIMDATA In/Out EM ASIC N2200 SIM1DaC Data input / output Charger connector and charging interface connections & electrical characteristics Figure 86 Charger connector Issue 2 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 8 –29 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 210

    Sub-camera N1450 Main display connector X2450 Vibra M2110 Back-up battery interface electrical characteristics Table 13 Back-up battery electrical characteristics Description Parameter Unit Back-Up Vback Battery Voltage Page 8 –30 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 2 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 211: Rf Technical Description

    RM-333; RM-334; RM-335 System Module and User Interface RF technical description RF block diagram Figure 87 RF block diagram RM-333 using RF ASIC N7500 Issue 2 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 8 –31 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 212

    The transmitter functions are implemented in the RF ASIC. Even though the GSM and WCDMA signals are sent via different components, the principles of the transmission is the same. Page 8 –32 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 2 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 213

    RM-333; RM-334; RM-335 System Module and User Interface Frequency mappings GSM850 frequencies Issue 2 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 8 –33 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 214

    RM-333; RM-334; RM-335 System Module and User Interface EGSM900 frequencies Page 8 –34 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 2 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 215

    RM-333; RM-334; RM-335 System Module and User Interface GSM1800 frequencies Issue 2 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 8 –35 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 216

    RM-333; RM-334; RM-335 System Module and User Interface GSM1900 frequencies Page 8 –36 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 2 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 217

    RM-333; RM-334; RM-335 System Module and User Interface WCDMA 2100 Rx frequencies Issue 2 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 8 –37 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 218

    RM-333; RM-334; RM-335 System Module and User Interface WCDMA 2100 Tx frequencies Page 8 –38 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 2 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 219

    RM-333; RM-334; RM-335 System Module and User Interface WCDMA V (850) frequencies Issue 2 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 8 –39 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 220

    2965 3732 2741 888,2 3552,8 2966 933,2 3732,8 2742 888,4 3553,6 2967 933,4 3733,6 2743 888,6 3554,4 2968 933,6 3734,4 2744 888,8 3555,2 2969 933,8 3735,2 Page 8 –40 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 2 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 221

    3000 3760 2776 895,2 3580,8 3001 940,2 3760,8 2777 895,4 3581,6 3002 940,4 3761,6 2778 895,6 3582,4 3003 940,6 3762,4 2779 895,8 3583,2 3004 940,8 3763,2 Issue 2 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 8 –41 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 222

    3035 3788 2811 902,2 3608,8 3036 947,2 3788,8 2812 902,4 3609,6 3037 947,4 3789,6 2813 902,6 3610,4 3038 947,6 3790,4 2814 902,8 3611,2 3039 947,8 3791,2 Page 8 –42 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 2 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 223

    3070 3816 2846 909,2 3636,8 3071 954,2 3816,8 2847 909,4 3637,6 3072 954,4 3817,6 2848 909,6 3638,4 3073 954,6 3818,4 2849 909,8 3639,2 3074 954,8 3819,2 Issue 2 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 8 –43 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 224

    3647,2 3084 956,8 3827,2 2860 3648 3085 3828 2861 912,2 3648,8 3086 957,2 3828,8 2862 912,4 3649,6 3087 957,4 3829,6 2863 912,6 3650,4 3088 957,6 3830,4 Page 8 –44 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 2 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 225

    Nokia Customer Care 9 — Service information differences between RM-335 and RM-333 Issue 2 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 9 –1 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 226

    RM-333; RM-334; RM-335 Service information differences between RM-335 and RM-333 (This page left intentionally blank.) Page 9 –2 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 2 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 227

    List of Tables Table 14 Main RF characteristics...........................9–6 List of Figures Figure 89 View of RM-335............................9–5 Figure 90 USB charging components in RM-335 and RM-333................9–7 Figure 91 RM-335 RF key components .........................9–8 Figure 92 RM-335 RF block diagram ........................9–9 Issue 2 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 9 –3...

  • Page 228

    RM-333; RM-334; RM-335 Service information differences between RM-335 and RM-333 (This page left intentionally blank.) Page 9 –4 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 2 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 229: General Information, Sales Package

    General Information RM-335 Product data RM-335 is a 2G variant of the Nokia N85. The key product data differences between the RM-335 (2G) and RM-333 (3G) are described below. RM-335 is a GSM handportable phone, supporting GSM/ GPRS/ EGPRS 850/900/1800/1900. RM-335 does not support WCDMA or WLAN.

  • Page 230

    GSM850: 15 GSM900: 15 GSM1800: 16 GSM1900: 16 Number of EDGE Tx power levels GSM850 EDGE: 12 GSM900 EDGE: 12 GSM1800 EDGE: 14 GSM1900 EDGE: 14 Page 9 –6 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 2 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

  • Page 231

    RF Troubleshooting RM-335 RF block As RM-335 is a 2G variant of the RM-333/334, there are no WCDMA RF components in the RF block of the RM-335. For example, the following WCDMA RF components are not assembled in RM-335: • N7540 WCDMA PA •...

  • Page 232

    Figure 91 RM-335 RF key components Note: The attenuation values for the SA-154 RF coupler as well as the TX power level tuning targets are the same for the GSM bands in both RM-335 and RM-333. Page 9 –8 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 2 Copyright ©...

  • Page 233

    RM-333; RM-334; RM-335 Service information differences between RM-335 and RM-333 Figure 92 RM-335 RF block diagram Issue 2 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page 9 –9 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

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    RM-333; RM-334; RM-335 Service information differences between RM-335 and RM-333 (This page left intentionally blank.) Page 9 –10 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 2 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

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    Nokia Customer Care Glossary Issue 2 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page Glossary–1 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

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    Clock Timing Sleep and interrupt block of Tiku Continuous wave D/A-converter Digital-to-analogue converter Digital-to-analogue converter Digital Battery Interface DBus DSP controlled serial bus connected between UPP_WD2 and Helgo Issue 2 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page Glossary–3 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

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    High speed circuit switched data (data transmission connection faster than GSM) Hardware Input/Output IBAT Battery current Integrated circuit ICHAR Charger current Interface Integrated hands free IMEI International Mobile Equipment Identity Infrared Page Glossary–4 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 2 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

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    Phase locked loop (Phone) Permanent memory General Purpose IO (PIO), USARTS and Pulse Width Modulators PURX Power-up reset Printed Wiring Board Pulse width modulation RC-filter Resistance-Capacitance filter Radio Frequency Issue 2 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page Glossary–5 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

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    UPnP Universal Plug and Play Universal Phone Processor UPP_WD2 Communicator version of DCT4 system ASIC Universal Serial Bus VBAT Battery voltage VCHAR Charger voltage Voltage controlled oscillator Page Glossary–6 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Issue 2 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

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    Wideband code division multiple access Watchdog WLAN Wireless local area network XHTML Extensible hypertext markup language Zocus Current sensor (used to monitor the current flow to and from the battery) Issue 2 COMPANY CONFIDENTIAL Page Glossary–7 Copyright © 2008 Nokia. All rights reserved.

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This manual also for:

Rm-334, N85, L3, L4, Rm-335

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