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Specifications ......................................... . ....... 1-1
[2]
Names of parts....................................... . ....... 1-2
[3]
Operation manual .................................. . ....... 1-3
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[2]
Test points.............................................. . ..... 2-44
[3]
Troubleshooting ..................................... . ..... 2-48
CHAPTER 3. DISASSEMBLY AND REASSEMBLY
[1]
Servicing Concerns................................ . ....... 3-1
[2]
Disassembly and reassembly ................ . ....... 3-4
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CONFIDENTIAL
SERVICE MANUAL
DIGITAL MOBILE PHONE
(INTERNAL MODEL NAME:
TQ-GX30E/G/R/T/S/H/EP/PP/W/B/D/A/Z/Q/L/F/C/K/U)
E :
For U.K.
R :
For Ireland
S :
For Spain
EP:
For U.K. (Prepaid)
W :
For Sweden
D :
For Greece
Z :
For New Zealand
L :
For Malta
C :
For Switzerland
U :
For Belgium
• In the interests of user-safety the set should be restored to its
original condition and only parts identical to those specified
should be used.
• Caution
Risk of explosion if battery is replaced by an incorrect type,
dispose of used batteries according to the instruction.
CONTENTS
[1]
Block diagram................................................ 4-1
CHAPTER 5. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM AND
[1]
Notes on schematic diagram......................... 5-1
[2]
Types of transistor and LED .......................... 5-1
[3]
Waveforms of circuit ...................................... 5-2
[4]
Wiring side of P.W.Board ............................. 5-5
[1]
Function table of IC ....................................... 6-1
[2]
Function table of Camera ............................ 6-27
[3]
Function table of Display ............................. 6-28
No. S5409TQGX30/B
GX30
MODEL
G :
For Germany
T :
For Italy
H :
For Netherlands
PP:
For Portugal (Prepaid)
B :
For Hungary
A :
For Australia
Q :
For Egypt
F :
For France
K :
For Austria
WIRING SIDE OF P.W.BOARD
This document has been published to be used
for after sales service only.
The contents are subject to change without notice.
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  • Page 1: Table Of Contents

    PERFORMANCE CHECK, AND Schematic diagram/ FIRMWARE UPGRADE Wiring side of P.W.Board ......5-5 SHARP Program Support Tool (SPST)..2-1 Test points............ 2-44 CHAPTER 6. OTHERS Troubleshooting ........... 2-48 Function table of IC ........6-1 Function table of Camera ......
  • Page 2: Servicing Concerns

    Market SERVICING CONCERNS 1. When requested, back-up user’s handset data using SPST (SHARP Program Support Tool). Otherwise, before servicing, warn the user that data in the memory may be lost during repairs. 2. Upgrade the firmware to the latest version using SPST before returning the handset to the customer.
  • Page 3: Chapter 1. General Description

    4,785,450 & 4,811,420. The Bluetooth word mark and logos are owned by the Bluetooth SIG, Inc. and any use of such marks by Sharp is Licensed under U.S. Patent 4,558,302 and foreign counter- under license. Other trademarks and trade names are parts.
  • Page 4: Names Of Parts

    GX30 CONFIDENTIAL [2] Names of parts 1. Earpiece 11.Camera Key: Starts the digital camera in stand-by mode. 2. Navigation Keys (Arrow Keys): 12.Keypad Moves cursor to select menu items, etc. 13.#/Flash light Key: Switches symbol screens. in this Press and hold this key to manual indicate these keys.
  • Page 5: Operation Manual

    CONFIDENTIAL GX30 [3] Operation manual (Page numbers refer to the user guide) [Optional Accessories] Spare Lithium-ion battery (XN-1BT30) High capacity Lithium-ion battery (XN-1BT31) Cigarette lighter charger (XN-1CL30) USB data cable (USB cable: XN-1DC30) AC charger (XN-1QC30, XN-1QC31, XN-1QC32) Personal handsfree kit (XN-1ER20) The above accessories may not be available in all regions.
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  • Page 9: Chapter 2. Adjustments, Performance Check, And Firmware Upgrade

    Market CHAPTER 2. ADJUSTMENTS, PERFORMANCE CHECK, AND FIRMWARE UPGRADE SPST (SHARP Program Support Tool) allows you to adjust settings, conduct performance checks, and upgrade the firmware. [1] SHARP Program Support Tool (SPST) 1. System requirements • IBM PC compatible personal computer (standard COM1 115,200 bps serial port and USB required)
  • Page 10 GX30 CONFIDENTIAL 2.3. Starting up Connect GX30 to an operable serial port of the PC with the supplied data cable. Make sure that the battery is fully charged. Start SPST from the desktop. 1. The Input password dialog box appears. Enter the password, select a port where GX30 is connected from the list box, and click “OK”. If you do not know SPC, click “Cancel”...
  • Page 11 CONFIDENTIAL GX30 5. When the password is correct, a connection is established and the following screen appears. Refer to the attachment 1 for the destination and operator name. Software version: A02-006-0184-GX30 Figure 4 Buttons Default Set Refer to “4.1. Default setting”. (see page 2-5) User Data Back-up Refer to “4.2.
  • Page 12 GX30 CONFIDENTIAL 3. Adjustments for GX30 1. Adjustments are required after replacing the following parts. ( Parts Temperature Temperature Main display External dis- White defect Black defect adjustment adjustment flicker play contrast correction correction (Camera) (Battery) adjustment adjustment TH101 TH701 Main display unit External display unit Camera unit...
  • Page 13 CONFIDENTIAL GX30 4. Functions 4.1. Default setting SPST can restore the factory settings. This function 1. Deletes all user data in the file system; 2. Restores all WAP settings to default; and 3. Restores the values set by the user to default; (MEP_LOCK settings and the destination and operator name do not change.) <Operation>...
  • Page 14 GX30 CONFIDENTIAL 6) After the handset is turned on, the initialization is complete. Figure 11 4.2. User data back-up SPST saves all the data stored on the handset. 1. Set the COM port on the SPST initial screen and click “User Data Back-up”. 2.
  • Page 15 CONFIDENTIAL GX30 4.3. User data restore SPST completely restores the backed up data. 1. Set the COM port on the SPST initial screen and click “User Data Restore”. 2. Specify the file name in the following dialog box and click “Save”. Figure 15 3.
  • Page 16 GX30 CONFIDENTIAL 4.4. Downloader 4.4.1 Introduction Downloader allows you to upgrade the firmware. 1) Required devices The following devices are required to rewrite MOT files using Communication Box. Conversion connector (16-pin → 10-pin) This conversion connector is required to connect GX30 with Communication Box since the cable connector of Communication Box has 16 pins. Figure 18 2) Connecting handset to a PC A) Using a cable for upgrading...
  • Page 17 CONFIDENTIAL GX30 4. The photo below shows the conversion connector connected to Communication Box Cable 1. Figure 21 5. Connect the other end of the conversion connector to handset. Figure 22 6. The photo below shows handset, Communication Box and a PC (all connected). Make sure handset and Communication Box Cable 1 are connected via the conversion connector.
  • Page 18 GX30 CONFIDENTIAL 4.4.2 Rewriting MOT files This section describes how to rewrite MOT files using the upgrading tool. 1) Activating Software 1. Double click the shortcut icon on your desktop or click “The GX30 Upgrading Tool” on the Start menu. Figure 24 2.
  • Page 19 CONFIDENTIAL GX30 2) Selecting options and COM port 1. Uncheck the check box when using a cable for upgrading. Leave it checked when using Communication Box. 2. To initialize user area, check the File System Initialize check box. (User data will be deleted and the handset status will return to the default.) 3.
  • Page 20 GX30 CONFIDENTIAL You can shorten time for the MOT file rewrite operation by selecting a smaller value for Wait Time. Example: Time to rewrite two MOT files at a time. At the default setting (8 seconds), rewrite time is approximately one hour. If the value is set to 1, the rewrite time will be reduced to approximately 30 minutes.
  • Page 21 CONFIDENTIAL GX30 3) Selecting a MOT file 1. Click the “Select File” button. The Open dialog box appears. Figure 31 [Open dialog box] 2. Click the “ ” button to open a desired folder. 3. A Motorola file (.mot) in the folder appears. Click a file to write in. 4.
  • Page 22 GX30 CONFIDENTIAL 4) Rewriting a MOT file Click the “Start Loading Flash” button to start rewriting. Figure 34 1. “Press Power Button” appears. <When using a cable for upgrading> Hold down the Power key. <When using the Communication Box> Turn on handsets from No.10 down to No.1 (turn on only the handsets you are using). Figure 35 2.
  • Page 23 CONFIDENTIAL GX30 3. The MOT file rewrite operation starts. <When using a cable for upgrading> When “Keep Pressing Power Button” disappears, release the Power key. <When using the Communication Box> Leave the handsets turned on. Figure 37 4. When the rewrite operation starts, handset display screen shows the software version and process of communications with the PC. Flash Loader 5.02 XXXXXXXCommand Figure 38...
  • Page 24 GX30 CONFIDENTIAL 5) Checking the value of SUM When the rewrite operation is completed, a confirmation message appears with SUM. Figure 39 SUM also appears on handset. <When using a cable for upgrading> After 8 seconds, SUM disappears. <When using Communication Box> When SET POWER SW is turned off, SUM disappears.
  • Page 25 CONFIDENTIAL GX30 6) After the operation Disconnect the cable for upgrading from handset. When using the Communication Box, turn off SET POWER SW and then disconnect the cable from handset. 7) Initializing only the file system Follow the instructions below to initialize only the file system. (User data will be deleted and the handset status will return to the default.) * Perform this procedure when the handset does not turn on.
  • Page 26 GX30 CONFIDENTIAL 4.4.3 Error message list Below is the list of error messages for the upgrading tool (on the PC side) and Loading loader (on the handset side). 1) Error messages for the upgrading tool (on the PC side) Message Descriptions/Instructions Select a file for Downloading or check the box of Initializing.
  • Page 27 CONFIDENTIAL GX30 4.5. RF calibration & check RF cable Stabilized power supply GSM tester Handset Test battery GPIB cable Data cable Figure 43 4.5.1 Preparation • Connect PC and GSM tester with a GPIB cable. • Connect PC and handset with a Data cable. (Use a test battery or one close.) •...
  • Page 28 GX30 CONFIDENTIAL 4.5.2 Default setting for the program. • Activate the program and set defaults. 1) Select the COM port. 2) Set the GPIB No. 3) Select the test instrument. 4) Set the GPIB address. 5) Set the "Cable Offset" values. For cables with connector QCNWK0138AFZZ/ QCNWK0136AFZZ, set the...
  • Page 29 CONFIDENTIAL GX30 4.5.3 RF calibration 1. Apply 4 V using a stabilized power supply and turn on the handset. 2. Start “RF calibration & check” on SPST and click “Calibration”. 3. When initialization is complete, click “OK”. Figure 45 4. Apply 4 V using a stabilized power supply and turn on the handset. After the handset enters Standby mode, lower the voltage to 3.7 V, click “OK”. Figure 46 5.
  • Page 30 GX30 CONFIDENTIAL 4.5.4 RF performance check 1. Apply 4 V using a stabilized power supply and turn on the handset. 2. Start “RF calibration & check” on SPST and click “Check”. 3. When initialization is complete, click “OK”. Figure 50 4.
  • Page 31 CONFIDENTIAL GX30 The following will be displayed in case of failure. See the attachment 2 for troubleshooting. Figure 54 7. Click “OK”. Figure 55 8. The initial screen returns. 2 – 23 Downloaded from www.Manualslib.com manuals search engine...
  • Page 32 GX30 CONFIDENTIAL Attachment 2 Band Send- Item to be inspected Chan- Whole inspection list by RF performance check. ing/ Recei Band Send- Item to be inspected Chan- ing/ Mod_spectrum +250 37CH PCL19 Recei Mod_spectrum +400 37CH PCL19 Mod_spectrum +600 37CH PCL19 Burst Power 37CH...
  • Page 33 CONFIDENTIAL GX30 Band Send- Item to be inspected Chan- Band Send- Item to be inspected Chan- ing/ ing/ Recei Recei Phase Error (RMS) 699CH PCL0 Switch_Spectrum +1200 699CH PCL0 Phase Error (RMS) 512CH PCL0 Switch_Spectrum +1800 699CH PCL0 Phase Error (RMS) 885CH PCL0 Switch_Spectrum –1800...
  • Page 34 GX30 CONFIDENTIAL Band Send- Item to be inspected Chan- Band Send- Item to be inspected Chan- ing/ ing/ Recei Recei Mod_spectrum –200 661CH PCL0 Switch_Spectrum –1800 810CH PCL0 Mod_spectrum +200 661CH PCL0 Switch_Spectrum –1200 810CH PCL0 Mod_spectrum +250 661CH PCL0 Switch_Spectrum –600 810CH PCL0...
  • Page 35 CONFIDENTIAL GX30 Band Send- Item to be inspected Chan- Band Send- Item to be inspected Chan- ing/ ing/ Recei Recei Mod_spectrum –200 128CH PCL7 Switch_Spectrum –1200 128CH PCL7 Mod_spectrum +200 128CH PCL7 Switch_Spectrum –600 128CH PCL7 Mod_spectrum +250 128CH PCL7 Switch_Spectrum –400 128CH PCL7...
  • Page 36 GX30 CONFIDENTIAL 4.6. RF test tool 4.6.1 Requirements For repairs, this test checks the condition of an electric board (especially the RF section). • PC with COM port • GX30 Data Cable • PWB repair jig • GSM Tester (CMU200) 4.6.2 Setup 1.
  • Page 37 CONFIDENTIAL GX30 GSM Tester Black (CMU 200) PWB repair jig Data Cable Figure 57 Connections Points Figure 58 Contact points 2 – 29 Downloaded from www.Manualslib.com manuals search engine...
  • Page 38 GX30 CONFIDENTIAL 2. Apply 4 V using a stabilized power supply and turn on the handset. Push Figure 59 Turning power on 3. Start RF test tool. 4. Select a COM port to which Data Cable is connected. (Figure 60) 5.
  • Page 39 CONFIDENTIAL GX30 4.6.3 Tests 1) BAND Select & Channel Select a band and a channel to test. Settings are applied to all tests. Input box Band selection Channel bar Figure 62 [Procedure] 1. Select a band. (GSM850, GSM900, DCS or PCS) 2.
  • Page 40 GX30 CONFIDENTIAL GX30 TX power Table (25°C, voltage: 3.7[V]) GSM850 Band GSM900 Band DCS/PCS Band GSM850 Tolerance GSM900 Tolerance DCS/PCS Tolerance [dBm] [dBm] [dBm] +/–2 dB +/–2 dB +/–2 dB +/–3 dB +/–3 dB +/–3 dB +/–3 dB +/–3 dB +/–3 dB +/–3 dB +/–3 dB...
  • Page 41 CONFIDENTIAL GX30 4) RSSI Measure The handset notifies you of input power value at the aerial connector. Measured power box Estimated Power Input box (Integer only) Measure button Figure 65 [Procedure] 1. Connect the handset and GSM tester (or Signal Generator) with RF cable. 2.
  • Page 42 GX30 CONFIDENTIAL 4.7. Password reset SPST resets the password (handset code is set to “0000”). <Operation> 1) Set the COM port on the SPST initial screen and click “User Password Reset”. Click “Yes” to reset. Click “No” to exit. Figure 66 2) When completed, the following appears.
  • Page 43 CONFIDENTIAL GX30 4.8. Performance check and adjustment With this function, SPST checks the performance of the handset and makes adjustments. <Operation> 1) Set the COM port on the SPST initial screen and click “Performance check and adjustment”. The following dialog box appears while processing. Figure 68 2) When completed, the following is displayed.
  • Page 44 GX30 CONFIDENTIAL 4.8.2 External back light check The external display back light turns on and the message appears on the PC. Check the back light and press “OK”. • If a failure occurs, see “10. Back Light does not turn on.” in [3] Troubleshooting. 4.8.3 Key back light check The keypad back light turns on and the message appears on the PC.
  • Page 45 CONFIDENTIAL GX30 4.8.9 Audio test The following appears. Figure 71 Select a test item from Audio device. Check the output sound from the receiver by speaking to the microphone, etc. Click “Back to test menu” to return to the previous screen. Trouble found by SPST Troubleshooting (based on [3] Troubleshooting) (1) &...
  • Page 46 GX30 CONFIDENTIAL 4.8.12 LCD test Check that the specified color appears on the main display. • If a failure occurs, see “12. The display does not appear on Main Display.” and “13. The display does not appear on External Display (in 65K color mode).“...
  • Page 47 CONFIDENTIAL GX30 4.8.15 External display contrast adjustment Click the “External display contrast adjustment” button. The following screen appears. DEN: 8-level gradation pattern (black & white pattern) Figure 76 Comparing with an adjusted handset, click “ ” or “ ” to adjust the value so that the same gradation pattern is displayed. Click “Save” and confirm the pattern on the external display.
  • Page 48 GX30 CONFIDENTIAL When an error occurs, the corresponding message appears. Solve the problem according to “Solution”. • Error 1 Error message: “There are too many white cracks.” Cause: The light is not sufficiently blocked. Solution: Block the light completely and perform white defect correction again. •...
  • Page 49 CONFIDENTIAL GX30 2. Check the distance from the fluorescent lamp by using an illuminance meter. In the proper position for black defect correction, illuminance is between 8,000 and 10,000 lux. Figure 81 3. Hold the handset in the proper position. Figure 82 4.
  • Page 50 GX30 CONFIDENTIAL 6. The result is displayed within a minute as follows. Figure 85 When an error occurs, the corresponding message appears. Solve the problem according to “Solution”. • Error 1 Error message: “There are too many black cracks.” Cause: The light is too weak or strong. Solution: At the proper distance from the light source (8,000 - 10,000 lux), perform black defect correction again.
  • Page 51 Connect GX30 and a PC with a USB cable. Check that GX30 is recognized as a device. If the USB driver for GX30 (SHARP GSM GPRS USB Driver) is not installed on the PC, “Found New Hardware” window appears and “Found New Hardware Wizard”...
  • Page 52: Test Points

    GX30 CONFIDENTIAL [2] Test points MAIN PWB-A ( FRONT SIDE ) Figure 89 TEST POINT TP No. Signal name TP No. Signal name TP701 TP722 RECIVER_OUTP TP702 TP723 Terminal for LCDC adhesion check 3 TP705 VCCD (2.5V) TP724 Terminal for LCDC adhesion check 4 TP706 Terminal for APPLICATION POWER adhesion check 1 TP727...
  • Page 53 CONFIDENTIAL GX30 MAIN PWB-A ( REAR SIDE ) TP718 Figure 90 TEST POINT TP No. Signal name TP No. Signal name TP703 TP704 2 – 45 Downloaded from www.Manualslib.com manuals search engine...
  • Page 54 GX30 CONFIDENTIAL KEY PWB-B ( FRONT SIDE ) TP536 TP526 TP535 TP524 TP523 TP103 TP152 TP151 TP515 TP150 TP149 TP118 TP125 TP108 Figure 91 TEST POINT TP No. Signal name TP No. Signal name TP103 USC [0] TP171 VCORE (1.8V) TP104 USC [1] TP172...
  • Page 55 CONFIDENTIAL GX30 KEY PWB-B ( REAR SIDE ) TP517 TP519 TP114 TP115 TP142 TP122 TP140 TP116 TP146 TP136 TP156 TP141 Figure 92 TEST POINT TP No. Signal name TP No. Signal name TP111 VVIB TP505 DGND TP112 DGND TP520 BATT TP501 BATT TP522...
  • Page 56: Troubleshooting

    GX30 CONFIDENTIAL [3] Troubleshooting Power is not turned on. See page 2-48 Voice transmission/recording is impossible. See page 2-50 No voice is heard from the earpiece. See page 2-52 Battery does not charge. See page 2-54 Vibrator does not work. See page 2-54 Clock Settings are reset.
  • Page 57 CONFIDENTIAL GX30 (From page 2-48) Is 3.6 V or more applied to BATT terminal (TP520)? Battery terminals are defective, connector terminal is dirty, or soldering is improper. Is the voltage 1.2 V or lower on SENSE terminal (TP506)? The battery is defective or set improperly. Is there conduction through fuse (FS501)? Fuse (FS501) is blown.
  • Page 58: Voice Transmission/Recording Is Impossible

    GX30 CONFIDENTIAL 2. Voice transmission/recording is impossible. Phone (Handset) Replace the microphone. The built-in microphone is defective or in a poor contact with Is the problem solved? the PWB. L101, L102, and C101 are defective. Is 1.2 - 2.1 V applied to both ends of C101? Is 1.2 - 2.1 V applied to TP119? Is 2.4 - 2.5 V applied to TP176? R125 is defective.
  • Page 59 CONFIDENTIAL GX30 Hands free kit (Headset) (The following procedure applies to both monaural and stereo headsets.) Replace the hands free kit. Hands free kit is defective. Is the signal sent? R104A, R112, and V101 are defective. Is 0.7 - 1.8 V applied to JK101 pin 2? Is 0.7 - 1.8 V applied to TP120? Is 2.4 - 2.5 V applied to TP176? R122 is defective.
  • Page 60: No Voice Is Heard From The Earpiece

    GX30 CONFIDENTIAL 3. No voice is heard from the earpiece. Phone (Handset) Is the signal sent to the contact terminal of the earpiece? The built-in earpiece is defective, or in a poor contact with TP734 or TP735. Is the signal sent to CN103 pins 17 and 18? The camera relay FPC, CN103, or CN701 is defective.
  • Page 61 The headset cannot be used. (It works as a monaural head- set.) Is the stereo headset the one specified by Sharp? Is the plug a 6 pole type with a ring? Is R-ch only the channel that does not send signals? Replace the hands free kit.
  • Page 62: Battery Does Not Charge

    GX30 CONFIDENTIAL 4. Battery does not charge. Set a battery of 3.8 - 3.9 V and connect the charger. CN701 and CN103 are connected improperly, and IC103 is defective. Is the mobile light turned on red? Does the waveform periodically change between “H” and “L” at R701? Set a battery of 4.0 - 4.2 V.
  • Page 63: Clock Settings Are Reset

    CONFIDENTIAL GX30 6. Clock Settings are reset. The holder is installed improperly. Is 2.5 V or more applied to TP168 with a battery in the hand- Is back-up battery holder properly installed to SD/SIM FPC? set? • The remaining power of back-up battery is insufficient. •...
  • Page 64: Mp3 Cannot Be Played

    GX30 CONFIDENTIAL 8. MP3 cannot be played. Speaker Not defective. Is Ringer Volume set to “Silent”? Cancel “Silent”. Is sound produced? Go to the section “Video/Voice Recorder playback is impossi- ble.” (see page 2-57) Is output of the video and voice recorder normal? Are keypad tones and ring tones normal? Go to the section “Speaker does not work.”...
  • Page 65: Video/Voice Recorder Playback Is Impossible

    CONFIDENTIAL GX30 9. Video/Voice Recorder playback is impossible. Speaker Are keypad tones and ring tones normal? Go to the section “Speaker does not work.” (see page 2-55) In Playback window, does playback start normally and the IC101 or IC106 is defective. capacity bar change? Not defective.
  • Page 66: Back Light Does Not Turn On

    GX30 CONFIDENTIAL 10. Back Light does not turn on. FS701 is mounted improperly, or the fuse is brown. Is VBAT voltage applied to C701? Is fuse (FS701) in good appearance, mounted properly, and is there conduction? C701, C703, and L701 are defective. External dis- play only.
  • Page 67: Out Of Range And Incoming/Outgoing Calls Are Impossible

    CONFIDENTIAL GX30 11. Out of range and incoming/outgoing calls are impossible. [Checkpoints in RF Test Tool] Is transmission possible using RF Test Tool? [Sender] Is voltage (applox. 2.9 V) supplied to pin 6 of IC804? IC804 is defective. Is IQ signal supplied to pins 23, 24, 25, and 26 of IC801? IC103, IC106, or PWB is defective.
  • Page 68: The Display Does Not Appear On Main Display

    GX30 CONFIDENTIAL 12. The display does not appear on Main Display. Is Main Display unit fully inserted to CN704? Improperly inserted to the connector. Clean the contact point of CN704 and insert the unit again. The contact point of the connector is dirty. Does the display appear? Replace Main Display.
  • Page 69: The Display Does Not Appear On External Display (In 65K Color Mode)

    CONFIDENTIAL GX30 13. The display does not appear on External Display (in 65K color mode). Does the display appear on Main Display? Go to the section “Power is not turned on.” (see page 2-48) Is External Display On/Off setting set to On? Go to the setting as follows and set it to On: Settings →...
  • Page 70: Pictures Cannot Be Taken

    GX30 CONFIDENTIAL 14. Pictures cannot be taken. Replace camera relay FPC. Does camera work? Camera relay FPC is defective. Is 2.5 V applied to TP705? Regulator IC701 or R705 is defective. Is 2.5 V applied to pin 23 of camera unit? CN701 is defective.
  • Page 71: Flash Light Does Not Work

    CONFIDENTIAL GX30 (From page 2-62) CN701 is defective. Camera relay FPC is broken. Is -8 V applied to pin 36 of camera unit? Are C740 and C726 good in appearance and mounted prop- erly? C740 and C726 are defective. Is signal properly sent from CAMCK (TP712)? IC704 is defective.
  • Page 72: Sim Card Is Not Recognized

    GX30 CONFIDENTIAL 16. SIM card is not recognized. Replace the SIM card. Is it recognized? SIM card is defective or not the one specified. Hereafter, check the signal waveform of each SIM when the power is turned on without a SIM card inserted. (SIM signal waveform appears for approx.
  • Page 73: Sd (Memory) Card Is Not Recognized

    CONFIDENTIAL GX30 17. SD (Memory) card is not recognized. Is the SD card checked for operation? Use an SD card that has been checked. Is the SD card recognized on PC, etc.? Is the card insertion detected? Is SD/SIM FPC properly inserted to CN104? Reinsert SD/SIM FPC, and try again.
  • Page 74: Irda (Infrared) Communication Is Not Possible

    GX30 CONFIDENTIAL 18. IrDA (Infrared) communication is not possible. Set the distance and angle within the specification for the IrDA Check in IrDA inspection mode. communication. Is 2.8 V supplied from Q104 pin 2? IC106 is defective. Is 2.8 V applied to UN101 pin 6? Q104 is defective or UN101 pin 6 is soldered improperly.
  • Page 75: Bluetooth Communication Is Impossible

    CONFIDENTIAL GX30 19. Bluetooth communication is impossible. A connection cannot be established via Bluetooth. Is 3 V supplied from IC505 pin 5? IC505 is defective. Is R514 (RESET signal side) always at “H”? IC106 is defective. Is waveform periodically sent from R516 (UARTTX signal IC506 is defective.
  • Page 76: Usb Connection Is Impossible

    GX30 CONFIDENTIAL 20. USB connection is impossible. Connect a properly working handset to the Data/USB cable Reinstall the driver and replace the USB cable to connect the that is not recognized. Is it recognized? handset. Is a communication with the handset established via SPST for IC106, IC502, and IC504 are defective.
  • Page 77: Servicing Concerns

    CONFIDENTIAL GX30 Phone GX30 Service Manual Service Manual Market CHAPTER 3. DISASSEMBLY AND REASSEMBLY [1] Servicing Concerns • MOUNT THE PWB 1. For disassembling Key PWB-B Shield Case, BB (Rear Side) 1. Please do not remove the board of base band section by pulling external interface connector, otherwise you will make damage to the board.
  • Page 78 GX30 CONFIDENTIAL Key PWB-B Standard position Camera Relay FPC (Rear Side) PWB-F Standard position Sheet, Aerial Cushion, Connector Shield Case end SIM Connector end [Sheet, Aerial] Standard [Cushion, Connector] position Standard position Sensor, Moisture Sheet, Section A-A Standard Hinge Cover position [Sheet, Hinge Cover] Front Cabinet,...
  • Page 79 CONFIDENTIAL GX30 Standard position Standard position Shield Case, Standard position Standard Spacer, position Infrared Port Section B-B Insulator, BB [Insulator, BB] Standard position Tape, Infrared Port Application range Standard position Camera FPC PWB-F Section A-A [Spacer, Infrared Port/Tape Infrared Port] Standard position Be careful to avoid contact of AN501 (Bluetooth aerial)
  • Page 80 GX30 CONFIDENTIAL [2] Disassembly and reassembly Back Cabinet (Key) • To reassemble, follow the reverse procedure. Assembly STEP REMOVAL PROCEDURE FIGURE Back Cabinet 1.Battery Cover..(A1)x1 (Key) Ass’y 2.Li-Ion Battery..(A2)x1 3.Screw Cover..(A3)x2 4.Screw....(A4)x4 5.Hook..... (A5)x4 6.Hook..... (A6)x1 (B1) x 1 SD Card Cover 1.Stoper....
  • Page 81 CONFIDENTIAL GX30 STEP REMOVAL PROCEDURE FIGURE (D1) x 5 SD/SIM FPC PWB-G/ Key PWB-B 1.Jack Cover BB Shield Case 2.Side Key 3.Hook..... (D1)x7 4.Solder....(D2)x1 5.Flat Cable..... (D3)x3 (D3) x 1 (D2) x 1 SD/SIM FPC 1.Hook..... (E1)x1 PWB-G 2.Hook..... (E2)x2 (D3) x 2 BB Shield...
  • Page 82 GX30 CONFIDENTIAL STEP REMOVAL PROCEDURE FIGURE Back Cabinet Open the handset Back Cabinet (Display) (Display) 1.Screw Cover..(G1)x3 2.Screw....(G2)x4 Close the handset 3.Hook..... (G3)x4 Front Cabinet 4.Hook..... (G4)x1 (Display) Main PWB-A Open the handset Unit 1.Hook..... (H1)x2 (G2) x 2 1.7 x 5 mm OPEN (G1) x 1...
  • Page 83 CONFIDENTIAL GX30 STEP REMOVAL PROCEDURE FIGURE External Display/ Main PWB-A 1.Socket....(I1)x1 (I3) x 3 External Display Holder 2.Solder....(I2)x3 Assembly 3.Hook..... (I3)x7 4.Flat Cable..... (I4)x3 Front Cabinet 1.Side Frame... (J1)x1 (I4) x 3 (Key)/ 2.Hinge....(J2)x2 Front Cabinet Main PWB-A (Display) (I2) x 2 (I2) x 1...
  • Page 84: Chapter 4. Diagrams

    GX30 CONFIDENTIAL Phone GX30 Service Manual Service Manual Market CHAPTER 4. DIAGRAMS [1] Block diagram [Main] RF I/F CLKON, GPO_1 (TXON), GPO_18 (SYNTHEN) IC103 VBAT GPO_9 (BS3), GPO_11(BS4) GPO_20 (SYNTHDATA) AD6535 GPO_16 (BS1) GPO_17(BS2) GPO_21 (SYNTHCLK) AFCDAC, PA ANALOG BASEBAND IP, INQP, CLKI BASEBAND SECTION...
  • Page 85 CONFIDENTIAL GX30 IC505 IC506 XC620930 UGNZ2 GPO_7 (Power_on/off) BLUETOOTH 3.0V MODULE GPIO_3(RTS), GPIO_4(CTS), GTDIO_B(RESET) THEN) GPIO_33(RXD), GPIO_34(TXD) RESET THDATA) GPIO_14(PCM_CLK), GPIO_15(PCM_DATAIN) THCLK) IC708 GPIO_16(PCM_SYNC), GPIO_17(PCM_DATAOUT) 3.0V TK11130C When JTAG=H, automaticaly GPO_18 X101 BOOTCTRL[1] 32kHz GPO_19 CLKIN CAMERA RELAY FPC AVDD BOOTCTRL[0] CRYSTAL GPIO_20...
  • Page 86 GX30 CONFIDENTIAL [RF] Rx LINE Tx LINE CONTROL LINE BS1 (D) (D): Digilal, (A): Analog BS2 (D) BS3 (D) BS4 (D) PA (A) VBAT TP802 Power TP801 TCXOEN (D) Supply VTCXO IC804 36,41,42 1,13,14,22,27,37,40,43,48 R5322N002B IP (A) IN (A) I&Q QP (A) QN (A) TCXOOUT (D)
  • Page 87 CONFIDENTIAL GX30 IC805 NL17SZ32XV5T2 LOGIC Tx VCO GSM850 824.2 to 848.8 MHz LOOP VBAT GSM900 880.2 to 914.8 MHz FILTER IC802 DCS1800 1710.2 to 1784.8 MHz 3,6,13 17 2 PCS1900 1850.2 to 1909.8 MHz PF08141B PA MODULE 1800 / 1900 850 / 900 4,5,8,9,10,11,14, 15,19,20,21,22,23...
  • Page 88: Notes On Schematic Diagram

    GX30 CONFIDENTIAL Phone GX30 Service Manual Service Manual Market CHAPTER 5. SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM AND WIRING SIDE OF P.W.BOARD [1] Notes on schematic diagram • The indicated voltage in each section is the one measured by Digi- tal Multimeter between such a section and the chassis with no sig- •...
  • Page 89: Waveforms Of Circuit

    CONFIDENTIAL GX30 [3] Waveforms of circuit RF Test Tool RF Test Tool Tx test Tx test Data pattern...TSC 5 GSM850, GSM900 Band C811 C870 (IC801 23Pin) (FL803 10Pin) C811 C871 (IC801 24Pin) (FL803 6Pin) C812 C872 (IC801 25Pin) (FL803 12Pin) C812 C874 (IC801 26Pin)
  • Page 90 GX30 CONFIDENTIAL RF Test Tool C833 13M-IN (CLKIN) (Stand-by) (IC106 142Pin) Rx test GSM900, DCS1800 Band C870 (FL803 10Pin) C871 (FL803 6Pin) C872 (FL803 12Pin) C874 (FL803 14Pin) R166 13M-OUT (CLKOUT) (Stand-by) (IC106 84Pin) RF Test Tool Rx test PCS1900 Band C870 (FL803 10Pin) C871...
  • Page 91 CONFIDENTIAL GX30 C760 VSYNC (Stand-by) L711 1Pin SUBFLM (Stand-by) TCXOEN IC804 1Pin (Stand-by) 5 – 4 Downloaded from www.Manualslib.com manuals search engine...
  • Page 92: Schematic Diagram/Wiring Side Of P.w.board

    GX30 CONFIDENTIAL [4] Schematic diagram/Wiring side of P.W.Board MAIN PWB-A CAMERA GROUND FPC PWB-D Battery VBAT TO KEY PWB-B (1/3) 5-19 (6-A) MAIN PWB-A RECEPTION SIGNAL (4-C) TRANSMISSION SIGNAL CAM_CTL SPEAKER SIGNAL TP736 R758 TP703 TP704 IC708 SP100 TK11130C SPEAKER REGULATOR (6-B) CN701...
  • Page 93 CONFIDENTIAL GX30 IC701 R116025B IC703 2.5V REGULATOR R116018B 1.8V REGULATOR 3.0V TP709 VINT TP705 Vout Vout R743 R756 R705 IC702 TK11131C REGULATOR 5-11 (5-F) CAM_3V_CTL ) : Not Mount Figure 2 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (2/22) 5 – 6 Downloaded from www.Manualslib.com manuals search engine...
  • Page 94 GX30 CONFIDENTIAL MAIN PWB-A DATA[13] BTRESET DATA[14] USB_C_CNT USB_C_CNT DATA[15] DATA[11] LIGHT1 LIGHT1 DATA[10] REFOUT VCORE TEMP VBAT VBAT VBAT CN701 LED702 GM56271A MOBILE LIGHT D702 MA2SD31 TP728 NOTES ON SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM can be found on page 5-1. Figure 3 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (3/22) 5 –...
  • Page 95 CONFIDENTIAL GX30 TP732 3.0V TP733 VINT C711 47P(CH) C712 47P(CH) C719 Q702 D702 MCH6413 56271A TRSW RSTB OBILE IC707 DATA SENSP BD6015 STRB SENSN POWER MANAGEMENT VPLUS2 TP737 TP734 TP729 TP735 LEDR TP730 LEDG TP731 BACK LIGHT FPC ERROUT LEDB TP710 PWB-C VPLUS11...
  • Page 96 GX30 CONFIDENTIAL MAIN PWB-A LCD001 EXTERNAL DISPLAY 1.8V R716 TP714 VLCD R723 VINT L749 FERRITE BEADS RESET_B R705A TP713 XOUT FL701 TP712 NA004 CAMCK IC704 VDDPLL LR38863 DISPLAY CONTROLLER VDDCORE VDDCORE VDDCORE VDDCORE VDDCORE VDDCORE 3.0V VDDCORE VINT VDDIO R717 VDDIO VDDIO VDDIO...
  • Page 97 CONFIDENTIAL GX30 CN703 IC706 TC7SZ08A LOGIC CN704 C770 T-COM T-COM TFT-COM L734 FERRITE COMC BEADS R740 COMC COMDC C784 VCOMH L735 FERRITE BEADS L736 FERRITE BEADS L733 FERRITE BEADS L714 60(100MHz) L715 60(100MHz) ) : Not Mount The number is waveform number shown in page 5-4. Figure 6 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (6/22) 5 –...
  • Page 98 GX30 CONFIDENTIAL MAIN PWB-A VDDIO VDDIO VDDIO VDDIO VDDIO SCANEN PLLDIV0 PLLDIV1 PLLDIV2 PLLGND P(CH) P(CH) CAM_3V_CTL 5-6 (7-C) TP711 NOTES ON SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM can be found on page 5-1. Figure 7 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (7/22) 5 – 11 Downloaded from www.Manualslib.com manuals search engine...
  • Page 99 CONFIDENTIAL GX30 L714 60(100MHz) L715 60(100MHz) R750 DCLK DCLK TP718 HSYNC HSYNC C758 C760 VSYNC VSYNC 10P(CH) 10P(CH) SE_DI/PORT7 TP719 SE_DO/PORT0 SCLK SE_CK/PORT1 SE_LD1/PORT2 RESET C774 R737 3.0V VINT EXCS_B0 EXCS_B1 C775 R738 R741 EXCS_B2 EXCS_B3 COM2 D710 D709 VCL AM 1SS405 RB521S30 VSS2...
  • Page 100 GX30 CONFIDENTIAL MAIN PWB-A (FRONT SIDE) TP722 TP721 TP734 TP735 EP100 EARPIECE TP715 TP723 TP732 TP733 TP716 TP724 TP707 TP710 TP706 TP711 TP714 TP720 TP712 TP717 TP737 TP713 TP731 TP705 TP729 TP730 TP736 TP709 TP728 TP727 TP702 TP738 TP701 FS702 FS701 R760 5-31 (6-A)
  • Page 101 CONFIDENTIAL GX30 MAIN PWB-A (REAR SIDE) C760 FL701 C739 C734 R750 R705A C711 R717 C737 C758 C712 L715 C791 L714 5-31 (3-A) FROM BACK LIGHT FPC IC704 PWB-C R744 C771 R745 IC706 C724 C770 L746 C787 C772 R747 R740 C725 TP708 C773 C784...
  • Page 102 GX30 CONFIDENTIAL KEY PWB-B (1/3) KEY PWB-B (1/3) RECEPTION SIGNAL TRANSMISSION SIGNAL SPEAKER SIGNAL KEYPADCOL[0-4],KEYPADROW[0-4],POWONKEY 5-23 (6-B) MODESEL3 MODESEL3 5-23 (4-G) R292 R294 USB_D+ USB_D+ 150K 120K 5-23 USB_D- 5.2V USB_D- (6-E) 5-23 CHGIN USB_DET USB_DET (6-E) USB_PU 5-23 (6-E) USB_PU USC[0] R293...
  • Page 103 CONFIDENTIAL GX30 C226 R278 0.047 C148 R142 0.047 C154 3.0V 220P VAPP R139 (CH) MO100 VBAT VINT VIBRATOR 2.85V VSIM C167 C168 C169 TP126 R135 5-22 SP1-1 SPOUT1 VREF TP127 (11-C) R136 SP2-1 SPOUT2 C171 R159 0.001 3.3K IC109 DATA[7] PLLC NJM2871F03 DATA[6]...
  • Page 104 GX30 CONFIDENTIAL KEY PWB-B (1/3) BATTYPE 5-23 (6-C) 5-25 (2-D) 5-25 (3-A) AFCDAC AFCDAC 5-25 (2-F) RECIVER_OUTP AFCDAC 5-22 C116A (11-B) RECIVER_OUTP L107 RECIVER_OUTN FERRITE C120A C132 BEADS 47P(CH) VINT Q107 RECIVER_OUTN Q106 EC4401 C EC4301 C L108 VBAT FERRITE 3.01V BEADS C120...
  • Page 105 CONFIDENTIAL GX30 USC[1] USC[2] R138 USC[3] USC[4] USC[5] USC[6] JTAGEN KEYON KEYOUT CRST TP164 C153 VABB VBACKSEL C158 2.85V VMEMSEL VSIM TP169 MC_CLK C159 MC_CMD 2.8V R153 VABB AFCDAC TP170 VMEM MC_DAT[0] VSIM C160 MC_DAT[1] 1.8V VMEM AIN3L VCORE TP171 MC_DAT[2] VMEM AIN3R...
  • Page 106 GX30 CONFIDENTIAL KEY PWB-B (1/3) 5-23 (5-B) 5-5 (3-A) FROM SD/SIM FPC PWB-G FROM CAMERA GROUND FPC PWB-D VBACK R156 3.0V VINT C194 3.0V VINT 3.0V 3.0V VINT VAPP V102 TP125 100P TP149 R249 R157 IC107 EW6671 TP150 HALL TP151 TP152 R182 C193...
  • Page 107 CONFIDENTIAL GX30 Q104 UN101 3.8V EMD6 INFRARED PORT VMEM 2.95V 2.83V SGND C196 2.83V LEDA 3.0V VINT C197 R185 R183 470K 3.0V VINT TP181 CN102 ADD[1] C227 VINT FL207 VINT R273 EMI FILTER FL104 DATA[15] NOISE FILTER DATA[12] DATA[10] DATA[7] DATA[4] R274 FL206...
  • Page 108 GX30 CONFIDENTIAL KEY PWB-B (1/3) 5 23 MODESEL2 USC[1] [RXD] [Modesel2 of Interface IC] GPIO_36 (5-G) VINT 3.0V TP157 USC[2] [TXD] [Typhoon Interrupt] GPIO_37 USC[3] R291 USC[3] [Sound IC Interrupt] GPIO_38 [Genie RX] 470K USB_PU USC[4] [RTS / Genie RX] [USB pullup control of Interface IC] GPIO_39 TP153...
  • Page 109 CONFIDENTIAL GX30 R226 BT_RESET BTRESET BUFOFF R225 5-24 (8-C) BUFOFF R224 LCD_RSP 3.0V LCDRSP /LCD_WAIT L223 VINT LCDWAIT FERRITE BEADS /LCD_RESET R222 LCDRESET L221 /LCD_INT LCDINT FERRITE R296 BEADS AGND 470K RECIVER_OUTN AGND R234 SCRAM1_/CS 5-17 RECEIVER- (2-B) RECEIVER+ R233 RECIVER_OUTP AGND AGND...
  • Page 110 GX30 CONFIDENTIAL KEY PWB-B (2/3) SD/SIM FPC PWB-G KEY PWB-B (2/3) BAT100 RECEPTION SIGNAL BACK-UP BATTERY TRANSMISSION SIGNAL SD CARD CONNECTOR SPEAKER SIGNAL SIM CARD CONNECTOR SW_Side_UP SW_Side_DOWN BUCK-UP BATTERY HOLDER CN104 5-19 (2 5-A) KEYPADROW[0] KEYPADCOL[1] KEYPADCOL[2] TP521 SW522 KEYPADCOL[0-4],KEYPADROW[0-4],POWONKEY TP522 POWONKEY...
  • Page 111 CONFIDENTIAL GX30 IC505 VINT XC620930 VBAT REGULATOR Vout TP514 R527 BT_POWER_ON 5-20 (9-G) IC506 UGNZ2 BLUETOOTH MODULE R543 BT_TXD UARTTX SPIMOSI R544 SPICLK BT_RXD UARTRX R545 SPIMISO 3.3K BT_PCMOUT SPICSB PCMOUT A B C D E F BT_PCMCLK PCMCLK 6 12 18 24 30 5-20 (9-G) BT_PCMSYNC PCMSYNC...
  • Page 112 GX30 CONFIDENTIAL KEY PWB-B (3/3) KEY PWB-B (3/3) RECEPTION SIGNAL 5-17 (2-B) TRANSMISSION SIGNAL BATT BATT 5-23 (6-C) IC804 R5322N002B TXOUT_ POWER SUPPLY TCXOEN 5-15 VOUT1 (2-G) C801 VOUT2 VBAT 5-23 (6-D) VTCXO TXOU 5-17 (2-A,B) FL904 MATCHING DEVICE C832 GSM850 270P(CH) QOUT/QIN...
  • Page 113 CONFIDENTIAL GX30 C861A R812 82P(CH) FL823 Pin2 Pin16 FERRITE BEADS HIGH HIGH HIGH HIGH C862 100P(CH) HIGH HIGH TXOUT_DCS/PCS C863 47P(CH) IC805 NL17SZ32XV5T2 LOGIC IC802 PF08141B PA MODULE 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 TXOUT_GSM This Parts is Supplied with Cabinet Parts C876 1P(CH)
  • Page 114 GX30 CONFIDENTIAL KEY PWB-B (FRONT SIDE) 5-31 (2-H) SOLDER FROM GROUND 5-31 (3-D) FPC PWB-E FROM CAMERA RELAY FPC PWB-F CN103 TP135 TP127 TP126 Q104 C196 TP183 TP170 TP182 TP184 TP113 TP514 TP181 LEFT RIGHT SOFT SOFT TP503 TP502 CENTRE END/ SEND POWER...
  • Page 115 CONFIDENTIAL GX30 KEY PWB-B (REAR SIDE) 5-31 (4-D) FROM CAMERA RELAY (103-11) 5-31 (2-E) FPC PWB-F AERIAL SOLDER FROM CAMERA UN101 INFRARED PORT GROUND FPC PWB-D CN503 CN102 R884 BLUETOOTH 30 34 C831A AERIAL TERMINAL J801 FL208 MO100 R135 C522 R110A FL207 R101...
  • Page 116 GX30 CONFIDENTIAL CAMERA RELAY FPC PWB-F CA1001 OD15 CAMERA UNIT OD14 OD13 OD12 OD11 OD10 CN102 5-20 (12-D F) NOTES ON SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM can be found on page 5-1. Figure 25 SCHEMATIC DIAGRAM (21/22) 5 – 29 Downloaded from www.Manualslib.com manuals search engine...
  • Page 117 CONFIDENTIAL GX30 5-20 (12-G,H) CN103 5-22 (12-A C) VBAT VBAT VBAT TEMP VCORE REFOUT DATA10 LIGHT1 DATA11 DATA15 USB_C_CNT DATA14 BTRESET DATA13 LCDRSP DATA12 BUFOFF DATA7 DATA6 DATA5 DATA4 VCCD DATA0 DATA1 DATA2 DATA3 CAMCLK LCDCLK +15V VDD6 DATA9 DATA8 /LCDWAIT /LCDRESET /LCDINT...
  • Page 118 GX30 CONFIDENTIAL 5-13 (3-G) BACK LIGHT FPC MAIN PWB-A CN701 (FRONT SIDE) PWB-C CN705 5-14 (8-B) TO MAIN PWB-A (REAR SIDE) CA1001 CAMERA UNIT 5-14 (12-G) SOLDER TO MAIN PWB-A 5-14 (9-G) (REAR SIDE) TO MAIN PWB-A (REAR SIDE) CAMERA RELAY FPC PWB-F SOLDER 5-14 (12-G)
  • Page 119 CONFIDENTIAL GX30 Conditions: SIM card inserted, power on (battery=3.7V), in stand-by mode (opened) Measuring instrument: Digital multimeter : Unmeasurable IC105 IC111 IC502 IC505 IC508 IC801 IC802 PIN NO. VOLTAGE PIN NO. VOLTAGE PIN NO. VOLTAGE PIN NO. VOLTAGE PIN NO. VOLTAGE PIN NO.
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  • Page 121: Chapter 6. Others

    CONFIDENTIAL GX30 Phone GX30 Service Manual Service Manual Market CHAPTER 6. OTHERS [1] Function table of IC IC101 (LRS1B27): 5-LEVEL STACK MEMORY Pin No. Terminal name Input/Output Description of terminal – Not used Input Address input (NOR Flash, Smartcombo RAM) Input Address input (NOR Flash, Smartcombo RAM, SRAM) Input...
  • Page 122 GX30 CONFIDENTIAL Pin No. Terminal name Input/Output Description of terminal VPP (F-VPP) Input/– Power voltage detect terminal (NOR Flash) When deleting/writing: VPP = VPPH When deleting/writing is prohibited: VPP < VPPLK Input Address input (NOR Flash, Smartcombo RAM) DQ11 Input/Output Data input/output (NOR Flash, Smartcombo RAM, SRAM) Command, Address, and Data input/output (Smartcombo Flash) SF/F/SC-VCC...
  • Page 123 CONFIDENTIAL GX30 (TOP VIEW) SF-RY/BY DQ15 S/SC-/WE DQ14 SF-/RE F-/WE F-RY/-BY SC2-CE2 DQ13 F/SF/SC-VCC /RST SC2-/CE1/NC DQ12 S/SC1-CE2 S-VCC F/SF/SC-VCC DQ11 SF/F/SC-VCC DQ10 SF-/WE SC1-/CE1 SF-/WP SF-/CE F-/CE S-/CE1 SF/F/SC-VCC A0~A17 128M (x16) bit F-RY/-BY A18~A20 NOR Flash memory F-/WE,/WP,/RST F-/CE SF-RY/BY SF-/WE,SF-/WP...
  • Page 124 GX30 CONFIDENTIAL IC103 (AD6535): ANALOG BASEBAND Pin No. Terminal name Input/Output Description of terminal Input Not used VCXOEN Input VCXO supply VBAT3 Input External interface regulator input VEXT Output Not used VCHG Input Charge supply GATEDRIVE Output Charge DAC (FET) output control ISENSE Input Charge current sense input...
  • Page 125 CONFIDENTIAL GX30 Pin No. Terminal name Input/Output Description of terminal AOUT3R Output Headset receiver audio R-channel output MCLK Input Master clock CSFS Input Control serial port framing signal AGND3 – Analog audio ground LIGHT1 Output Charge LED control ABBRESET Input Reset input DGND –...
  • Page 126 GX30 CONFIDENTIAL Pin No. Terminal name Input/Output Description of terminal AGND0 – Thermal ground for power supply AGND0 – Thermal ground for power supply AGND0 – Thermal ground for power supply AGND0 – Thermal ground for power supply AGND0 – Thermal ground for power supply AGND0 –...
  • Page 127 CONFIDENTIAL GX30 IC105 VHIYMU762C+-1L (YMU762C): SOUND Pin No. Terminal name Input/Output Description of terminal CLKI Input Clock input terminal Output External LED control terminal /IRQ Output Interrupt output terminal /RST Input Hardware reset input terminal – Not used PLLC – Built-in PLL capacitor terminal –...
  • Page 128 GX30 CONFIDENTIAL IC106 (AD6529B): DIGITAL BASEBAND Pin No. Terminal name Input/Output Description of terminal ASDO Output Audio serial port data output to analog BB BSDI Input Baseband serial port data input from analog BB BSOFS Output Baseband serial port output framing signal output to analog BB GPIO_48 Input Hook switch of hands free kit (earphone) detection...
  • Page 129 CONFIDENTIAL GX30 Pin No. Terminal name Input/Output Description of terminal MC_DAT[1] Input/Output SD interface data bus 1 – Ground VEXT Input System interface power supply 2.4 - 3.3 V (VINT) KEYPADCOL[0] Output KEYIN signal output 0 VEXT Input System interface power supply 2.4 - 3.3 V (VINT) GPIO_15 Input PCM data input for Bluetooth module...
  • Page 130 GX30 CONFIDENTIAL Pin No. Terminal name Input/Output Description of terminal VMEM Input Memory power supply 2.7 - 3.3 V (VMEM) – Ground Input Core power supply 1.7 - 1.9 V (VCORE) USC[6] Input USC pin (GPIO_31/Ginie_RX) Input Core power supply 1.7 - 1.9 V (VCORE) USC[2] Input USC pin (TXD)
  • Page 131 CONFIDENTIAL GX30 Pin No. Terminal name Input/Output Description of terminal NAUXCS1 Output Command latch enable for flash memory 2 GPIO_43 Output Chip select for Camera module VDDUSB Input USB power supply 2.8 - 3.3 V (VUSB) GPIO_23 Output SIM interface reset SIMDATAIO Input/Output SIM interface data input/output...
  • Page 132 GX30 CONFIDENTIAL IC109 VHINJ287130-1L (NJM2871F03): 3.0 V REGULATOR Pin No. Terminal name Input/Output Description of terminal CONT Input Control – Ground – Noise bypass VOUT Output Output Input Input VOUT Thermal Protection CONT Bandgap Reference IC111 VHIR116030B-1L (R1160N301B): REGULATOR IC703 VHIR116018B-1L (R116018B): 1.8 V REGULATOR Pin No.
  • Page 133 CONFIDENTIAL GX30 IC114 RH-IXA007AFZZL (HA1631S03CME): COMPARATOR Pin No. Terminal name Input/Output Description of terminal Input Input – Ground Input Input VOUT Output Output – Power supply VOUT IC115 VHIXC61CN27-1L (XC61CN27): REGULATOR Pin No. Terminal name Input/Output Description of terminal VOUT Output Output Input...
  • Page 134 GX30 CONFIDENTIAL IC502 VHIBU7870KN-1L (BU7870KN): USB CONTROLLER Pin No. Terminal name Input/Output Description of terminal MODESEL1 Input Operation mode switching 1 MODESEL2 Input Operation mode switching 2 UART_RXD Output UART_RXD output UART_TXD Input UART_TXD input CPUVDD – Digital power supply UART_RTS Input UART_RTS input...
  • Page 135 CONFIDENTIAL GX30 IC505 VHIXC620930-1L (XC620930): REGULATOR Pin No. Terminal name Input/Output Description of terminal Input Input – Ground Input ON/OFF Control – Not used VOUT Output Output In this unit, the terminal with asterisk mark (*) is (open) terminal which is not connected to the outside. ON/OFF Each ciruit Control...
  • Page 136 GX30 CONFIDENTIAL IC507 VHITC7SET00FU- (TC7SET00FU): LOGIC Pin No. Terminal name Input/Output Description of terminal Input Input B Input Input A – Ground OUT Y Output Output Y – Power supply OUT Y (TOP VIEW) IN B IN A IC508 VHI817A30NB-1R (817A30NB): 3.0 V REGULATOR Pin No.
  • Page 137 CONFIDENTIAL GX30 IC701 VHIR116025B-1L (R116025B): 2.5V REGULATOR Pin No. Terminal name Input/Output Description of terminal Input Input – Ground Input Chip enable Input High speed/low consumption selector switch VOUT Output Output VOUT VREF CURRENT LIMIT IC702 VHITK11131C-1R (TK11131C): REGULATOR Pin No. Terminal name Input/Output Description of terminal...
  • Page 138 GX30 CONFIDENTIAL IC704 (LR38863): DISPLAY CONTROLLER Pin No. Terminal name Input/Output Description of terminal DUMMY4 – Dummy 4 VDDPLL – PLL Power supply 1.8 V (1.6 V~ 2.0 V) PLLGND – PLL Ground PLLDIV0 Input PLL multiply switching signal PLLDIV1 Input PLL multiply switching signal HSD0...
  • Page 139 CONFIDENTIAL GX30 Pin No. Terminal name Input/Output Description of terminal SUBDB0 Input/Output Data bus for External display SUBDB2 Input/Output Data bus for External display HSD5 Input/Output Data bus for high-speed serial transfer Input/Output Data bus HSD4 Input/Output Data bus for high-speed serial transfer EXCS_B2 Input/Output Chip select output 2 (internal decode output) (Not used)
  • Page 140 GX30 CONFIDENTIAL Pin No. Terminal name Input/Output Description of terminal DB14 Input/Output Data bus DB15 Input/Output Data bus WAIT_B Output External wait signal (“Low” is active) SUBFLMIN Input Driver FLM signal input for External display SUBCKS Output Clock switching signal for External display Input/Output Address input for chip select decode BSPIXEL1...
  • Page 141 CONFIDENTIAL GX30 RESET_B Reset SE_LD2/PORT5 FULL Some MHz SE_LD3/PORT6 TEST Halt MasterClock (MCLK) ····· VRAM/HOST/HS/BS/ to 68 MHz Scan Some MHz to 33 MHz VDIF/VSPetc Ctrl PWM0/PORT3 LCDTimingClock (TCLK) PLLDIV[2:0] ····· TG/Pallet/LCD IF 5MHz~10MHz PWMLCD/PORT4 /CDE/BS SUBLCDTimingClock ····· SUB PWM1/PORT8 (STCK) XIN clock Clock LowSpeedClock (LCLK)
  • Page 142 GX30 CONFIDENTIAL IC707 RH-IXA021AFZZL (BD6015): POWER MANAGEMENT Terminal Input/Output Input ESD Diode Description of terminal Initial status name level Power side GND side – – – GND1 Dummy terminal (internally connected with T2) – LEDG Output – – GND1 Green LED drive output terminal (constant current LED off drive) GND1...
  • Page 143 CONFIDENTIAL GX30 :VPLUS11 :VBAT2 :GNDP :BLED :RSTB :CAMN :VNEG :SBD :GND2 :FLED :ERROUT :LEDCTL :VREF :IREF :FRP :DATA :CAMP :VPLUS12 :CLK :STRB :GND3 :CAPN2 :VPLUS2 :VIO :CAPP2 :CPIN :CAP3 :SENSN :SENSP :CAPN1 :CAPP1 :TRSW :LEDB :LEDR :TEST :WVOUT :LSO12 :LSO11 :VBAT1 :GND1 :LEDG...
  • Page 144 GX30 CONFIDENTIAL IC801 VHIHD155155-1L(HD155155NP): RF Pin No. Terminal name Input/Output Description of terminal VCCLNA Input VCC for LNA transistor and LNA Bias PCSGND – GND for Emitter of LNA transistor(PCS) PCSLNAI Input Positive input for LNA transistor(PCS) PCSLNAIB Input Negative input for LNA transistor(PCS) PCSDCSGND –...
  • Page 145 CONFIDENTIAL GX30 IC802 VHIPF08141B-1L(PF08141B): PA MODULE Pin No. Terminal name Input/Output Description of terminal Pin_GSM850/900 Input Input power from TXVCO (GSM850/900) Vband Input Band select voltage Vdd IC Input Input,Power supply – Ground – Ground Vdd1 Input Power supply Pout_GSM850/900 Output Output power (GSM850/900) –...
  • Page 146 GX30 CONFIDENTIAL IC804 VHIR5322N29-1L(R5322N002B): POWER SUPPLY Pin No. Terminal name Input/Output Description of terminal Input Chip Enable1 Input Power supply Input Chip Enable2 VOUT2 Output VCC for VRF – Ground VOUT1 Output VCC for VTCXO 6 VOUT 5 GND VOUT2 IC805 VHINL17SZ32-1L(NL17SZ32XV5T2): LOGIC Pin No.
  • Page 147: Function Table Of Camera

    CONFIDENTIAL GX30 [2] Function table of Camera CA1001 DKENDW108AFSN: CAMERA UNIT Pin No. Terminal name Input/Output Description of terminal Input Address signal Input Address signal Input Address signal Input Address signal Input Address signal OD15 Input/Output Data bus signal 15 OD14 Input/Output Data bus signal 14...
  • Page 148: Function Table Of Display

    GX30 CONFIDENTIAL [3] Function table of Display LCD1000 RLCUB0048AF03: MAIN DISPLAY Terminal Input/ Description of terminal name Output T-COM Input COM electric potential input for CS T-COM Input COM electric potential input for CS TFT-COM Input COM voltage input COMC Output COM signal output COMC...
  • Page 149 CONFIDENTIAL GX30 LCD001 RLCUB0049AFZZ : EXTERNAL DISPLAY Pin No. Terminal name Input/Output Description of terminal Notes – Display drive power supply terminal – – Display drive power supply terminal – – Display drive power supply terminal – – Display drive power supply terminal –...
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  • Page 151: Parts Guide

    " are important for maintaining the safety of the set. Be sure to replace these parts with specified ones for maintaining the safety and performance of the set. This document has been published to be used SHARP CORPORATION SHARP CORPORATION SHARP CORPORATION SHARP CORPORATION for after sales service only.
  • Page 152 GX30 CONFIDENTIAL PRICE PART PARTS CODE DESCRIPTION RANK MARK RANK [1] INTEGRATED CIRCUITS IC101 -------- This Parts is Supplied with Cabinet Parts 104 IC103 -------- This Parts is Supplied with Cabinet Parts 104 IC105 VHIYMU762C+-1L Sound,YMU762C IC106 -------- This Parts is Supplied with Cabinet Parts 104 IC107 VHIEW6671++-1R Hall,EW6671...
  • Page 153 CONFIDENTIAL GX30 PRICE PART PARTS CODE DESCRIPTION RANK MARK RANK [4] FILTERS FL101 RFILNA004AFZZN Noise Filter FL102 RFILNA004AFZZN Noise Filter FL103 RFILNA004AFZZN Noise Filter FL104 RFILNA004AFZZN Noise Filter FL701 RFILNA004AFZZN Noise Filter FL803 RFILRA006AFZZL RF Switch FL823 RFILN0020AFZZN Ferrite Beads FL901 RFILRA004AFZZL SAW Filter...
  • Page 154 GX30 CONFIDENTIAL PRICE PART PARTS CODE DESCRIPTION RANK MARK RANK [10] CAPACITORS C101 VCCCCZ1EH470JT 47 pF (CH),25V 0.1 µ F,10V C103 VCKYCZ1AB104KT C104 VCCCCZ1EH470JT 47 pF (CH),25V 0.1 µ F,10V C105 VCKYCZ1AB104KT 22 µ F,4V C107 VCSAPR0GJ226M- 10 µ F,6.3V C108 RC-KZ1315AFZZN 22 µ...
  • Page 155 CONFIDENTIAL GX30 PRICE PART PARTS CODE DESCRIPTION RANK MARK RANK [10] CAPACITORS 1 µ F,6.3V C214 VCKYCZ0JB105KT 0.1 µ F,10V C215 VCKYCZ1AB104KT C216 VCCCCZ1EH270JT 27 pF (CH),25V C217 VCCCCZ1EH120JT 12 pF (CH),25V C218 VCCCCZ1EH270JT 27 pF (CH),25V 0.1 µ F,10V C219 VCKYCZ1AB104KT 0.1 µ...
  • Page 156 GX30 CONFIDENTIAL PRICE PART PARTS CODE DESCRIPTION RANK MARK RANK [10] CAPACITORS 4.7 µ F,6.3V C770 RC-KZ1308AFZZT 1 µ F,16V C771 RC-KZ1317AFZZN 1 µ F,6.3V C772 VCKYCZ0JB105KT 1 µ F,16V C773 RC-KZ1317AFZZN 2.2 µ F,6.3V C774 VCKYCY0JB225KT 4.7 µ F,6.3V C775 RC-KZ1308AFZZT 1 µ...
  • Page 157 CONFIDENTIAL GX30 PRICE PART PARTS CODE DESCRIPTION RANK MARK RANK [11] RESISTORS R124 VRS-CZ1JB000JT 0 ohm,Jumper,0.5x1.0mm R125 VRS-CZ1JB222JT 2.2 kohms,1/16W R126 VRS-CZ1JB000JT 0 ohm,Jumper,0.5x1.0mm R127 VRS-CZ1JB474JT 470 kohms,1/16W R128 VRS-CZ1JB913JT 91 kohms,1/16W R129 VRS-CZ1JB222JT 2.2 kohms,1/16W R130 VRS-CZ1JB222JT 2.2 kohms,1/16W R131 VRS-CZ1JB271JT 270 ohms,1/16W...
  • Page 158 GX30 CONFIDENTIAL PRICE PART PARTS CODE DESCRIPTION RANK MARK RANK [11] RESISTORS R226 VRS-CZ1JB000JT 0 ohm,Jumper,0.5x1.0mm R227 VRS-CZ1JB000JT 0 ohm,Jumper,0.5x1.0mm R228 VRS-CZ1JB000JT 0 ohm,Jumper,0.5x1.0mm R231 VRS-CZ1JB000JT 0 ohm,Jumper,0.5x1.0mm R233 VRS-CZ1JB000JT 0 ohm,Jumper,0.5x1.0mm R234 VRS-CZ1JB000JT 0 ohm,Jumper,0.5x1.0mm R235 VRS-CZ1JB000JT 0 ohm,Jumper,0.5x1.0mm R237 VRS-CZ1JB000JT 0 ohm,Jumper,0.5x1.0mm...
  • Page 159 CONFIDENTIAL GX30 PRICE PART PARTS CODE DESCRIPTION RANK MARK RANK [11] RESISTORS R701 VRS-CZ1JB332JT 3.3 kohms,1/16W R703 VRS-CZ1JB103DT 10 kohm,1/16W R704 VRS-TV2ABR10JT 0.1 ohm,1/10W R704A VRS-CZ1JB000JT 0 ohm,Jumper,0.5x1.0mm R705 VRS-CZ1JB000JT 0 ohm,Jumper,0.5x1.0mm R705A VRS-CZ1JB000JT 0 ohm,Jumper,0.5x1.0mm R707 VRS-CZ1JB000JT 0 ohm,Jumper,0.5x1.0mm R708 VRS-CZ1JB124DT 120 kohms,1/16W...
  • Page 160 GX30 CONFIDENTIAL [13] CABINET PARTS 102-3 109x2 102-1 601x2 103-4 102-5 601x2 103-9 103-6 103-8 102-2 103-7x2 103-3 103-1 (SP100) 103-11 102-4 104-23 103-5 (LCD001) 103-2 104-6 103-10 104-17 104-1 (MO100) (PWB-A) (BAT100) 104-25 (PWB-G) 104-4 104-10 (CA1001) 104-20 104-20 104-18 104-14 (PWB-D)
  • Page 161 CONFIDENTIAL GX30 PRICE PART PARTS CODE DESCRIPTION RANK MARK RANK [13] CABINET PARTS DCABAW108AFSM Front Cabinet Assembly [K] DCABAW108AFSP Front Cabinet Assembly [U] DCABAW108AFS1 Front Cabinet Assembly(Except for [K, U]) 101- 1 -------- Front Cabinet (Display) (Not Replacement Item) 101- 2 GCABC7023AFSA Front Cabinet (Key) 101- 3...
  • Page 162 GX30 CONFIDENTIAL PRICE PART PARTS CODE DESCRIPTION RANK MARK RANK [13] CABINET PARTS GCOVA2569AFSA Screw Cover,Display (Large) GCOVAA039AFZZ Frame,Side GCOVD1119AFSU Screw Cover,Key GCOVH1358AFSA Cover,Jack (Hands Free) GCOVH1359AFSA Cover,External Connector JKNBPA002AFSA Lever,Close-up JKNBZ2371AFSA Button,10 Key JKNBZ2372AFSA Keys,Side LHLDZ1952AFSA Holder,Camera PCUSSA029AFZZ Cushion,Camera PSHEMA001AFZZ Sheet,Aerial PSLDCA002AFZZ...
  • Page 163 CONFIDENTIAL GX30 [14] ACCESSORIES/PACKING PARTS 24 ([EP] [H] [F] [C] 13, 14 ([T] Only), [K] [U] Only) 15, 16 ([B] Only), 17, 18, 19 9, 23 Handset 27 ([U] Only) 28 ([B] Only) 20 ([E] [B] [D] Only) AC Charger 26 ([G] Only) RADPAA001AF01 RADPAA002AF01...
  • Page 164 GX30 PRICE PART PARTS CODE DESCRIPTION RANK MARK RANK [14] ACCESSORIES/PACKING PARTS TCADHA018AFZZ Quick Start Guide [T] TCADHA019AFZZ Quick Start Guide [PP] TCADHA020AFZZ Quick Start Guide [H] TCADHA021AFZZ Quick Start Guide [B] TCADHA022AFZZ Quick Start Guide [W] TCADHA023AFZZ Quick Start Guide [D] TCADZ0263AFZZ Card,Free Service ( [T] Only) TCADZA006AFZZ...
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  • Page 166 CONFIDENTIAL GX30 © COPYRIGHT 2004 BY SHARP CORPORATION ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, or otherwise, without prior written permission of the publisher.