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Recommended Tools:


USBJTAG NT:
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You Can Buy This Tool From: http://usbjtag.com/shopping/

If Your Too Cheap To Buy An USBJTAG NT Then You Can Buy A Flashcat. A Flashcat Is Okay For Flashing Modems But The NT Is The Ultimate Tool.
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FlashcatUSB:
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You Can Buy This Tool From: http://www.embeddedcomputers.net/products/FlashcatUSB/

Flashcat Is Okay For Flashing Modems But For Everything Else Buy An NT.
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3M Soic Test Clip:
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You Can Buy This Tool From: http://www.ebay.com/itm/3M-SOIC-SOP-16- ... 1c1aa9e421 (16 Way Test Clip)

Always Better To Own A Test Clip. Just Make Sure You Buy The Right Kind. Soldering Is Terrible In My Opinion.
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Jumper Cables:
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You Can Buy This Tool From: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B007MR ... 00_s00_i00

This Is For Non Standard Jtag Connectors.
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Pin Headers:
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You Can Buy This Tool From: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0064S ... 00_s00_i01

Buy A Long Strip And Just Simply Cut How Many Pins You Need.
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I Would Put Solder And A Soldering Iron On Here But I Hate Soldering.
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Post by moddog »

Why would you want to promote another tool on this forum?
Good better best
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Post by Tropical »

If People Are Too Cheap To Buy An NT, You Would Think That They Would Want Another Option.
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Post by CAPONE »

moddog wrote:Why would you want to promote another tool on this forum?
I agree totally RETARDED on OP's Part....
"If you give a man a fish you feed him for a day. If you teach a man to fish you feed him for a lifetime."
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Post by CAPONE »

Tropical wrote:If People Are Too Cheap To Buy An NT, You Would Think That They Would Want Another Option.
If they are too cheap then they can search for themselfs onther Crap tools. They don't need another Borderline R to do the work for them. Not to mention, This is the Wrong place for this THREAD......
"If you give a man a fish you feed him for a day. If you teach a man to fish you feed him for a lifetime."
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Post by Tropical »

CAPONE wrote:If they are too cheap then they can search for themselfs onther Crap tools. They don't need another Borderline R to do the work for them. Not to mention, This is the Wrong place for this THREAD......
Dude Calm Down. Man All Admins Are Assholes....On Sbhacker, Haxorware, And This Site. Like On The Other Thread About The Netgear Modem, You Edit My Post And Made It Completely Useless, When I Provided Useful/Helpful Info.
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Post by usbbdm »

Thread closed. I think people has the option to select the tool they want. NT is just one option. I try to improve NT as much as possible but if you just need on small tool to program one modem, some cheap option is not bad.
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