In this post, we will show you the direct connection of Nokia 7.1 ISP Pinout EMMC Ways, by using this pinout you can do EMMC Programming Flashing remove Nokia 7.1 user lock FRP reset. You can easily get the ISP Pinout EMMC connection of the Samsung Galaxy A10s A107F by following the full guide below along with images. By using the ISP Pinout, you can easily bypass FRP lock or reset user data on your device via UFi Box, AE-tool, or any other tool. Check out the below guide.
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What is Nokia 7.1 ISP Pinout?
ISP means “In-System Programming”.In-System Programming (ISP) allows communication to take place with a target chip without the need to remove it. The main advantage of this method is the possibility to communicate with a target chip eMMC or eMCP bypassing the CPU. It brings higher speed for data extraction compared with JTAG but it requires great soldering skills. ISP applied to forensics, is the practice of connecting to an eMMC or eMCP flash memory chip for the purpose of downloading a device’s complete memory contents.
Nokia 7.1 ISP Pinout Image EMMC Ways:
VCC – Voltage Supply for Core (3,3V)
VCCQ – Voltage Supply for I/O (1,8 – 3,3V)
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Nokia 7.1 ISP Pinout signal is as follows:
CLK: Clock signal for synchronization. Each cycle of this signal directs a one-bit transfer on the command and either one bit (1x) or a two bits transfer (2x) on all the data lines. The frequency may vary between zero and the maximum clock frequency
CMD: This signal is used to send the Host’s command and Device’s response.
Data0: These are bidirectional data channels. The DAT signals operate in push-pull mode. Only the Device or the host is driving these signals at a time. By default, after power-up or reset, only DAT0 is used for data transfer. A wider data bus can be configured for data transfer, using either DAT0-DAT3 or DAT0-DAT7, by the eMMC host controller. The eMMC Device includes internal pull-ups for data lines DAT1-DAT7. Immediately after entering the 4-bit mode, the Device disconnects the internal pull-ups of lines DAT1, DAT2, and DAT3. Correspondingly, immediately after entering the 8-bit mode, the Device disconnects the internal pull-ups of lines DAT1–DAT7.
GND: VSS is the Ground for Core & VSSQ is the Ground for I/O.
VCC: VCC is the Power Supply for Core.
VCCQ: VCCQ is the Power Supply for I/O.-Huawei
0.1mm Copper Wire
eMMc Flash Box (Easy JTAG Plus, Ufi Box, Medusa Pro, Etc)
How To Remove Nokia 7.1 FRP Lock Using UFI Dongle:
- Remove the back panel of the device and connect the wire to the ISP Pinout.
- Next, connect the correct ISP Pinout to the UFi Box
- Check “Direct eMMC (ISP)”
- Then Click on “Identify eMMc.
- Connect your Nokia 7.1 to the PC via a USB cable.
- Head over to the PC and open Device Manager.
- If your device is located there, run the UFi Box.
- Go to USERAREAPART
- Now Click on Special Task ► [Oppo] MasterClear ► Wipe Data Only
- Now Click on Special Task ► Clear FRP Lock