Are you trying to flash or remove FRP lock on Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ N975F mobile but getting a working solution? If yes that means you need to use Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ UFS ISP Pinout Because of this, your tools are showing errors during the stock firmware flashing, Remove Locks and FRP.
By using this pinout you can do UFS chip Programming Flashing remove Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ Ultra 5G user lock FRP reset, write UFS dump, MDM lock remove. here you will get the direct connection of Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ UFS ISP Pinout and its Ways,
You can easily get the UFS ISP Pinout connection of the Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ 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 EasyJTAG Plus Box, or any other tool. Check out the below guide.
What is Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ UFS 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 UFS 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 a UFS or eMCP flash memory chip for the purpose of downloading a device’s complete memory contents.
Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ Repair Dead boot, Flashing, remove FRP lock or any brand phone you need EasyJTAG Plus it is the only box in the market that supports the UFS chip. those boxes help some phones after flashing the wrong firmware not show booting on-screen. this you need those boxes for boot repair. some brands, not possible lock remove like a pin, pattern, password, FRP, and MDM lock this really supports for remove locks.
Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ UFS ISP Pinout Image
1: You need to take the rear case away from your phone. Next, unplug the motherboard from the existing battery, fingerprint sensor, and camera.
2: Unscrew the screws from the motherboard and take it out and put it in a safe place.
3: On your motherboard, locate the six eMMC pins. The pins are TxOp, TxOn, RxOp, RxOn. You will require to cut through the steel cover to reveal them.
4: Bring the UFI box and take the adapter out from it. You will see the exact same pins in the adapter I have mentioned in the previous step.
5: Solder the 4 pins: TxOp, TxOn, RxOp, RxOn with jumpers between the motherboard and the adapter. Left the VCC and VCCQ for the USB to power them out.
6: Put the adapter inside the UFI box. Connect the box to the computer.
7: Connect the motherboard to the phone’s battery. Then, put the USB cable on the phone and connect it to the computer.
It works with Easy Jtag socket BGA 254 UFS and USB cable
- Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ N975F with Good Charge Battery
- Easy Jtag box with adapter
- Micro USB Cable
- Computer or Laptop
Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ FRP Lock Using EasyJTAG Plus:
- Remove the back panel of the device and connect the wire to the UFS ISP Pinout.
- Next, connect the correct UFS ISP Pinout to the EasyJTAG Plus box
- Check the “UFS” tab
- Then Click on “Identify UFS Chip.
- Connect your Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ to the PC via a USB cable.
- Go to Preset Select Persistent
- Now Click on Erase LUN0 Data
What Is Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ UFS Chip?
Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ Universal Flash Storage (UFS) is an advanced, high performance interface designed for computing and mobile systems such as smartphones and tablets where power consumption needs to be minimal.
The major differences between eUFS/UFS Card over the older signaling architecture based eMMC/SD cards are its high speeds and low power serial interface with high reliability.
In light of the UFS’s high performance and reliability, Samsung has seen adoption in the mobile market. Samsung will continue to satisfy the growing storage needs of the industry by offering a variety of advanced UFS lineups, while more thoroughly addressing the ever-increasing demand for leading-edge memory solutions in other market segments, too.